There are some reports that confirm this. Connor Hughes of The Athletic mentioned on his podcast that Gase isn’t coming back for 2021. Connor Rogers of Bleacher Report also mentioned that owner Christopher Johnson made it known entirely of Adam Gase’s firing.
It has also been made known by my inside source that general manager Joe Douglas separated himself from Adam Gase amidst an injury investigation hovering over the team.
During Gase’s tenure, the Jets are 9-22. The team started off 2020 with a franchise-record 13 game losing streak. The team recorded their first victory against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 15 with a 23-20 victory. Then, the Jets beat the Cleveland Browns in Week 16 with a 23-16 victory.
Something looked odd as Adam Gase actually began to open the playbook in the last two weeks. Hence, the Jamison Crowder touchdown pass to Braxton Berrios. Could it be that Gase wanted to change the minds of Jets management? That seems to be the case. But, no one can escape the stench of an 0-13 start.
Thankfully, the Jets came to their senses and let this incompetent coach know of his dismissal.