The New York Jets are on the verge of losing four consecutive games for the first time since dropping six straight in 2007. Much of the blame this season falls on Mark Sanchez. When everyone in the world is yelling for him to be benched, Coach Rex Ryan is keeping him in. Now our Coach has the task of trying to keep our team positive as we prepare for a road matchup with the St. Louis Rams on Sunday. 

Sanchez has completed an NFL-worst 52.0 percent of his passes for the season. Where does he place the blame? Himself.

"I have got to make better decisions," said Sanchez, whose 70.9 passer rating ranks 30th. "Careless mistakes. Totally on me."

Of course he needs to make better decisions! Are you serious right now? That can't honestly be his answer. He finished 9 of 22 for 124 yards and an interception while losing a fumble for the third straight week in last Sunday's 28-7 loss at Seattle. Why are we still playing him? God only knows. Rex isn't doing it to keep his job that's for sure.

"I am not going to make a decision to save my job. I am in it to win games.” Ryan said “I'm not sitting back concentrating on how do I save my job. I am concentrating on how do we win."

While you keep playing Sanchez, you will not win games Coach.

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[via CBS Sports]