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Link: Schein Looks at Hotseaters
Posted on July 3rd, 2008 by Bassett
Schein takes a look at who might be publicly perceived as “on the hot seat” this year and discusses Eric Mangini’s status with his management.
In 2006, he was “Man-genius,” expertly guiding the Jets on a stunning and unpredictable march to the playoffs in his first year in New York. In 2007, well, let’s just say he wasn’t “Man-genius” as the Jets slumped to an underachieving four-win season.
But Mangini is a good, solid football coach who has the respect of owner Woody Johnson and general manager Mike Tannenbaum. Now, the stakes are most certainly raised in New York with Tannenbaum spending Mr. Johnson’s money wisely and actively this offseason. However, unless there is a complete player revolt, Mangini won’t lose his job after three seasons, even if the Jets finish behind the Patriots and the Bills in the AFC East.
He’s right. Mangini kept the team believing in him and each other last year, the team should be improved in terms of record, but I’m not holding my breath to see them jump past the Patriots yet. All the same, we should start to see the marks of greatness in this team now, it’s been three offseasons and it’s Tangini’s team … it’s time to put the coaching and the talent together.
Last edited by KentuckyJet; 07-04-2008 at 06:20 AM.