‘We were atrocious’: Adam Gase had harsh criticism for the Jets’ offense

The Jets suffered a 30-14 loss against the Patriots on Sunday.

Jets' head coach Adam Gase elaborated on his thoughts on Sunday's 14-30 loss against the Patriots.
Jets' head coach Adam Gase elaborated on his thoughts on Sunday's 14-30 loss against the Patriots. –@nyjets

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After suffering a 30-14 loss to the Patriots on Sunday, Jets head coach Adam Gase gave an honest, but harsh, reaction regarding the team’s lack of offensive execution.

“Offensively, we were atrocious,” he said after the game. “As bad as you can get.”

The Jets struggled to get on the scoreboard for most of the game, scoring only a special teams touchdown in the third quarter and a defensive TD in the fourth. Despite the attempts, Gase was unsatisfied with the team’s performance.

“We would have been all right if we would have executed some of the stuff,” he said. “It’s brutal. It’s like one of those things where it’s infuriating. You’re watching the defense and special teams play as hard as they can, executing what they’re being asked to do and doing it well most of the game, and we’re not holding up our end on offense.”

He thinks that the team needs to focus on “working together” going forward.

“We’ve got to address a few things,” he said. “We’re not in sync, we’re not doing a good job of working together … We’ve got to get that fixed.”