The last two years under Adam Gase have been disappointing for New York Jets fans and front office. Gase knows this for a fact and is expected by many to be fired at the end of the season. Gase has no qualms about this, noting that Jets CEO Christopher Johnson ‘deserves better.'

This season, the Jets remain winless with a 0-13 record. And over the last two years with Gase as head coach, the team carries a horrendous 7-22 record. Per Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post, Gase believes that he failed to live up to his boss' expectations.

“Yes,” he replied. “I’ve tried to figure out where things went wrong, what can we change. You’re trying to evaluate things as you go and adjust to try to fix whatever the issue would be for that month or that three games or four games. At the end of the day, it’s about winning. We haven’t done that. For him not to feel a playoff feel of being competitive in December it’s disappointing to me that we haven’t been able to do that for him.”

Gase shared that he's had the talk with Johnson several times. He's aware that he's continually failed to succeed in his job as New York's coach.

“I’ve told him multiple times [that] he deserves better — especially with how he is with our players, our staff, our coaches, anybody involved in this organization,” Gase said. “I couldn’t ask to work for a better guy.”

Perhaps it's safe to assume that by the end of the season, Gase will no longer be part of the Jets. And he's okay with that. Trevor Lawrence, come on down?