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Rex Ryan feels that if owner Woody Johnson isn't willing to spend the neccessary money to address player personnel and the offensive coaching staff, they he'd be better off fired. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reported that "If Woody's not willing to do what it takes to fix the team, then (Ryan) knows he's better off being fired," a team source said. "If Woody is willing to eat some money and spend to get us out of this mess, then it's worth staying." Citing unnamed sources, Mehta says Ryan has been telling this to "anyone who would listen." With 'Black Monday' approaching, it sure sounds like Rex is expecting to be fired, and this is his coping strategy. But Ryan does have a point. The Tony Sparano experiment failed miserably, and the offensive problems are well documented, and even though the organization said bringing in Tim Tebow wouldn't be a distraction, look what happened? The Jets offense, the entire team for that matter, needs retooling, but it probably won't be under Rex Ryan's watch. As a consolation prize, Ryan would likely become the most sought after DC in the off-season (where he belongs).
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Following his second consecutive disappointing season at the
helm of the New York Jets, coach Rex Ryan is reportedly telling anyone that
will listen that he’d be better off being fired if the team isn’t willing to “rectify
player personnel and coaching issues on offense,” reports Manish Mehta of the
New York Daily News.
The Daily News has learned that Ryan, the swashbuckling...
With all the importance places on head injuries and concussions in sports over the past few years, all the safety measures in the world don’t help if players aren’t honest about their suffering.
Greg McElroy was sacked 11 times in the Jets’ loss to the Chargers on Sunday, and at some point during the game suffered a concussion — it’s not exactly clear when. McElroy reportedly...
Mark Sanchez will get the start at quarterback Sunday in the Jets' season finale against Buffalo.Fantasy Spin:It's pretty much by default as Greg McElroy has been ruled out with a concussion. Sanchez will probably be on a short leash and could be benched in favor of Tim Tebow if he gets off to a rough start. Sanchez actually had one of his better games of the season versus...
What better way for the New York Jets to end their season than to start the quarterback who was once the starter, then got benched, then started again, then got benched again and is now preparing to be under center to close out the year. Greg McElroy is still suffering from concussion-like symptoms, which means Mark Sanchez is starting against the Buffalo Bills this weekend.
ESPN - The New York Jets' three-quarterback circus turned surreal Thursday morning, when Rex Ryan announced that Greg McElroy was being evaluated for a possible concussion and won't play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills in the season finale.
Bypassing Tim Tebow for the second time in as many weeks, Ryan said Mark Sanchez will start the game -- yet another blow to Tebow,...
The Race for Steak continues. Considering how in flux the lines are this week, we are going straight (PK) for week 17. The picks will continue into the playoffs next week as well.
1. Rob Celletti (129-104-7)
2. Chris Gross (121-112-7)
3. Mike Donnelly (118-117-5)
4. Chris Celletti (117-117-6)
5. Joe Caporoso (102-131-7)
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The New York Jets have announced that Mark Sanchez will be the team’s starting quarterback against the Buffalo Bills in the Week 17 regular season finale on Sunday. Head coach Rex Ryan announced the move this morning.
Ryan also announced that Greg McElroy, who had started last week, is “definitely out” for the finale on Sunday against the Bills. He has a concussion, which was...
In hour two of the Open Mike program from December 26, Michael Cohen welcomes in Mike Sanfilipo of Triple Coverage to get his take on the Giants collapse. The duo then talk about the Tim Tebow fiasco in New York, and whether the Jets should either fire or demote GM Mike Tannenbaum. That and the boys count down and look back at the year 2012.
Open Mike 12-26-12 pt2
Open Mike 12-26-pt2