• Jets boss Woody: 'I didn't sign up for a 3-6 season'

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Nov 15, 2012
    “I didn’t sign up for a 3-6 season,” Johnson said during practice. When we’re 3-6, you have to look at everybody,” he said. Jets owner Woody Johnson said seeing his Jets at 3-6 has been a “miserable experience” for everyone involved, Conor Orr of the Newark Star-Ledger reports. That’s why I got into football to begin with to win games. . . . That’s what my passion is. That’s what I want to do. The staggering Jets have lost five of their last six games to drop to 3-6, and a loss Sunday could have the organization considering an overhaul before Thanksgiving arrives. We eliminate them, we’ll do well.” New York Jets owner Woody Johnson declined Thursday to give a vote of confidence to coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum, saying it's not his policy to give evaluations during the season, but he left no doubt that he's bitterly disappointed. Even the practice field did not provide a safe haven for the Jets. The beleaguered team has endured a circuslike atmosphere since it acquired Tim Tebow from the Denver Broncos and unwittingly created a quarterback controversy, which has only grown as Mark Sanchez’s struggles have mirrored those of his supporting cast.
    • No Votes of Confidence From Jets Owner

      Woody Johnson said he was not happy with the Jets' performance this season, and refused to evaluate the performances of Mark Sanchez, Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum.
      Source: nytimes.com

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