Adam Gase after the triumph of Jets: Our job is to attempt to exit and win each week
Jets coach Adam Gase was happy for his players after the team booked their first win of the 2020 NFL season on Sunday.
The Jets stunned Rams 23-20 at SoFi Stadium, making them the first winless team in NFL history to beat a team with more than nine wins on the road.
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However, the result means they will no longer hold number 1 in the 2021 NFL Draft, and that could cost them Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Gase focused on his current squad after a breakthrough.
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"I'm just happy for our guys. They did as great a job as they worked and went through a lot of difficulties," he said at a press conference. "It's been too long to even remember what a win almost feels like. It's great to see these guys so excited."
When asked about the feeling in the changing room, Gase said, "It's lively in there. It's noisy, there are a lot of excited people.
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"We have a long flight back to make it a lot more comfortable."
The win means the Jaguars (1-13) now hold the top pick in the draft, but Gase declined to talk about the draft and Lawrence said, "Our job is to try to go out and win every week . "