The OL took a step backwards this year. The WRs are okay, if you forget about Holmes' social issues. The RBs are mediocre on a good day.
The QBs are probably the worst in the NFL, and there's no real cure in sight. Hoping a second or third round pick can develop into a starter in a year is essentially buying a lottery ticket. The FA market is really weak, too. And even if the market was strong, the Jets don't have any money to operate with this offseason.
Given the tenuous status of the head coach, the Jets OC job could be the least attractive opening this year.
The regime needs to change or you are just wasting another lottery pick...the Jets under Rex wanted a plug and play QB...unwisely they thought a high draft pick would enable them to set it and forget it with zero understanding of development/accountability/backup plan...if Rex stays...might as well draft all defense and hope to win games 7-6.
Agree with your point if Rex stays...least attractive OC on the market...basically you hope Rex had a strong relationship with Hue Jackson or Norv Turner and they agree to come to pad the resume.