Brian Schottenheimer let go by New York Jets









This was probably inevitable.

Late Tuesday night, the New York Jets announced they will not retain the services of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer for 2012. New York finished 8 and 8 on the season, and ranked 25th overall in offence.

According to ESPN, he’s expected to be replaced by former Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano, and an announcement should be made according to the team, Wednesday.

Schottenheimer was the Jets’ coordinator for six seasons, and assisted Rex Ryan since his head coaching duties started 3 years ago. Ryan stated publicly that he wanted Schottenheimer back for 2012, but clearly didn’t get his wishes.

One thought on “Brian Schottenheimer let go by New York Jets

  1. Schottenheimer is not headcoach material. It was lame for the Jets to even throw that out as an excuse to let him go. Schottenheimer had no pulse for this weak Jets team. He lost respect from his players, coaches and fans. He should have been fired last year when he couldn’t get plays in quick enough on the final drive of the AFC game against pittsburgh when they were running out of time and driving for the game winning score. His dad is the only reason he has been giving a shot in this league anyway. See ya’.

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