We bring you a brand new “Gang’s All Here” podcast after the Jets’ season finally ended Sunday with a 13-6 win over the Bills, wrapping up a 7-9 season.
Post beat writer Brian Costello opens the show breaking down the sloppy win in Buffalo and what the feel was in the locker room after the game. Coz talks about the 6-2 second half of the season, positives to take from the season and looks ahead to what the offseason may look like.
I pop on to give the fans’ perspective of the offseason, a weird feeling of not being happy nor sad as well as Joe Douglas’ important job ahead.
Post football columnist Mark Cannizzaro then drops by the pod, and he talks about his conversation after the game with Jets CEO Christopher Johnson. Cannizzaro evaluates the 7-9 season, why the Jets should keep Le’Veon Bell and not pay Robby Anderson anything more than $10 million per year. He also breaks down the job Douglas has ahead and how the offensive line must be a major focus.
Former Jet Brad Smith then joins the show and speaks about his transition from college quarterback to a NFL receiver, special teams player and being heavily involved in the wildcat. He talks about the good and the bad under head coach Eric Mangini, and the transition from Mangini to Rex Ryan. Smith also had some interesting comments on the transition from the Jets to the Bills.