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Should Anyone on the New York Jets Keep Their Jobs?

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The easy answer, of course, is no. This whole team is rotten to the core, from the coaching staff down to the front office. As we have said repeatedly, the New York Jets should clean house from top to bottom. However, it's difficult to say with certainty that's the case, as we often don't know what the lower ranking coaches and front office personnel are really doing. We don't know what is whose responsibility.

However, my instinct still says it's time to get rid of everyone. The whole organization needs a culture change, and it's hard to do that with individuals from the previous regime staying in power. I would like to keep DL Coach Karl Dunbar. I wouldn't be upset to see RB Coach Anthony Lynn stay as well. However, I also wouldn't want to force any position coach on a new head coach, so if they would like to clear house, I'm onboard with that as well.

What do you think? Should anyone be safe from the (hopefully) coming purge?