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It's been barely a month since the New York Jets suffered a third straight loss - at the hands of their archrival, no less
- and had their playoff hopes widely called into question.
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Rex Ryan seems to not have fully worked on his cursing or anger management issues. Following The Jets being embarrassed by the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football, Rex was walking off the field and was asked by a fan: “Hey Rex, Belichick is better than you.”
Rex Ryan responded as only Rex Ryan can: ”Shut the f*ck up.”
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The Jets have been around for over five decades now and yesterday, ESPN New York named their top 50 men to ever don a Jets uniform. What do you think of the list? Any additions, subtractions, anyone whom you’d move around? Sound off in the comments!
The Jets took the loss to the Patriots in ugly fashion last night. Losses put people in bad moods. That's a given. Fans like to get liquored up during the game and scream obscenities to anyone within shouting distance. That also is a given. But when you combine the bad mood with the drunk fans, what you get is the following video with Jets head coach Rex Ryan.
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The NFL is looking into an Internet video that appears to show New York Jets coach Rex Ryan using an obscenity while angrily responding to a fan after the team's 37-16 loss to the New England Patriots. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello says Monday that the league is aware of the 48-second video, which shows the Jets walking off the field Sunday night.
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The New York Times’ Fifth Down blog answers readers’ questions, weighing in on Sanchez’s leadership abilities compared to other quarterbacks:
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