Posted November 27, 2012 on
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After hearing the news that Fireman Ed stepped down from his unofficial position of leading Jets’ fans the famous J-E-T-S Jets! Jets! Jets! chant at home games, head coach Rex Ryan said he was disappointed to hear the news.
Rex on end of Fireman Ed: “I was disappointed bc I love that guy’s passion…I like Fireman Ed & if he could play LB I’d play him” #jets
JETS HEAD COACH 'STUNNED' BY DISMAL PASS RUSH PERFORMANCE BY DEFENSE. FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Rex Ryan was confident in training camp that he was the best defensive coordinator in the game. Not only that, but he beat his chest while defiantly announcing his 2012 defensive unit as the 'best group he's coached' since becoming a head coach.After the New England Patriots...
Rex Ryan is "disappointed" about the retirement of Fireman Ed.
Ed Anzalone, the New York Jets most famous fan, handed in his resignation Sunday night after announcing he would not be appearing at future games wearing his trademark white fireman's helmet — though he would remain a fan.
"I was disappointed because I love that guy's passion and energy...
Rex Ryan is making no guarantees.
No wild predictions or brash declarations these days. But the Jets coach still believes his team has a shot at the playoffs.
That's despite the fact New York is 4-7, coming off an embarrassing loss to New England, and hasn't won two straight games all season.
Hardly the resume of a team with its sights set on playing past Week 17.
Jets guard Brandon Moore said that he is bothered by being associated with the now notorious "butt fumble" play where Mark Sanchez fumbled after running into his backside.
Listen to Steve and me discuss the Jets “Thanksgiving Day Massacre.” Can Mike Tannebaum and Rex Ryan be saved? Hear our thoughts on the end of the Fireman Ed era.
Steve shares his disgust with Jack Taylor’s 138-point NCAA men’s basketball record. He is also not a fan of the Grinnell College system.
Finally, we discuss the first Knicks-Nets game in Brooklyn.
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Fireman Ed Should Buy A Tri-Cornered Hat & Learn The Pats Chant.
The New York Jets went from a “THREAT” to the New England Patriots in the AFC East to an ABSOLUTE JOKE in just four seasons.
How have the MIGHTY have fallen.
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Mark Sanchez gets WORSE every season.
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New York Jets' next game against the Arizona Cardinals in spite of
the backup quarterback's two broken ribs.
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