For the third straight season, Rex Ryan failed to deliver on his Super Bowl promise. Ryan’s bumbling Jet team lost its third straight game (sixth on the road) to a resurgent Dolphin team, 19-17. Mark Sanchez threw three more interceptions and has clearly regressed. Offensive ‘captain’ Santonio Holmes was benched in the fourth quarter after having an argument with Sanchez in the huddle. When asked if Holmes wanted to return to the Jets next season, he refused to answer the question. Some ‘Captain’.

No Answers For Mark

Most Jet fan knew that their season was over after their loss to the Giants. The loss in Miami was all too fitting for an overzealous, classless  team led by the clueless Rex Ryan.

Going into the off-season, the Jets have a ton of free agent questions. On offense, LaDainian Tomlinson and Plaxico Burress are free agent and given their age, will probably not be back. On defense, Simone Pouha, Bryan Thomas, and Jim Leonhard are free agents. The Jets may have to make tough decisions with their pricey linebacking core—Bart Scott ($6.0 million) and Calvin Pace ($7.4 million) may not be back. In addition, the Jets need to find a safety and/or outside linebacker that can defend Rob Gronkowski. These are problems that the Jets can address in the following months.

For the third straight year, Rex Ryan failed to deliver on his Super Bowl promise and didn’t have any answers after today’s game. The Jets are a far cry from being a Super Bowl contender like Las Vegas thought they may be. Most of the best sports betting sites had the Jets installed at 8-1, 9-1 odds for a Super Bowl title this season. The Jets will need to deal with the scrutiny of another failed season.

As Rex will learn this off-season, the New York media isn’t so nice when you aren’t winning.