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One of the worst defensive performances in Rex Ryan’s coaching career turned even worse Tuesday night, when San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers accused the New York Jets of quitting late in Sunday’s 34-0 blowout.
“Yeah, you could see it happening,” Rogers told SiriusXM NFL Radio. “It kind of shocked me because a lot of guys on (our) sideline were saying, ‘They don’t want to tackle, they don’t want to do this, they don’t want to do that.’
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“That’s a Rex Ryan defense,” he continued. “That’s a Rex Ryan team … and his defense, you know, plays throughout. That was the shocking point about it.”
Rogers, who scored on a 51-yard fumble return, also said, “It really kind of shocked me to see that them guys were really just ready to get in the shower.”
Rogers said he knew it was over once they opened a comfortable lead. “I know, looking at their defense, they didn
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Carlos Rogers believes the Jets quit during the team's blowout loss to San Francisco, adding that the Jets defense looked like it "didn’t want to be out there."
After a week four thrashing of the New York Jets, one would think that the 49ers would be done with Rex Ryan’s group for some time to come.
That apparently is not the case as defensive back Carlos Rodgers continues to taunt the Jets.
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Carlos Rogers, the San Francisco 49ers cornerback who returned Santonio Holmes' fumble 51 yards for a touchdown, had a theory why his team crushed the New York Jets 34-0 on Sunday. Rogers thinks Gang Green's defense packed it in early.
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According to Brian Costello of the New York post, during an interview with Sirius XM Radio, San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers said that he got the feeling the Jets defense didn’t want to be on the field anymore during last week’s blow out.
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