Found December 09, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Rob Ryan’s potty mouth made a triumphant return to NFL sidelines on Sunday, only this time it actually cost his team.
The Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator could be seen cussing out Bengals offensive lineman Andre Smith on the sideline during the third quarter of his team’s 20-19 win in Cincinnati. Ryan was called for unsportsmanlike conduct, moving the Bengals inside the 10. Luckily Ryan’s defense held the Bengals to a field goal, otherwise he might have been a big goat in the game.
Afterwards, head coach Jason Garrett reportedly said Ryan was reacting to the Bengals players who were yelling to them. Good to know maturity is a trait shared by the Ryan twins.
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