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.