Found November 02, 2011 on
T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
There may not be a coach Bill Belichick dislikes more than Rex Ryan, a guy who regularly takes shots at the Patriots' coach in his unceasing quest to beat his AFC East counterpart.
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Like the six wives of Henry VIII, the six cornerbacks of Bill Belichick III (number of his Super Bowl rings) have led brief lives.
If they do not please the kingpin, they are not beheaded. No, nothing quite so drastic as that is the New England Patriot way.
New England combines lynchpin with safety pin, but the safety has become undone most of the time.
When he wasn’t getting grilled about Julian Edelman’s arrest, Bill Belichick was challenged yesterday on another front - the play of cornerbacks Antwuan Molden and Phillip Adams in last Sunday’s 25-17 loss at Pittsburgh.
That Patriots appear to be in good health heading into Sunday’s game with the New York Giants.
Colleague Ian Rapoport, who made the trek to the upper practice fields behind Gillette Stadium, to watch the first part of practice, indicated linebacker Dane Fletcher (thumb) was missing.
Earlier, during his session with the media, Patriots coach Bill Belichick indicated Fletcher’s...
5) Rex Ryan: I don't hate Rex Ryan as much as a lot of people do. Yes, he's a loudmouth, but honestly, I kind of find that refreshing. However, he's a little too much sometimes. The things that come out of his mouth about declaring Super Bowl titles multiple times come off as being the Boy who cries wolf too often . How about when he dresses up for press conferences...
Jets coach Rex Ryan went way back today in complimenting the Bills' defensive front, particularly rookie defensive lineman Marcell Dareus.
Said Ryan: "Dareus reminds me ... the way he's playing and the way Big Wiggle as I used to call him is playing - Dwan Edwards - they remind me of Ron McDole and Tom Sestak, the No. 70 that used to play in the AFL days."
Its strange to write about the Jets heading to lovely Western New York trying to unseat the 1st place Bills. I don’t think words like that have been laid to paper in well over a decade. But nonetheless, the Jets head to Ralph Wilson stadium to try and take down the 5-2 Bills, while rooting for the cross-town Giants to hand the 5-2 Patriots their second loss in as many weeks. With...
Rex Ryan isn't guaranteeing an Oscar for his role in a future Adam Sandler film, but he's wondering if he'll soon be inhabit a list that includes Robert DeNiro.