Woody Johnson has already stated that Ryan is here to stay (via PFT). So far, so good.
Rex has had his share of mistakes this season, but when you look at what he has done with this substandard roster, Ryan deserves a raise, not a pink slip.
A terrific defensive mind and master motivator, Ryan knows how to maximize the talent on his roster. We won seven games with Antonio Cromartie as the team's best player even though he was Chargers garbage just a few years ago.
It may be tempting to get rid of Ryan in favor of an offensive guru to fix the current state of the offense, but those who want change must be careful what they wish for. Coaches of Ryan's caliber do not come around very often, and the odds that his replacement would have won more games than him over his four-year tenure is slim.
As the saying goes, firing the coach is the easy part. Finding an upgrade is the hard part.
Ryan is one of the few bright spots of his organization. Quitting on him because of one losing season with a terrible roster would be a colossal mistake.