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Prior to the season, Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan took a page out of his brother’s coaching handbook, sending a few thinly veiled shots at the Eagles and their litany of free agent acquisitions.
Ryan dubbed Philly the “all-hype” team and vowed that the ‘Boys would “kick their ass” all over the gridiron.
On Sunday night, the time arrived for him to back up the bold words. Instead, after much talk, his unit failed to walk the walk as they were absolutely shredded to bits by Michael Vick and Co.
Afterward, Ryan took full responsibility for the nightmarish defensive performance, admitting that the Eagles’ coaching staff got the better of him, ESPNDallas.com reports.
“The whole thing is I got outcoached by [Andy] Reid and their staff,” Ryan said. “I mean, it’s ridiculous. I never gave our guys a chance. The whole [expletive] thing was on me. If I gave them any extra motivation, hell, I certainly never backed it up. I gave our guys a lousy plan. We had no chance, and it’s all o
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For many Eagles fans, the sweetest part of last nights victory of the Dallas Cowboys was making Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan eat his words.
His defense looked lost throughout the whole 34-7 beat down the Eagles laid on their rival, and afterwards Ryan was humble enough to admit defeat.
"It's ridiculous," said Ryan. "I'm responsible for the whole ...
"Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face." -- Mike Tyson
The Dallas Cowboys had a plan on Sunday night. And then they were hit several dozen times right in the face. Mike Tyson looked like an expert NFL analyst.
According to Cowboys' defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, that plan was his and it was all wrong. In fact, according to the very popular Mr....
Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan takes all the blame for the Cowboys' failure to back up his big mouth.
Remember when Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan promised to “beat the ass” of the Eagles, whom he derided as the “all-hype team“? Yeah, it didn’t quite work out that way. After the Eagles beat the Cowboys 34-7 on Sunday night, Ryan couldn’t do much more than admit it was his defense that got its ass…
Rob Ryan talked the talk, as far back as the first week of training camp, when he referred to the Eagles as the "all-hype team." His players couldn't walk the walk for him, however.
It came out of the blue... a near-perfect game plan on both sides of the ball...
Labeled by Dallas defensive coordinator Rob Ryan as the "All Hype Team" during the preseason, the Eagles played a near-perfect game in improving their record to 3-4 and snapping their five-game home losing streak. Quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy led a relentless offensive...
FLORHAM PARK–Everyone is back and seems to be ready to get right back to work to prepare for Buffalo.
Most players took at least part of the bye week to go visit friends and family. Here’s a sampling of activities:
Martin Tevaseu went home to California and had his hair braided. He joked that he hoped it would make him “more aerodynamic.”
Nick Bellore went back to his high...
Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan might have to eat his words after his vaunted Dallas run defense was gashed for 239 rushing yards as the Eagles cruised to a 34-7 win over the Boys Sunday night.
The Eagles offense exploded out of gate scoring touchdowns on their first three drives and scoring on their first six drives on their way to a 34-0 lead early in the fourth quarter...
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