Adam Gase, Jets have failed Sam Darnold

Ruben Hill
September 28, 2020

Their brutal loss on Sunday was the latest embarrassment. The loss marks the second straight 0-3 start in Gase's tenure in NY.

"I'm going to do what I always do: Come to work tomorrow and try to get things fixed", said Gase, addressing speculation about his future.

Of those five coaches, Gase and Quinn are probably most-likely to be fired this season. "I mean, that's something I can't worry about. I have to focus on getting our guys right".

According to ESPN NFL insider Chris Mortensen, the highest Jets higher-ups are evaluating Gase's performance with a discerning eye and his/the team's performance over the next two games could determine whether he remains the Jets head man.

Gase is 7-11 so far as the Jets head coach including an uncompetitive 0-2 this year. The Jets fell to the Bills by 10 points in their season-opener earlier this month, and fell in a lopsided 31-13 matchup with the 49ers last week - a game where numerous San Francisco stars fell to injury.

Based on that, it sounds like the Jets are expecting another L this week against the Colts, but if they lose to the Broncos on Thursday it could be the end for Gase.

When asked Sunday about his job security and any pressure he might be facing, Gase said he wasn't thinking about it.

"I'm not playing consistent enough to play well in this league", Darnold said. Make the plays when they're there. "It's just about us executing, that's all".

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