Vance Joseph could end up with the Jets as a defensive coordinator

Vance Joseph could end up with the Jets as a defensive coordinator

Vance Joseph could end up with the Jets as a defensive coordinator

Former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase has agreed to become the new head coach with the New York Jets.

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This season, the Dolphins finished 7-9 and fired Gase the day after the last game. Gase worked with Manning from 2012 through 2014-first as the Broncos' quarterbacks coach, and then as offensive coordinator. Joseph spent time in Cincinnati as a positional coach before being a coordinator in Miami and head coach in Denver. In 2015, Gase took over Chicago's offense and made Jay Cutler into a more consistent quarterback than he had been before. Does Gase have the right demeanor to lead the team? But the team struggled the following year, going 6-10 with quarterback Ryan Tannehill sidelined all season following knee surgery. His teams went 5-1 against the Jets. Darnold missed three games with a sprained foot midway through the season, but in four weeks after returning, he threw for 931 yards, six touchdowns and one interception with one lost fumble, completing 64 percent of his passes.

The hiring was met with some trepidation from frustrated Jets fans, many of whom were pulling for McCarthy, Monken or Rhule to be hired to turn the franchise around and end a Super Bowl drought that's 50 years and counting.

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