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It seems impossible, but for the sake of fun, let's not rule it out. Would you want Rex Ryan to come to New England to coach the much maligned Patriots defense? Would Rex want to do that? Would Belichick?  These are the questions we at PatriotsLife had some varying opinions on. Here's a recap of our e-mail debate. Be sure to chime in with your thoughts in the comments section below.James Bucklin:My [arguments against this focuses on] how a loud-mouth like Ryan could never be acclimated into the tight-lipped "Patriot Way." He and Belichick would clash when Ryan tried to get too big for his britches and it would probably end up in an overall messy situation. The first time Ryan spoke out about something another player said or did would probably be the last time since he'd be out the door. Plus, how could Rex ever forgive Welker for all the foot comments?CultofBelichick:First, the foot comments are moot. Rex understands funny, and he knows that was funny. I don...
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