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A tired-looking Rex Ryan returned from Seattle after what he described as a long night following the Jets 28-7 loss to the Seahawks Sunday. But even in his fatigue, Ryan stressed essentially what he had last night: the quarterback situation, and the wildcat situation, will not change as a result of the demoralizing loss in Seattle.
Asked if it is time to give up on the wildcat, Ryan said no. Each week there is a time and a place (for it), the coach said. He noted that the Jets themselves have been burned by zone-read plays this season evidence that a dose of wildcat can succeed in the NFL, despite the lack of a track record by Gang Green.
It sounds like it wont be less Tim Tebow, but it wont be more of him either. We do run wildcat. That's part of what we do, said Ryan. Does that mean Mark Sanchez isn't going to be on the field? No. Mark doesn't run the wildcat. Source: New York Daily News Attached Thumbnails
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Florham Park, N.J.: Sometimes you have to know when to keep quiet.Rex Ryan stepped to the podium today and almost, repeat almost, didn't feed into answering questions about an article put out by the New York Daily News that said about a dozen players anonymously said Tim Tebow simply isn't good enough to start."First off, if a player doesn't put their name to something...
After the Jets loss to the Seahawks Sunday, Rex Ryan went all Dick Vermeil again:
In his postgame address to the team, Ryan got so emotional that he actually cried, according to several players....
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STAND BY YOUR QB
Antonio Cromartie did not mince words when coming to the defense of the team's quarterback, saying the following about Mark Sanchez detractors: "They can kiss my a**."
Rex Ryan spent the morning with his team addressing anonymous players talking trash about one another in the media, Conor Orr of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
"We're not going to say 'Hey this is what we're saying to the media, this is what we're telling everybody,'" Rex Ryan said. "We're not always going to be lined up ... we're going...
The Jets were so utterly inept on offense Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks that it moved Rex Ryan to tears.
In his postgame address to the team, Ryan got so emotional that he actually cried, according to several players. He was everything in the locker room -- mad, frustrated, urging and harsh. According to players, he asked the pointed question, "When are you guys going...
How would you like to be the CBS intern that watched every New York Jets game this season to keep track of animated reactions for Rex Ryan to come up with this stat? I suppose it has to beat watching every New York Jets game this season to keep track of Tim Tebow Wildcat plays or terrible Mark Sanchez interceptions.
Ladies and gentlemen, your 2012 New York Jets.
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I really don’t like the Jets, mostly because they are blinded by their own arrogance. Last year Rex Ryan continued to tout his team as a Super Bowl contender instead of paying attention in the clubhouse. They rewarded a mediocre quarterback coming off a disappointing season with a contract extension. They declare that they are a ground-and-pound team despite not having personnel...
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They have already lost Santonio Holmes and Darrelle Revis to season-ending injuries. There is the spectacle that the trade for Tim Tebow has become.
Now, according to ESPN New York, things got so bad Sunday for the New York Jets after their loss to the Seattle Seahawks, as head coach Rex Ryan was driven to tears by several different things. Ryan was quoted...
Per a report from CNN’s Sports Illustrated, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan thinks the player(s) who called Tim Tebow “terrible” are “a cowardly thing.” Ryans comments are in response to an earlier report of over a dozen Jets players and members of the organization anonymously criticizing Tebow. Ryan is absolutely right; if you want to call Tebow terrible, be like the...
After another loss to the hands of the Seattle Seahawks 28-7, The New York Jets fall to 3-6 and last place in the AFC East. Playoffs are slipping out of reach and when asked about the quarterback position Rex Ryan after the game say's he's sticking with Mark, who according to Rex gives the Jets the best chance to win. The Jets have scored 1 offensive Touchdown in 2 games...
As the Jets offense continues to struggle while the losses pile up, we wonder about what this will mean at seasons end for both Rex Ryan and Mark Sanchez. The Jets starting QB is once again demonstrating poor body language and self admittedly has become affected by the Tebow substitutions, leading to making too many poor decisions at crucial times.
Ryan meanwhile, is defiantly sticking...
Earlier today, we discussed the New York Daily News report about several members of the New York Jets that ripped teammate Tim Tebow, anonymously. We, like many others, called the players cowards. In fact, we went as far to call them gutless. Well, someone on the Jets didn’t take too kindly to the choice made [...]
It's not easy being an NFL head coach, especially when anyone and everyone can create not-so-glowing tribute Web sites demanding your job. Andy Reid, Norv Turner, Rex Ryan and Ron Rivera are just four of the coaches suffering this fate.
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By BARRY WILNER AP Pro Football Writer The numbers and their recent level of performance indicate the New York Jets are done for 2012.
Their comments say otherwise.
Somehow, in the wake of two awful outings in losses to Miami and Seattle, the Jets talk about remaining confident, about turning things around, about eliminating the mistakes that are...