The exact course Jets owner Woody Johnson will send his franchise in the coming days isn’t known yet.
But one thing has become clear, there will be coaching changes.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that offensive coordinator Tony Sparano won’t be back next year, which isn’t much of a surprise to anyone.
The Jets are 30th in the league in offense, with their alleged attempts to use Tim Tebow a fantastic flop.
But Sparano might not be the extent of the changes.
Special teams coach Mike Westhoff is retiring and defensive coordinator Mike Pettine’s contract is up, setting the stage for significant changes regardless what Johnson decides to do with head coach Rex Ryan or general manager Mike Tannenbaum.