The terrible start by the New York Jets this season falls onto the shoulders of the entire coaching staff in the grand scheme of things.
Head coach Todd Bowles of the New York Jets is learning the hard way that his staff is just as important as him. After a 10-6 season in 2015, the fans believed things would turn around. However, as they are entrenched in the franchise’s 60th losing streak of at least three games, all you hear is “Same old Jets.”
Maybe the Jets need to give Bowles another chance after the season because his staff has been so bad. Think about this for a moment. During the week, the team spends more time with position coaches and coordinators than the head coach. So, it would make sense that the staff actually has more influence on the team than the head coach.
Bowles has made some bad in-game decisions that only the head coach can make. For instance, not going for it on fourth down against Pittsburgh was one.
Let’s not forget, though, he’s still learning, and in year two. So, let’s cut him some slack. Let’s not get too impatient (hard to do in New York).