Who wouldn’t love seeing your name on an enormous gift-wrapped box this Christmas underneath an attractive Christmas tree? Surely for the New York Jets there’s one gift specifically that might be unbelievable around it could be relieving. The right gift in 2010 for the Jets is hope.
You see, amidst a disappointing season that many fans wish to forget, hope breathes some fresh air into the lungs of those who are upset, frustrated and bewildered as to the reasons things got so bad. Whether you blame Rex Ryan, John Idzik or players because of this debacle of a season, it doesn’t really matter on Christmas.
A present of hope brings a laugh to numerous since it just means the growing season is a couple of days away from finally being over. Then after the offseason hits, major changes are visiting the Jets like you wouldn’t believe. Owner Woody Johnson could make some tough decisions, and whatever he decides to do, the gift of hope can help make sense of it all.
Hope gives everyone an opportunity to think positive for a big change and look forward to better days. Things such as which free agents will trade in their old uniform for a natural and white one, future draft picks that bring a fresh new energy into the franchise and of course the development of core players who will only improve with time provide some much-needed optimism.
Overall, the Jets really are a mess this year, in several short weeks, this year is going to be in the record books and out of sight forever. Hope is on the way and can help fans across the planet appreciate the fact changes are coming for the better. Christmas is a time to be thankful for what you have in life, and honestly, hope helps heal all this heartache whilst the Jets surely look towards a much brighter future.