Once again we see the exhorbitant investment in Sanchez negatively affecting football decisions. If I were a veteran on the Jets I'd be outraged by the fact that Woody and Ryan seem to be oblivious to hard decisions re: football operations and giving the Jets the best chance to win a game (and thus try to position themselves for a playoff slot) vs. the cynical approach of protecting and capitlizing on their investment in Sanchez. This is a confluence of a penny-pinching owner and a first-year coach who has not yet matured into being a real head coach and is making decisions as if he was still a defensive coordinator. I'm not saying that we should be expecting a genuine contending team this year but ....... the Jets have a shot at the playoffs which would be a good thing for the development of the team as a whole. I think Ryan is unduly influenced by Woody and Tannenbaum who continue to wield way too much influence on football decisions and, unfortunately, they usually emanate from their short-term goals of earning profits (even at the expense of what is good for the ongoing success of the franchise).