It’s the first time I’ve ever been around extremely selfish individuals and I think maybe that’s the nature of the NFL. But there were people within our locker room that didn’t care whether we won or lost, as long as they got (theirs).
McElroy commented on the talent of the roster saying that:
There is no reason why we shouldn’t have made a Super Bowl run. People refused to buy in and I don’t know if those people are going to be here next year.
He explained that along with the selfishness, there was also a “corrupt mind-set” inside the locker room. His comments have not gone unnoticed as McElroy has been blasted for not keeping the issues within the Jets four walls like QB Mark Sanchez did when he was asked.
While Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan and General Manager Mike Tannenbaum have addressed the issue, they both agreed that the Jets lacked chemistry and that is something that will be worked on heading into next season.
As for the struggling Sanchez and Holmes, Tannenbaum has said they will remain on the team. This is contrary to what some analysts think should be done with some saying that Holmes should be gone and Sanchez put on notice for his starting job at quarterback.
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