New York Jets linebacker C.J. Mosley and defensive deal with Solomon Thomas spoke with reporters on Monday amid rumors that proprietor Woody Johnson might hearth head coach Robert Saleh shortly after this disappointing season concludes.
“I really feel like we’ve the utmost respect for our coaches,” Mosley defined, as shared by Al Iannazzone of Newsday. “We consider each single day that they attempt to put us in the fitting positions. They should belief us to go on the market and attempt to execute and do the fitting issues on the sector. … Earlier than we will begin asking questions on upstairs or for us down the corridor, we received to be sure that we’re doing the fitting issues after we watch the tape and take a look at what we’re making an attempt to do.”
Extensive receiver Allen Lazard and cornerback D.J. Reed talked about that New York was “out-schemed” and out-fought in Sunday’s 30-0 loss on the Miami Dolphins that ensured Gang Inexperienced would lengthen its playoff drought to 13 consecutive seasons. Whereas Saleh acknowledged on Monday that “we did not coach it effectively sufficient” concerning Sunday’s blowout, Mosley insisted he nonetheless believes “in all my coaches” forward of Christmas.
“Now we have coach Saleh’s again, and he has ours,” Thomas added. “We’re going to play the final three video games as robust as we will, end the season as robust as we will.”
Saleh has gone 16-32 as head coach of the Jets because the begin of the 2021 marketing campaign. It is thought by some that not even quarterback Aaron Rodgers returning for one more season after the QB went down with a torn Achilles 4 snaps into his Jets debut ensures Saleh will stay with the group.
How the 5-9 Jets reply to figuring out their season ends after Week 18 throughout Sunday’s house sport towards the 4-10 Washington Commanders might go a great distance in figuring out how Johnson handles the membership’s head-coach scenario in January. As of early Tuesday afternoon, oddschecker listed the Jets as three-point favorites towards the Commanders.