Robert Saleh says he “takes receipts” from those who make fun of the New York Jets, and will share them after the transformation

FLOREHAM PARK, NJ – Under siege after one loss, New York Jets coach Robert Saleh hit back at his team’s critics on Monday, vowing to hold them accountable when the time comes.

Salih said of the transformation, “I know it’s going to happen, and we all get receipts from all the people who are constantly making fun of and saying we’re not going to do anything. I’m getting the receipts and I’ll be more than happy to share it with you all when it’s all said and done.”

It was an unusually strong talk from Saleh, who played his offensive poorly on Sunday in a 24-9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. He admitted that the challenge of revitalizing the Jets was “onerous”, but expressed confidence in his ability to do so despite 14 losses in his first 18 matches.

It would be valid without the midfielder Zach Wilson (knee) for at least two more matches. Wilson will start throwing receivers this week in light solo training, but he’s still not ready for full training.

On Sunday, fans cheered for the popular third stringer Mike Whitebut the aircraft are expected to adhere Joe Flacco, whose inability to move was a factor in the loss. He was fired three times and hit 11 times behind a leaky attack line. Saleh opened the door a bit, though, adding, “I won’t promise you anything, but as of now, Joe is the starting quarterback” for Sunday’s game on the road against the Cleveland Browns (1-0).

“It’s likely to be Joe, but the door is open to every position every week,” Saleh said, possibly shortening Flacco’s contract.

Nothing has gone right for the planes in recent weeks. They lost Wilson in pre-season, losing twice to start (maki picton And the Duane Brown) to injuries and playing dirty football against the crows, angering the fan base.

The Jets have not played in the playoffs in 11 years and haven’t had a successful season since 2015.

“It’s exhausting,” Saleh said. “It’s exhausting for coaches. It’s stressful for ownership. It’s stressful for you guys to keep writing about losers. It’s stressful for fans. It’s stressful for everyone, and nobody wants to lose.”

The goal is to “speed up the process and win right away,” Saleh said, and blamed the coaches. At the same time, he noted that the list is full of young players in key positions. He said they should “grow up fast”. The Jets were rebuilding under the direction of Year 4 General Manager Joe Douglas, with little to show for it.

“There is nothing worse than selling a bill of goods in the future,” said Saleh, who said he thought he had a “fantastic” roster with enough talent to win. “Everyone wants the stuff now. It’s like an instant coffee press.”

There were the defense’s bright spots, which pinpointed the Heavy Ravens at 63 yards. Defensive handling Quinn Williams They said they had “the attributes and the blueprint to be a dominant defense in this NFL.”

The offense was a different story, plagued with four missed passes, two turnovers and missed chances in the scoring area. Flacco passed for 307 yards, but took 59 attempts — more than a Jets quarterback in 11 years. The crowded MetLife Stadium wanted White, who was 1-1 last season in two full games.

“There’s a reason he called him Cool Joe,” in the middle Conor McGovern He said from Flaco. “I don’t think Joe has let anything like that affect him.”