Incredibly, Adam Gase made it through the entirety of his team’s 2020 season.
The Jets head coach, despite New York losing its first 13 games of the campaign, was not among the coaches fired midway through the season. But as recent reports have indicated, don’t expect that to be the same moving forward.
Gase was peppered with questions regarding his future after the Jets lost to the New England Patriots on Sunday. The Patriots put together a strong second-half effort en route to a 28-14 victory.
Here’s a few of the questions Gase was asked, along with his answers.
What are expectations in terms of future, anything set up with (owner/chairman) Christopher (Johnson)?
“Yeah, I mean, I?m sure we?ll talk tonight and tomorrow.”
… Given the results, what are you expectations?
“I don?t know. I?m not going to predict anything.”
Anything you believe you could?ve done differently over last two years that could have led to more success?
“That?s hard to think about right now, just coming off the field from this last game.”
Was today’s result kind of a microcosm of your career as the Jets head coach thus far?
“I don’t know that’s for you guys to determine.”
What was your message to the team Sunday?
“… Told the guys they did a good job sticking together this year, keep getting better in the future.”
There’s a good chance those will be Gase’s last words as the Jets head coach.