Robert Saleh’s hiring alleviated an incredible raw spot for Jets fans. He was the darling of the ball and somehow he chose the ugly duckling. After a decade of losing and a basket full of humiliating experiences that are usually on repeat nationwide, this seemed like the most unlikely marriage. He had never been a head coach but he was well respected as a leader, and had been part of several successful regimes throughout his 17 years in the NFL. He has a plan but this undertaking at this juncture needs execution.
Zach Wilson is the unquestioned point of the spear for these New York Jets, his prosperity would change the Franchise forever but for him to take flight Saleh and his coaches need to direct his path, skillfully putting him in a position to not only grow unimpeded but also with an eye on consistently. Injury has laid a huge role in the Jets young QB’s never playing a full season therefore never being able to squeeze every last bit of experience needed to take the next step. That lack of consistency in even the most mundane has been an Achilles heel for this organization and the coaches have to create an environment to thrive but one that will diminish the chances of injury.
Robert Saleh’s plan has to come into focus for the side of the ball he is most famous for. He has very experienced high-level coaching assistants there who are capable to carry out his plans but are these plans. If we are to believe what we’ve heard from this staff it’s never group think so it’s not one mans say so and everyone follows, an incredible number of these coaches played in the pros but also have ties to Robert and his mantra. This means that whatever plan there is hasn’t been arrived at lightly but through a series of serious reflection and consideration involving the pouring of every man’s input. From our perch, we get to question these plans but I think there will be enough time to criticize. Let’s these men lead