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By: Billy Riccette
Jets head coach Robert Saleh responded to the criticism made by Broncos head coach Sean Payton regarding current Jets offensive coordinator and former Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett and his handling of the team last season, calling it “one of the worst coaching jobs” in NFL history.
Saleh seems to be embracing the hate. “As far as what we have going on here, I kind of live by the saying, ‘If you ain’t got no haters, you ain’t poppin’, so hate away,” Saleh said.
“Obviously we’re doing something right if you’ve got to talk about us when we don’t play you until Week 4.” (Saleh probably meant to say Week 5.)
Saleh knows there’s a big target on the back of his team. He’s just seemingly taking things day by day.
“There’s a lot of people hatin’ on us and a lot of people looking for us to fail,” he said. “There’s a lot of crows pecking at our neck. But all you can do is spread your wings, keep flying high until those crows fall off and suffocate from the inability to breathe.”
The popcorn continues to grow and Week 5’s matchup in Denver could be a rather interesting one.
Originally posted on Jets Wire