To say things are not good with the Jets right now would be an understatement. You can add locker room discontent to the problems judging from Quincy Enunwa’s postgame interview today.
Quincy Enunwa said he has an idea what’s wrong with the offense, why they have three touchdowns in five games. But he likes that he has a job, and would keep what’s wrong to himself #Jets— Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) December 3, 2018
You sometimes see things like this in the NFL once the train has gone completely off the rails, and that aptly describes the Jets.
Normally I’d say the player should keep this in the locker room, but I can’t criticize Enunwa here. The issues are so numerous and obvious that it would be disingenuous for him to act like all is well.
To me this beats the company line from other members of the locker room that all is well with the Jets, and criticism of the coaching staff is unfair. Talk is cheap. We all see the results on the field, and how this team is responding to the coaching staff. That is much, much more important to consider.