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Jets head coach Rex Ryan had a few choice words in response to fans who said the team played scared in its showdown with the Patriots, calling the comments "ridiculous."
A testy Rex Ryan disputes the notion by many fans and media that the New York Jets played too conservatively in an overtime loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday.
Ryan insists Monday that the Jets ''go down to win'' and those who think the team was playing ''scared'' in a 29-26 defeat are ''ridiculous.'' New York (3-4) had a chance...
The Jets' conservative play-calling in the waning minutes of regulation in New York's 29-26 overtime loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday reminded many observers of the Herm Edwards era. In those years, the Jets tended to play it safe during the two-minute offense and usually lived to regret it, most notably in an AFC divisional playoff overtime loss to the Pittsburgh...
Rex Ryan had just finished watching the film of Sunday's loss to the New England Patriots around noon today and had a chance to see a few of the play calls his team has come under fire for.
Here's what he had to say, starting with the two post-recovery runs. There could be an argument made that riding Sanchez while he's hot could lead to a score.
The media is obsessed with the New York Jets–more specifically, Tim Tebow and Rex Ryan.
If we are not hearing about when the former Heisman Award winner will enter the game for one play, we are seeing visuals of Rex on the sidelines as he attempts to lead the mildly talented Jets to the postseason in the extremely thin AFC conference.
Rex has gotten a great deal of credit for his...
During his Monday press conference, Rex Ryan was confronted with a question from a reporter that sort of rattled his cage. The reporter asked about the conservative play calling towards the end of the fourth quarter and into overtime.To say that we're scared, that's rediculous... That's not even close. We go down to win.The play calling was a bit questionable. After the...
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said much maligned quarterback Mark Sanchez played “really outstanding in most of the game” in a 29-26 overtime loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday night at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. … Continue reading →
Instead of the chest-thumping theatrics that annually rubbed everyone the wrong way, Jets head coach Rex Ryan has decided against Super Bowl guarantees and has instead employed subtler methods to motivate his team (and almost certainly himself).
On Friday, he announced that the 2012 Jets -- the same outfit that didn't score a touchdown in August until the backups to the backups...
As if there aren't enough storylines leading up to the New England Patriots - New York Jets showdown this afternoon, it has recently surfaced that the Rex Ryan showed a lot of interest in drafting rookie defender Chandler Jones.From NFL.com: While Chandler Jones looks like an NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year candidate in New England, Quinton Coples has struggled to get on...
These two get a lot of coverage, but play on field will make the difference
New York Jets (3-3) @ New England Patriots (3-3) 4:25 p.m.
It seems as though the New York Jets are trying a new tactic in the lead up to games against the Patriots. They are being complimentary and keeping the bulletin board material to a minimum. It doesn't seem right and worries me a little. Could...
New York Jets head coach sounds as if he was overruled a lot during the 2012 NFL Draft. Ryan made his feelings known that he had little faith in drafting Stephen Hill in the second round, although he now says he is on board with that decision. But it also seems as if Ryan didn’t want to draft Quinton Coples out of the University of North Carolina with the No. 16 pick in the first...
I’ve decided to take a bye week from the Love/Hate. In order
to switch it up a bit, I’m going to do a Bold Predictions segment. There will
be one prediction from each game; I know this is a bit late but stay with me
Tennessee vs. Buffalo- Ryan Fitpatrick will throw 0 (yes,
zero) picks today and will also throw for 4 TDs.
Cleveland vs. Indianapolis- At home, in the...
10/23/12 Yardbarker & the Cannons chat some Rex Ryan, the Wyoming Head Coach goes off on a big time rant and Fear the Beard with Giants closer Brian Wilson.
Rex Ryan says New York Jets running back-kick returner Joe McKnight will be a ''game-time decision'' on whether he plays Sunday in an AFC East showdown with the New England Patriots.
McKnight is questionable with a sprained left ankle suffered in last week's win over Indianapolis. He did not practice Friday, but told reporters Thursday: ''I'm playing...
Rex Ryan had Tim Tebow pretend to be Tom Brady on scout team to
help Jets prepare for Patriots.