Mike Tannenbaum's hits and misses
Mike Tannenbaum has had his fair share of both successes and failures as GM of the Jets. Bob Glauber looks at which decisions rank among his best -- and which rank among his worst.
HIT: Drafting Darrelle Revis in 2007
Revis was the NFL's best cover corner before being injured this season.
MISS: Drafting Vernon Gholston in 2008
Gholston was one of the NFL's all-time draft busts.
HIT: Drafting D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Nick Mangold in 2006
They continue to be mainstays of the offensive line.
MISS: Trading for Tim Tebow in March
The Jets never figured out a way to use him. He's gone in 2013.
HIT: Trading for Braylon Edwards and Santonio Holmes in 2010
Both receivers keyed the offense during the Jets' AFC Championship Game run.
MISS: Signing Mark Sanchez to a contract extension in March
That's $8.25 million guaranteed next season for a potential backup.
HIT: Drafting Muhammad Wilkerson in 2010
Wilkerson is emerging into an excellent defensive end.
MISS: Drafting Vlad Ducasse in the second round in 2010
The second-round pick hasn't panned out.
HIT: Trading for Thomas Jones in 2007
Jones was a savvy veteran presence and locker room leader.
MISS: Failing to get adequate receiver depth in 2012
Injuries to Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill helped doom the passing game.