Found November 11, 2012 on Jets Insider.com:
PLAYERS: Rex Ryan
TEAMS: New York Jets
Seattle, WA- Same story, different game, once again the flat out ineptitude of the Jets offense paved the way for yet another blowout loss. A loss that feels very much like the new normal around here."Alright... Obviously that's a brutal loss right there.' Said a teary eyed Rex Ryan. "You know, we had some opportunities, especially early in the game, made some critical errors which we still thought we'd be able to overcome it in the second half, but obviously that wasn't the case.'For the majority of the game the Jets defense was spectacular, the offense however was a complete...
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