This is the life of an NFL head coach: Crisis management is the first thing you must master.

Saleh didn’t score a touchdown, complete a pass

or make a tackle in the Jets’ 31-10 win over the Bears on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

But he masterfully set the table for the critical win that moved the Jets to 7-4

and allowed them to remain in contention in the AFC East.

For years, we’ve watched weeks like this past week go sideways on the Jets.

Saleh navigated some tricky waters and kept the season afloat —

— and now the Jets are sailing ahead with some momentum.

The Jets will be playing meaningful games in December in large part because of the job Saleh has done this season.

They won Sunday’s game going away against an injury-riddled Bears team in part thanks to Saleh

and his decision to bench 2021 No. 2 overall draft pick Zach Wilson in favor of Mike White.

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