Jets: Take 'Em or Trash 'Em?
The New York Jets overachieved in 2013, winning more games than anyone expected, but a third straight season out of the playoffs likely means changes in the offseason.
The previous time they experienced a postseason drought this long was 1992 to 1997, when they missed under four coaches -- Bruce Coslet, Pete Carroll, Rich Kotite and Bill Parcells.
Rex Ryan has earned the right to return, doing a respectable job with marginal talent, but his new boss -- general manager John Idzik -- could bring in a new supporting cast.
What do you think? Here's your chance to have your say.
Cimini: Still a big question mark. Take.
Cimini: Divorce is best for both sides. Trash.
Cimini: Overrated, overpaid. It's over. Trash.
Cimini: Too soon to cut bait.
Cimini: Free agent. Best as No. 2 TE. Trash.
Cimini: Free agent. Bad knee, bad attitude. Trash.
Cimini: Useful player, not a star. Take.
Cimini: John Idzik's best veteran acquisition. Take.
Cimini: Not a great year, still solid. Take.
Cimini: Still the anchor of the line.
Cimini: Free agent. Depends on price. Take.
Cimini: Free agent. Earned long-term deal. Take.
Cimini: Nothing but a headache. Trash.
Cimini: Have to re-work $15M cap charge. Take.
Cimini: Gets a mulligan for rookie year.
Cimini: Free agent. Bad signing, Should retire.
Cimini: Steady, not spectacular.
Cimini: Could be trade bait.
Cimini: Nice bounce-back year. Take.
Cimini: Free agent. Only worth one-year. Trash.
Cimini: Making slow progress.
Cimini: Will continue to improve. Take.
Cimini: Due for long-term extension. Take.
Cimini: Unsung hero on defense. Take.
Cimini: Defensive Rookie of the Year?
Cimini: Good depth on D-line.
Cimini: A football player.
Cimini: Coming off major surgery. Trash.
Cimini: Free agent. Arguably team MVP. Take.
Cimini: Showed promise in first season. Take.
Cimini: Made the call on Rex. Take.
Cimini: Honeymoon over, time to rebuild the O. Take.
Cimini: Nice job with a roster in transition. Take.
Cimini: Give him some talent. Take.
- Reality Bites
- Victor Cruz expected to be back on the field this Sunday, but he'll be sidelined with a muscle pull for at least one more week.