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New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan is not all that upset about recently being voted the most overrated coach in the NFL. Instead, the Jolly Green Giant has found a way to put a positive spin on the whole thing. If nothing else, Rex can now say he beat Bill Belichick at something.
“My first thought was I looked and saw who was second,” Ryan said on Wednesday according to the NY Daily News. “Hey, I finally beat Belichick. I got him. I knew it would take time, but I finally got him.”
Of course, that was just Rex’s tremendous sense of humor talking. Given some of the comments he has made in the past, I doubt being named the most overrated coach in the league is something that shocked the Jets coach. It may not bother him, but it doesn’t sound like Ryan agrees with it either.
“Like it hasn’t been a tough enough year,” Rex said. “Nah, I wasn’t offended by it. At the end of the year, we’ll see who’s overrated.
“If you look at it and (ask) the same players who they want to play for, I’ll
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A poll of 103 players in The Sporting News had Ryan with 35 votes, beating New England's Bill Belichick, who had 16.
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I admit that I can often get carried away when it comes to talking about New York Jets head coach, Rex Ryan. I call him a loudmouth. I have said that he has no idea what he is doing. I have referred to him as overrated.
As it turns out, I am not alone. The NFL players happen to agree with my comments and feelings toward Ryan.
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According to a Sporting News midseason poll, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has been voted the most overrated NFL head coach.
Sporting News asked 103 players from 27 teams from around the NFL.
Rex Ryan, Jets 35
Bill Belichick, Patriots 16
Andy Reid, Eagles 9
Mike Shanahan, Redskins 8
Mike Tomlin, Steelers 4
Jeff Fisher, Rams 3
Jim Harbaugh, 49ers 3
Norv Turner, Chargers 3
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