The New York Jets are on life support, and the process has already begun in finding out who's to blame.
Keller, who seemed to be Sanchez's only target for long stretches of Saturday's loss, remains a supporter of both his quarterback and offensive coordinator.
"I don't agree with those things," Keller said of the vitriol directed at Schottenheimer and Sanchez. "I've always been very happy with both of them. They've done a great job. ... We're not really thinking about that. The guys upstairs (in the front office), we don't know where their heads are."
"If you look at what Mark has done since he's been here, he is an amazing quarterback," Slauson said, referring to the back-to-back deep playoff runs that began his career. "We haven't lost any confidence in anyone."