Woody needs to hit a GRAND SLAM

If the Jets make a coaching change after the season, Jim Harbaugh would have to be at the top of their candidate list.

Harbaugh and the San Francisco 49ers are likely headed for divorce after this season.

Harbaugh wins wherever he goes, from the University of San Diego to Stanford to the 49ers.

So where might he land?

Miami was a possible landing spot, but their owner announced today that coach Joe Philbin will be back in 2015.

The Oakland Raiders might be a suitor for Harbaugh, but Tony Sparano is certainly making a strong case for that job, with recent wins over Kansas City, San Francisco and Buffalo.

Chicago, a team that Harbaugh played for, is a possibility.

The University Of Michigan, his alma mater, is very interested in his services, but you get the sense, Harbaugh, wants to stay in the NFL.

If Woody Johnson makes a change, he needs to make a serious run at this guy, perhaps making him the highest paid coach in the NFL.

If Johnson changes things, he needs to hit a grand slam with his next hire.

Harbaugh would constitute a grand slam.

Dan Leberfeld
Dan Leberfeldhttps://www.jetsconfidential.com
Publisher of Jets Confidential Magazine. Call 1-800-932-4557 (M-F, 12-4) to subscribe. Co-host of Press Coverage every Saturday on SiriusXM NFL Radio from 11-2.

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