Heading into Week 10, the New York Jets need to win before the entire season spirals so far out of control, jobs will likely be on the line. Head coach Todd Bowles chimes in on how important it is to win.
At this point in time, the New York Jets are a hot mess. The only thing going for them is a decent defense but everything else is a disaster. The Jets offense can’t score touchdowns, heck, they can’t even get a first down with being just a yard or two away on 3rd down. It comes down to a lack of talent on offense and well, some pretty questionable coaching.
The Jets are on a three-game losing streak and head back home to MetLife Stadium to hopefully right the ship. They face a terrible team in the Buffalo Bills and well, if they lose to them, this entire season will spiral so out of control, heads will roll.
Head coach Todd Bowles knows that this is easily one of the biggest “must-win” scenarios so far in his tenure with the Jets. If they can’t beat a team as bad as the Bills, the entire franchise will easily regress back to continue that mantra of “Same Old Jets” to their faithful fans.
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Courtesy of the Media Relations Department of the Jets, here is what Bowles said how big the game against the Bills is for the team’s psyche right after losing to the Miami Dolphins in Week 9:
I think it’s huge. It’s our next game. It’s a division rivalry. We let a couple of them go, especially the tough one we just lost yesterday. We gave ourselves a chance to win at the end and we didn’t pull it out. Winning takes care of a lot problems and a lot of issues. It’s important for us to win the next ball game.
At the end of the day, winning fixes everything. It’s time Bowles, his coaching staff, and everyone wearing a Jets uniform understands that Week 10 is all about doing whatever it takes to win. They’ll be playing in front of the home crowd and need to have a sense of urgency that it’s all out come game time. Otherwise, this will not end well as the Jets head into their bye week in Week 11.