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LANDOVER, Md. - In his own colorful way, Rex Ryan expressed his latest thoughts on the New York Jets' playoff...
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When your problem is your running back scoring a touchdown, you know you’re in good shape.New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan was not happy with running back Shonn Greene scoring his 3rd TD of the game on Sunday in the Jets 35-19 victory over the … [visit site to read more]Rex Ryan not happy with Shonn Greene - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs...
SportsNite from last night along with some soundbites of Rex Ryan talking about his defense.
Here were the Redskins’ sacks-by-game before this week: 4, 3, 1, 7, 2, 4, 2, 2, 2, 4, 2. That’s an average of three a week.
In fact, the team entered Sunday’s game tied for first in the NFC in sacks, and tied for third in the NFL. In sacks-per-pass attempt, the Redskins were atop the NFC by themselves.
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LANDOVER, Md. — Rex Ryan has taken great pleasure across his first two-plus years in charge of the Jets in trying to distance himself from the ghosts that have haunted the franchise so often in the past.
For decades, the Jets were saddled with a reputation for being awful season closers...
Rex Ryan admitted that it was his idea to incorporate more Wildcat plays during the Jets’ 34-19 win over the Redskins on Sunday. Gang Green dusted off plays reserved for Brad Smith last year with a fair amount of success. Shonn Greene even scored one of his three touchdowns on a Wildcat ...
Even though the win was nice and kept the team alive, Rex not happy in the closing moments of the game when Shonn Greene’s final score exposed players unnecessarily to injuries.
“That was something that I was a little bit upset with because for the simple fact that we had to go back and play defense and cover a kick,” Ryan said. “Sometimes I’ve seen guys get injured in...
IT ISN’T EASY being Rex Ryan, a natural innovator who has tried to do things differently now for three seasons. That’s the catch, of course. After three years, what’s new to do?
There are some who can’t get beyond the bluster, or the swagger, or the confidence that usually borders on arrogance and sometimes spills across state lines. That is the thing about Rex Ryan: He can come across as a cartoon, a caricature, and that tends to obscure something:
Rex Ryan ‘more comfortable’ with S Jim Leonhard returning punts [NJ]
Are the Jets Back? [NY Times]
Westerman Provides Shot In Arm To Linebackers [Turn On The Jets]
Matt Slauson said Jets pressed ‘panic button’ after loss to Denver [NJ]
Ryan admits being more involved in offense [SportingNews]
Kerley fumble costs return job [ESPN]
The regular Jets offense isn’t too dynamic, so Rex Ryan made a request of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer last week. More Wildcat! The team practiced it all week and used it quite a bit against Washington with average results. The Jets ran seven times out of the formation for 26 yards, including a touchdown by…
I’d like to get him around here more … I’m going to try to keep him here, but we’ll see if his wife will let him.”
– Rex Ryan on Tom Moore’s time with the team to the Star-Ledger
Red Sox fans got used to Terry Francona's "close to the vest" way of handling his business during his time as manager in Boston. That's all likely to change, however, with the arrival of Bobby Valentine as the new Sox skipper. WEEI's Mike Mutnansky is thrilled about the prospects of having Valentine in Boston for the foreseeable future, as Mut thinks Valentine...
By: Rich Bergeron
We’ve seen a crotch kick, an arm stomp, late hits, helmet to helmet launches, and even Jets Coach Rex Ryan cursing at spectators. Flags are flying on NFL fields from coast to coast this year for questionable hits, and the old highlight reel collisions are no longer legal. Players are still getting hurt, and many are playing hurt. From Cowboy QB Tony Romo taking...
Picture this scenario for the New York Jets: at about 7 PM this Sunday night, they sit at 8-5 and in complete control of their own playoff destiny. If they win out, they will be in. No scoreboard watching. No worrying about another team giving them help.
It isn’t that far fetched.
The New York Jets host the Kansas City Chiefs at 1 PM, in a game that they should win. Considering...