Tag: rich kotite

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets fall to previously winless Bengals, 22-6

    If there was ever any doubt about Adam Gase leaving a mark in the New York Jets history books, he has already accomplished something that none of his predecessors ever could. Gase has become the first head coach in the NFL history to lose to two teams with a record of 0-7 or worse in…

    December 2, 2019

  • Jets Regular Season

    Jets hit rock bottom as they lose to winless Dolphins

    It feels like the Kotite era all over again. It's been 23 years since the Jets coached by Rich Kotite finished the 1996 season with their worst record ever, 1-15. Today's embarrassment in Miami, against the winless Dolphins who many thought were just tanking the season to get the number one draft pick, is the…

    November 3, 2019

  • Jets Regular Season

    Darnold throws three more picks, Jets fall to Jags 29-15

    The New York Jets dropped to 1-6 after yet another bad performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Although he did not look as bad as six days ago, QB Sam Darnold still managed to throw three interceptions against a defense that had four interceptions in their previous seven games. Darnold now has seven interceptions in the…

    October 28, 2019

  • Jets Regular Season

    Enough is enough, Bowles circus has to go

    Another week, another disgraceful performance, another loss and Todd Bowles still has his job. If the pathetic showing against the Bears two weeks ago was bad, Bowles and Co. took it to an even lower level of ineptitude against the Bills in Week 10. The Bills, dead last In the division, had nothing to lose…

    November 12, 2018

  • Jets Regular Season

    It's time for Todd Bowles to go

    This Sunday afternoon was just like many others lately. The New York Jets took the field only to once again lose, showing absolutely nothing worth of notice on both sides of the ball. As the Gang Green suffered their second loss in a row, falling farther below .500, it became pretty obvious that this was…

    October 28, 2018