Some die-hard New York Jets fans set up a GoFundMe page to help fund "loud public messages to ownership that we are fed up." That's in reference to head coach Adam Gase, who is 1-7 in his first season with the team. Well, I'd say they accomplished their goal, as a plane was flown over the George Washington Bridge, carrying a banner that reads, "Fire Adam Gase Now!"
At this point it's becoming increasingly difficult to defend the Jets' head coach, and it seems that fans are far beyond the point of no return when it comes to their desire to see Gase ousted from East Rutherford.
And even if Gase isn't the true problem for the Jets, as the head coach of the team, the blame will be placed squarely on him.
Regardless of who's to blame, the calls for Gase's firing grow with each passing week, and the Jets' recent loss to the then-winless Dolphins was effectively the icing on the cake.
The Jets have an incredibly easy schedule coming up, facing the Giants, Redskins, Raiders, Bengals, and Dolphins over the next five weeks. If Gase can't right the ship on the 1-7 season and pick up a few wins, we might see a Goodyear blimp displaying a similar message in the skies of New York City.