Found December 16, 2011 on
NBC Dallas- Fort Worth:
There are defensive coordinators who would be chastened by the fact that their unit blew fourth quarter leads two weeks in a row and put their team at serious risk of missing the playoffs.
Rob Ryan is not one of those defensive coordinators.
In one of the more entertaining press conference performances you could hope to see, Ryan admitted that the defense needs to do a better job over the last three weeks of the season without giving an inch when it came to his opinion of himself. How confident is Ryan in himself? Donald Trump aspires to have the same self-confidence, that's how confident.
"It’s on me. It’s my watch. But the simple fact is, and I know no one believes it, but I know I’m the best coach or the best defensive coach. I’m sure Dom Capers never had to face all the criticism I will, but I really don’t care. Teddy Roosevelt had a big line on critics. I know you know it, but I don’t. I don’t give a crap. The bottom line is I tell my players I’m...
BEST OF MAXIM
Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan continues to insist that he has the most talented players in the league on his side of the ball. It's admirable that he shows so much belief in this underperforming bunch, but he may be in the process of talking his way out of town.
It's hard to believe we're only a couple weeks removed from Ryan's name being brought...
REX RYAN HAS consumed large helpings of humble pie throughout the season. His team had sunk in the standings during the course of a three-game cross-country slide, only to reemerge in recent weeks on top of an AFC playoff spot.
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New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan works on the sideline during the first half of their NFL football game against the Washington Redskins in Landover, Maryland, December 4, 2011. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
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We know we have to improve as a team in all phases, and we challenged our team that way. That’s the mentality, is we’ve got to keep getting better. You can’t stay the same. … We have to get better so that’s our mentality, that’s our mindset. Do I think we’re a playoff team? I absolutely do. But we have some work to do.”
–Rex Ryan on whether or not the Jets are playoff caliber
I’m not a podiatrist or anything but I’m pretty sure those Nikes aren’t doing you any favors there honey.
Is this the only foot in the world Rex Ryan wouldn’t ****?
h/t fat bastard, had no idea he was still alive
Controlling your own destiny never made much sense to me. Destiny in itself is predetermined by definition so controlling it (while understandable), is ambiguous. What a strange way to start off. Anyway, the Jets need to win and to do that they need to beat an extremely talented 5-8 Eagles team. Nothing is scarier than a team that has (almost) nothing to play for except playing...
Just a few minutes before Bart Scott would issue his statement that the Jets are not playing like a playoff team, head coach Rex Ryan nearly predicted his linebacker was about to say something. “Bart is back to being Bart,” Ryan said. “I just see how enthusiastic he is. It...
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After Freeman ran 25 yards for a first down on the opening series before fumbling the next play, Tampa Bay went three-and-out four straight times and trailed 28-0 in the first half.
The Bucs offensive line arguably played its worst game of the...