Todd Bowles Takes Blame After Dolphins Loss


After falling to the Miami Dolphins 34-13, the New York Jets find themselves with a dreadful (4-10). In head coach Todd Bowles first season as head coach, the Jets went a respectful (10-6). Instead of taking a step forward, this franchise is going through a massive decline and Bowles is taking the blame.

“It’s all on me,” Bowles stressed. “I did a terrible job getting these guys ready to play. I thought we were ready to play in the first half. In the second half, as a head coach of this team, that’s not looking very good right now. It’s all a reflection of me. I take full responsibility.”

Reporters asked if it had anything to do with the product on the field.

“No. We need to play better- structured football.”

The Jets will wrap up the season against the Patriots and Bills.

Source: Newsday

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