The New York area apparently has not had access to cable television or internet access for the past four years. They just hired Bill Callahan as an assistant head coach, in charge of their offensive line and running game. I'm pretty sure if they would've had TV, internet, or radio and witnessed how he coached the Huskers this year, they would've thought twice about hiring him.
Jets coach Eric Mangini was quoted as saying, "Bill brings valuable experience as an assistant coach and head coach on both the college and NFL levels." Mangini was later seen talking gibberish and wondering around incoherently.
To Callahan's credit, he did appear in the Super Bowl in 2002. He was the head coach at the Oakland Raiders at this time. Callahan's Raiders lost to the Bucs in this Super Bowl. Now, I'm not a huge Jets fan, but I'm guessing that BC won't be leading the Jets to a Super Bowl appearance anytime soon, especially with Pennington at quarterback. Here is the info on ESPN
How do you think Callahan will fit at the Jets? Is the NFL a better place for him, versus the college arena?