Originally written on Helmet2Helmet  |  Last updated 11/17/14
After watching Tim Tebow lead what some are calling ‘The Drive II’ against his brother’s Jets, Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan noted that Denver’s offensive schemes are sick. And he doesn’t mean that in the good way. Per ESPNDallas.com, Ryan said Friday that witnessing Tebow and the Broncos’ unorthodox, college-oriented style of offense on Thursday night made him lose his lunch (and possibly his dinner, too.) “It made me, uh, throw up,” Ryan said, pausing mid-sentence to make a vomiting motion. “That stuff comes into play. You get that crap. I don’t like it because it’s college football. The things you see a lot of spread. We’re getting a lot of two tight ends blocking for empty sets. “Who would have ever thought that? This is the NFL. Those teams don’t win.”
7 Comments:
  • Ryan should worry about his dallas offence and his own job, and shut the large bearded crap.
  • Yes he should be sick because his brother lost. and where was his brothers defense dad must be laughing
  • Innovative strategies are what make the NFL the NFL. The Jest should have lost the game, and they did (yes, I said Jest). Mark Sanchez was tossed around like a rag doll by Von Miller! And, for the record, I have lost so many more lunches watching Tony Romo throw away a perfectly good game that the Cowboys should have won. Suck it, Rob Ryan! At least your brother Rex had some class in defeat. GO BRONCOS!!!!
  • It wasn't Tebow that won it.It was the Bronco defense.
  • Oh come on really Ryan, 'That's what they do in college, this is the NFL'? What they do in the NFL is win or loose. Denver won your brothers team lost and that's that. Now you can vomit for the right reason.
  • The Jets d gave this one away, and left Sanchez out to dry. Tebow is a nice kid,and will someday, with the right training be really good.Rob must have a lot of time on his hands if hes talkin smack instead of watchin tape.
  • As fat as Ryan is, he could stand to lose a lunch or two.

    People act as though this is the first time a offense was developed around one player.

    Give this guy a chance to play. If Green Bay didn't give a struggling quarterback a chance after the Falcons dumped him, Brett Farve would be a future Hall of Famer.
MORE FROM YARDBARKER

Michael Vick: Jameis Winston is the future of the NFL

Report: No NFL team is moving to Los Angeles in 2015

Report: 49ers looking for young, offensive mind as next coach

Sheldon Richardson: I'm on the same level as JJ Watt

Kendrick Perkins: Rajon Rondo wanted out of Boston

Report: Jim Harbaugh being encouraged to take Michigan job

LIKE WHAT YOU SEE?
GET THE DAILY NEWSLETTER:

Three quarterbacks who could be traded this offseason

Wolves trade Corey Brewer to the Rockets

Yankees trade Prado to Marlins for Eovaldi in 5-player deal

Brandon Browner fined $8K for throwing Brandon Gibson to turf

Report: Sharper, NFLers called spiked drinks 'horny juice'

Rex Ryan: My wife could coach Tom Brady

Steve Alford: Kentucky is best team I've coached against

Peyton Siva jokes that Rick Pitino is in the mob

WATCH: Montrezl Harrell ejected for throwing punch

UNC wearing Jordan-era throwback uniforms

Brian Kelly: Justin Brent gets 'distracted,' is in my doghouse

Five free agent signings that should happen in 2015

Reporter asks Rajon Rondo awkward question about trade

Video: Swaggy P elbows Steven Adams in throat, gets ejected

Video: Grizzlies buy car for assistant who had his stolen

Video: LeBron takes pass to the face from Dion Waiters

New video of Ray Rice incident emerges

President Obama calls James Franco “James Flacco”

NFL News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

By clicking "Sign Me Up", you have read and agreed to the Fox Sports Digital Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. You can opt out at any time. For more information, please see our Privacy Policy.

Vick: Winston is the future of the NFL

No NFL team in LA next season?

UNC rocking Jordan-era throwbacks

Reporter asks Rondo awkward question

Three quarterbacks who could be traded this offseason

Jon Lester and the Cubs

Report: NFL players used 'horny juice'

Top 10 worst NBA related commercials of all-time

Phelps gets probation for DUI

NFL coaches on hot seat in Week 16

The Roy Williams-Terrell Owens horse collar turns 10

Most underpaid NFL players in 2014

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.