What's become abundantly clear is that the Jets have no semblance of an organizational plan regarding this new GM, and are going to hire "a" guy and hope that he fits. They don't know if they want a cap guy, a personnel guy, a Canadian, a retread, or a kid GM. They've done no self-assessment of their current staff and are keeping their fingers crossed that whoever comes in will magically pull all these disparate parts together to form a cohesive front office. They need to sit down and identify what they want their front office to do, exactly, and then go find THE guy that can get them there. Instead, like everything under Rex Ryan, they're going to plug somebody into a position and then act shocked when it doesn't work.
WE'RE LOOKING UNDER EVERY ROCK, TOM