Forgive the title as I thought it would be funny to carry on the former coaches of the Jets that's already on this forum. Al Groh as we know is a former Parcells disciple, and he did work under Belichick for one season in Cleveland. He coached one season with the Jets in 2000 going 9-7 before resigning. Forgive me if this has been done before as I've only been a member for a few months now, but hypothetically what do we think Groh would have been as a head coach had he stayed? So a quick run of highlights for that season. - Parcells resigns and anoints Belichick as head coach blah blah blah we know the story. - Jets trade Keyshawn Johnson to the Bucs for two first round picks 13th John Abraham and 27th Anthony Becht. - Jets also have two other first round picks which are 12th Shaun Ellis and 18th Chad Pennington - "Monday Night Miracle" Jets win 40-37 in a comeback victory scoring 30 points in the 4th quarter - Jets lost their last 3 games at the end of the season needing only one of those wins to clinch a playoff spot I actually liked Groh as head coach and was surprised he left after one season. That Jets team although they didn't make the playoffs were a lot of fun to watch and played tough football. I think Groh personally would have done a decent job going forward and lead this team to a couple playoffs appearances. With that said I don't think he would have been a long term coach and probably gets canned at some point before the decade is over. Again, I'm obviously asking this question hypothetically just to gauge some of my fellow posters opinions judging off that one year.