Just two weeks into the season, the calls for Adam Gase‘s head are louder than they have ever been.
And, for good reason. The Jets have gone two straight seasons starting 0-2 with over 150 yards of penalty yardage – that’s something they had only done twice previously in franchise history, the last of which was the 1995 Rich Kotite-led team (1981 being the other). No NFL team has done that in back-to-back seasons since the 2002-03 Lions led by Marty Mornhinweg, who went 5-27.
Of their 120 minutes of game time this season, the Jets have been trailing for 110:37.