Jets have major crisis, and the coach needs to fix it Dan Leberfeld

What is going on is clearly unacceptable, and something needs to be done about it ASAP.

The Jets have allowed 45 or more points in three of the last four games. What is Robert Saleh going to do about it?

“Obviously, it’s not good enough,” Saleh said. “It always starts with me. We have eight games left and we have to figure it out.”

Saleh got the Jets’ job based on his work as the San Francisco defensive coordinator from 2016-20, so fixing this should be in his wheelhouse.

“Ever since that bye week, we haven’t been nearly as good as we have wanted to be,” said Saleh. “We have eight games left and from coaches to players, we have to find a way to get better every day. Otherwise, you’re selling yourself short.”

So it’s clearly time for lineup changes and to tweak the scheme.

Shake it up!


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