For me, here is my breakdown:
Injuries-- 5%. I think Cromartie has filled in nicely for Revis and Kerley has played well in Holmes spot. No doubt the Jets miss them, but there are some things happening that it wouldn't matter if Revis or Holmes were there (Missing tackles, getting gashed in the run game, Sanchez INT's, no running game, poor o-line play).
Tannenbaum-- 20%. He has constructed a bad team, but of the 53 men on the roster, only like 5 are over 30. There is youth on this team. How many teams can say they have 3 QB's at 25 and younger? Which leads too...
Coaches (Rex included) 60%. The team has looked totally unprepared against San Francisco, Seattle, and Miami. And we have heard multiple opposing players say the Jets look like they "laid down" in the 4th quarter. That is unacceptable. Also, the coaches had 2weeks to prepare for Seattle and that is how they played today? The coaches don't know how to use Tebow, the defense is below average, special teams the past few weeks have been atrocious, etc, etc. I think a bunch of coaching changes would help.
Woody 15%. I know it seems high, but his ideas for running a team are all wrong. Tebow brought in did nothing but create distractions and was done for nothing more than PSL's and headlines. Also, Woody's comment about wanting a Mitt Romney victory over a Jets win doesn't set well with me either. If I was a player, I'd question how much I'd want to play for a team he owns. Seems too interested in headlines and selling PSL's than he does winning football games, and that is a bad combination.
PSD's Rich Cimini! Telling it like it is, whether you like it or not!!!