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The Jets are slumping badly, but coach Rex Ryan isn't admitting there is bad blood in the Jets' locker room, particularly among the wide receiver corps.
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Wide receiver Derrick Mason never made much of an impact this season with the New York Jets. It was reported that this past weekend Mason was benched because he ended up complaining to Jets head coach Rex Ryan about not getting enough passes thrown his way. Now according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, [...]
After a victory over Rex Ryan and the Jets, Tom Brady is preparing for a defense coached by another Ryan.
Jets center Nick Mangold, still recovering from a high right ankle sprain that he suffered in Week 2's win over Jacksonville, did not practice for the second straight day. Coach Rex Ryan maintained that he expects Mangold to play against the Miami Dolphins on Monday night.
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Rex Ryan changed the culture of the Jets. He became the dominant sports figure here with a big mouth and the ability to back up almost everything that came out of it, making him a hero to Jets fans tired of being irrelevant. Now that the Jets are with the Eagles and Falcons as the most disappointing teams in the NFL, the blame goes right where the credit had gone.
Rex Ryan and the New York Jets left New England searching for their swagger.
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'We're 2-3 right now. That's when you get stronger,' Ryan says
Do you think there is any chance Rex Ryan will give Rob Ryan pointers on what he saw on the field last week?
Joe Namath believes Rex Ryan has been "too darn nice" to the 2-3 New York Jets.
The Jets keep looking dumber and dumber on this Derrick Mason deal, denying the existence or impact of events that surely influence their decision-making process. Rex Ryan, as much as he hates to admit it, turns out to be like most other pro football coaches when the temperature flares. He has his limits.