When you only go 5-11 for the year, expect changes to be made.

Some had speculated that Head Coach Todd Bowles would be out after only two seasons, but that does not seem to be the case.

Instead, it was Bowles doing the firing.

The NY Daily News is reporting Tuesday that Todd Bowles has let go quarterbacks coach Kevin Patullo, running backs coach Marcel Shipp, defensive line coach Pepper Johnson, defensive backs coach Joe Danna and outside linebackers Mark Collins.

The big news is that Offensive Coordinator Chan Gailey is retiring. Gailey claims he told Bowles before the season he'd retire at year's end.

Regardless, many saw the parting of ways coming, considering that Jets finished 26th in the league in offense in 2016, and 30th in scoring. This was a year of big expectations, after the Jets set a franchise-record 5,925 yards and scored 387 points just the year before.

The biggest enigma was quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. After setting a franchise record in 2015 with 31 touchdowns, Fitzpatrick ended up throwing seventeen interceptions and was benched twice.

Of course that sort of performance came after the whole holdout and $12 million contract signing.

As far as the future, ESPN is reporting that the Jets are showing interest in Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo for the position. He would be their sixth offensive coordinator in eight years.