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New York Jets’ Adam Gase says playcalling now ‘a collaborative effort’ – ESPN

Jets coach Adam Gase said Monday his team’s offensive playcalling is a “collaborative effort” between himself and offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains.

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New York Jets coach Adam Gase, who presides over the worst offense in the NFL, doesn’t want to say who’s calling the plays because he believes it puts his team at “a competitive disadvantage.”
Gase wants to keep opponents guessing, the same opponents who have held the Jets to a league-low 14 points per game.
“It’s a collaborative effort,” Gase said Monday, one day after insisting offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains has been calling the majority of the plays in recent weeks even though visual evidence…

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