After the New York Jets blew a lead late in the fourth quarter at home in Week 16 to the Green Bay Packers, head coach Todd Bowles' fate in New York was sealed. Let's be real, it was likely sealed long before Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers led a vintage drive in overtime to hit wideout Davante Adams for the game winner on Sunday afternoon.

The Jets organization knows they need to hire a new leader to help jumpstart New York's inept offense that came alive this weekend but couldn't finish the job in front of their own MetLife crowd. So the next question is: Who's next in line?

It would not be an offseason of head coach searching in the NFL if current Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh wasn't mentioned.

But according to ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio, an anonymous source disclosed that the Jets franchise will at least consider making the former San Francisco 49ers lead man an offer.

In fact, Florio states that the offer could range up to $7 million per year. It would be hard, however, to lure Harbaugh from his alma mater—being the head coach of the Wolverines is surely his dream job. 

The Jets will have plenty of options with another big name like former Packers coach Mike McCarthy on the market as well, but expect the team to be plenty aggressive this offseason.