To be successful, Jets MUST take this approach . . . Dan Leberfeld

Adam Gase did this in Miami, and must continue to do it with the Jets if they hope to narrow the gap with the New England Patriots.

Just like New England, Gase believes that if you aren’t getting the job done, you’re not going to play.

Just look at his history.

In September, 2016 during a Miami-Cleveland game, Dolphins right tackle Ju’Waun James was benched after causing two turnover-causing hits on the QB.

Even first-round picks aren’t safe with Gase.

Gase was asked about what happened after the game, and didn’t say, “We wanted to look at other guys.” He told it like it was.

“We pulled him out,” Gase said after Miami’s 30-24 victory over Cleveland.

Just like New England would do.

Gase needs to continue this approach in Florham Park, where it has been largely missing the last eight years.

If you aren’t getting the job done on the field, your butt needs to land on the bench or the waiver wire.

If the Jets want to be a Super Bowl contender, and turn their dreams into reality, they HAVE to take this approach.

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*Jamal Adams photo courtesy of Microsoft Surface’s Make Believe Happen campaign, which celebrates the ability to turn your dreams into reality through the use of technology.