After the Jets fired him, Adam Gase will look for work next week, which is almost certain. There is some heated discussion in Boston, and the Patriots may think he is their new quarterback coach. Jedd Fisch (Jedd Fisch) just left the position to serve as the head coach of the University of Arizona.
It makes sense to see Gas land in New England. He and Josh McDaniels can be traced back to 1999, when they were both low-level aides to Nick Saban employees at Michigan State University. When McDaniels was the head coach, Gase was the relay coach at McDaniels in Denver. Patriots coach Bill Belichick has always been very happy with Gase because he appeared again on a conference call with Jet reporters on Tuesday.
“I think Adam has done a good job this year in continuing to improve his team through coaching,”
Compared with whether the Patriots want Gas, the bigger question is whether Gas can lay down his pride under the leadership of McDaniels. Gas has served as head coach for five seasons. His jet contract has two years left, so he will make money. Being a coach again will undoubtedly take a toll on his self-esteem, especially among those he worked for ten years ago.
Ghaith may not have many other options, but Jet fans are still unlikely to see him on the sidelines in New England next year.