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Despite a showing so poor that he had to call out even rookies for their preseason performances, Rex Ryan says the New York Jets will be a top 5 defense in the NFL in 2013.
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New York Jets coach Rex Ryan called out rookie cornerback Dee Milliner after a disappointing preseason performance against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Milliner looked horrendous in coverage throughout the game.
The 2013 first round pick was hopefully going to fill the void of departed Darrelle Revis.
However Ryan saw nothing that made him believe that was possible Saturday night...
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has always been a defensive-minded leader, so it should come as no surprise that he expects his unit to be atop the league's rankings in 2013.
Saturday night was a horrific showing by the New York Jets defense as missed tackles, blown coverage, and a lack of intensity ran rampant. For the Green and White, this is uncharacteristic and disappointing to its head coach. Rex Ryan and veteran cornerback Antonio Cromartie sounded off following the unit’s subpar performance.
Santonio Holmes is the perfect New York Jet due to the fact that drama loves him and he loves it.
According to the New York Post, Holmes is not making a effort to practice with the team as he milks his foot injury from last season.
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The competition for the starting quarterback job of the New York Jets has hardly been a thrilling duel thus far, to say the least. Even though he has had a couple of ugly interceptions in the preseason, Mark Sanchez still looks to be in the lead over Geno Smith, who has only played a fraction of one preseason game before being injured.
And even though Philadelphia and Jacksonville...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By DENNIS WASZAK Jr. AP Sports Writer Rex Ryan is still feeling good about his defense.
Sure, the New York Jets have a handful of new faces. And, yes, there are a couple of injuries to deal with. But none of that is keeping Ryan from issuing a bold prediction: The Jets will rank among the top 5 defenses in the NFL this season.
''We will be,'&...
Jets coach Rex Ryan has made it official: there's still a legitimate quarterback competition on his team.
It was reported Wednesday that Smith who watched Mark Sanchez start the team's first two preseason games would have his opportunity to start Saturday vs. the Giants.
Ryan confirmed that to reporters Thursday saying “I think he's looked good. I'm excited to...
When I think of coaches that rave and love attention I think of Jets Head Coach, Rex Ryan. Rex Ryan called out the New York JETS JETS JETS first round pick, Dee Milliner after a disappointing preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Concluding the game Rex Ryan said “I didn’t like the way we competed and challenged on the outside — not so much (Antonio...
I am starting to think this whole mustache thing is to distract Rex Ryan from how bad of a QB his is. How are you supposed to command respect in the huddle with that on your face?
This is one of the most disgusting things these eyes have ever seen — and that includes the butt fumble.
Mark Sanchez has completely made over his look in the past few years. He’s gone from a suave, AFC finalist to a fu-man-chu wearing, toe nail severing, sociopath who can’t lead a football team if his life depended on it.
If anybody had any doubts whether or not Sanchez has...
The Jets and Rex Ryan have taken a huge step towards naming their s regulastars son starting QB by naming Geno Smith the week 3 starter over Mark Sanchez.
Week 3 is the most important preseason game and the starters usually play into the 4th quarter. Geno Smith starting the game says a lot about who is now in charge in NYC. It is well known that Mark Sanchez is Rex’s guy and I’m...
BY NICK ST. DENISAfter Geno Smith spent last Wednesday throwing four interceptions while hobbling on his injured foot, New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said the rookie quarterback had his "worst day," which was "brutal."This Wednesday, Ryan sang a different tune."It wasn’t brutal, that’s for sure," Ryan quipped. "That was a great day. I don’t...