Found October 23, 2011 on New York Times Sports:
Tight end Randy McMichael did not sound impressed with the Jets after San Diego's 27-21 loss.

Randy McMichael: The Jets didn’t beat us

Despite the box score showing otherwise, backup tight end Randy McMichael wouldn’t admit the Jets beat the Chargers on Sunday. As he tells it, the Chargers were beaten by… the Chargers. Following San Diego’s 27-21 loss in Week 7, McMichael refused to credit Gang Green for pulling out the victory — discrediting their secondary in the process — and bluntly stated his team...

Chargers’ McMichael not impressed with Jets, and vice versa

After losing to the Jets on Sunday, Chargers tight end Randy McMichael wasn’t impressed by the team that had beaten him. Nor were the Jets impressed with McMichael. “Their secondary isn’t anything,” McMichael said after the game. “It’s our fault. It had nothing to do with anybody on their team. It’s all about the guys…

McMichael's comments resonate a day after loss

Randy McMichael's bitter comments continued to resonate 24 hours after the San Diego Chargers blew an 11-point halftime lead and lost 27-21 to the New York Jets. McMichael said following the game that the Chargers beat themselves and ''it had nothing to do with anyone on their team.'' Jets coach Rex Ryan responded by saying, ''Stay classy, San Diego...

Great Odin’s Raven, Randy McMichael!!!

“Stay classy, San Diego.” – Rex Ryan on Randy McMichael’s derision of the Jets secondary Rex’s translation: Poor Randy McMichael, maybe he misses the AFC East’s musk … but to have the James Westhphals & Kenneth Noisewaters to defame the Jets Secondary? Unique New York! Maybe Milk *was* a bad choice for LaDainian … I could literally do this all day … 

ESPN Tries to Create Rex Ryan, Randy McMichael Buzz. Fails.

ESPN tried to create buzz for the Michael Kay Show by playing up San Diego Chargers TE Randy McMichael's comments following the Jets 27-21 victory Sunday. "The San Diego Chargers beat ourselves, OK?"... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~ Follow on Twitter

Rex: 'Stay classy, San Diego'

Jets coach pulls a Ron Burgundy on Randy McMichael, who stands by his postgame statements. Cromartie gets in a shot, too.

Chargers Jammer rips refs in loss to Jets

First it was San Diego Chargers tight end Randy McMichael refusing to give credit to the New York Jets yesterday.  Now it’s cornerback Quentin … [visit site to read more]Chargers Jammer rips refs in loss to Jets - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Rex Ryan responds to Randy McMichael's critical comments: 'Stay classy, San Diego.'

Rex Ryan took a light-hearted jab at Randy McMichael after the Chargers tight end had some disparaging remarks about the Jets’ secondary after Gang Greens’ 27-21 win on Sunday.   “Their secondary isn’t anything,” McMichael said after the game. “It’s our fault. It had nothing to do with anyone ...

Rex Ryan tells Randy McMichael to "Stay classy, San Diego"

Jets coach also promises to no longer use the word "rings"

Daily Links: We Fly High

Jets WR Plaxico Burress reflects on three-touchdown performance [NJ] The real story on Tom Moore [ESPN] Jets’ secondary fires back at San Diego’s Randy McMichael [NJ] Rex Ryan: “We’re going to be tough to beat” [PFT] Harris, Ellis injuries not serious [ESPN] Rex Ryan vows not to talk about “rings” again [NJ]

Daily Links: Righting the Ship

Shonn Greene has a big day. [NY Post] Rex laughed off his verbal misstep from this week. [AP] Darrelle Revis is in the zone. [Bergen Record] Randy McMichael says that the Chargers lost, not that the Jets won. [Newsday] The Jets second half surge lead the Jets past the Chargers. [Star-Ledger] Norv and Rex shook hands like gentlemen. [NYDN] This is what everyone expected from Plax’s...
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