With the Jets failing to make the playoffs in the last 10 seasons and finishing in the bottom of the AFC East in 6 of the last 8 seasons, making the playoffs seems like wishful thinking. With the new wave of talent being brought in, the Jets chances seem to be steadily increasing.
“I’m really expecting playoffs or bust,” says Mosley to Mark Inabinnett of Al.com. “Obviously that’s my goal every year, but I think it’s something that’s a realistic goal for our entire team and our coaches.”
Last season, under new coach Robert Salah, the
Jets went 4-13. A disappointing season to say the least. Yet the newly acquired talent in Sauce Gardner, Garret Wilson, and Jermaine Johnson II have the team excited for their upcoming season.
Mosley claims his optimism stems from the familiarity the core players have with each other and the scheme. He states, “Last year, everyone was kind of learning the system and learning each other.” This year he believes everyone is two steps ahead comparatively. Players are familiar with the playbook and aren’t consistently asking for help from coaches.
The Jets have had this positive upside before, but have failed to meet expectations. In 2022 Jets fans are hoping for a more positive outcome.
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