Jets CEO raises expectations while joking of bizarre Super Bowl celebration

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Jets CEO raises expectations while joking of bizarre Super Bowl celebration
Jets CEO raises expectations while joking of bizarre Super Bowl celebration

PHOENIX — After spending more than $120 million in free agency, Jets CEO Christopher Johnson expects his team to be better — much better. “I sure as hell hope we're a playoff team,” Johnson said Sunday at the annual league meetings. “Look, I want to win every game. We can't get there fast enough. I've said it before: I'm an impatient man. I want this team to win. I think we have a really good chance to be a quite good team this year.” Johnson said he would not deliver a playoffs-or-else mandate for general manager Mike Maccagnan or new coach Adam Gase, but he clearly has elevated expectations after the team's spending spree. The Jets added running back Le'Veon Bell, linebacker C.J. Mosley and

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