7 Reasons the New York Jets Can Right the Ship Under Rex Ryan and Woody Johnson

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7 Reasons the New York Jets Can Right the Ship Under Rex Ryan and Woody Johnson
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After a disappointing 6-10 finish to the 2012 season, the New York Jets will look to get things straightened out next year. 

The Jets have cleaned house since losing 28-9 to the Buffalo Bills in the season finale.  As of Jan. 15, nine coaches and general manager Mike Tannenbaum have either been fired, hired by another team or retired.  

Team owner Woody Johnson chose to spare head coach Rex Ryan of unemployment on Black Monday and will look to start anew with Ryan, who will be entering his fifth year with the team.  

Despite plenty of negatives to take away from the season, there are still some positives that the team can build on in the coming year.  

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