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Sport Adam Gase considering giving up play-calling duties with Jets

23:45  12 october  2020
23:45  12 october  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The New York Jets are 0-5, and coach Adam Gase is considering some fairly drastic measures to try to turn things around.

New York Jets head coach Adam Gase © Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports New York Jets head coach Adam Gase

Gase said Monday that he had given consideration to giving up play-calling duties, saying he had “toyed” with the idea and had not taken it off the table.

“Everything is on the table at this point,” Gase said, via Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. “I’m considering everything, whatever can help us turn things in the right direction.”

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Gase’s offenses have underwhelmed in both Miami and New York. He became a head coach on the back of his reputation as an offensive mastermind. The fact that he’s considering giving up play-calling duties shows how much that reputation has been tarnished.

Gase has tried to make changes to how the Jets do things in a bid for a spark. So far, it isn’t working. This probably wouldn’t make much of a difference either.

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The New York Jets should keep Adam Gase the rest of the season. No, seriously .
As the clock ticked off in the most ineffectual attempt by an NFL team to win a game this season — and the New York Jets mismanaged their way to a 24-0 loss to the Miami Dolphins, the league’s first shutout of 2020 — a few inescapable realities began to set in. The Jets are an NFL expansion team, right at the intersection of one of the worst free agent classes in recent league history (from 2019), signed by a former general manager (Mike Maccagnan) whose final spiral still hangs over the team, and coached by a staff that is fitting together like a square peg and a round bedsore.

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