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Rex Ryan Says He Doesn't Plan To Kiss Belichick's . . . Rings

Jets coach Rex Ryan, in a wide-ranging Wednesday interview with WFAN’s Mike Francesa, addressed the arch-rivalry between the Jets and the Patriots.
And Ryan sounds ready to take off the gloves.
“I never came here to kiss Bill Belichick’s, you know, rings,” Ryan said.  “I came to win.  Let’s just put it that way.  So we’ll see what happens.  I’m certainly not intimidated by New England or anybody else. . . .”
Asked by Francesca whether his team needs to send a message to the Patriots, Ryan offered up a vague response that hints at some behind-the-scenes skirmishes that already have unfolded between the two franchises (separate and apart from the whole “Spygate” thing).
“I think we already have sent a message to them,” Ryan said.  “So they can read between the lines. . . . They can figure it out.  And when they come here that second week of the season, we’ll see.”
We’re not sure what the message is.  And we have a feeling it’s going to bug us as much as that favor Apollo Creed wanted in Rocky III.

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  1. Rob0769 says: Jun 3, 2009 10:26 PM

    Exactly what message have the Jets sent the Patriots?!? That the Pats are superior to them no matter how desperate they try to leap ahead of them? Seriously in the last decade, the Belichick era the Jets had finished ahead of the Pats twice (Belichick’s first season and 2002 when both teams finished 9-7 and the Jets had the tiebreaker). That is a pretty strong message that they conceed the Pats are superior in my eyes.
    Woody Johnson has spent his entire tenure as Jets owner either trying to copy the Pats or spending a fortune to Daniel Snyder a team to beat the Pats. He so far has failed on both fronts.

  2. chcgokoala says: Jun 3, 2009 10:31 PM

    Marvin Lewis and Mike Nolan have anxious feeling: somebody’s following them!!!

  3. grkboiler says: Jun 3, 2009 10:31 PM

    I think the message is jumping up in the draft to select a franchise QB in Sanchez, acquiring NE’s special team captain Larry Izzo, Bart Scott coming to name a few more moves but that right there is a pretty clear message that they aim to win the division and not be another notch on NE’s belt.

  4. misterj says: Jun 3, 2009 10:39 PM

    Wow thanks for screwing up my childhood, Florio. I know you didn’t make that video but … F you anyways man.

  5. captain_obvious1 says: Jun 3, 2009 10:41 PM

    pretty lame…pretty pretty lame. J E T …not relevant.

  6. Ralph GreNader says: Jun 3, 2009 10:46 PM

    Was the message in braile or sign language? Perhaps it was in Morse code or smoke signals?

  7. Flying elvis says: Jun 3, 2009 11:17 PM

    “They can figure it out. And when they come here that second week of the season, we’ll see.”
    ———————————-
    Is the message that he doesn’t believe billetin board material really works for a team like the Patriots so he’s going to test it? LOL.

  8. Fail Cat says: Jun 3, 2009 11:18 PM

    If I was a new head coach in a division with one of the most dominant teams of the decade, and had the mediocre level of talent that the Jets have, I wouldn’t be so quick to shoot my mouth off before I’ve even played a single game.
    Then again I don’t live in the same alternate dimension that Rex Ryan lives in.

  9. Pastabelly says: Jun 3, 2009 11:34 PM

    message sent was that jets would not show up in week 17 and let miami walk all over them which kept patriots out of playoffs. different year, different coach, same old shit from this horrible franchise.

  10. hayward giablommi says: Jun 3, 2009 11:39 PM

    If they want to send a message to the Patriots, then maybe the Jets should, you know, actually beat the Pats on their home field first?
    Rex Ryan can talk tough all he wants. The fact remains that the Jets have NEVER beaten a Tom Brady/Matt Cassel led team at their “home field” in Jersey. NE-VER. Thats 0 for 8, just for the record. .
    Good start, Rex. You’re well on your way to becoming the unlikable, underachieving blowhard your dad was.

  11. Beast_Mode23 says: Jun 3, 2009 11:39 PM

    The Jets don’t have the offense to beat the Bills or Dolphins this season, let alone the Patriots. The AFC East is gonna be a tough divison this year and Buffalo and Miami have more complete teams the New York. They will be in the cellar.

  12. JoeSixPack says: Jun 4, 2009 12:16 AM

    This is astonishing. I really expected Rex Ryan to fully admit how fearful and out of his league he is going up against the Patriots.
    It’s shocking really. You think you know someone then BAM – they go and surprise you like this.

  13. FlorioBorio says: Jun 4, 2009 12:30 AM

    You Pats fans are delusional. Nowhere in anything that Rex Ryan said was in anyway “bulletin board material”.
    He stated that he’s not intimidated by Belichick…and no one should be or they don’t belong on an NFL sideline
    He also stated that he came to NY to win…again no NFL coach should say otherwise.
    He additionally stated that we will see what happens in the second week of the season…a no-brainer and no boasting that he was gonna kick their asses or anything. We will see…just like he said.
    You Pats losers are just looking for anything to whine about, just like you always do.
    I await your pathetic response, Heywood Jablowbillbelichick.

  14. william a says: Jun 4, 2009 1:10 AM

    I’m sure Belichick will be happy to concede that the Jets are a more than worthy opponent in any mandatory press conference a few days before a tussle with the J-E-T-S. Hell, he’d do the same for the Raiders. Ryan is better suited to running his mouth than running the table on the AFC East.

  15. OD says: Jun 4, 2009 1:32 AM

    I’m guessing that he’s referring to what he and the Baltimore defense did in 2007, nearly upsetting the Pats on monday night.

  16. obviously says: Jun 4, 2009 2:00 AM

    Good Luck Rex. If you Jets fans ever want to know what’s wrong with your franchise, Mr. Ryan has just given you exhibits A-Z. Tom Brady v. Mark Sanchez – Really? Moss, Welker, Galloway, Taylor, Maroney, Morris, Faulk v. Bart Scott and Darell Revis and KerryRhodes? Have fun with that. Enjoy another decade of futility.

  17. gbp78 says: Jun 4, 2009 3:38 AM

    quality link… cant believe they didn’t use the scene where rocky and apollo are hugging and frollicking in the ocean. I always thought that was blatently homosexual.
    not that theres anything wrong with two fine atheltic men enjoying each others embrace as the cool salty ocean waters slowly beat onto their calves, salty as the sweat that pours thru their….
    sorry got a little distracted, what’s my point again

  18. ncoolong says: Jun 4, 2009 6:02 AM

    Where’s Taco Bill’s picture of Ryan’s and Belichick’s faces on Rocky and Clubber Lang’s bodies??

  19. tj.52 says: Jun 4, 2009 6:15 AM

    “And when they come here that second week of the season, we’ll see.”
    ———————————————
    We’ll see Brady throwing for 400 yards and 3 TDs and the Jets getting buried 35-13. We’ll see Sanchez throwing 4 picks, one for six and Morris/Taylor/ Faulk/ Maroney combining for at least 160 yards and 1 TD.

  20. promichael says: Jun 4, 2009 6:21 AM

    “macho macho macho man, I got to be a macho man”
    Perhaps Rex Ryan really has a message. I’m just not quite
    sure what it is. It’s great to hear Rex singing with the Village
    People.

  21. TheDPR says: Jun 4, 2009 7:19 AM

    Let the Jests keep talking. How long has it been since they’ve won the division? Seems like every other year they manage to squeeze out a wild card berth, so they’re due in 2009, but good luck doing that with a rookie USC QB. The Jets aren’t in the same league with the Patriots on the field or as an organization so apparently they have to try and compete by mouth and media.

  22. JimmySmith says: Jun 4, 2009 7:29 AM

    I hate when coaches spew BS about manning up when the last thing in the world that is asked of them is to do anything on the field of play.
    He would have been far better off merely acknowledging that the Jets have had their problems in the past and his goal is to do better in the future.
    How can an opposing football coach intimidate another coach? Even with a video camera?

  23. oldschool says: Jun 4, 2009 7:35 AM

    this is the 40 year anniversary of the jets last super bowl appearance………that is the message.

  24. Mayhem says: Jun 4, 2009 7:38 AM

    Those are some pretty big words coming from him, let’s see if he can live up to it,

  25. provance1 says: Jun 4, 2009 7:58 AM

    Talk is cheap….For once I would like to see Rex man up and say what he really means instead of hiding behind words and insinuations….He started off nice when he was announced as coach, saying his team was going to be violent and smash mouth….C’mon Rex, just say it…”We are not afraid of anybody, and we are going to destroy the Pats and take the AFC east by force”….
    …then sunday comes, and the Pats get pissed. Pats 42, Jets 17.

  26. Sillygoose says: Jun 4, 2009 8:35 AM

    You know I was afraid the rivalry might die a little with Mangini gone but I was very happy after reading this!

  27. provance1 says: Jun 4, 2009 8:43 AM

    I just listened to this audio clip, and have to say…I think the title Florio used for this piece is overstating what Ryan said in the interview. Ryan is just excited and confident about what he has assembled in NY, and believes his team (as do all coaches) can win with what they put together as long as they execute.
    I’m a long time Pats fan, and looking at this objectively, Ryan was a good pick up for the Jets. He brings legitimate coaching experience, has built solid defenses and is a hell of a lot better than the Mangina experiment.
    As a Pats fan, I think Ryan has elevated the competition in the east, and I look forward to the start of the season. I think the AFC east, once dominated by the Pats for so many recent years, is now a much tighter and competitive division. That is good for football and Pats & Jets fans both.

  28. mrmagoo says: Jun 4, 2009 9:10 AM

    I think what Rex was alluding to was that his main concern is the Dolphins since they’re the reigning AFC East Champs.

  29. jjmurphy1127 says: Jun 4, 2009 9:19 AM

    Exactly – talk is cheap. Pats have proven themselves where it matters – on the field. Team of the decade with only Pittsburgh having some sort of argument – although Pats lead over Steelers this decade in all key barometers (Super Bowls won, overall winning %, etc – and beat Pitt in Pitt the two times they met in the play-offs).
    To continue with Florio’s Rocky theme, I will move to Rocky IV and quote academy award winning actor Dolph Lundgren (pause for laughter) playing Ivan Drago “You (Jets) will lose”. Pats are like 15-4 against Jets this decade under Belichick.
    Not only that, they are looking to be stacked again with a talented and deep roster – similar to 03, 04, and 07 teams. Barring another big Brady injury, Pats are looking at a likely 12-15 win season and Super Bowl while Jets will be learning Rex’s system and developing (and hoping for) Sanchez to become franchise-like QB.
    BTW – From NFC, I think it will be Giants or Eagles with Saints and Seattle as potential sleepers. JJ

  30. Tunescribe says: Jun 4, 2009 9:23 AM

    Here is the message Tubby Wrecks (T-Wrecks) sent to New England: He farted loudly and someone heard it in Rhode Island. Honestly, this fat blowhard is the second coming of Abe Gibron. You can tell already he hasn’t a clue about offense and probably doesn’t want to, just like his old man.

  31. batfreight says: Jun 4, 2009 9:30 AM

    Here’s a message for the intellectually challenged Mr. Ryan. Nobody in the NFL is impressed or intimidated by your spouting off like an imbecile. As far as I know, there has not ever been a game decided by which coach could produce the most inane bluster. You are coaching the Jets, a team of limited talent, in a division that contains 3 better teams. Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs and Ed Reed will not play for the Jets this year. Good luck building your defense around the “swagger-licious” Bart Scott. Your first round QB selection, raised his status in this years draft by becoming a bigger media whore than the Octa-Mom. Coming up with witty quips for TV interviews and posing bare chested are not necessarily talents that translate to success on the football field. Sanchez has overhyped bust written all over him. This should be a fun year in NY as the reality of your situation slowly grips you and you descend into the same abyss of madness that swallowed your father. But for now, Rex, please keep talking. It is endlessly amusing to most of us, and I’m sure, very inspirational for “Fireman Ed” and his ilk.

  32. hayward giablommi says: Jun 4, 2009 9:31 AM

    @ FlorioBorio
    You know, if you could have managed to post your thought without the gratuitous “Pats fans are delusional, pathetic, whiners, losers”, I might be able to take your post more seriously. We get it…you hate the Patriots and their fans. Frankly, its boring to come on here and see the same mindless, partisan bashing without any substance.
    Do you want to have an actual football discussion? If you do and you can rise above all that, I will enthusiastically engage you in debate.
    I will give you the benefit of the doubt this time, so here goes. Fact is that the Pattriots have owned the Jets in recent years. This is not debatable. As I mentioned earlier, the Patriots have beaten the Jets on the Jets home field the past 8 years, and the Pats have won 13 of the last 17 games with the Jets.
    Since Rex Ryan joined Baltimore in 1999, he has never beaten the Patriots in 3 tries, in 1999 and 2004 which were blowouts and the epic 2007 MNF game in which Ryan called his infamous timeout on 4th down. .
    Given these facts, Ryan is in no position to be talking about sending messages to the Patriots or saying they should “read between the lines”. The only message that matters would be beating the Pats on the field. And given the Jets QB situation coming into 2009, I find it very hard to believe the Jets will be beating the Patriots in week 2 with or without a healthy Tom Brady.
    Feel free to respond. Regards

  33. ELVIS says: Jun 4, 2009 9:41 AM

    ROTFLMAO gbp78

  34. Heinekenfun says: Jun 4, 2009 9:42 AM

    I can’t believe you said: “And we have a feeling it’s going to bug us as much as that favor Apollo Creed wanted in Rocky III.”
    Wow, this is really surprising. You couldn’t figure out what the favor was from Rocky III? The whole movie, Apollo was telling Rocking he owed him a favor for training him. They work hard, Rocky beats Clubber Lang and in the end.., Apollo gets his rematch with Rocky. No TV, no audience.., just the two of them in the ring fighting to see who really is ‘the best’. Of course, we never learn the outcome because the movie ends as they’re both in the ring, Rocky says ‘ding-ding’ to ring the bell, they square up and the freeze fram fades as they both lean into big throws.
    The isolated rematch Florio…, THAT was the favor.

  35. Ralphie says: Jun 4, 2009 10:12 AM

    Who says it’s a rivalry? The Jets haven’t won dick. The Yankees / Red Sox is a rivalry. Try winning something first before you jump on Superman’s cape and start calling rivalry.

  36. Tippett08 says: Jun 4, 2009 10:20 AM

    The Jets have suffered mightily from worrying about NE more than their own team.

  37. creepin death says: Jun 4, 2009 11:05 AM

    thats right stupid. keep talking

  38. serge storms says: Jun 4, 2009 11:12 AM

    You know how I know its Thursday?
    Boston fans are drunk at 11 am and they’re pissing all over themselves about something NY related.
    Even though the same can be said about M, T, W, F, Sat and Sun.

  39. kinghill says: Jun 4, 2009 11:20 AM

    That comment made me miss Buddy Ryan and the bounty on Luis Zendejas when he kicked for the Girls.

  40. VaBthang4 says: Jun 4, 2009 11:22 AM

    LOL the Jets are wack. Make the playoffs and then someone will pay attention. Hai. [/eyeroll]

  41. hayward giablommi says: Jun 4, 2009 11:34 AM

    mrmagoo says:
    I didn’t listen to the audio, but I don’t see where you get that he was alluding to the Dolphins. Regardless, the Pats and Dolphins had the same record last year, and the same 1-1 record vs. NYJ last year. The Pats will automatically be improved with Brady back, and Buffalo might be improved this year, although the jury is out on that.
    As much as I despise Favre, he did give the Jest a bit of a spark from September thru November. they will struggle to reach .500 this year with no experience at QB.

  42. TCLARK says: Jun 4, 2009 11:34 AM

    What a dumbass. Bill may score 100 on them in week two. Rule #1 don’t talk shit 4 months before the game. In fact headcoaches don’t publicly talk shit ever. What he should have said was,”They are a great team with a great coach. I hope to have my team prepared for the challenge.

  43. footballnut says: Jun 4, 2009 12:31 PM

    Some words of caution to Rex…the Pats don’t read anything between the lines, the just punish the Jets between them.

  44. rusH1023 says: Jun 4, 2009 12:34 PM

    Why would a head coach talk shit like this? He sounds like Brad Childress. It’s not like he was being blatantly disrespectful or anything, but just shut up, dumbass. Let your play do the talking.

  45. ihatethejets says: Jun 4, 2009 12:58 PM

    the funniest thing about this is that there hasnt been a single jets fan defending their team/coach in the comments. what a pathetic franchise.

  46. jjmurphy1127 says: Jun 4, 2009 2:56 PM

    Exactly – talk is cheap. Pats have proven themselves where it matters – on the field. Team of the decade with only Pittsburgh having some sort of argument – although Pats lead over Steelers this decade in all key barometers (Super Bowls won, overall winning %, etc – and beat Pitt in Pitt the two times they met in the play-offs).
    To continue with Florio’s Rocky theme, I will move to Rocky IV and quote academy award winning actor Dolph Lundgren (pause for laughter) playing Ivan Drago “You (Jets) will lose”. There are reasons Pats are something like 19-5 against the Jets in the BB era – BB, owenership, talent, skill, luck, etc. None of them involve yapping 3-4 months in advance.
    Barring another big Brady injury, Pats are looking at a likely 12-15 win season and Super Bowl. From NFC, I think it will be Giants or Eagles with Saints and Seattle as potential sleepers.

  47. mrmagoo says: Jun 4, 2009 3:00 PM

    hayward giablommi says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 11:34 am
    mrmagoo says:
    I didn’t listen to the audio, but I don’t see where you get that he was alluding to the Dolphins. Regardless, the Pats and Dolphins had the same record last year, and the same 1-1 record vs. NYJ last year. The Pats will automatically be improved with Brady back, and Buffalo might be improved this year, although the jury is out on that.
    As much as I despise Favre, he did give the Jest a bit of a spark from September thru November. they will struggle to reach .500 this year with no experience at QB.
    __________________________________
    It was a joke. Sometimes I stick a comment into the New England posts to raise the average IQ.

  48. serge storms says: Jun 4, 2009 3:48 PM

    ihatethejets……most Jets fans have jobs and can’t post to message boards all day.
    Or they have better things to do than follow teams they hate and make sure to post negative comments about them.
    If the United States was to receive an enema…..Boston is where the tube would go, to flush out turds like ihatethejets

  49. Mistress Rachael says: Jun 4, 2009 4:01 PM

    All this chirping from a franchise thats been the NFL laughingstock for 40 years????
    How delusional are the jets and their fans???? Noone takes them seriously and noone respects them..including Miami and Buffalo.
    God Ryan…win 1 game before you start chirping..you sound like Joey Porter.
    Though he fits in well…another effing loser in NY

  50. serge storms says: Jun 4, 2009 4:14 PM

    So the head coach makes a comment and that makes the fans dillusional and pathetic?
    Never mind the 46 posts from fans of other teams buzzing around this story like flies on dog shit……yea thats what winners do.
    NY fans are losers, NY sucks, NY smells, NYers are trash…bla bla bla
    Who wants to bet most of these comments come from unemployed jerkoff named Sully from Southie who reeks of B.O and Schlitz and usually doesn’t have work for the day if its raining.

  51. Ralphie says: Jun 4, 2009 4:21 PM

    serge storms, what the difference between a Jets fans and a Giants fans?
    You have to make under $10K a year to be a Jets fan.
    I’m sure your shift at Micky D’s is getting over soon and you’ll be able to post more often. I’ll have fries with that by the way.

  52. Mistress Rachael says: Jun 4, 2009 4:32 PM

    My Goodness Rex!!!….Please! I know it feels so damn good, but put the XL vibrator away for a while….and wait a few months for the real thing.
    Not only NE, but also Pennington and Miami will fill you up real good…and have you squealing like a pig in heat….Hell when they get done w/you..you may be speechless.

  53. CKL says: Jun 4, 2009 4:44 PM

    I always wondered why he didn’t get a HC job before now. Now I know why. If he interviews like he has talked for the past few months, I wouldn’t want him to be the face of my team and deal with the media either.
    I get that this is the way he talks. But as the guy who is going to be talking to the media about the team constantly, he needs to learn to express himself a little less aggressively. If he wants to talk ish about the Pats to his team behind closed doors, go for it Rex. I am pretty sure every HC probably does that to a certain extent. Nothing wrong with it.
    As a Pats fan, I don’t think he should “kiss BB’s rings” or anything but the fact of the matter is that since he took this job, his mouth has been writing a whole helluva lot of checks that he’d better hope there’s money in the bank to pay for. And he has absolutely no success as a HC behind him to back any of this up. Swagger (which I hate anyway) is a bit pathetic before you have anything to have swagger OVER.

  54. serge storms says: Jun 4, 2009 5:00 PM

    Ralphie….pulling out the old gems.
    My shift at Micky D’s….how original. You’re like the Carlo’s Mencia of PFT….you’ll recycle any old joke, no matter how bad.
    You should post your address so I can send you a set of rainbow suspenders that you can wear when you’re opening those cans of comedy gold.

  55. GR365 says: Jun 4, 2009 5:59 PM

    Maybe he shouldn’t kiss the rings….? He at least keep his mouth shut until he sees how the Jets stack up vs. the Patriots!
    IMHO why hit the beeshive with a stick?
    Rex, I don’t want to speak for BB, but I’m sure he’s not intimidated by the Jets either! LOL…..I don’t think Brady has lost a game in the Meadowlands? So, I don’t think he’s intimidated either!
    Loose lips sink ships.

  56. FlorioBorio says: Jun 4, 2009 6:03 PM

    tj.52 says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 6:15 am
    “And when they come here that second week of the season, we’ll see.”
    ———————————————
    We’ll see Brady throwing for 400 yards and 3 TDs and the Jets getting buried 35-13. We’ll see Sanchez throwing 4 picks, one for six and Morris/Taylor/ Faulk/ Maroney combining for at least 160 yards and 1 TD.
    _________
    You would be better served using that “crystal ball” of your to pick the Powerball numbers, chump.

  57. FlorioBorio says: Jun 4, 2009 6:04 PM

    promichael says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 6:21 am
    “macho macho macho man, I got to be a macho man”
    Perhaps Rex Ryan really has a message. I’m just not quite
    sure what it is. It’s great to hear Rex singing with the Village
    People.
    ________
    Don’t the Village People live in Massachusetts? Where gay marriage is actually legal.

  58. FlorioBorio says: Jun 4, 2009 6:13 PM

    hayward giablommi says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 9:31 am
    @ FlorioBorio
    You know, if you could have managed to post your thought without the gratuitous “Pats fans are delusional, pathetic, whiners, losers”, I might be able to take your post more seriously. We get it…you hate the Patriots and their fans. Frankly, its boring to come on here and see the same mindless, partisan bashing without any substance.
    Do you want to have an actual football discussion? If you do and you can rise above all that, I will enthusiastically engage you in debate.
    I will give you the benefit of the doubt this time, so here goes. Fact is that the Pattriots have owned the Jets in recent years. This is not debatable. As I mentioned earlier, the Patriots have beaten the Jets on the Jets home field the past 8 years, and the Pats have won 13 of the last 17 games with the Jets.
    Since Rex Ryan joined Baltimore in 1999, he has never beaten the Patriots in 3 tries, in 1999 and 2004 which were blowouts and the epic 2007 MNF game in which Ryan called his infamous timeout on 4th down. .
    Given these facts, Ryan is in no position to be talking about sending messages to the Patriots or saying they should “read between the lines”. The only message that matters would be beating the Pats on the field. And given the Jets QB situation coming into 2009, I find it very hard to believe the Jets will be beating the Patriots in week 2 with or without a healthy Tom Brady.
    Feel free to respond. Regards
    __________
    Feel free to share your ‘logic’ with the delusional Red Sox fans up in your neck of the woods, since the Yankees have pretty much owned them since the 1920s. The bottom line is that all of your alleged “football discussion” refers to the past, as does what I mentioned regarding the Yankees, so in reality it matters little in any discussion of future performance of either team. Rex Ryan has proven himself on the defensive side of the ball with the Ravens and is qualified to make positive comments regarding the future performance of his team, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. Just because Pats fans always want to come onto these boards with a chip on their shoulders does not mean that Ryan was shooting off his mouth. He merely stated that he would not be intimidated by anyone, including Belichick, and that “we would see” what happened in Week 2 next season. Only you pathetic Pats fans see any sort of boasting in that comment. The rest of us see a coach that is eager to test his new team against the team of a coach that has been around for a while longer than Ryan has. But keep convincing yourself that you know better, haywoodjablowbillbelichick, because the same overconfidence by you and the rest of your fellow Pats fans got punctured like a balloon two Super Bowls ago, and like the rest of the NFL fans here, I enjoyed it immensely. Everyone loves to see pompous asses like you all taken down when it matters most.

  59. FlorioBorio says: Jun 4, 2009 6:15 PM

    Ralphie says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 10:12 am
    Who says it’s a rivalry? The Jets haven’t won dick. The Yankees / Red Sox is a rivalry. Try winning something first before you jump on Superman’s cape and start calling rivalry.
    ______________
    26 to 7 is hardly a rivalry. 3 to 1 is a hell of alot closer, Ralphie. I don’t know what planet you are from but you need to go back to school because the math works severely against your statement.

  60. FlorioBorio says: Jun 4, 2009 6:17 PM

    TCLARK says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 11:34 am
    What a dumbass. Bill may score 100 on them in week two. Rule #1 don’t talk shit 4 months before the game. In fact headcoaches don’t publicly talk shit ever. What he should have said was,”They are a great team with a great coach. I hope to have my team prepared for the challenge.
    _______
    Maybe someone should have given Tom Brady the same advice when he shot off his mouth right before the Super Bowl two years ago (your last line).

  61. FlorioBorio says: Jun 4, 2009 6:40 PM

    Ralphie says:
    June 4th, 2009 at 4:21 pm
    serge storms, what the difference between a Jets fans and a Giants fans?
    You have to make under $10K a year to be a Jets fan.
    I’m sure your shift at Micky D’s is getting over soon and you’ll be able to post more often. I’ll have fries with that by the way.
    _________
    Only welfare takers and people who make under $10 K eat at Mickey D’s, Ralphie. So thank you for outing yourself on that score. Since you also seem to be from New England, do you want to tell us something else as well? After all, all of New England except for Rhode Island is now allowing legalized gay marriage, so this would be the opportune time for you to come out of the closet.

  62. Ralphie says: Jun 4, 2009 8:42 PM

    FlorioBorio, The Pats absolute superiority eats at your dry and constipated little impacted turd of a brain. You’d be better off if you actually made some points other than the usual a*shat propaganda you consistently vomit. What have the Yankees won lately dbag? DICK. Just the the J-E-T-S. DICK. You’re right though, there is no rivalry with the Yankees and the Red Sox, the Sox OWN the Yankees, the Yankees don’t even register. You are a true moron..I mean “Jets Fan”.

  63. serge storms says: Jun 4, 2009 9:38 PM

    “The Pats absolute superiority eats at your dry and constipated little impacted turd of a brain. You’d be better off if you actually made some points other than the usual a*shat propaganda you consistently vomit. What have the Yankees won lately dbag? DICK. Just the the J-E-T-S. DICK. You’re right though, there is no rivalry with the Yankees and the Red Sox, the Sox OWN the Yankees, the Yankees don’t even register. You are a true moron..I mean “Jets Fan”. ”
    Stay classy Boston!!!!!!

  64. serge storms says: Jun 4, 2009 9:46 PM

    “the…biggest…choke…job…in…sports…history…in 2004 at the hands of the Red Sox”
    NO……18-1 is the BIGGEST CHOKE in the history of the WORLD let alone sports.
    Right now…..there are children in impoverished nations running around in 2008 Patriots SB shirts…….LOL
    Dont believe me?
    http://img.timeinc.net/time/daily/2008/0802/postcard_nicaragua_0215.jpg

  65. pats haters suck says: Jun 4, 2009 10:17 PM

    Hey FlorioBorio aka “Pats haters suck sucks”
    How about consolidating your embarrassing temper tantrums all into one instead of stretching it out over 7 posts?
    Trust me, everyone, Pats fans and non Pats fans alike, will still be able to see that you’re a flaming f**ktard.
    .
    .
    .
    p.s. Attn: Mike Florio- do you see the way that this fool is desecrating your name (not to mention comments section)?
    I believe its either time that this site be moderated or start up a comments pages for those 12 years old and under so kids like this can vent off the stress that comes along with entering puberty, without bothing the rest of us.

  66. serge storms says: Jun 5, 2009 12:06 AM

    heyward…..so much anger.
    Do you need a tissue? Do you need a ritalin? It’s football we’re talking about here…..is wishing death on people really necessary? Don’t you think you’re getting a little carried away?
    Now regarding your post….The stories you have heard are B.S but your anger and hatred for all things NY and all things Jets have blinded you to the point that you would believe anything because you want to so badly. If one of your “sources” told you Jets fans were sacrificing babies you would believe it.
    How old are you? Seriously because if you’re older than 15, you should have yourself checked out by a doctor. You take this shit way too seriously, you’re going to give yourself a stroke.

  67. serge storms says: Jun 5, 2009 12:13 AM

    And Hayward, just so there’s no hard feelings….im going to buy you this:
    http://mtpundit.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/patriots-tattoo.jpg
    You’ll be king of the trailer park and the envy of all your night school classmates.

  68. hayward giablommi says: Jun 5, 2009 10:32 AM

    @ serge storms
    Gate D

  69. Joeb3477 says: Jun 5, 2009 10:51 AM

    When are teams going to learn not to give the patriots bulletin board material? (see freddie mitchel in pats/ eagles superbowl)
    What message has he sent to the patriots? Maybe it was taken out of context but either way the Jets have been running their mouths a little which I don’t mind. Such as Kerry Rhodes saying they were the best defense and that he feels for any team that has to face them. Hopefully they keeps talking crap, it makes it interesting.
    Did he forget that he has a rookie QB??? The patriots destroy Rookie Qb’s. I can’t wait to see Moss catching bombs running by kerry rhodes. Either way it’s going to be an interesting season this year in the AFC EAST.

  70. Joeb3477 says: Jun 5, 2009 11:03 AM

    Also I don’t know how people can describe the patriots loss to the giants in the superbowl as choking. Brady scored on his 2nd to last drive and there was probably a 1% chance that he could of scored on his last drive. The giants were a top 5 team last year and finished first in the nfc. So losing a superbowl to a top 3 team in the nfc is choking? Haha I’ll take winning 3 out of 4 superbowls over whatever the jets have accomplished…. The Jets don’t have a proven QB. I think they’ll be pretty good this year as long as they run the ball and they are a good team on paper. But the cowboys are also a great team on paper and couldn’t even make the playoffs.
    Also the red sox have owned the yankees the last couple of years so I don’t know what the jets/yankee fan is talking about. The kid probably can’t even name half the players on the jets haha

  71. footballnut says: Jun 5, 2009 3:52 PM

    @ serge:
    I will admit and certainly agree that my Pats choked in the big game. However, the Yankees choked four games in a row back in 2004. 36 straight innings no less and the Sox took them down in their own ballpark.
    I don’t know, but I would say that is a bit of a bigger choke job. However, it doesn’t really matter. We’ve been pretty happy here in Boston this last decade with the sports clubs in town so say what you will, whatever.

  72. NYSportzfan831 says: Jun 5, 2009 6:17 PM

    obviously:
    “Bart Scott and Darell Revis and KerryRhodes? Have fun with that”
    Obviously, you are dumbass…you name your great players…and act like the Jets have three on Def.
    You forgot Jenkins, Harris, Leonhard, Shephard, Pace, Lowery, oh not to mention our dark horse Gholston who is going to light things up this year…MARK MY WORDS, I am not like you whiny haters with your wicked aahful dialect in NE who will make wise cracks and never take responsibility for poor judgment.
    If Gholston plays badly I will be the first to admit I was wrong and did poor research like a man.
    The Pats are nasty and any team would like to have a dynasty like that, but I would not trade for those ships if I knew I had to be a hater rather than a fan, I saw how miserable your lives are in the short period I had to go to school up there…clowns.

  73. NYSportzfan831 says: Jun 5, 2009 6:47 PM

    I haven’t read much other than his/her? past comment, but I have found one NE fan I can respect…
    footballnut says:
    June 5th, 2009 at 3:52 pm
    @ serge:
    “I will admit and certainly agree that my Pats choked in the big game. However, the Yankees choked four games in a row back in 2004. 36 straight innings no less and the Sox took them down in their own ballpark.”
    “I don’t know, but I would say that is a bit of a bigger choke job. However, it doesn’t really matter. We’ve been pretty happy here in Boston this last decade with the sports clubs in town so say what you will, whatever. ”
    FINALLY…someone who is just making a statement in defense, and one I would have to agree with. I am a die hard Yankees fan, but I am not too sure which event was a bigger choke.
    Also, all you have to say is how nice its been to enjoy championships in the last decade or so, just as I felt through the 90’s in NY. Respect for you footballnut, I look forward to good football this year in the AFC East!

  74. guypatsfan says: Nov 15, 2012 10:50 PM

    Well, here we are, three years later, and what has happened so far? The Jets did make it to a couple of AFC Championship games, beating the Pats in the 2010 playoffs in the process, but the Pats have been back to the SB in the same time span, and they have dominated the AFC East as well. The Jets? They’ve brought Tim Tebow to back up Sanchez, with poor results, and the Jets as a team have sunk to new levels of mediocrity. Rex Ryan won’t have to worry about kissing Belichick’s rings, since he’ll be kissing some NFL GM’s ass for a job real soon!

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