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Rex Ryan's big, bad defense is back. The New York Jets' offense is suddenly humming along, too.
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http://www.nj.com/jets/index.ssf/2011/11/rex_ryan_says_jets_would_like.htmlRex Ryan says Giants "have got a lot of heart."By Jenny Vrentas - Star Ledger 11/8/11
Since Rex Ryan’s appointment as head coach for the New York Jets January 18, 2009, Jet fans have embarked on quite the roller coaster ride. When he was hired, many of us felt a huge sense of relief. We had just lived through a disastrous end to a season that should have been prolific. After all, we had acquired the legendary Brett Favre during the off-season. But in typical Jets...
But Haynesworth, specifically, it’s not like we had to know where he’s at … he’s just a big guy. But they got a lot of good ones. Vince Wilfork’s the guy. I think that Kyle Love kid is underrated. And they got the big kid from Boston College (Ron Brace) back. Haynesworth does have some good ability and things like that. But he’s not a guy we were abolutely concerned with...
Rex Ryan thinks the Jets are flying at their highest altitude, playing as well as they have all season.
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The darling of the AFC East took a hard crack to the face today from the New York Jets, who flexed their defensive muscle in a way we haven’t seen since last year. Buffalo’s offense was thoroughly dominated by Rex Ryan and Mike Pettine’s unit. Ryan Fitzpatrick looked helpless against the Jets secondary and with the pass rush constantly in his face, as he threw two interceptions...
The concept of Rex Ryan playing a Bill Belichick fan in a movie is one that most folks -- particularly those in New York and Boston -- might find a tad disturbing. Belichick, though, admitted he might be entertained by it. "Should be interesting," he told reporters on Wednesday. "Yeah, that's a new one." Belichick said he hadn't previously heard about...
Rex Ryan was inviting criticism after the game — of anybody on his team. The head coach noted his guys have been able to get off the media hot seat rather quickly.
After the Giants rallied to upset the Patriots Sunday, a victory that helped move the Jets move into a tie for first place in the AFC East, Rex Ryan had nothing but praise for the tenant at MetLife Stadium .
They are surrounded in the AFC East by the bluster of Rex Ryan and the Jets, the cool efficiency of the Patriots and the woeful, headed-for-Andrew Luck Dolphins, so it may be easy to forget what the Bills are up to these days.
Last week, we learned that Rex Ryan will be playing a Boston lawyer and Patriots fan in an upcoming Adam Sandler movie titled I Hate You, Dad. This week, Sports Illustrated's Peter King shared some details of the movie, as he was there firsthand to watch Rex the moviestar. King was there in Lynn, Mass., in the summer and watched the scene where Ryan's character tells Sandler...
The Patriots opened as 1-point favorites as they travel to New York to take on the rival Jets.
We’re going to see a lot of digital ink spilled this week to break down New England’s struggles on offense the past few weeks. I don’t think there are any easy answers. Lack of execution, turnovers and adjustments by opposing defenses have all played a role. Maybe Brady’s hair...