Adam Gase 'Wasn't Happy' With Gregg Williams' Veiled Dig

Ruben Hill
October 19, 2020

Jets fans haven't had a lot to cheer about over the last decade and during Adam Gase's tenure as head coach, this has been especially true.

So rather than keeping Bell on their roster up until the November 3 trade deadline, when the Jets might have been able to recoup a late-round draft pick for the disgruntled former Pro Bowler, they opted to release him this past Tuesday.

Aside from Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell's frustrations towards his former team in the New York Jets, there was a more practical reason why Gang Green made a decision to drop the three-time Pro Bowler.

Gore, who has remained the only viable - and reliable - option in the Jets offense, spoke to reporters after New York's blowout loss against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday - and he was less than pleased with his teammates performance. As he explained, the Jets have simply been awful through these first few games. "We just hurt ourselves so much. He understood that we have to set the right example". We improved. This year, we have to figure out a way to improve really quickly, from top to bottom, coaches, players, it doesn't matter, everybody.

Moving forward, the Jets will need to start winning if Gase wants to keep his job. "You can't start slow in this league".

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