32. Robert Saleh, New York Jets
The lack of overall talent on the Jets’ roster has Saleh kicking off this list. In Year 1, Saleh guided New York to a 4-13 record while ranking 28th in scoring (18.2 points per game) and last in points allowed (29.6). One would be hard-pressed to think the Jets will make a dramatic improvement in 2022. New York currently owns the No. 4 pick in the ’22 draft, and there are needs aplenty, so Saleh’s work still remains cut out for him. Massive improvements from QB Zach Wilson would certainly make Saleh’s job significantly easier.
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