Agree with this. It's fairly common practice to let a HC pick his own staff, while the team retains the current assistants until he decides what he wants to do. There are plenty of times that new HCs will opt to keep a position coach who is already in place for a successful unit of the team. Now granted, I'm not sure how many people on the Jets coaching staff would really qualify as such, but no reason not to let the new HC make that decision. Just as long as you don't force the new HC to retain anyone, there's no downside to keeping those guys around a couple of extra weeks. If anything, it basically just gives the new HC right of first refusal with those guys.
It doesn't really matter who it is, it's still funny to see how oblivious he is to the fact that ignoring nearly all of the thousands upon thousands of threads on this board at any and all times, yet clearly lurking around just so he can come running to throw a tantrum every time there's a reference to JI, does far more to prove his weird obsessive inferiority complex with this place than the other way around.
That's pretty much it right there. He's actually not nearly as bad as many around here would have you believe, but certainly not what you hoped for from a first round pick and not in the least bit a playmaker. He's a solid, albeit completely unspectacular, nickel CB. He'll get picked up by another team in FA this year, but not to be anyone's starter.