New York Jets: Brian Schottenheimer Will Keep His Job After the Playoffs

January 18, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

One of the Jets' downfalls this season has been their inability to move the football.  During the regular season against teams like the Patriots, Packers and Ravens, the Jets could not move the ball consistently, therefore causing them to lose important games.
Against the Packers, the Jets were shutout, nine to nothing. Against the Ravens, their offense was held to nine points as they lost by one.  While they were successful in their first meeting against the Patriots; they were embarrassed when they traveled to Foxboro and were destroyed 45-3.  
One of the signs that Brian Schottenheimer might be saying goodbye to his offensive coordinator position was when the Jets had their offensive line coach, Bill Callahan, call the shots.
For Schottenheimer, his future rides on whether or not the Jets can defeat the Steelers and the winner of the NFC championship game. The games the Jets have lost (with the exception of Chicago), they've lost because of an inconsist...

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