Seriously? LOL! Zach's first season the OL never played one down together in preseason, and then he got hurt 5 games into it - all of which MLF was trying to run the "O" from the sideline, and after which he moved up to the booth. And oh yeah, Zach lost his QB mentor tragically before the P.S. even ended. When he returned they made it clear that he was no longer going to be allowed to go off script, and that he would learn to play in the pocket - IOW, learning LaFleur's "proven" offense, was more important than "adjusting that offense to Zach's strengths". Then this year he gets hurt before he plays in the P.S.. By the time he returns the OL began to play better than Year 1, but then the injuries to OL and Breece and Cory Davis begin happening. Meanwhile, the Jets had decided they didn't want Zach to have any other voices in his ear except the "proven" QB Whisperers already on staff, guys who had never developed a pro QB (and quite possibly ANY QB) in their career. And yes, they continued to insist that MLF's "proven" offense was more important than adjusting it to Zach's strengths. So tell me again, how Zach got all this support and development that you expect Mike White to now get (if he stays with the team). SMH. Zach - like so many Jets QBs in the past - was mishandled. If I were Woody, I'd fire the entire "O" staff, and I'd put Douglas and Saleh on notice that they'd better make fixing Zach a priority if they want to keep their jobs.