Found November 12, 2011 on
Some things in life are just better in twos: socks, gloves, Miller High Life's and the Jets and Patriots playing each other. With no disrespect to the team's in Pittsburgh and Baltimore but the rivalry between New York and New England may just be the best in the sport.With only their record and standing in the AFC East serving as similarities, the Jets and Patriots are polar opposites. The Jets are the plagued have-nots; their history filled with stories of being this close and other near misses. Currently, they are the out-spoken, hard-nosed personification of head coach Rex Ryan's ego...
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Rex Ryan seems to not have fully worked on his cursing or anger management issues. Following The Jets being embarrassed by the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football, Rex was walking off the field and was asked by a fan: “Hey Rex, Belichick is better than you.”
Rex Ryan responded as only Rex Ryan can: ”Shut the f*ck up.”
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Well this is great. After being embarrassed YET AGAIN by the New England Patriots, this time in your own building, after calling for the fans to show up and be great, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has a little something to say to a Patriot fan as he is walking with his team into the locker room after the loss. Check it out.
If you’re deaf, dumb or stupid this is what was...
No coach or player in sports loves a good guarantee more than Rex Ryan. For whatever reason, the Jets coach just isn’t comfortable letting the season play out. He has to make an attempt at predicting the outcome. When the Patriots handed it to New York on Sunday night, a different Rex than the one [...]
The NFL is looking into an Internet video that appears to show New York Jets coach Rex Ryan using an obscenity while angrily responding to a fan after the team's 37-16 loss to the New England Patriots. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello says Monday that the league is aware of the 48-second video, which shows the Jets walking off the field Sunday night.
Rex Ryan curses at a fan after Jets lose.
I’ve been sent this multiple times this morning so here it is. What a dejected looking crew coming off the field eh? I have to say I enjoy Rexy firing back like that. He is who he is!
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PFT: The NFL is investigating a video of Rex Ryan's apparent cursing of a fan. Apparently he joins Bill Belichick in using salty language.
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The Patriot bags...