A week after Black Monday, the New York Jets have finally fired offensive coordinator Tony Sparano.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Tuesday morning that the Jets informed Sparano of his dismissal Monday night.
Sparano lasted just one season after replacing Brian Schottenheimer at the position. The Jets finished near the bottom of the NFL in most offensive categories, including 30th in passing yards (180.7/game), 12th in rushing (118.5), 30th in total yards (299.2) and 28th in points (17.6).
New York now has open coordinator positions on offense, defense and special teams. While a new general manager will likely need to be hired before each coordinator is selected, the Jets are currently gathering a list of candidates to fill the open positions.
In the following slides, we rank the potential candidates New York could look toward to fill the vacant offensive coordinator position.