Saleh asked about his goal for 2022 Jets Dan Leberfeld

During a recent conference call with season ticket holders, Jets coach Robert Saleh was asked by one – “It’s only February, but it’s about next season and a measuring stick. What do you view as a successful season?”

“So that’s where we get cliche-ish – obviously the goal of every team is to win the Super Bowl,” Saleh said. “Really only one team that’s happy at the end of the season. There are teams that are satisfied and there are always teams that are wanting more and other teams that are really angry with what happened. But there’s really only one happy team.”

There’s nothing cliche about that.

That should be every team’s goal, every year.

The NFL isn’t a developmental league. The tickets are too expensive for that.

So in 2022, especially after 11 years out of the playoffs, while it might be a stretch to say the Jets can go to the Super Bowl, at the very least, they need to break their playoff dry spell.


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