Jets head coach Todd Bowles believes his team will perform better than anyone is expecting them to this season, per ESPN's Rich Cimini.
Bowles spoke to Mike Francesa on WFAN radio at camp Monday, and gave the Jets' fan base an encouraging message.
"I would tell them that we're not going to be a terrible team," Bowles said. "We're going to come out there and fight, and blood, sweat and tears will go out to the city and our fans, and we're going to win more games than everybody ever expected."
Critics may not see the Jets as a winning team, but Bowles is not concerned with what other people think about his team. He believes his roster is clicking, and he is enjoying every minute of the new season.
"This is probably my most enjoyable year right now," he said. "I feel that good about it. I feel great about the guys, I feel the chemistry is good. I'm happy to come to work every day. I always have been, but right now this has been my most enjoyable year."
After posting a 10-6 record in his first season with the Jets, Bowles' squad went 5-11 last year. Vegas odds have the Jets doing worst this season at 4-12.