Saleh challenges staff

Jets have lost four games in a row, and Jets coach Robert Saleh issued a challenge to his staff today:

“We have to reconnect to each individual style of play,” Saleh said. “Coaches need to come up with a game plan that gets these guys in a position to showcase that style.”

As Bill Parcells once said, “There is a way to win every game.”

So just because the Jets have some injury issues, there are still ways to win games, even when you are shorthanded, if you have the right plan and attention to detail.

Just look at the Cleveland Browns, who have lost their starting QB (Deshaun Watson), their star running back (Nick Chubb) and both starting offensive tackles.

Or the Denver Broncos, under coach Sean Payton, who are manufacturing wins in a rebuilding year without the best roster.

So it’s essential for the Jets’ coaches, with extra time to prepare for their next opponent, the Atlanta Falcons, “to come up with a game plan” that can manufacture a win, no matter what injuries the team has.

Because down the stretch, not only are players playing for their future, but some coaches might be as well.


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