The Seahawks do blitzing better than anybody

The Seattle Seahawks did not play any unusual packages in the Super Bowl and did not need to bring extra blitzers to get to Peyton Mannning. They just lined up their normal four-man front against one of the best offenses in history – and smashed them in the mouth. In a recent story by Pro Football Focus the Seahawks ranked 28th of the 32 teams in blitz frequency, blitzing only...
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What Made The 1985 Chicago Bears Special

With the Pro Bowl behind us and the Super Bowl less than a week away, I thought it would be appropriate to take a look at the Chicago Bears’ 1985-86 Super Bowl team and some of the players that made an impact. Buddy’s 46 Defense The New York Post recently called the 1985 Chicago Bears the best Super Bowl team ever. One of the biggest reasons for this was Buddy Ryan’s “46″...
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January 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Rob Ryan had a photo of his father on his play sheet (Photo)

Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan had a photo of his father Buddy Ryan on the back of his play sheet during Saturday’s game against the Eagles who Buddy Ryan coached for during his career. Guessing Kevin Gilbride’s play sheet wasn’t adorned with a photo of Buddy Ryan. pic.twitter.com/ORktszzvsC — ryan wilson (@ryanwilson_07) January 5, 2014 Need NFL Tickets? ...
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Dez Bryant and the Five Biggest Sideline Tantrums In NFL History

    In a game where the play is physical, the men are men, and the stakes are always high, sometimes things will get heated with players, coaches, and fans alike. The majority of the time raised voices and wide eyes cease rather quickly, but other times disagreements turn into full on tantrums. It’s hard to believe that grown men with cameras all around them would find it necessary...
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October 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Saints like the way new DC Rob Ryan listens

From his long, gray hair flaring out of the back of his hat to his periodic brash statements, Rob Ryan presents himself as a renegade who does things his own way and doesn't care what anyone else thinks. Yet those who've been around the Saints' new defensive coordinator for a while don't necessarily see him that way. As Ryan aims to turn around a unit that allowed...
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August 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Rob Ryan is “improving” the New Orleans Saints’ defense

Even though the bar was pretty low to begin with, New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan says the unit is improving. “ I’m so impressed mentally with how quickly they have picked things up,” Ryan said. Please click here to read this story. The post Rob Ryan is “improving” the New Orleans Saints’ defense appeared first on Players View.
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July 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Jets considering Turner for O.C.?

Norv Turner, fresh off his dismissal as Chargers head coach, reportedly is a candidate for the Jets offensive coordinator job, even though the position is currently filled.

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January 03, 2013  |  Discuss

New York Jets: A Comeback Year For Rex Ryan?

TJ Rosenthal gives a closer look at what the New York Jets need from their head coach in 2012. Make sure you are following TJ both here and here. And if you didn’t read them yet, check out his interviews with Evan Silva and Connie Carberg.  For three seasons Rex Ryan thumped his chest. Guaranteeing Super Bowls in restaurants, at Knicks games, and hockey games, and probably even...
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July 26, 2012  |  Discuss

How Thrilled Can Cowboys Fans Be With Rob Ryan’s Defense?

The Cowboys finished the 2011 season with an 8-8 record. Many fans seem to think it was the Dallas defense and not Tony Romo who couldn’t get the job done. With Rob Ryan as their first year defensive coordinator, Cowboys fans are less than thrilled with his units performance last season. Ryan has an aggressive style, and a fiery personality many think he inherited from his father...
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July 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Ryan: Tebow could play 20 snaps per game

Jets coach Buddy Ryan told the NFL Network that newly acquired Tebow could play up to 20 snaps per game as part of the Wildcat package.“Tim is going to be a major contributor to our football team,” Ryan said. “With the Wildcat specifically, the great thing is you don’t know if we’re going to run it one snap a game or 20 snaps a game - you have no idea. Every week it could...
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March 25, 2012  |  Discuss

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