4:51 PM ET
With his offense threatening franchise marks for futility, embattled New York Jets coach Adam Gase conceded Monday that it might be time to change the playcaller — meaning himself.
“For the last four years, I’ve toyed with the idea every once in a while,” said Gase, alluding to his time as a head coach. “I mean, I don’t think I’ve ever been opposed to trying something to try to change things up. I’d say everything is on the table at this point.”
Whether he actually relinquishes the duty remains to be seen. It’s important to note he didn’t volunteer the admission; it came in direct response to a question about whether he would consider an overview role as head coach. If he’s being forced to make a change, it would be the first sign from management that it’s unhappy with his performance.
Despite an 0-5 start, and a 7-14 overall record, Gase always has received public support from the Jets’ hierarchy.
“I’m considering everything,” Gase said. “I’m just looking at everything and trying to figure out whatever can help us turn things in the right direction. I’ll be all