The New York Jets interviewed Denver Broncos quarterbacks coach/passing sport coordinator Klint Kubiak for his or her open offensive coordinator place on Sunday, in accordance with NFL Community (through Jets Wire).
New York previously interviewed ex-Denver head coach Nathaniel Hackett for a similar place. The Jets will need to have favored one thing they noticed from the Broncos’ offense in 2022, which is a stunning growth.
Denver averaged simply 19.7 factors per sport final season, tied for the ninth-worst common within the NFL. Hackett’s offense was so poor that he handed over play-calling duties to Kubiak in November in hopes of giving the unit a spark.
Kubiak dealt with play calling from Nov. 20-Jan. 1, then interim head coach Jerry Rosburg gave those duties to offensive coordinator Justin Outten for the ultimate two video games of the season. (Outten, in the meantime, has drawn interest from the Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Rams.)
Kubiak, 35, is the son of Tremendous Bowl-winning coach Gary Kubiak. The youthful Kubiak has spent his complete professional teaching profession with the Minnesota Vikings and Broncos, with one yr of expertise as an offensive coordinator on his resume (2021 in Minnesota).
Denver’s next head coach will doubtless usher in a mostly-new teaching workers, so the Broncos are permitting Outten and Kubiak to interview elsewhere.