A Jets Writer Is Very Much Regretting His Campaign to Hire the Ex-Dolphins Coach

Bad takes — they happen to the best of us. There is an entire Twitter account devoted to getting a good laugh at how wrong we all are when it comes to sports opinions. Sometimes, though, a take is so predictably bad, so outrageously hideous, that when said take inevitably backfires, we must, by Twitter law, gather to point it out.

Here, ladies and gentlemen, is a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad take concerning former Miami Dolphins coach and current New York Jets coach Adam Gase that has backfired spectacularly in the face of Manish Mehta, a Jets beat writer for the New York Daily News.

Let’s pull the receipts and watch as Mehta finds out in real time that a coach who went 24-31 with the Dolphins might not have been sent from Heaven to save the New York Jets. It’s quite a journey.

It all began before Gase was hired, actually. In January — barely a week after the Dolphins’ season had ended — Mehta penned an article to say that Gase, “a bright offensive mind and terrific leader,” got a raw deal in Miami and would be the perfect man to lead the Jets.

“He’s smart, confident and doesn’t put up with any B.S.,” Mehta wrote. “He realizes that a rotten culture will destroy everything. He’s got no time for knuckleheads. The Jets hit a home run by hiring Adam Gase to be their next coach.”

Soon after the announcement, Mehta fired off a tweet that has become legendary among both Jets fans and Dolphins fans. We haven’t checked the record books, but that seems like something that may have never happened in the history of time.

Fast-forward to this week’s matchup between the Jets and Dolphins, Gase’s first game against his former team. New York is a 1-6 football team that somehow seems more of a complete mess than the Dolphins, who have dedicated the 2019 football season to being as terrible as possible without making it completely obvious that such thing is the goal.

However, the Jets are not only a bad football team, but also they had a pu-pu platter of locker room drama, front-office tug-o-war contests, and all the textbook passive-aggressiveness that comes with Gase. Let’s watch as Mehta finds out for himself what Miami Dolphins fans could have told him ten months ago: Gase ain’t it, chief.

Bad takes — they happen to the best of us. There is an entire Twitter account devoted to getting a good laugh at how wrong we all are when it comes to sports opinions. Sometimes, though, a take is so predictably bad, so outrageously hideous, that when said take inevitably backfires, we must, by Twitter law, gather to point it out.

Here, ladies and gentlemen, is a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad take concerning former Miami Dolphins coach and current New York Jets coach Adam Gase that has backfired spectacularly in the face of Manish Mehta, a Jets beat writer for the New York Daily News.

Let’s pull the receipts and watch as Mehta finds out in real time that a coach who went 24-31 with the Dolphins might not have been sent from Heaven to save the New York Jets. It’s quite a journey.

It all began before Gase was hired, actually. In January — barely a week after the Dolphins’ season had ended — Mehta penned an article to say that Gase, “a bright offensive mind and terrific leader,” got a raw deal in Miami and would be the perfect man to lead the Jets.

“He’s smart, confident and doesn’t put up with any B.S.,” Mehta wrote. “He realizes that a rotten culture will destroy everything. He’s got no time for knuckleheads. The Jets hit a home run by hiring Adam Gase to be their next coach.”

Soon after the announcement, Mehta fired off a tweet that has become legendary among both Jets fans and Dolphins fans. We haven’t checked the record books, but that seems like something that may have never happened in the history of time.

Fast-forward to this week’s matchup between the Jets and Dolphins, Gase’s first game against his former team. New York is a 1-6 football team that somehow seems more of a complete mess than the Dolphins, who have dedicated the 2019 football season to being as terrible as possible without making it completely obvious that such thing is the goal.

However, the Jets are not only a bad football team, but also they had a pu-pu platter of locker room drama, front-office tug-o-war contests, and all the textbook passive-aggressiveness that comes with Gase. Let’s watch as Mehta finds out for himself what Miami Dolphins fans could have told him ten months ago: Gase ain’t it, chief

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