Former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase takes over at New York Jets

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Gase, who was sacked by the Dolphins after his third season in Miami netted just seven wins, was considered one of the top coaching candidates despite posting back-to-back losing seasons with the Fins. Gase was just 23-25 but won five of six games against the Jets.

However, the Jets weren't discouraged by the Dolphins' stagnant offenses under Gase, and now he'll get another chance to prove that earlier hype was warranted.

Dowell Loggains, Gase's offensive coordinator in Miami this season, is expected to join him in NY, according to multiple reports.

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Gase, 40, was considered the next great offensive mind in the league when the Dolphins hired him in 2016. He led Miami to a playoff appearance in his first year, however posted losing records in each of his final two campaigns, including a 7-9 mark in 2018.

According to Breer, Gase is expected to hire Dowell Loggains as offensive coordinator.

Former Broncos head coach Vance Joseph is a strong possibility for Gase's defensive coordinator, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.

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Miami faces the Jets twice a year, as both are in the AFC East.

Former Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is reportedly "only" interested in the Jets opening, but it remains to be seen how much of that is reciprocated.

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