While the Jets have done everything wrong with Sam, there are no guarantees that he would have been a whole lot better if the Jets had done everything perfectly. Sam has to accept a lot of the blame. I've never heard any other QB say out loud that he was seeing ghosts. That spoke volumes to me about Sam not having the right toughness and mental capacity to be a great starter. His not knowing to throw the ball away, his lousy fundamentals 3 years into his career, not being able to read Ds and make good, quick decisions is more on Sam than anyone else. If I were in his shoes, I'd be bugging the CS for extra help, or during the offseason I'd ask or hire a former NFL QB, OC, HC to help me learn and fix those things. I would leave no stone unturned. I'd make whatever changes necessary to succeed, and I'd fight my way through. Not Sam.