During the course of the season, I asked a lot of questions on the so-called democracy poll. The rules were simple, you were only allowed to answer once, and you had to pick one of the four answers provided. I tried to make it so write-in votes counted, but it never seemed to work.
First up though, the Jets still need to pick a QB coach and a D Line coach. Then it’s on to players and free agency starting on Feb. 28.
Anyway, thought you might find it interesting to see what you thought, here are about half of the questions posed over the season.
May 5: Which Draft pick will have the most immediate impact? Vernon Gholston.
May 16: Who should be the Jets’ starting quarterback? Kellen Clemens.
July 24: Do the Jets even need a new stadium? Yes, they can’t play in Giants Stadium.
Sept. 30: Who do you think will make the biggest impact upon return? David Clowney.
Oct. 12: Which receiver will have the most impressive year? Jerricho Cotchery.
Nov. 6: Favre and another year? If the Jets do well, he’ll be back.
Nov. 18: What do you think the Jets will end up? 12-4.
Nov. 28: Five straight wins, what do you expect from the Jets against Denver? Jets struggle against a pass-heavy offense, but win.
Dec. 2: Now what? Is the loss to Denver a bad sign? Jets win out.
Dec. 17: The Jets have an NFL-best 7 players selected for the Pro Bowl. Your first thought? If Mangini can’t make it to the playoffs with this, he’s in trouble.
Dec. 25: The future of Brett Favre? Back mowing his own lawn in Hattiesburg after retiring next week.
Dec. 31: Oh Brett, sigh. Let’s give this another shot. I think we can make this work.
Jan. 5: Being a Jets fan is… A fan is a fan, you can’t just bail out if things don’t go your way.
Well, have you learned anything about yourselves?