Makes no sense to keep bitching about another Hackett running the Jet offense. Its 2023, not 2004. His dad may have sucked back in the day, but that's a lifetime ago and we need to move on. If Hackett falls on his face here, we're looking at another rebuild as JD will have no option but to blow it up. Woody needs to raise the stature and image of the New York Jets and that happens with wins. His non-mandate mandate is clear. Get me someone in the building that knows what the hell he's doing and has done it before. Might as well hang a sign up that says: "Newbies need not apply". JD and Saleh has done exactly that. Can't really ask for more so lets see how this shakes out.. Saleh knows his fate hangs on what happens on offense in '23-24. I hope the team makes that step to the next level. The AFCE is a far stronger division than it has been and I would say its the strongest division in the AFC. The Jets, their fanbase, their ownership, everyone associated with the team should be sick and tired of the ineptitude, the collapses, all of it. Zach should just lay low and learn behind whatever Vet QB they bring in. Hiring Hackett at least gives the Jets some legitimacy so a Vet QB looking at the end of his career won't feel like its starting over coming to the Jets. Hackett not only puts AR in play, but also DC and Tannehill too. In closing, we need to accept what we're looking at, not what we want to see. Hackett is the OC. Saleh is the HC and Woody is the Owner. It is what it is.. Time to quit bitchin about everything and wait for the results that will become clear soon enough. If it all collapses, we'll deal with that if and when it happens. Until then? Hope for the best, but prepare yourselves for the worst.