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Jets S Jamal Adams reacts to Jets's "cumbersome 41-10 losses to bills on Sunday, November 11, 2018, at the MetLife Stadium.
Andy Vasquez, Personnel Writer, @andyvasquez

The Jets is not a shooting trainer by Todd Bowles. At least not right now.

Great pleasure for Angry Jets fans everywhere, Bowles survived Sunday's 41-10 losses to bills, one of the ugliest and most awkward defeats of the last team's history.

Jets, which reached up to a week on the bottom of the stone, seemed the perfect time to make a clean break from Bowles. The Jets is 3-7, definitely miss the repetitive hoops in the fourth regular season in Bowles and the eighth of the current year as a whole. Bowles is an unbelievable trainer who walks, so why wait until the end of the season to make a decision, as the news will do?

Well, according to the NFL network report, Jets does not want to create a "rash" to move.

One might argue that shooting Bowles, which is his fourth season, could hardly be a rash decision. He is 23-35 with Jets and has lost 30 of his last 43 games since the start of 10-5 as the new head coach.

Worse still, Bowles is a mischievous 7-14 record against AFC East – an area that is weak outside the Patriots during his term.

Chief Executive Officer Christopher Johnson told Jets before the season that Bowles would not be judged for victory or gaming mandate, but for the team's progress.

"I'm looking for a team to move forward," said Johnson in September. "But how to judge it, it will be obvious [everyone] and this will be obvious to me. "

Now everyone is clear that the jet is moving in the wrong direction. So, why did Johnson, who was obviously outraged after Sunday's losses on bills, decided to stay at Bowles?

Elijah McGuire goes with a ball from Hillson Phillips from the bills. Sunday, November 11, 2018 (Photo: Kevin R. Wexler / NorthJersey.com)

There are some logistics issues that are currently changing less than perfect. As bad as nozzles, they are not dysfunctional. Sprinkler Bowles in the middle of the season, with your own Players, enthusiastically defending him, can turn into a toxic room in the locker room.

There is also no clear Bowles successor to the staff. Offensive co-ordinator Jeremy Bates can not be named as a coach because she was not able to get offense was a huge cause of team wrestling this season, and some other employees have a gameplay experience.

Jets also have to make decisions with the 21 year old new ascendant Sam Darnold in mind. If they shoot Bowles now, they should do it with a clear plan, as they will bring Darwold to him in the six season games.

But holding Bowles also has its own risks. Darwall has struggled hard in his last three games. What if he continues to regress under Bowles and Bates when he returns from the foot trauma that led him on Sunday? Can they give him away?

Although it's nice that players support Bowles, sometimes players do not know what's best for the team or even for themselves.

Jets Head Coach, Todd Bowles is featured after Jets' loss to bills on Sunday, November 11, 2018. In the second half of the game, some fans screamed for being released. (Photo: Kevin R. Wexler / NorthJersey.com)

If Jets continues to hurt unsuccessful performances, such as Sunday, it can harm players' psyche and thinking style. It can not be good for Darnolt or anyone else. And while Bowles is a coach, members will have constant questions about their coach status.

If Jets continues to lose, it will not be a fun environment for Bowles or anyone else because the season is approaching. But this is the way Johnson has chosen.

Bowles will get the chance to keep a face, even if it's probably too late to save your work.

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