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The New York Jets are in the market for a new offensive coordinator and the answer could come from the Buffalo Bills.

On Wednesday, the Jets and OC Mike LaFleur mutually parted ways. Reportedly, New York allowed LaFleur to “pursue other opportunities” which sounds like a vague way to describe the two sides both decided it’s not working out.

Regardless, the Jets and head coach Robert Saleh are in the market for a new offensive coordinator.

Toss Joe Brady’s name into the ring.

According to Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, the Bills’ quarterbacks coach is a person New York is reportedly “doing their homework on.”

 

While there appears to be a world out there where the Bills (13-3) could lose both their OC and QB coach this offseason, on the early outset, it seems unlikely.

Dorsey and Brady are both considered youthful coaches by NFL standards and are currently in their first years in their current jobs. While the league has become more open minded toward hiring younger coaches, it would be surprising to see both leave.

Brady does have some brief experience as an offensive coordinator though, so his departure over Dorsey’s might be more realistic. Brady was Carolina’s OC briefly in 2020 before an apparent falling out with then head coach Matt Rhule.

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11 minutes ago, Long Island Leprechaun said:

Because what the Jets need is another guy just learning the job. Can't make this stuff up.

I hesr what youre saying and would prefer someone a little more seasoned, but he was an an OC for LSU and Carolina (mentioned above). MLF had zero experience in the roll. 

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1 minute ago, Rhg1084 said:

That also might’ve been the best team of all time. Burrow, Justin Jefferson, Jamaar Chase. I could’ve been the OC of that team and they still would’ve win the National Championship 

True but you gonna penalize the success of your next OC because he had success with talent? Please.

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14 minutes ago, Morrissey said:

you'd prefer someone who's already been a failure? hence why they are even available

Doug Pedersen and McCarthy were available when we passed them over. They weren’t failures and are now preparing for the playoffs.

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12 minutes ago, jgb said:

Doug Pedersen and McCarthy were available when we passed them over. They weren’t failures and are now preparing for the playoffs.

..but.. but you don't understand.. they would never have been successful here because *checks notes* The Jaguars were in such a better position that the Jets were...

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1 hour ago, Long Island Leprechaun said:

Because what the Jets need is another guy just learning the job. Can't make this stuff up.

Brady is a learning on the job type?  He developed Burrow, built a powerhouse offense at LSU, an OC and part of the offensive staff of one of the NFLs best offense and the NFLs most productive QB.  

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3 hours ago, jgb said:

Doug Pedersen and McCarthy were available when we passed them over. They weren’t failures and are now preparing for the playoffs.

"But McCarthy only won one Super Bowl....."

Jets Fans, lol.  No to McCarthy, no to Kirk Cousins, got it.

McCarthy since we skipped on him:  30-20, back to back 12 win seasons, 2 playoff seasons out of 3.  (Jets 13-37 same period).

Cousins since we failed to seal a deal, 5 seasons, 1 missed game, 46-33-1 as starter, 20,934 yards, 153 TD to 50 INT.

Jets over same period, 9 different QB's and numbers so putrid they're not worth writing down.

But yeah, Cousins and McCarthy, that sure woulda sucked.  Thank god we dodged those bullets, right!

So, who is out next rookie Head Coach and 1st round draft QB, I'm excited!

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