Despite a disappointing season for the New York Jets, head coach Todd Bowles looks like he should be pretty confident in a position for next season.
According to Ian Rapport of NFL Network, the New York Jets are confident in Todd Bowles to remain head coach of the team for years to come.
“They knew this was a rebuilding process when Todd Bowles took over,” Rapport said. “It is simply a matter now of letting him, or not, continue along with that process.”
Despite the security Bowles may have, Rapport cannot say the same for some other members of the squad. Three names he mentioned, in particular, that could be on the move were Brandon Marshall, Darrelle Revis, and Sheldon Richardson. By moving these guys, the Jets can become younger in addition to freeing up some cap space.
Nevertheless, the New York Jets are 3-9 and are all but certainly eliminated from playoff contention with yet another Superbowl-less year. At least head coach Todd Bowles knows he should have nothing to worry about heading into the offseason.