Found December 05, 2012 on Jets Insider.com:
PLAYERS: Rex Ryan
TEAMS: Jacksonville Jaguars
Florham Park, N.J.: Rex Ryan stepped to the podium Wednesday to rationalize his decision to start Mark Sanchez on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars."Really it's a decision I feel great about," said Ryan.Ryan wasn't clear on when the exact moment was that he made up his mind (sometime yesterday, to be specific), but he met with all three quarterbacks this morning and explained to them why he made his decision.Ryan said he "wasn't convinced by somebody" specifically, but also said, "I wanted to get the pulse from a lot of different people." Ryan also admitted there was not a...
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