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You'd think the Ryan twins would be in constant contact before Rob's Cowboys play the Patriots on Sunday, but Rex hasn't returned his brothers calls.
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"Well, first off I want to say he would be the best receiver on our team, not the third best," Vic Fangio said. "So, we have a tremendous amount of respect for him."
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As a former assistant in New England, Rob Ryan knows just how good the Patriots' offense can be. But he thinks his Cowboys unit is ready for Sunday.
Rob Ryan’s blitz packages: The Patriots’ worst loss last year came against the Browns and Rob Ryan, who utilized an amoeba defensive scheme to disguise blitz packages well. The amoeba scheme has nobody down in a three-point stance, making it difficult to identify where the pressure is coming from. The Patriots’ passing success relies heavily on Tom Brady’s ability to...
Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan learned his lesson about giving bulletin-board material to opposing wide receivers when he opened his mouth about Calvin Johnson. So when asked about Sunday’s game against the Patriots and receiver Wes Welker, Ryan hesitated. “I’m afraid to comment on wideouts,” Ryan told the Star-Telegram. “Apparently, I don’t know anything.” Ryan…
Rob Ryan is out of the comparison business, but his comments remain over-the-top.
The bombastic Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator vowed Friday that his days of sizing up opponents are over after he said two weeks ago that his defense practiced against two receivers better than Detroit’s Calvin Johnson.
All Johnson did against the Cowboys was score two touchdowns, including the...
by Patriots Daily Kitchen Staff
Don’t look now but Rex Ryan’s prediction for the 2nd best defense is in town. The Pats put up 30 against the “best” last week they should be good for 40 this week right?
Not to leave out the Pats defense, facing Tony Romo they’ll finally start racking up the sacks and interceptions.
What to eat.
Frito Pie, it’s awesome...
FOXBOROUGH - For 57 minutes and 29 seconds yesterday, Rob Ryan and the Cowboys defense threw the kitchen sink at Tom Brady and the Patriots offense.
The Dallas Cowboys turned the game over to their defense in the final minutes, trusting Rob Ryan's game
plan to shut down the New England Patriots one more time. Against Tom Brady, that was a risky strategy.