Adam Gase Doesn’t Want to Get His ‘Face Stomped In’

The New York Jets lost, again.

After a 35-9 crushing at the hands of Kansas City, Adam Gase’s pathetic head coaching resume looks even more putrid. At 0-8 — seven games after the media put him on the hot seat — Gase reassured New York City that he doesn’t like the feeling.

Honest stuff coming up next:

No, he doesn’t like getting his face stomped in. He’d much prefer to win football games — he just can’t.

Looking ahead, the Jets don’t have any easy games on the schedule. Because when you are the 2020 Jets, no game is easy. None. This team is awful.

That said, and as bad as Gase is, he has little to work with. Thus, he has a mild excuse. Matt Patricia, on the other hand, doesn’t. He is worse than both Gase and the already-fired Dan Quinn.

Some bad coaches this season.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers any news story that deserves attention but focuses on media. His interests include reading Stephen King novels, avoiding traffic on the road, and pretending to solve true-crime mysteries. He still believes Cersei should've won and encourages everyone to always question the news.

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  1. Lots of bad coaches… Billionaires and GM’s should learn there’s a huge difference in a great football mind aka coordinator, and a head coach. The head coach is the CEO that sets the tone, the structure, and holds everyone accountable. Most people and coaches in general just aren’t capable of those responsibilities. Much less capable of both that and calling plays on either side like the great ones

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