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Todd Bowles sees chemistry growing among players

By Luis Tirado Jr.
CLEVELAND, OH - OCTOBER 30: Head coach Todd Bowles of the New York Jets looks on during the first quarter against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on October 30, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
CLEVELAND, OH - OCTOBER 30: Head coach Todd Bowles of the New York Jets looks on during the first quarter against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on October 30, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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As the New York Jets enjoy a big break from now until training camp, head coach Todd Bowles is liking what he’s seeing from his players as chemistry is growing.

So far during the offseason, the New York Jets have been quite the busy team. They’ve added a lot of new faces to bolster their team with rookie quarterback Sam Darnold leading the charge. With organized team activities and mandatory minicamp in the books, the focus now shifts towards a well-deserved break from now until training camp.

Head coach Todd Bowles is entering his third season with the Jets and continues to grow and develop into his position. It’s not easy to turn the Jets into a consistent contender but he’s had his moments in trying to right the ship towards that direction.

Bowles likes what he’s seen so far this offseason as there is some good chemistry brewing among returning and new players at One Jets Drive. Ideally, this is key to start establishing now heading into training camp and getting ready for what awaits this upcoming season.

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As per the Media Relations Department of the Jets, here is what Bowles said about what he’s seen so far during OTAs and mandatory minicamp:

We got a lot of things accomplished mentally. Again, the chemistry is growing. I can’t wait to get to training camp. We finished the last two days on good notes and the guys are upbeat as they should be. They just have to come back healthy and ready to go.

Bowles has preached all offseason long that no one should take anything seriously in these practices with players in t-shirts and shorts. The only real takeaway is players understanding and adapting to their respective playbooks and preparing for the real test and competitions come training camp.

Chemistry is a defining attribute that goes a very long way in turning the Jets into the kind of team Bowles wants to see. One that works hard, plays for each other, and above all else, does whatever it takes to win a lot of football games. It’s always great to see it begin to develop now rather than later.

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