Yes... We absolutely did overrate this roster. We thought with Bell, Mosley and Osmele, we were on our way to the PO's. There were many who were predicting outlandish finishes like 11-5 sprinkled in with a few 12-4's. This BTW was after Johnson hired Gase too. This was a rebuilding year. This was an assessment year for the roster. This was NOT a playoff roster and it never was even before the injuries. We fooled ourselves into thinking it was. We drank the koolaid. Now we got a tummy ache. There was no way a new HC was gonna come in with a new system and in one year, turn this team around. This roster was 14-34 then and its 15-41 now. There's a reason for that and its not only Todd Bowles either. There is but for a precious few, a total lack of NFL caliber talent on this roster. There's really no getting around that no matter how shiny the new helmets are.. Now with the season done, the reality has hit home that indeed, our HC is a chronic loser and has to be replaced even if it means the CEO has to pay 3 salaries of people no longer here.. (MacCagnan, Bowles and maybe Gase). Once again, we will have to start over. This time, maybe we learn from our mistakes. This time maybe we let Douglas hire his own guy without any interference from the CEO whose record proves he knows jack shit about football. Maybe this time, we stop overrating our roster and accept what we have for what it is...We're not better than a lot of teams we used to look down on. In fact, a lot of those teams have caught up with us like it or not. Have a tall glass of reality folks. The New York Jets are exactly what their record says they are. A team that needs several GREAT drafts just to get back to mediocre. Keep your fingers crossed, but trust your instincts and what your eyes tell you.... It will serve you well looking down the road..