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Will Todd Bowles stay head coach after this season?

MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 04: Head coach Todd Bowles of the New York Jets looks on prior to their game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on November 4, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 04: Head coach Todd Bowles of the New York Jets looks on prior to their game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium on November 4, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images) /
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Tough decisions lie ahead for the New York Jets in whether or not to bring back head coach Todd Bowles next season. At this point in time, things are not looking good for Bowles.

After Week 10’s embarrassing loss to the Buffalo Bills, Todd Bowles chances of being the head coach next season became very slim. The productivity of the New York Jets since his first year has not improved

at all. In his four-year tenure, Todd Bowles record is 23-35 which is nothing worth bragging about. That is not going to win you any brownie points with the front office and keep your job security safe during yet another losing season. Players have the utmost respect for him but it doesn’t show on the field when they are getting beat week after week.

It is hard to watch because of the inability of not coming to compete and making changes while the game is going on. It just seems that the players are starting to check out mentally and look forward to next season. It is hard as a Jets fan to believe in this team because of the same outcome happening for the past few seasons.

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Bowles has regressed in the team winning games or at least trying to do so as they haven’t gotten the job done in any way, shape, or form. He doesn’t show any emotion on mistakes that are happening right in front of him as he just has a look of like he doesn’t know what to do in key situations during a football game.

Due to having a brand new future franchise quarterback in town, it’s best the Jets bring in a new head coach that is offense-oriented. That way, it would be a heavier emphasis and priority compared to what has been an issue for years now under Bowles in knowing how to run and coach an offense.

Bowles is a very good defensive-minded coach but does not have what it takes to be a successful head coach. It’s time the Jets moved on and not allow Bowles to continue having this team on the outside looking in.

Overall, time is ticking for Bowles and his tenure with the team. The Jets surprisingly didn’t make any coaching moves during their bye week but come season’s end, it’s time they make the necessary changes to put the franchise in a better direction for the future. It’s time to get rid of Bowles and bring in someone who can push the envelope offensively.

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