There's a lot of really good thoughts thrown into them that are all worth consideration.
There's good stuff in there ... that many former recent GMs around the league have a lot of respect for Mike Tannenbaum, that the David Harris contract was probably a mistake too in retrospect, that the Jets have not prioritized getting a pass rusher ... there's tons of good stuff in all the articles.
I'm not about to propose a master solution that's going to fix all the problems, things are going to start working themselves out very soon anyway which would invalidate whatever I would write. Of course, the problem is that the Jets need to make some major changes and they are already stuck with their 2013 monies based on some poor past decisions. But what I will say is that Woody Johnson would be wise to strike the right balance of identifying and fixing the problem areas, and fixing them as best to his abilities. Woody talks all the time about wanting to win a Super Bowl and that's fine, but continuity with the competent people already in the building is going to HAVE TO be a key factor in doing so. That said, keeping people around who were in positions of great authority is going to be a very hard sell to anyone who was outside the organization and is looking to come to take the job ... it could be a career killer for them. Woody has done some of this "turn off candidates too early" stuff before (like he did with Cowher), let's see if he's learning from his mistakes ...