Gase/Williams must be incredibly blunt with Macc Dan Leberfeld

Telling people what you think they want to hear about players doesn’t help a team win on game day.

So Jets new coach and offensive overlord Adam Gase, and his defensive chief Gregg Williams, need to be brutally honest with Jets GM Mike Maccagnan about the players they inherited – the good and the bad.

Sugarcoating things so you don’t hurt the GM’s feelings won’t help the Jets be successful.

If Gase and Williams think certain guys can’t cut it, no matter where they were drafted, or how much they make, they need to tell that to Maccagnan.

They need to keep things real at all times.

No BS-ing.

Keep the best 53, start the best 22 – don’t worry about draft and free agent records.

No politics.


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