Found January 04, 2012 on
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After beating the Jets and the Cowboys, the Giants open the playoffs against the Falcons and their star quarterback.
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In the end, it was all done by plan. Rex Ryan's plan. Rex Ryan's goal. Rex Ryan's dream. He built this, and it worked perfectly: New York is now a Jets town. Sure, the Giants are in the playoffs, but what is everyone talking about?
Ryan admitting he lost control as coach. Santonio Holmes melting down. Bart Scott being fined $10,000 for a raised middle finger. What else...
It appears that Rob Ryan will be back at the helm of the Cowboys’ defense in 2012.
Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported yesterday that owner and general manager Jerry Jones, in a recent radio appearance on 105.3 The Fan, said that he expects Ryan to return for a second season. Hill doesn’t specify exactly what Jones said, but we do know it was a vote of confidence...
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan stuck up for embattled Santonio Holmes on Monday, saying he expects the receiver to be back next year despite his bickering with teammates.
"There's a lot of positive things about Santonio," Ryan said. "Are there some things we need to get corrected? Absolutely. And it's not just with him, but others as well, myself."
New York Jets
The Jets and Rex Ryan are currently the laughing stock of the NFL, and they've won the honor of the most dysfunctional team in the NFL. If I were team owner Woody Johnson, I would have fired Ryan the instant I heard he cried while begging the team to come together as a family. Then, Ryan topped off the season ending theatrics by saying that the Jets would have...
The pain in this New York Jets fan’s face says a thousand words and most of those words are expletives directed at Rex Ryan and his group off stooges.
The Jets took a major step back this year in terms of their record. After going deep in the post season the first few years of Ryan’s tenure, the J-E-T-S blew it this season and will be watching the playoffs at home from their...
After a disappointing season that ended in three straight losses, Jets Coach Rex Ryan blamed himself for not realizing that players were not getting along.
Rex Ryan needs to get a grip. Get a better grip on himself, on his team, understand that as much of a star as he has made himself, nobody cares nearly as much about the jokes when your team turns into one this way.
With Cowboys season now in our rear-view mirror, I will use Friday and Monday as some sort of NFL grab bags, with some thoughts on the playoff games and emails from you, our valued readers. Today, I thought we could start with one final piece of data from the Week 16 game, at the New York Giants.
This is our "throw chart" for Tony Romo, which will help as a companion piece...
Even the princely Darrelle Revis lost his cool at times this season.
I’ve never hidden my feelings about New York Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan. I think he’s too chatty. Much of his blustering is more agitating than entertaining. His preening in front of the press lacks the authentic eccentricity of his father, the great Buddy Ryan. It’s almost as if uses every opportunity to prove...
After a very average season of regular season picks against the spread, I am ready to impart my wisdom on the wild-card round of the playoffs. If you have said before the season that I’d be settling in this weekend to watch T.J. Yates, Andy Dalton, and Tim Tebow play, I would have said you were as crazy as Rex Ryan when he decided to name Santonio Holmes captain. Oh well.
Rex Ryan says he did not have the pulse of his team this season
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