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Belichick responds to Ryan, who continues to take shots at Brady

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Rex Ryan says Sunday’s game in Foxborough is all about Ryan vs. Bill Belichick.   It didn’t take long for Belichick to respond:

“I might have a little quickness on him, he’s probably got a little more strength and power on me,” Belichick said on a conference call via ESPNBoston.com.   “I don’t think you’ll see either of us out there making any blocks, or tackles, or runs throws or catches. At least you won’t see me doing that. It’s probably a good thing for our team.”

Belichick will predictably deflect Ryan’s trash talking.   Tom Brady will probably take the same approach, despite Ryan calling Brady out for his “antics.”

“He took a shot at me [in last month’s game] with his antics on the field,” Ryan said via Bob Glauber of Newsday.  “I don’t want him to score, so I’m going to do whatever I can to keep him out of the endzone.”

Asked to expound, Ryan apparently was referring to Brady’s habit of pointing at opposing teams after scoring.

“I’m not as big a target as I used to be,” joked Ryan.  “That’s just Brady being Brady. I don’t like seeing that. No Jets fan likes to see that. He can’t wait to do it. He’s not going to say anything publicly, but he does it. It’s what it is. It’s my job to keep him out of the endzone.”

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  1. madtolive5 says: Jan 10, 2011 12:53 PM

    This coming from a guy who coaches a certain RB that jumps and pounds his chest after a 5 Yard run…

  2. tiffpats4eva says: Jan 10, 2011 12:55 PM

    Brady needs to stop hurting the Jets’ little feelings with his celebrating on the field. Show some mercy, Brady. We all know how Ryan cries.

  3. gbfanforever says: Jan 10, 2011 12:55 PM

    Oh would everyone, including PFT just shut up about this crap already. No one cares anymore, we get it, they don’t like each other. Just play the frickin game already.

  4. knucklebucket says: Jan 10, 2011 12:55 PM

    Thats what I love about the Patriots. They think the same thing as all these other players and coaches. The difference is that they keep their mouth shut and let their play speak for them. I love the pointing to the opposite sideline.

  5. huejackson says: Jan 10, 2011 1:01 PM

    Huge JETS FAN ON SUNDAY!
    I hope The jets destroy the patsI just dont think its going to happen.
    I think the Ravens will end up beating the pats in the AFC Championship.
    The Falcons will win the superbowl.

    If the NFL didnt screw the Raiders they would be the SB champs

  6. plifer says: Jan 10, 2011 1:01 PM

    I don’t get Ryan. Obviously he is trying to bait Brady and Belichick to start a war of words. Won’t happen. Brady and Belichik do their talking on the field.
    The fact that Brady points to Ryan after a score is Brady taking care of business on the field and out of the headlines. I don’t recall ever seeing a story being written about Brady pointing to Ryan after a TD.
    If no Jets fant or Jet likes to see the finger pointing, perhaps Ryan and others shouldn’t talk smack off the field. I’ve never seen Brady call anyone out that didn’t have it coming. A boy oh boy, does Ryan have it coming this Sunday…this talk by Ryan is doing nothing but firing Brady up. You see how he plays when he’s upset. Don’t make him upset Ryan.
    Stick to what you know..coaching defenses, and stroking feet.

  7. giablommi says: Jan 10, 2011 1:02 PM

    Gotta love Belichick’s stonefaced deadpan humor. I wouldn’t want anyone else coaching my team.

    Rexy Poo reveals how clueless he is for continuing to try and rile up Brady. This is the same Brady who still has a chip on his shoulder for being a 6th round draft pick, who does just fine without any outside motivation and who goes above and beyond when any perceived slight is lobbed his way.

    Either Rex just doesn’t get it, a strong possibility, or is a chronically manic individual. I am not sure I’d be feeling all that confident if I was a Jets fan (and thank god I’m not), this Jets team under Sanchez and Rexy has looked AWFUL in two appearances in Gillette, they cannot play in cold weather (yeah yeah they won in Pittsburgh but without Polamalu), they barely beat a weak Colts team inside a dome.

    Going back outside in January in Foxboro in a hostile environment, let’s just say I like the Pats chances and leave it at that.

  8. richm2256 says: Jan 10, 2011 1:03 PM

    I, for one, would LOVE to see Belichick go shake Ryan’s hand …….. wearing all five of his Super Bowl rings on his right hand.

    And a big ol’ smile.

  9. usher716 says: Jan 10, 2011 1:08 PM

    As a long suffering Bills fan, I hate both of these teams, however, the Jets are starting to surpass my level of hatred for their lack of class. I just have a feeling that the more trash the Jets talk, the worse their beating is going to be.

  10. rayjayjohnsonjr says: Jan 10, 2011 1:09 PM

    …It’s my job to keep him out of the endzone…

    OK, just flash your Twikle Toes at him and see if that does it.

  11. mistrezzrachael says: Jan 10, 2011 1:09 PM

    Rexy swallowed too much toe fungus….

    Kinda laughable that he’s reaching for anything he can get his hands on.

    In short the foot slave is F.O.S

  12. drunkendegenerate says: Jan 10, 2011 1:11 PM

    mistrezzrachael:

    You’re another one. Get in the kitchen where you belong, lady. You have ZERO class and you comments are tired and less than witty. STFU, seriously.

  13. giablommi says: Jan 10, 2011 1:13 PM

    And another thing, it was pretty obvious early on in the 45-3 drubbing that Rexy Poo was on a mission to outcoach Belichick, as evidenced by his stupid decision to defer the kickoff to the potent Patriots offense in Foxboro and also by his stupid challenge on 4th and short from midefield 3 minutes or so into the game.

    While he didn’t lose that game, his desperation to outshine Belichick on MNF was clearly a detriment to the Jesters, any reason to think given this commentary that the same will not apply again this Sunday?

  14. patswinagain says: Jan 10, 2011 1:13 PM

    This is how the myths get started. Some big lard a$$ says brady does something…and all the lemmings swallow it. Now all of a sudden brady taunts sidelines after TDs. This crap is exactly the reason bulliten board material doesn’t have to be real, to want to lay the wood to those hacks. Good luck Jexy Rexy!

  15. saberstud75 says: Jan 10, 2011 1:13 PM

    Hey Rex, if you don’t want Brady taking shot at you after scoring keep your pie-hole shut… and stop posting foot fetish videos on youtube.

  16. j0esixpack says: Jan 10, 2011 1:14 PM

    Belichick will continue to try to bring out the best in his team by calling on the players to be humble about their achievements to date

    Rex Ryan does the opposite – writing checks with his mouth and making his players be the one to cash them.

    Time will tell whether Rex’s bold move of declaring his team “Soon to be champs” in the pre-season makes him put his own foot in his mouth for a change.

    “Soon to be chumps” is more like it.

  17. chapnastier says: Jan 10, 2011 1:14 PM

    Again, how is Rex trash talking?

  18. jameswestphal says: Jan 10, 2011 1:17 PM

    I like this new arrangement. The Jets own May-October, and also Tuesday-Saturday. Rex, you got beat by SIX TDs last time you played bro, maybe shut up and coach this time. What a bloated, loudmouthed turd Rex Ryan is.

  19. commoncents says: Jan 10, 2011 1:18 PM

    You mean Tom does his talking and pointing on the field Rexie, unlike you? I do hope, between Tom and Bill, you get your nose rubbed in piss this weekend and you FINALLY learn your yapping works against you you dumb a$$!!!

  20. skoobyfl says: Jan 10, 2011 1:20 PM

    I think Brady may just smoke the Jets again to wipe that smirk off Rex’s face. I see that as the most likely scenario regardless of what the Jets think.

  21. blackqbwhiterb says: Jan 10, 2011 1:21 PM

    Last year, he was the fiery, bombastic coach of the Jets, an exciting young up and coming team on the rise.
    He has since turned into a buffoon, an embarrassment to his team and his league.
    It worked up to a point, but he overdid it.
    Repeat of the last time they played each other, coming up. If they’re smart, they’ll run it run it run it, like the 2nd half against Indy. Otherwise they got no shot

  22. cmstrick says: Jan 10, 2011 1:24 PM

    This might actually be an entertaining game to watch, but I have a feeling I’m going to have hype poisoning by Sunday… I’ll probably be glad whoever wins – just because then I won’t have to hear about it anymore.

  23. crunchyclam says: Jan 10, 2011 1:28 PM

    What happened to emulating the ‘quiet confidence’ of your favorite team, Pats fans? Y’all been talking more smack these past two weeks than any other fan base. It almost seems like you are trying to talk yourselves into a win this week.

  24. grpatriot says: Jan 10, 2011 1:31 PM

    Rex can’t control himself IMHO Too bad they don’t have lapbands for lips….Lipbands???
    He needs 2 of them!

  25. philtration says: Jan 10, 2011 1:31 PM

    Not easy for me to root for the Patriots but I hope they smack the hell out of the Jets.

    Rex Ryan has become the biggest drama queen in the NFL now that Favre is gone. (maybe)

  26. j0esixpack says: Jan 10, 2011 1:32 PM

    This isn’t exactly “Round 3″

    This isn’t the same team that the Jets beat in September. Ryan assembled his team, investing a ton of money in his DBs to shut down Moss.

    When the Pats traded Moss for an extra 3rd rounder they did more than maximize value for a washed up diva – they made Rex Ryan’s defensive personnel moves less relevant.

    Fast forward to December and see how well the Jets were able to stop the team they’ll face next week.

    Ryan had no answer then – it remains to be seen if he’ll have a better answer now. But this BS of “we beat them in September” is pretty pathetic.

  27. baboushka says: Jan 10, 2011 1:35 PM

    The “MotorMouth of the Meadowlands” strikes again. Rex, Just shut up! And let your team do the talking and walking. This is a coach with Type A discipline deficiencies. His big belly and mouth says it all. His team can beat Belichick’s if he will just get out of their way. I don’t think the Jets will win the game. But they do have a legit shot. But Rex keeps putting the dreaded choke noose around their necks. And it will get tighter if they fall behind early and often against the Patriots this weekend.

  28. jcjets says: Jan 10, 2011 1:35 PM

    The problem with the NFL is its so stuffy. What I find funny too is it seems everyone hates how PC this country has become, meanwhile everyone wants coaches, and players to be completely PC in sports.

    Every other coach thinks the same way as Rex, he just comes out and says it. BIG DEAL!

  29. jvw1982 says: Jan 10, 2011 1:36 PM

    Good for Ryan for calling Brady out for showing up other teams after a score…..lets see if he regrets it…..

  30. TJ52 says: Jan 10, 2011 1:36 PM

    Ryan has every reason to be confident, the Jets look unstoppable. They just went to Indy and handed it to the Colts.

    The last winning team the Pats beat was Green Bay 4 weeks ago and they barely pulled it off at home against a backup QB.

    Belichick better start getting his overacheiving offense and terrible defense ready for what could end up being a sexy-rexy beat-down.

  31. tiffpats4eva says: Jan 10, 2011 1:37 PM

    madtolive5 says:
    Jan 10, 2011 12:53 PM
    This coming from a guy who coaches a certain RB that jumps and pounds his chest after a 5 Yard run…
    ********

    Eggzactly. This is my favorite comment.

  32. plifer says: Jan 10, 2011 1:38 PM

    chapnastier:

    It’s quite obvious really how Rex is trash talking. ..
    1. Rex made 2 independent (perhaps more) derogatory statements about Brady not preparing for teams the same way Manning does. Says he prepares less for games than Manning, and that Manning would have watched the Jets beat Indy, instead of enjoying a night out at the theater with his wife.
    2. Rex said that Brady’s success has more to do with Belichick than Brady. Manning’s success has all to do with Manning.

    There are probably more examples to sight you, but in summary, Rex opened mouth, inserted wife’s toes a few times now. How on God’s green earth would Rex know what Brady does or doesn’t do, or have the ability to attribute success to any one player or coach. He is trying to stir crap up as usual.

    My point is that no head coach should be saying these type of things to the media. If he feels it, keep it in check. It proves how much of an idiot Rex is.

    But just in case you don’t believe the above, try googling, “Fat, Rex, Toeslave, Loser, Classless, Trashtalk, Jealous of, Belichick, Brady, Patriots”. That should help.

  33. giablommi says: Jan 10, 2011 1:40 PM

    “Ryan assembled his team, investing a ton of money in his DBs to shut down Moss.”
    ^^^^^
    Bingo. It’s all fine and dandy to have a shutdown corner, but a shutdown corner against the post-Randy Moss Patriots does you very little good with the way Brady is spreading the ball around.

  34. fxp111 says: Jan 10, 2011 1:40 PM

    Keep talkin’, fat man. Keep talkin’…

  35. drunkendegenerate says: Jan 10, 2011 1:41 PM

    giablommi says:

    And another thing, it was pretty obvious early on in the 45-3 drubbing that Rexy Poo was on a mission to outcoach Belichick, as evidenced by his stupid decision to defer the kickoff to the potent Patriots offense in Foxboro and also by his stupid challenge on 4th and short from midefield 3 minutes or so into the game.
    ___________________________________

    The challenge was ridiculous, I’ll give you that. But when you’re playing against an all-world QB such as Brady, you defer everytime. Why? Because you don’t want the Pats to have the ball at the end of the first half and also get the ball to start the second half. It’s a potential 14 point swing and not easy to overcome.

  36. quizguy66 says: Jan 10, 2011 1:41 PM

    My favorite bit:

    “I don’t think you’ll see either of us out there making any blocks, or tackles, or runs throws or catches. —>At least you won’t see me doing that.”

    This is a very deft comment on the Alosi incident :) Love how he snuck that dig in there.

    Here’s to hoping the Jets get pummeled.

    -QG

  37. 8man says: Jan 10, 2011 1:42 PM

    Keep it lively, Rexy. How did New York sports ever live without this guy? What a charmer!

    And we’ve heard nothing from those boring Steelers and Ravens. Dull, I tell you. Rex knows that his team is playing in a game to play for the right to play in another game to play for the right of playing in the big game.

    Is there a trophy for this game? Well, it doesn’t matter. Because it’s the biggest game of the year! And Rex will keep us motivated and engaged right up until kickoff. Good thing too, because it’s obvious Tom Brady doesn’t fully grasp how big it is. Well Rex, will get him up to speed. Seeing a play instead of watching the Colts and the Jets? Really?

    I love this guy! Testify, my brother! Woohoo!

  38. cornellsteelers says: Jan 10, 2011 1:43 PM

    Looks like every other post this week will be on Jets-Pats. Meanwhile, Ravens-Steelers, which will likely be a far more competitive and compelling game, is probably going to be mostly ignored with the exception of a couple Ed Reed sniffle stories.

  39. tiffpats4eva says: Jan 10, 2011 1:44 PM

    crunchyclam says:
    Jan 10, 2011 1:28 PM
    What happened to emulating the ‘quiet confidence’ of your favorite team, Pats fans? Y’all been talking more smack these past two weeks than any other fan base. It almost seems like you are trying to talk yourselves into a win this week.
    ************

    Can you please tell us what you though Belichick said?

  40. tiffpats4eva says: Jan 10, 2011 1:52 PM

    chapnastier says:
    Jan 10, 2011 1:14 PM
    Again, how is Rex trash talking?
    ***********

    Well it started prior to the Indy game when he stated Brady didn’t study and he relied on Belichick and it continues. Try to keep up!

  41. piratefreedom says: Jan 10, 2011 1:58 PM

    45-3

  42. all4patriots says: Jan 10, 2011 2:01 PM

    You can talk a little AFTER you do something. It’s hard not to enjoy it a little in the moment, especially after holding your tongue for so long.

    When you talk BEFORE you so ANYTHING you look like a fool, or like a Jet… which is pretty much the same thing.

    talk, talk, talk…

    Let me know when the Jets actually show some class and clam up, waiting until they actually do something before they talk it up big.

  43. metalhead65 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:04 PM

    it is amazing how the mind of this idiot works. does he realy think dissing brady will soemhow get into his head and cause him to have a bad game? if brady sucks against them sun. it will because he is due a bad game and nothing to do with going to a play on a sat. night a week before his next game. did he miss any prctice time eo see it?how is watching a game on tv going to help beat the jets once again? I believe they have game fims which help a player more than actualy watching the game does. not a big pats fan but will when they play the jets sun. hopefuly another beat down maybe a kittle worse if we are lucky,would love nothing better than to see rex crying on the sideline. and the above poster is right,it would be awsome if belichick holds out his rings for rex to kiss after the game!

  44. gallogj says: Jan 10, 2011 2:09 PM

    If Brady scores…Ryan should have to lick his feet. Wait…that would be rewarding Rex. If Brady scores…he is NOT allowed to lick his feet!

  45. neilpountney says: Jan 10, 2011 2:09 PM

    So if I get this right. Its okay for the big fat guy to constantly make jibes about the Patriots and mock both Belichick and Brady but he gets offended when Brady points to the sideline **Gasp** what a terribly unsporting thing to do Brady!!!

    Rex this weekend is NOT about you and Bill Belichick, its all about who plays the better game on the day, on the field. You just like your mouth are irrelevent.

  46. electstat says: Jan 10, 2011 2:11 PM

    Oh look…the same people saying that the Colts would crush the Jets and how they would be watching the game this weekend.

  47. eduncw says: Jan 10, 2011 2:12 PM

    “Its not personal Rex, It’s business.” – Michael Corleone

  48. laxer37 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:13 PM

    Rex, Belichick, and Brady. Three guys with huge chips on their shoulders.

    Rex is bent that his team doesn’t get any respect outside of New York.

    Belichick is bent that he was never once successful as a head coach until he had Brady.

    Brady still can’t get over the fact he was drafted in the sixth round.

    All three of these guys need to lighten up and stop taking themselves so seriously.

  49. giablommi says: Jan 10, 2011 2:16 PM

    @ drunkendegenerate

    I prefer to see my team defer as well, but come on, you didn’t have to be Bill Belichick or Vince Lombardi to figure out that for that game (or this upcoming game), the Jets would have to get an early lead, establish the run and control the clock. As a Pats fan, all I wanted to see was the Pats get an early lead and make Sanchez win the game for the Jets, that’s exactly what happened and we saw how that worked out.

    This Pats team, like their great teams of 2003-04, are nintent on taking the lead early on and dictating the pace of the game, with their renewed commitment to a balanced gameplan they usually don’t relinquish the lead, unlike last year.

  50. jbfortes18 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:16 PM

    Annnnnnnnd their off…(mouths start talking)

  51. grant444 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:18 PM

    With his history of talk & no results, I see Rex Ryan fired by the Jets w/in 2 yrs.

    I’m a Steeler fan but I gotta see Brady absolutely making 45-3 a HALFTIME score at the rate Ryan is running his mouth.

  52. chapnastier says: Jan 10, 2011 2:23 PM

    @plifer and tiff

    OK I get what you are trying to say here but let’s look at it from this point of view. The Jets had to beat the Colts before they could even begin to worry about the Patriots. All of this Manning talk was before the Colts game and if you ask me was probably more of a sign of respect for Manning than a diss towards Brady. It’s not like he was going off saying that Brady never prepares. As far as Belichick goes, in case you missed Cassel’s success when Brady was out, it is clear that Belichick deserves quite a bit of credit for the success of the entire Patriots team.

    Now I am not saying that Rex hasn’t had his fair share of trash talking this season and this previous offseason, but you are getting caught up in the trap. PFT had a post earlier today claiming that Rex was trash talking when if you took the time to read the quotes he was just stating facts and confidence in his own team. As far as the foot thing and swinger thing goes… touche’

  53. tiffpats4eva says: Jan 10, 2011 2:27 PM

    laxer37 says:
    Jan 10, 2011 2:13 PM
    Rex, Belichick, and Brady. Three guys with huge chips on their shoulders.

    Rex is bent that his team doesn’t get any respect outside of New York.

    Belichick is bent that he was never once successful as a head coach until he had Brady.

    Brady still can’t get over the fact he was drafted in the sixth round.

    All three of these guys need to lighten up and stop taking themselves so seriously.
    ************

    Where did you study psychology? Wal-Mart U?

  54. pastabelly says: Jan 10, 2011 2:30 PM

    “I’m not as big a target as I used to be,” joked Ryan. “That’s just Brady being Brady. I don’t like seeing that. No Jets fan likes to see that. He can’t wait to do it. He’s not going to say anything publicly, but he does it. It’s what it is. It’s my job to keep him out of the endzone.”
    ==================================
    Brady’s job is to make Jets fans seeing many things that they don’t like seeing. It’s Ryan’s job is to put his players in a position to stop Brady (not Belichick). Ryan should shut up and do his job and stop worrying about what happens when he doesn’t do his job.

  55. theytukrjobs says: Jan 10, 2011 2:30 PM

    Ryan loves the spotlight and he has convinced himself that it helps his team to hog it and keep his players out of the sports gossip scene as much as he can. I doubt that he truly is that offended by Brady’s antics. He just wants the media pester Tom Brady and not his own players.

    Whatever advantage or disadvantage there is to all of this chest thumping I doubt that it will be a significant factor in who wins. There is nothing wrong with what Ryan is doing as long as his players are okay with him getting all the attention. If like TO was on the team he’d hate what Ryan is doing.

  56. psousa1 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:32 PM

    If the Jets get bounced Sunday and Rex keeps up his ‘It’s really all about me’ show next season how long will it take for some of these players to get tired of the act? They got something like 18 free agents going into this off season so maybe he will keep his mouth shut. Probably not. If Rex’s hero, Peyton Manning, didn’t throw up all over his shoes again (WTF was calling the plays for Indy – two straight 3rd and 1′s, in the first quarter and they feel they have to pass? They could have picked up those first downs on the ground – that was the game).

  57. gnyj85 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:34 PM

    28-14

  58. kellyb9 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:34 PM

    @jvw1982 – Showing up teams after you score is a hell of a lot better than showing up teams before you score.

  59. emperorzero says: Jan 10, 2011 2:35 PM

    Look for the Jets to employ a wall of coaches any time Brady rolls out towards the Jets sideline.

  60. bluvayner says: Jan 10, 2011 2:41 PM

    Brady points at Ryan after he scores ????
    Hell …..that’s a lot of pointing!!!
    That would get on anyone’s nerves after the sixth or seventh touchdown!

  61. infectorman says: Jan 10, 2011 2:44 PM

    been watching the pats since the early 80′s and over these last couple months I have trying like hell to recall a Pats Win that was more of a complete domination over another team than that MNF game. To top it off, they were both 9-2 at the time? How does a 9-2 team completely destroy another 9-2 team so convincingly in mid-season. not sure there was ever a more complete ass-whoopin in Pats history than that game

  62. 1historian says: Jan 10, 2011 2:47 PM

    Pats 34, jets 10.

    Come out of the gate fast like always, make them play catch-up

    Did you see the gut on Ryan Saturday? That is one whale-like dude.

    let him talk

  63. obamain2012 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:47 PM

    Hoodie says: “I don’t think you’ll see either of us out there making any blocks, or tackles, or runs throws or catches. At least you won’t see me doing that…”

    This is totally a shot at Alosi and the Jets. LOVE IT! Way to go BB!

  64. boothisman says: Jan 10, 2011 2:48 PM

    I would love for Brady to say something about Rex sticking ‘his foot in his mouth’, or some other foot-type word play.

  65. 54bear55 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:49 PM

    Is it just me or are the Rex Ryan Jets extremely reminiscent of the Buddy Ryan Eagles of the early nineties? Both teams are tough, defensive oriented teams that are exciting to watch and have dynamic personalities mixed with plenty of controversy and trash talk. Both have spotty, inconsistent, yet sometimes exciting offense. And most importantly, both are somewhat successful teams who consistently get outplayed and outclassed by their big division rival.

  66. 1historian says: Jan 10, 2011 2:50 PM

    this is no “war of words”. This is just some writer who doesn’t have a story making one up – no more no less.

  67. thejuddstir says: Jan 10, 2011 2:52 PM

    Does anyone wonder if Rex EVER stops and thinks before he talks????? What a freakin’ idiot, no wonder his wife has to have someone else take care of her needs….Rex is too busy talkin’ about what he’s gonna do. Rex thinks it’s wrong for Brady to point a finger after scoring but it’s ok for Rex to have his coaches trip a player……with rationale like Rex’s, it’s no wonder that his wife has to look elsewhere for satisfaction.

  68. blackglass3 says: Jan 10, 2011 2:53 PM

    gnyj85 says:
    Jan 10, 2011 2:34 PM
    28-14

    45-3

  69. scotchrocks says: Jan 10, 2011 2:55 PM

    For a dude that doesn’t talk much, I bet Belichek is one of the funniest people in the world, that is if you appreciate dry humor.

    As for Rex, keep it up! The same people wanting you to be humble are probably the same people talking trash about you. lol

    And if Ryan’s team doesn’t show, it’s on him for writing all these “checks.”

  70. trickbunny says: Jan 10, 2011 2:56 PM

    “Asked to expound, Ryan apparently was referring to Brady’s habit of pointing at opposing teams after scoring.”

    I have a feeling the Brady is going to doing a LOT of pointing at the opposing team this weekend…

  71. trickbunny says: Jan 10, 2011 2:56 PM

    “Asked to expound, Ryan apparently was referring to Brady’s habit of pointing at opposing teams after scoring.”

    I have a feeling the Brady is going to be doing a LOT of pointing at the opposing team this weekend…

  72. thejuddstir says: Jan 10, 2011 2:59 PM

    I don’t like the Pats but Rex and his crybaby players make me hate the Jets. How does the media let this buffoon get away with any kind of bravado when he hasn’t accomplished a thing on the field????!!!!! Last year certainly can’t count for anything as the bungals and colts both laid down just for the jets to back into the playoffs as a wild card team. this year all we heard was how rex would go undefeated, win the division, blah blah blah and what happens…………..he manages to get another wild card birth, big freakin’ deal. How about all the promises and checks written on what they (jets) were going to do back in preseason?????

  73. tiffpats4eva says: Jan 10, 2011 3:00 PM

    gnyj85 says:
    Jan 10, 2011 2:34 PM
    28-14
    *******

    Then you woke up?

  74. citizenstrange says: Jan 10, 2011 3:04 PM

    Wait a second …. is that Bill Belichick coaching the Patriots or Carlos Mencia?

  75. kisstherings says: Jan 10, 2011 3:05 PM

    Brady doesn’t have a habit of pointing at apposing teams benches after TD’s…..he has a habit of pointing at the Jets bench after TD’s…because all they do is run their mouths all week before games.

    He doesn’t do that with any other team.

  76. slickster35 says: Jan 10, 2011 3:25 PM

    Jets seriously competing with Raiders for scum of the earth NFL franchise.

    I’ll give the fade credit for having actually won something, however long ago it’s been.

    At least weird Al keeps his smack talk to dissing the league.

    PS: Goodell sucks.

  77. patsfan1951 says: Jan 10, 2011 3:28 PM

    It’s fun to read all the meaningless drivel being posted here. In the end, it doesn’t matter what’s said and by whom, all that matters is who won.
    Rex is trying to get every possible advantage he can going into Sunday’s game because he knows he’ll need it……and a few unauthorized trips by his sideline crew…….to have any chance of beating Belichik, Brady & Co., who’ve been watching those illegal videos of Jet practices to get their leg-up on the Jets.
    Result: the better team will win and the Jets will wait til next year!

  78. packerrube13 says: Jan 10, 2011 3:30 PM

    kisstherings says:
    Jan 10, 2011 3:05 PM
    Brady doesn’t have a habit of pointing at apposing teams benches after TD’s…..he has a habit of pointing at the Jets bench after TD’s…because all they do is run their mouths all week before games.

    He doesn’t do that with any other team.
    ———————————————-

    Exactly. And I LOVE that he does it… The Jets have no class and the Pats are dripping with class.

    I hope he points at the Jets about six times again like a month and a half ago or so… Pats-Steelers rematch really has me intrigued… Two best teams in the NFL.

  79. svenhoek86 says: Jan 10, 2011 3:32 PM

    First of all, FOOT SEX.

    Second, I think Rex is a moron. I know he loves to talk, but some times it’s better to shut your mouth and let the football do the talking. Unfortunately, it’s going to be a very one sided conversation on Saturday, with Brady and the Pats screaming in the Jets faces all night.

  80. mswravens says: Jan 10, 2011 3:44 PM

    Don’t have time to read all the comments, so sorry if this is repetitive…but doesn’t that fat loudmouthed jackass realize that he doesn’t play the game? That none of the players look at it as them playing against Rex? He’s like some former girlfriends I wish I never had…or some family members I wish i didn’t have to dela with…it’s always all about THEM!!! Get a clue jackass, STFU, and JUST coach your team!!!

  81. callmecougar says: Jan 10, 2011 3:44 PM

    Maybe if Brady gets close to the Jets bench they could throw a leg out and trip him like a real bad-ass would.

  82. keeponhating says: Jan 10, 2011 3:52 PM

    @huejackson says:
    Jan 10, 2011 1:01 PM
    Huge JETS FAN ON SUNDAY!
    I hope The jets destroy the patsI just dont think its going to happen.
    I think the Ravens will end up beating the pats in the AFC Championship.
    The Falcons will win the superbowl.

    If the NFL didnt screw the Raiders they would be the SB champs

    as a fellow raiders fan i know what you mean. I hope not only that the pats lose but i hope they lose because of a bad call or penalty or an obscure rule that nobody has ever heard of. but i wouldn’t hold my breath.

  83. deepbacksidedig says: Jan 10, 2011 3:53 PM

    Another round to Belichick.
    By the time the game starts, the Pats mood will resemble
    Mike Tyson’s stepping into the ring with a klansman.

    Rex has some serious issues. This will not end well.

  84. robzar says: Jan 10, 2011 4:00 PM

    Gonna be fun watching the Round Mound of Sound barffing foot cream all over that “stylin” sweater vest as he watches Brady and company light up the scoreboard like the Rockefeller Ctr. Christmas tree. At first I just thought SexyRexy was a dope, but now I really think he needs a check-up from the neck up.

  85. gogronk says: Jan 10, 2011 4:11 PM

    Nothing like Santonio Holmes’ “antics” after he picks up a mundane first down. The Pats were killing the Jets on December 6th and that fool felt the need to point first down and drop the ball after every catch. I guess he couldn’t see the scoreboard from that place on the field!

  86. indianajet says: Jan 10, 2011 4:15 PM

    callmecougar says:
    Jan 10, 2011 3:44 PM
    Maybe if Brady gets close to the Jets bench they could throw a leg out and trip him like a real bad-ass would.

    ——————————

    Do you mean like when Bellicheat tried to trip Marvin Harrison?

  87. deepbacksidedig says: Jan 10, 2011 4:16 PM

    infectorman says:
    Jan 10, 2011 2:44 PM
    not sure there was ever a more complete ass-whoopin in Pats history than that game
    *************************
    Right? It was a shocker. The 52-7 on Washington in London was a World class beater, too. That one could have hit 70.

    I have long wondered about the 1940 Championship game, Bears 74- Redskins 0. No film of it exists, evidently.

  88. giablommi says: Jan 10, 2011 4:28 PM

    indianajet says:

    Do you mean like when Bellicheat tried to trip Marvin Harrison?

    ^^^^^
    Wow, an embittered Colts fan lashing out at the Patriots. Way to break the mold.

  89. jrs1972 says: Jan 10, 2011 4:40 PM

    Ryan has every reason to be confident, the Jets look unstoppable. They just went to Indy and handed it to the Colts.
    —————————
    I must have watched a different game. The one i watched had sanchex overthrowing wr’s by 10-15 years and it coming down to which team sucked just a little less.

  90. plifer says: Jan 10, 2011 4:42 PM

    chapnastier:

    You said…
    “OK I get what you are trying to say here but let’s look at it from this point of view. The Jets had to beat the Colts before they could even begin to worry about the Patriots. All of this Manning talk was before the Colts game and if you ask me was probably more of a sign of respect for Manning…THAN A DISS TOWARD BRADY….. It’s not like he was going off saying that Brady never prepares. As far as Belichick goes, in case you missed Cassel’s success when Brady was out, it is clear that Belichick deserves quite a bit of credit for the success of the entire Patriots team.”

    1. “Peyton Manning would have been watching our game.”

    2. “Nobody studies like him and all that. I know Brady thinks he does and all that stuff, but I think there’s a little more help from Belichick with Brady than there is with Peyton Manning

    I think the above 2 statements are disses toward Brady…First, Rex has no idea how much Brady studies…and to say Manning would have been watching the game is like saying Manning again prepares more than Brady.

    You might want to downplay the foot in mouth of Ryan, but I know Brady will use this as motivation. The last thing the Jets want is a motivated and fired up Brady..

  91. plifer says: Jan 10, 2011 4:50 PM

    keeponhating/HueJackson…

    Are you both serious? That game was what, 9 years ago? the obscure rule was a RULE and was enforced per NFL santioned referees. To challenge it into question and say the Raiders would have been SB champs is crazy. You might as well challenge every NFL rule with that logic and we could all crown the Panthers the SB champs this year….

    If the NFL didnt screw the Raiders they would be the SB champs

    as a fellow raiders fan i know what you mean. I hope not only that the pats lose but i hope they lose because of a bad call or penalty or an obscure rule that nobody has ever heard of. but i wouldn’t hold my breath.

  92. baredon says: Jan 10, 2011 4:58 PM

    I’m going to check the game about the last 5 minutes. The rest of the time will be Ryan trying to figure what and who is kicking the Jet’s ass…
    Just a fact…Rexy babe…

  93. bcozthenight says: Jan 10, 2011 6:36 PM

    Anybody have a recording of Brady pointing to the Jet’s bench after a score?

    I deleted the game from TiVo. I’d like to check it out.

    If you have it, can you put it up on YouTube?

    Thanks.

  94. gallyhatch says: Jan 10, 2011 6:43 PM

    After watching Ryan this whole season, I don’t wonder why the Jets or NY media love him. He’s the anti-Belichick & he’s throwing everything against the wall hoping it sticks. He is definitely fun and goes against the norm, I just can’t imagine he will last much longer if he doesn’t deliver on his championship expectations. ( I will be SHOCKED if the Jets win the SB this year)

    I’m glad I have BB & Brady on the team I root for. Despite all the hate-filled nonsense spewed in these columns I find it hard to believe many football fans out there wouldn’t want them on their own team.

    The game will be played on Sunday, & may the best team win.
    Do the Jets have a chance? Absolutely, I just don’t think the Pats are going to lose this game…..not after the pitiful showing they had last year in the playoffs. BB will be playing that tape all week long in addition to the Pats-Jets game from week 2.

    All these $hit talkers running their mouths about coaches & players talking $hit & running their mouths is more than a little redundant. It’s downright friggin’ comical.

  95. cjspiller12 says: Jan 10, 2011 7:23 PM

    Bills fan here and of course I hate both teams, you wouldn’t be a true fan if you didn’t hate all the teams in you’re division. On the other hand, I hate the Jets and their fans so much it’s not even funny. At least the Patriot fans have some class. Rex Ryan is the biggest blow hard the NFL has even seen and it rubs off on his players as they strut around on the field pounding their chests after almost every play. Sanchez is one of the worst QB’s in the NFL and within a couple of years either will be a backup or out of the NFL altogether. I hope the Pat’s beat the Jet’s worse than they did the last time and then after the game Brady can drop his pants and lay a big fat turd in fat ass Rex’s mouth!!!

  96. 1historian says: Jan 10, 2011 7:28 PM

    crunchyclam – We Pats fans are confident and we’re quiet because we already KNOW how good our team is. If the jest fans wish to dominate the airwaves imitating round Rex they are of course free to do so.

    BTW – NICE handle

  97. 1historian says: Jan 10, 2011 7:43 PM

    2 words jets fans DON’T want to hear from Bill Belichik entering the 4th quarter:

    KEEP PLAYING!

  98. didiwags says: Jan 10, 2011 8:32 PM

    Wow!! I think Ryan needs to get out of the NFL! What a big cry baby who has no respect for anyone is rude!!!
    Ryan is giving the Jets a bad image and I think the Jets owners need to realize this…..
    Oh BTW Rexy, when flipping through channels last night I saw something on foot fetishes on MTV, I am sure you caught that episode uhn!

    I will be rooting for the Pats this weekend!

  99. mornelithe says: Jan 10, 2011 9:28 PM

    I may be forgetting a score or two (there were a ton), but did Brady ever actually get into the endzone himself during that Pats v Jets game? I don’t recall him making any TD’s personally. So yeah…go ahead, keep Brady out of the endzone…while the rest of the Pats walks all over it.

  100. paulieorkid says: Jan 11, 2011 12:13 AM

    How do you not love Belichick’s handling of basically every scenario? Here, he plays the humor through self-deprecation card. It’s equal parts funny, charming and it works.

    Belichick is a GREAT coach. A maestro. A legend.

    No Pats homie here — a western PA Steeler fan since way back in the day.

    And even though there was the “spygate” dust up a bit ago (and that was disappointing and did raise questions), mad respect for Belly. Just an elite football mind at the very highest level.

    We have our hands full with B’more – but if we’re fortunate enough to roll into New England, we’ll really be up against the master(s) then: Brady and Belly.

  101. shiv1623 says: Jan 11, 2011 6:54 AM

    I absolutely cannot wait till BB and Captain America shuts this fatso’s big mouth up!

    I love how Belichek and the ol pros at Foxboro aren’t taking this idiots bait.. Classy and the right approach.

    It will be all the more satisfying when the scores 50 – 7

    Bring it On!

  102. jcjets says: Jan 11, 2011 9:09 AM

    Rex Ryan is playing ya, and you don’t even realize it. Im sure the pats will have a lot of extra motivation come sunday! I’m sure they will really, REALLY want to win the game, cotton.

  103. newportquahog says: Jan 11, 2011 10:11 PM

    This whole Rex Ryan thing would be funny if he wasn’t so irritating. Belicheck and Brady and Company listen to Rex’s drivel, and just smile, knowing that on Sunday they are going to pound Rex and his Jets into the frozen Foxboro turf. I can hear the Jets already: “Those mean Pats ran the score up on us again”.
    To which Pats fans will respond, “Damn right!”
    Take this to the bank: Pats 38, Jets 10.

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