Posted October 30, 2013 on AP on Fox
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Rex Ryan held off on wearing a wig or stuffing his sweatshirt this time around. The Ryan twins' sibling rivalry is still alive and well, though. The New York Jets' coach took a playful jab at twin brother Rob, the New Orleans Saints' defensive coordinator, during his news conference Wednesday. Rex held up a placard, the back of which he pretended the Jets' injury report was printed on. On the front, was a picture of each brother: One of Rob's agonizing pout after New England beat the Saints three weeks ago on a touchdown with 5 seconds left. Under it were the words: ''Sorry About That Jets.'' The other photo was of a smiling Rex with the words: ''I Wish I Could Look As Good As My Twin.'' --- AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org
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