To: New York Jets Corporate Office
50 West 57th Second Floor, New York, New York
From: Jets Fans
Dear Johnson Brothers,
I cannot speak for all loyal New York Jets fans. But I think I represent a vast majority of them. The Jets are a franchise of long time suffering. Even someone like me recalls Testaverde’s injury when the Jets were set to take it all in 1999. Mark freaking Sanchez beat Payton Manning and Tom Brady, only to lose to Big Ben.
I watched The Butt Fumble on live TV.
I love the New York Jets, I really do. As such, I am so very tired of weekly embarrassments. Watching these past two seasons, I can’t help but draw my attention to one issue.
Johnson Brothers, please, for the love of everything that is good, FIRE ADAM GASE.
It’s painfully obvious to everyone, Jet fan or NFL fan, that Gase is an incompetent head coach. But, as a man of intelligence, I have some statistics for you:
Since entering the league as a head coach, Adam Gase is 30-36 (.455). He does not win.
In his two years as the New York Jets head coach, they have dead last in offense yards, and second to last in points (32, 31, respectively in both years). As the head coach of Miami, their highest offensive ranking was 24th in his three years. Zero playoff wins, and an average conference finish of third.
There’s constant reports coming from the practice facility and locker room that Gase isn’t the guy. He isn’t a leader; he consistently throws the team under the bus. I’ve seen him take responsibility for the teams failures or short comings once, maybe twice. That is when he admitted to not utilizing Le’Veon Bell in his best capacity.
There are plentiful options for the head coaching position. Fire Adam Gase and let Gregg Williams be the interim for the season. Eric Bieniemy (Chiefs OC) is one of the favorite fantasy candidates. Lincoln Riley is another name (Oklahoma HC) that floats in the minds of dreamers. Lastly, Joe Brady (Carolina OC) has done amazing things with his quarterbacks. Imagine what he could do with Sam Darnold, who is still young enough to fix the technical issues he’s inherited from years of being left out to dry.
For the sanity of all Jets fans who love this team more than anything, who bleed Gotham Green and Spotlight White, who embody the spirit of the greatest city on the planet and the team that represents it, fire Adam Gase.