Why would an experience OC want to come to the Jets with a lame duck HC? Did I mention it’s the Jets? They wouldn’t, especially since the Jets are in QB hell and have no idea who the starting QB for the 2023 season will be. What we do know, if we are willing to believe what we hear from Saleh's mouth, is Zach will be back and we need a QB friendly OC who can develop Zach into a better passer and game manager. Below and in the poll are some names of somewhat proven guys who could just possible be persuaded to be the Jets Assistant HC/OC. I added the assistant HC, because being realistic just OC probably wouldn’t be enough to bring anyone to the Jets, and with both titles they would warrant higher pay. Also, if Saleh falls on his face early next year which is possible, their new position just might warrant an interim HC position. I know it is a long shot, but can you imagine if one of these guys, such as Jay Gruden could actually turn the Jets offense around, or better yet Zach Wilson, they would become instant HC candidates. On with the pipe dream…. The Jets have very limited choices at the OC position, but who would you want if possible? Keep Mike LaFleur Jay Gruden, LA Rams - Offensive Consultant Shane Day, Chargers - Passing game coordinator/Quarterbacks coach Brian Johnson, Eagles - Quarterbacks coach Dan Pitcher, Bengals – Quarterbacks coach Joe Brady, Buffalo – Quarterbacks coach Marc Lubick, Buffalo - Assistant quarterbacks/game management Garrett Riley, TCU – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks coach Other – But be realistic, we are talking about the Jets and possibly Zach Wilson at QB If you pick other, please post your candidate below, I would be interested to see who I missed on.