JN might be as bad at picking Captains as Rex Ryan is.
There's only so much a captain can do when the owner and builder of the ship leaves him so little to work with.
Some of us aren't so foolish to simply ignore the failures all around us, and think by doing so will magically fix everything. I'm sorry if the fact that some of us want to actually work
for success is something you can't handle. If all you want to do is embrace failure, you go right ahead and do that. In the meantime, I'll continue to fight to keep striving for the best and not accepting mediocrity as some sort of accomplishment.
You may be the Herm Edwards to EDV's Chad Pennington, and so the odds may be stocked against me, but I'll be damned if I'll let that dilute my expectations to the point where I accept mediocrity as excellence, as you two have convinced so many around here to do. A strong captain knows that the best decisions won't always be the most popular ones, but they won't let that stop them. Say what you want now, but I can assure you, down the road you'll come to realize I was right all along. Whether you'll be man enough to be able to admit it is up to you.