New York Jets to Interview Buffalo Bills Quarterbacks Coach for OC

The New York Jets will look to their division rival in the hopes of fixing their offensive struggles. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Jets will interview Buffalo Bills quarterbacks coach Joe Brady for their offensive coordinator vacancy.

Brady joined the Bills in 2021, so his influence on quarterback Josh Allen's development into a franchise passer is relatively limited. Brady previously served as offensive coordinator for the Carolina Panthers from 2020 to 2021, leading the team to the 24th most points in the league in his first year before ultimately being fired after scoring the fourth fewest points in the league in 2021. He also served as an offensive assistant for the New Orleans Saints from 2017 to 2018.

Brady stumbled in his first shot at calling plays for an offense, but he has spent plenty of time learning under great head coaches. Sean McDermott's Bills have been one of the NFL's dominant teams this year, leading the AFC in point differential. Sean Payton's Saints finished third and second in points scored in Brady's two years as an assistant. It's possible Brady's best years are still ahead of him.

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