Since Adam Gase has been the head coach of the New York Jets, he has overseen the worst team in football by nearly every metric.

The team’s offense has ranked 32nd in each of his two seasons, he has driven multiple stars out of town, and the Jets have lost all five games this season by at least two scores. The resume is, simply put, awful:

Yet, somehow, Gase has not only kept his job (for now), he has seemingly brainwashed the entire organization.

Instead of firing Gase as he ruins Sam Darnold, Jets CEO Chris Johnson called his head coach a “brilliant offensive mind.”

General manager Joe Douglas continues to stand by him, even though he didn’t hire him. On Tuesday, Douglas finally acquiesced to Gase’s wishes and released Le’Veon Bell. Things aren’t going well:

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Still, Gase continues to place the blame on everybody besides himself for the team’s struggles.

He did briefly consider changing up the play-calling responsibilities earlier this week, then claimed his coaching staff believed he was the right man for the job:

“We talked about it as a staff,” Gase claimed, via Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. “None of the guys thought that was the right move to make. Just talking with those guys and seeing if we needed to make changes in that area. Nobody thought that was the reason why anything is going the way it’s going.”

On Thursday, Jets offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains validated Gase’s claim by stooging for his boss:

Not a great look for the New York Jets.