Steve Ross came out of the Dolphins locker room after Sunday's 20-7 loss and basically announced no one's job is safe.
"I'm making no comment on that," he stated before adding, "We're going to look at everything."
My question to Ross was whether he knew 100 percent he was definitely going to retain or fire anyone -- including general manager Jeff Ireland and coach Joe Philbin.
"I'm disappointed," he said before that. "What else can I tell you? For everybody, you know? I have a lot to think about.
"I'm going to look at everything. When you're disappointed you don't make decisions based on the fly. You have to give it a lot of thought and go look at everything."
Ross said he was feeling pretty good about his team two weeks ago when they were 8-6 and playing Buffalo and New York next. He expected to be in the playoffs.
"Of course we were. Sure," he said. "To have something like this -- to lose the last two games -- I'm disappointed for everyone."
It's clear Ireland, the team's GM, has been in a tenuous situation this year. There have been times he's been seemingly on the outs. Ross a couple of months ago told him he was safe.
But now after this collapse Ireland's status is again uncertain. Team insiders have believed that Philbin, who helped the Dolphins navigate through the NFL scandal and reach to the precipice of a playoff berth, seemed safe.
Now, that is also in question because the Dolphins failed terribly the final two games of the season against teams that had losing records going into the meeting with Miami. The Buffalo loss last week was bad. This 20-7 loss to Jets was worse.
Ross was apparently ready to excuse the first. But the second?
"The team's played well. We had one bad game," he said.
"You expect to win."