Jets in need of dire straights change

The New York Jets need change, and they need it now.  —  Rex Ryan can talk as much as he wants about change, but it doesn’t mean jack if  his team can’t back his words up, right now the Jets are an abysmal 4-7.

The best thing he could, if anything at possible, would be to stop talking,  stop making excuses, and somehow, have his team win Football games, because this is the National Football League.

— The fans don’t what talk, they’ve heard Ryan promise the media that his team would win the Super-Bowl numerous teams before, it didn’t happen.

For   Jet’s  fans, getting high hopes is something they are used to, for Ryan that’s a problem.      It’s a problem when you can’t beat you’re conference rival who you have lost to four times in a row.        The New York Jets, now more than ever are in need of dire straights of change,  this too doesn’t have to  be announced by  Ryan, who really isn’t making things better for  the Jet’s fan-base.

— Real change happens when people see it with their own two eyes, not when someone speaks of it.   Those are two different things.      New York hasn’t been able to show it, and as long as Rex Ryan’s in town, he’ll give plenty to fill the Media’s note-book’s,  this however, doesn’t benefit much to the fans.

The fans of  the Jets don’t deserve  this, it’s not anymore fair than  what  Ryan has been feeding them this whole-time.      There has been just too much talk, and to little change,  if there’s  something the Jets can do to help themselves, or keep their season on life-support it should be winning.    — So far,  Ryan’s team has underachieved.   Time is running out in the Big Apple, and  changes have to be made.    — Don’t say it, just do it.

Thomas Brunt is the sports-editor for his high school paper: “The Hawk” as well as an inside sports-reporter for his school.   Follow his personal Twitter feed: @SPORTSDUDE350, email him: thesportsguy.brunt2@gmail.com

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Author: Thomas Brunt

TCC Student. Aspiring Leader. Christ Follower.

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