Tough Times Ahead for Robert Saleh’s Job Security

November 25, 2023 By admin Off

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In his third season, a coach may fear losing his job if his team fails to meet expectations. However, the Jets’ coach, Robert Saleh, expressed confidence in a recent press conference despite his team’s disappointing 34-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins in Friday’s NFL Black Friday game.

The Jets’ offense has struggled, ranking near the bottom in various categories. With only 15 points per game and 270.3 yards per game, they are among the worst in the league. Additionally, their red zone touchdown percentage is at 26.1%, and their third-down conversion rate is on track to be the worst in NFL history.

Despite benching Zach Wilson and starting Tim Boyle in the quarterback position, the results have not significantly improved for the Jets. The team’s offense has only scored one touchdown, and the play calling by Nathaniel Hackett has been questioned.

Injuries have affected the Jets’ offensive line, and their predictable playcalling has led to stagnation in the team’s performance. As a result, key players like Breece Hall and Garrett Wilson have experienced declines in their numbers.

While Saleh seems untroubled by his job security, the team’s performance in the remaining six games of the season could determine his future with the Jets.