Adam Gase to Become New York Jets' Head Coach

Jets final report card Grading every player’s 2018 season

Jets final report card Grading every player’s 2018 season

According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the former Green Bay Packers coach is planning to sit out the next year after losing out on the New York Jets' head-coaching job, which went to former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase. Bringing in a once failed head coach should mean that ice is that much thinner, and the only lifeline for Maccagnan will be immediate success for Gase which he did experience in Miami when he went 10-6 in year one.

Gase spent each of the past three seasons as the Dolphins head coach.

The Jets finished the 2018 season 4-12 and last in the AFC East.

Per NFL insider Benjamin Allbright, the Jets are "trending" toward hiring Baylor's Matt Rhule.

Gase, 40, was considered the next great offensive mind in the league when the Dolphins hired him in 2016.

The Dolphins have interviewed Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, Saints defensive coordinator Dennis Allen. However, they do have rookie quarterback Sam Darnold, who showed flashes of his promise to become the team's potential franchise quarterback in his first season. However, Rhule reportedly pulled out of contention for the job after being told he wouldn't be given control to hire his own assistants, per SNY's Ralph Vacchiano.

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