Popular Post OverweightJetsFan Posted January 7 Popular Post Share Posted January 7 I was pretty excited when the Jets hired Saleh. At the very least I thought he would bring some much needed intensity after the comatose duo of Todd Bowles and Adam Gase Two years in, this is Robert Saleh: -10-22 overall record (not counting Ron Middleton’s win). -He completely whiffed on developing his hand picked QB and first ever draft -The previous regimes last rookie class has regressed mightily under his guidance -He has overseen a complete collapse to end his second year -He transformed the defense into a playoff caliber unit in one year Although Robert Saleh will likely return to the Jets in 2023 his tenure here looks to be trending towards failure. What mistakes did he make? #1-I didn’t like how he subtly ripped past regimes publicly last year. On a few instances he alluded to the fact that the cupboard was bare when he arrived. Overall I felt he lacked a sense of urgency to win last year. You don’t come to NY and think you aren’t going to be measured on wins and losses. For most of his first season it felt like the Jets were playing pre-season games and he was content with it because young players were getting reps. Awful! #2-Hired an inexperienced staff. This has been well documented. Again, this to me stemmed from his lack of urgency to win immediately. A lot of buddy hires were made. #3-Something wrong with the way he prepares the team. The Jets have been outscored 144-39 in games after extended prep time under this coach. It’s almost like the more he tries to prepare them the worse they play. #4-Picked the wrong QB. These head coaches are all egomaniacs. My guess that in Salehs mind the only reason he failed here was Zach Wilson. 24 2 2 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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