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Rex Ryan joined Michael Kay on 1050 yesterday to talk about the Jets win, cleaning some things up, making a playoff push and much more.
1050 ESPN – Rex Ryan 12/5
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Here is New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan speaking to the team after Sunday’s victory over the Washington Redskins.<img
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No sacks…great o-line play…Aaron Mayhem getting to Rex Grossman…sound like a victory to me. Hear Rex’s take in the link.
On any injury updates from the game…
I think with Joe (McKnight), I’m not sure what the MRI showed, I know he had one and was on his way back. Again, it sounded like a hyper-extended elbow. We’ll see how it is. Obviously, if you’re a running back, you have to be able to grip the football and protect it. So that’s something. Jason Taylor played with a hyper-extended elbow...
The Wildcat formation made a surprise return to the Jets' gameplan on Sunday against the Redskins, a playbook wrinkle coach Rex Ryan took credit for on Tuesday.
Even though the win was nice and kept the team alive, Rex not happy in the closing moments of the game when Shonn Greene’s final score exposed players unnecessarily to injuries.
“That was something that I was a little bit upset with because for the simple fact that we had to go back and play defense and cover a kick,” Ryan said. “Sometimes I’ve seen guys get injured in...
IT ISN’T EASY being Rex Ryan, a natural innovator who has tried to do things differently now for three seasons. That’s the catch, of course. After three years, what’s new to do?
Picture this scenario for the New York Jets: at about 7 PM this Sunday night, they sit at 8-5 and in complete control of their own playoff destiny. If they win out, they will be in. No scoreboard watching. No worrying about another team giving them help.
It isn’t that far fetched.
The New York Jets host the Kansas City Chiefs at 1 PM, in a game that they should win. Considering...
With the 2011 season on the line in Washington, Rex Ryan unveiled off all things, the Wildcat formation. Doing so with speedster Jeremy Kerley and Shonn Greene at the helm. The results were a success at times, other times not so much. Looking deeper into the message this surprising ploy may have sent, the bigger question is whether or not this wrinkle was a game day stunt or permanent...
By: Rich Bergeron
We’ve seen a crotch kick, an arm stomp, late hits, helmet to helmet launches, and even Jets Coach Rex Ryan cursing at spectators. Flags are flying on NFL fields from coast to coast this year for questionable hits, and the old highlight reel collisions are no longer legal. Players are still getting hurt, and many are playing hurt. From Cowboy QB Tony Romo taking...
Rex Ryan commented earlier this week that he felt comfortable with safety Jim Leonhard returning punts after rookie wide receiver Jeremy Kerley muffed a punt upon his return from a sprained MCL. Despite Leonhard being the DPR (Designated Punt Returner), Kerley is hopeful he can return to the coaches’ good graces, particularly Weshoff’s.
Jets rookie Jeremy Kerley remained optimistic...
No official word on McKnight's hyper-extended elbow
FLORHAM PARK–Yet another comeback win. Everyone should be getting used to those by now. And, it builds character.
OK, I made that last part up.
The biggest news to come out of yesterday’s game is that Rex Ryan said today the Jim Leonhard will now be the team’s primary punt returner. He praised Jeremy Kerley, and talked about how hard he’s worked. “He catches 200 passes...
Darrelle Revis didn’t expect the Jets to be in this situation again — four games left in the season and making a mad dash for the playoffs. It has been the same for the last two years under Rex Ryan.