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The Penalty Flag:
Rex Ryan’s ‘all in’ speech came the day after the New York Jets suffered an embarrassing 30-9 loss to their divisional rivals at home. The loss dropped the Jets to 3-5 and sidelined their playoffs hopes.
“We have to be all in,” Ryan said. “The only chance we have is we are 100% all in and let’s put it out there. If we don’t play better you can forget about anything. I want them to step away (during the bye week) and come back with that mentality.”
The term “All In” is from reminiscent from a pre-playoffs speech, given by Gian-Paul Gonzalez, a New Jersey High-School Teacher, to the Giants in late December 2011.… Read more
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