Interesting quotes from Pete Carroll's perspective versus Mark buttfumble and Rex Ryan's viewpoints:
"Through the first nine weeks of the 2012 NFL season, Mark buttfumble of the New York Jets has performed at a level that puts him in Football Outsiders' opponent-adjusted metrics.

In his four-year career, buttfumble has never ranked higher than 20th in FO's season-cumulative DYAR stats, and never higher
than 28th
in its per-play DVOA rankings. In the last year, buttfumble has seen anonymous teammates question his character, his own general manager wonder
whether he'll ever take that nebulous next step, and his team trade for Tim Tebow, thus throwing the quarterback situation into a perma-drama that benefits
nobody."

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-sh...6161--nfl.html

Doug Farar poses the big question: "The real question with buttfumble seems to be: Would he really have benefited from another year at USC, or was this his ceiling all along, and this is what we're going to get?"