Jets will fire Todd Bowles once season concludes, report says

The Jets are expected to fire Todd Bowles once the regular season ends.

According to NFL Media, New York has decided to part ways with the fourth-year head coach. The report comes from unidentified league sources.

Bowles has compiled a 25-35 record in his four seasons leading the Jets. 

“The record says it all,” Bowles said when asked about his performance Friday.

Despite the excitement around rookie quarterback Sam Darnold, the Jets have been underwhelming. Darnold has missed three games but leads the NFL in interceptions with a total of 15. But that isn’t New York’s only problem.

Bowles made a name for himself as a defensive specialist, but the Jets rank 26th in yards allowed per game and 28th in points allowed every contest.

The Jets are out of the playoff hunt so they may want to focus on a fresh start after its final regular season game on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET against the Patriots.