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That's What They Said: Jets head coach Todd Bowles

Posted Dec 6, 2017

Jets head coach Todd Bowles talks to Denver media about the prospect of facing the Broncos, and he gives his thoughts on the Broncos' secondary as a former defensive back.

Broncos' offense still poses challenges

"They’ve always had a good rushing attack and they have three running backs that can tote the ball. I’m sure they’re going to run the football, but they also have two great receivers. It’s going to be a tough game."

Bowles knows Siemian can still be dangerous

"At the beginning of the season, he got off to a great start winning three ball games. They ran into some rough times a little bit here and there, but Trevor is smart. He’s a bright quarterback. He’s a good quarterback. There are some throws that he’d like to have back, but I know he can light us up at any time. We’re preparing to see the guy that played the first part of the season."

Former DB Bowles admires Broncos' secondary

"They’re all pretty good. They have great man corners but their zone corners as well. The best thing they can do is tackle. They have a great instinct. That’s impressive. So I can’t say one is better than the other. They’re all different from each other, but they’re all very good."

Bowles offers perspective on Broncos' season

"I don’t know if I’m great at giving advice (laughing). Everybody’s season is different. All we can do as coaches is keep our heads down and grind. Maybe it will turn. Just keep your head down and work, get the guys better and go from there. That’s all we can do as coaches."

Josh McCown providing leadership for Jets

"He has done an outstanding job for us on the field. He’s like a coach on the field for us. He’s a great locker room guy as well. He helps bring the team together. [He's] one of the leaders of our team. He’s done wonders for us this year."

Jets paid no mind to preseason expectations

"We haven’t worried about what people expected of us. We have expectations of our own. Going into this season, it wasn’t anything different. There is going to be outside noise. We just tuned it out and tried to keep working and keeping our heads down."

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