Yep, so I get why some fans wanted the Jets to do a similar thing this off-season. As you said, it was the last fun season we have had as fans. 2016? Terrible. 2017? Terrible. 2018? Terrible. 2019? Terrible. 2020? The worst. Joe Douglas is building the team the right way though. Through the draft. In the trenches. He would rather go (7-9) or (8-8) in 2021 building with his own guys, than go (10-6) with a bunch of vets and then flopping in 2022. He is setting the team up for future success. That is tough for fans to hear, since all the Jets have done is lose the last decade, but I think it is the right path and it will pay off in the end.