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Rex Ryan isn't about to change his approach.
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Rex Ryan was brash and confident all week, insisting his Jets were the kings of New York. He was quieter after losing to the Giants.
The New York Giants and New York Jets played a crucial battle on the field on Saturday afternoon. The New York Giants ended up winning the game by the score of 29-14 but this goes deeper than that.
Rex Ryan, the bombastic coach of the New York Jets, decided to get into a war of words with Giants running back Brandon Jacobs. Ryan always has a lot to say and to be frank Jacobs...
What lessons will Ryan take from this? None, of course
Rex Ryan has been criticized by many (Brandon Jacobs most vociferously) for failing to back up his brash talk about his Jets this season. But that doesn’t mean he’s going to change. Ryan said on Monday that he expects to have a long, successful tenure as the Jets’ head coach, and he’ll continue to talk…
Mike Florio points out that Rex Ryan's comments about not pursuing Peyton Manning were driven not by reality but rather league tampering rules.
These are all things that would encourage a team like the Jets or any team to not say anything about Peyton Manning. But there are some who think that Peyton Manning could be very interested in the Jets.
Guess Rex Ryan really has been naughty this year.
Following the N.Y. Giants win against the N.Y. Jets, Saturday afternoon, running back Brandon Jacobs had a few words to say about Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan.Jacobs talked to ESPN, after the game, as he expressed his TRUE FEELINGS towards the New York Jets and their Head Coach:I'm glad we came out here and gave it to him. I wish I could have got a change to go over there on that...
REX RYAN said it wasn’t the game plan. Really. Then why did the Jets do it?
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The New York Giants beat the New York Jets yesterday and yet...REX RYAN is the #1 Google search of Christmas. Number one.
Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger writes that Brandon Jacobs told...
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Third and ten from the 1 yard line. The New York Jets held a 7-3 lead and had put together an encouraging performance so far. One ten yard out route, two missed tackles, a poor angle, and 99 yards later. The game was over. If you have watched the Jets this season, you knew at that moment they didn’t have the character or the team this year to overcome that type of play.
Brandon Jacobs had a lot of bitterness built up after a week of Rex Ryan disrespecting the Giants, and when Big Blue took back control of New York after loaning it to the Jets for two years, he didn’t attempt to hide his rage and engaged in some vicious name-calling.