Report: Jets not expected to make coaching changes during season
The New York Jets were dealt their worst loss of the season on Sunday against a division rival that signed a quarterback off the street, but the poor performance is not going to cost head coach Todd Bowles or anyone else on his staff their jobs.
At least for now.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported on Monday that the Jets are not expected to make any significant changes during the season.
Even after yesterday’s horrific loss, my understanding is that any possible changes coming to the #Jets would be based on a decision made after the season, rather than during. That is the expectation. Decisions won’t be rash.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 12, 2018
The Jets fell into an early hole against Matt Barkley and the Bills, and they were never able to climb out en route to a 41-10 loss. Even with a rookie quarterback starting for most of the year, Bowles is planted firmly on the hot seat after a 3-7 start. Plenty of people were calling for his job on social media after Buffalo jumped out to a 14-0 lead on Sunday.
Bowles has been the head coach of the Jets since 2015, and the team has yet to reach the postseason. The team’s CEO seemed particularly disgusted after Sunday’s loss, which makes you wonder how many games Bowles has left in New York.