Found January 20, 2012 on The Rap Sheet:
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 Wait, you thought we’d go the whole week without Jets coach Rex Ryan chiming in? That his least-favorite team, the Patriots, are playing his old team, the Ravens, and he won’t offer a prediction? No chance. He did a conference call with season-ticket holders spoke to WFAN Radio, and per the NY Daily News, Rex weighed in with a prediction. “First off, the Ravens are going to win this game,” Ryan told WFAN. “I think Terrell Suggs might be the difference in this game…. Let’s face it: I’m cheering for the Ravens.” Yeah… considering how well his predictions have gone, I don’t know if this is a good sign or bad sign. I mean, he’s due. But he’s been wrong so much. Anyway, I asked ex-Jets safety and now Patriots starter James Ihedigbo for his thoughts on Rex’s prediction. “Who cares?” Ihedigbo said with a shrug. And that about sums it up.
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