Tara Sullivan - The Record
[sny-box]This is not what general manager Mike Tannenbaum promised was coming when he made the swap with Denver to bring Tebow to New York. He sold us a football move and not a publicity one, but so far, the football has fallen flat.
“When you get an unexpected opportunity to add a player like Tim, you’ve got to take advantage of it,” Tannenbaum said after the trade, on a late-night conference call with reporters. “What we’ve become is a more diverse, dynamic offense.”
Halfway through the season, we have yet to see any on-field evidence of Tannenbaum’s claim.[/sny-box]
Steve Politi - Star-Ledger
[sny-box]This has to be it for Tannenbaum, right?
He can’t survive another season like this, not with the Jets showing no signs that 3-5 will become anything but 6-10 in a couple months. The GM might have built a team that reached back-to-back AFC title games in 2009 and 2010, but he’s also responsible for the paper thin roster now.[/sny-box]
Clifton Brown - Sporting News
[sny-box]They are floundering, their talent base looks thin and owner Woody Johnson loves coach Rex Ryan. If anyone has to be the fall guy, it could be Tannenbaum.[/sny-box]