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Rex Ryan: I stand by everything I said, I won’t change

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Rex Ryan has been criticized by many (Brandon Jacobs most vociferously) for failing to back up his brash talk about his Jets this season. But that doesn’t mean he’s going to change.

Ryan said on Monday that he expects to have a long, successful tenure as the Jets’ head coach, and he’ll continue to talk up his team.

“When I leave this job, 10 or 15 years from now, I’m going to be true to myself,” Ryan said, via the New York Daily News. “And you know maybe it’s not the traditional way of doing things or whatever, but for me this is who I am, this is how I believe. I made the statements and like I said before, I’ll stand by everything I said.”

Ryan said he even stands by his claim that the Jets will never be the little brother to the Giants in New York, even though the Giants beat the Jets on Saturday.

“The day I walked in here, I felt that I didn’t want to be the little brother or whatever,” Ryan said. “That’s who I am. So, do I regret it? No. Did it work out? Nope, it never worked out.”

For Ryan and the Jets, this is, barring a win and a lot of help on Sunday, the final week a season that hasn’t worked out.

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86 Responses to “Rex Ryan: I stand by everything I said, I won’t change”
  1. stubbyjones says: Dec 27, 2011 7:55 AM

    Go sniff maybins feet you blowhard!

  2. 700levelvet says: Dec 27, 2011 7:56 AM

    I’ll huff and i’ll puff til i blow your house down……..

  3. jdandcoke says: Dec 27, 2011 7:58 AM

    as a guy who has been calling rex a clown basically since he was named the jets coach i have to say……he realy doesnt even faze me any longer. i honestly think that he has talked SO much that his words really dont mean anything anymore.

    the jets were irrelevant
    they became relevant
    they became hated
    they are currently a laughingstock
    they will soon be irrelevant again

    the jets have come almost full circle in just three years under rex.

  4. djteknision1200 says: Dec 27, 2011 7:59 AM

    PFT sure does give a lot of attention to a 8-7 team. I guess this is why the Jets hired someone like Ryan to coach that team, because even if they are losing the Jets still will make the headlines.

  5. grpatriot says: Dec 27, 2011 8:00 AM

    10 -15 years, huh? Naked pix of Woody?

  6. jalbs says: Dec 27, 2011 8:03 AM

    The Jets could be 0-15 heading into the final week and this blowhard would still be talking like they’re going to the Super Bowl.

  7. august1969 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:05 AM

    how do I tune this idiot out?

    SHUT UP MAN!!!

  8. whoisedgy says: Dec 27, 2011 8:07 AM

    The world is full of big mouth failures. Saying “that’s who I am” doesn’t mean you’re not a big mouth failure. Rex Ryan is an a$$ clown who insults the coaching profession.

  9. jasku880 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:08 AM

    As stubborn as he is, you got to give him credit for making the jets interesting again. Much better then when Eric and Herm was the head coach. And to everyone else, grow up and enough with the fat jokes.

  10. nyjalleffingday says: Dec 27, 2011 8:08 AM

    Rex’s mouth has nothing to do with this miserable season. He shouldn’t be absolved from blame, but of all the things he did wrong talking is at the bottom of the list.

    Instead, you would be smart to point the finger at the GM not addressing weaknesses and improving the team in the offseason, the perpetually incompetent OC, the terrible safetys that couldn’t stop a tight end to save their lives, the slow linebackers that can’t cover on pass plays, little to no pass rush, wide receivers that disappear, run half-assed routes, and drop passes like they’re getting paid to drop them, a RT that is a human turnstile, a decline in offensive line quality in general, a mediocre running game and of course the young QB under performing as a result of lack of experience and a combination of the things above. This team shouldn’t have gone anywhere the past two years, it’s really a testament to Rex’s potential that it did.

  11. pack15forever says: Dec 27, 2011 8:09 AM

    Rex Ryan best coaching happens during the week when the Jets aren’t playing. He runs his fat mouth all week and then lays an egg on Sunday.

  12. Mr. Wright 212 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:09 AM

    This will always be Giants Country. I don’t know what it is going to take for this cat to realize and accept that. The Jets are STILL our lessees.

  13. cardsfann1 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:10 AM

    Rex is like herpes… He just won’t go away…

  14. dryheaveone says: Dec 27, 2011 8:12 AM

    Remember the old ” Peanuts/Charlie Brown” cartoons?..that sound they played when the adults spoke?…that’s what I hear when Ryan speaks…

    “Waaaa-WA- waaa-wa-wa-wa-wa”

  15. bostonhasrealhockey says: Dec 27, 2011 8:15 AM

    Yet again more loosing team coverage on pft.

  16. prior0knowledge says: Dec 27, 2011 8:23 AM

    Let me see… The last three years the Jets have been to 2 Conference title games and a .500 year. Sounds pretty good. Not too many teams have records like that. So Rex is a good coach.

    Is he a blowhard? Yes. Is he fat? Yes. How many teams would swap their coach for Rex? Most of the teams would in an instant.

  17. johnnyuminus says: Dec 27, 2011 8:25 AM

    Mr. Rex Ryan….for the sake of Jets fans everwhere, please, please, please hire a new offensive coordinator!!!

    What’s the old Nike tag line? Oh yeah:

    JUST DO IT!

  18. test2402 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:27 AM

    This guy needs to be blessed by Tim Tebow.

  19. dexterismyhero says: Dec 27, 2011 8:28 AM

    @nyjalleffingday says:Dec 27, 2011 8:08 AM

    This team shouldn’t have gone anywhere the past two years, it’s really a testament to Rex’s potential that it did.
    ==================================Bwah hahahahaha……the proverbial coffee blowing out of the noses of everyone who just read that and laughed………

  20. bluepike says: Dec 27, 2011 8:31 AM

    It’s the empty barrell that makes the most noise. “Mr. Bluster” strikes again.

  21. RexCanCoach says: Dec 27, 2011 8:33 AM

    Rex = headlines and ratings which is why PFT needs to promote him.

    As for the Jets, hey they backed into the playoffs before, the Bungles, Titans can easily lose. And the Jets play great when odds are stacked up the highest.

    How much Noise will Rex make if the Jets make it into the playoffs!!!!

  22. jerruhjones21 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:33 AM

    jasku880 says:Dec 27, 2011 8:08 AM

    As stubborn as he is, you got to give him credit for making the jets interesting again.

    ——————————

    I think that I understand your logic but interesting is not a word that I would have chosen.

    Amusing perhaps but interesting, nah…

    I only tune in so I can see what stupid thing that he will say next!

  23. clintonportisheadd says: Dec 27, 2011 8:34 AM

    “When I leave this job, 10 or 15 years from now……” Ryan said.

    ————————-

    Thats funny! The only owners* who EVER kept a coach around that long are dead-or named Rooney. And “fat boy” isn’t cut out for Pittsburgh.

    * Bud Adams is senile so he doesn’t count.

  24. popdawg99 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:34 AM

    The most pompous coach in the league refuses to admit that he regrets a clearly regretful situation.

    That is a non story.

  25. zimaman says: Dec 27, 2011 8:38 AM

    for all of us that are not Jests fans that is really good news…

    keep it up Jabba the Jet it’s really working out great for you isnt it

  26. slippyal2 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:40 AM

    Regardless of what he says, Rex won’t be there for 10 to 15 years if he continues to stick with Sanchez.

  27. pastabelly says: Dec 27, 2011 8:40 AM

    I’m a Patriots fan and really have no problem with Ryan. He has gotten them to the AFC Championship game twice with freaking Mark Sanchez as his quarterback. Now, maybe he has come to the realization that Sanchez gets one more year and then they have to move on. I’m not sure that it makes him a bad coach because Sanchez didn’t improve much between his first year and his third year.

  28. stubbyjones says: Dec 27, 2011 8:41 AM

    Rex should have had the lapband installed about 2ft higher.

  29. gmen1987 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:42 AM

    Rex Ryan – Best thing to happen to the NY Jets since Joe Willie Namath.

  30. jpb12 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:46 AM

    Every AFC East team hopes he and Sanchez stay with the NYJets for a long time.

    They’re the best.

  31. jc1958cool says: Dec 27, 2011 8:54 AM

    true to your self! lol
    10-15 yrs lmao

  32. nejerseygirl says: Dec 27, 2011 8:55 AM

    nyjalleffingday says:
    Dec 27, 2011 8:08 AM
    Rex’s mouth has nothing to do with this miserable season. He shouldn’t be absolved from blame, but of all the things he did wrong talking is at the bottom of the list.

    Instead, you would be smart to point the finger at the GM not addressing weaknesses and improving the team in the offseason, the perpetually incompetent OC, the terrible safetys that couldn’t stop a tight end to save their lives, the slow linebackers that can’t cover on pass plays, little to no pass rush, wide receivers that disappear, run half-assed routes, and drop passes like they’re getting paid to drop them, a RT that is a human turnstile, a decline in offensive line quality in general, a mediocre running game and of course the young QB under performing as a result of lack of experience and a combination of the things above. This team shouldn’t have gone anywhere the past two years, it’s really a testament to Rex’s potential that it did.
    ______________

    Hello, this is the problem! That the Jets have all these issues, and yet, Ryan is up there saying that they’re the best team and will make it to the Superbowl. Either he’s in denial, or he’s delusional.

    You don’t hear any other coaches talking like this because even if you’re coaching the Packers, or the 49ers, or the Steelers, or the Patriots, you recognize that your team isn’t perfect and that you’re always one game away from throwing the season.

    Ryan talks like the Jets are the best team in the league, and in the same breath will insult one of his players. That’s not how you win games. That’s not how you make your team great.

    My house is a 10 minute drive from Florham Park. I see the Jets players when I go out to eat and when I drive around town. And the majority of the people around me are Giants fans. And even the Jets fans want Ryan to shut up.

    I wish he’d just swallow his pride and do so.

  33. rahavort says: Dec 27, 2011 8:57 AM

    And that’s why exactly everyone outside of NY (including the Giants fans in NY) hate Rex Ryan: he stands by everything he says and he won’t change. I’m a Patriots fan and now a fan of Brandon Jacobs for telling it like it is – someone had to say it. Rex needs to stop running that fat mouth of his. If he exercised as much as he talked he’d be in shape.

  34. east96st says: Dec 27, 2011 8:59 AM

    “This team shouldn’t have gone anywhere the past two years, it’s really a testament to Rex’s potential that it did.”

    No. It’s a testament to the the OTHER AFC teams throwing games at the end of the season because they had already locked in their playoff spots that the Jets made it the playoffs at all! Those games don’t get thrown, not one playoff appearance by the Jets. NOT A ONE! When you have to rely on others year in and year out to even make it to the playoffs, that’s a hint that either the team, or the coach, or both, are really nowhere as good as you think they are.

  35. wikidpissah says: Dec 27, 2011 9:07 AM

    jasku880 says: Dec 27, 2011 8:08 AM

    As stubborn as he is, you got to give him credit for making the jets interesting again. Much better then when Eric and Herm was the head coach. And to everyone else, grow up and enough with the fat jokes.
    __________________________________

    Actually, Rex is following the same pattern as those two. Early success and then a fade. Remember “Mangenius?”

    How he responds, and gets the team to respond will determine whether he’s a good coach. His style of coaching can be successful, but usually has a short shelf life.

  36. ampats says: Dec 27, 2011 9:11 AM

    Just think after this Sunday the only thing we will hear about the jets is which QB they are going to draft since they will be home in New Jersey with their impressive 8-8 record !

    Rex predicting he will be coaching the jets for the next 10-15 years is as accurate as hisSuper Bowl predictions for the past three seasons.

    At least the jets fans are delusuional enough to think they are going to back into the playoffs again. I hope they do and come to Foxborough so the Patriots can finsh taking out the trash after getting swept.

    At least, Rex & Tanny can focus on the upcoming 44th anniversary.

  37. wikidpissah says: Dec 27, 2011 9:16 AM

    I actually like Rex. He makes the games more interesting and handles the post game discussions with class, win or lose.

    The problem is that when you act like Rex does you have to keep going further and further to get attention. Having Plaxico go to mid field as the only Jets captain prior to Saturday’s game was foolish and classless.

    Burress went into a crowded night club, carrying and discharging an illegal hand gun with the safety off. A gun that he obviously knew nothing about using. It’s extremely lucky that he only shot himself.

    For Ryan and the Jets to play into the “Giants did Plaxico wrong” act shows how little class they have as an organization.

  38. n0hopeleft says: Dec 27, 2011 9:21 AM

    The Jets are the most hated team in the NFL because their leader is a moron.

    Thank you for putting a picture of a bloody Eli on the front of your Defensive playbook.

    This is the exact type of behavior that has put a huge target on your team’s back.

    It doesn’t build confidence in your team, it builds hatred from your opposition.

    I wish Jacobs did punch him right in his fat mouth.

  39. grogansheroes says: Dec 27, 2011 9:24 AM

    Does anybody here think Rex will be alive in 10-15 years?

  40. green1bay says: Dec 27, 2011 9:27 AM

    Ok so he’s made two AFC title games…so. He hasn’t won either of them. He’s on the verge of missing the post season. So let’s stop crowning him bc of what he’s done. Only thing he has done is run his mouth.

  41. nflnfl13 says: Dec 27, 2011 9:28 AM

    You just can’t educate stupid. Keep your mouth going Rex and continue to motivate your opponents.

  42. deathspiralx says: Dec 27, 2011 9:35 AM

    Nice attempt to deflect… And I love Rex’s positioning that if he clams up at all that he’s not true to thy ownself. LOL.

    You don’t have to turn into Tom Laundry, pinhead, just tone down the chest thumping playground baloney and take care of business. You know, like most junior high coaches do.

    Personally, I love to watch him yap and then get his butt kicked. (Thank you Sanchez and Schotty.) I normally would say that Jacobs was out of bounds with his behavior, but Rex had that tongue lashing coming.

  43. tshirttom says: Dec 27, 2011 9:35 AM

    I hope they don’t fire you because you are so much fun to laugh at fatty

  44. MTLighthouse69 says: Dec 27, 2011 9:42 AM

    Rex opening his big yap is doing more harm then good. There are enough external pressures from the media and the Jet fans, Rex opening his big yap creates that much more pressure and makes things that much worse for Sanchez.

  45. nyjalleffingday says: Dec 27, 2011 9:55 AM

    @nejerseygirl

    No, that’s your (and, well…anyone who doesn’t like Rex/The Jets) problem. Not Rex’s and the Jets, yours. You don’t have to like Rex, but insinuating that his talk has anything to do with what happens on the field is naive and silly. Rex knows the team isn’t perfect, that they’re not very good at all, but he supports them 100% regardless. Try actually watching a press conference, and listen to how he handles himself. It’s not quite the bluster the media hypes it up to be.

    You will never shut up Rex, if he lost 200 to nothing, he would talk. If he went 0-16, he would talk, it’s just how he is, and he will not change his personality for anybody. That’s fine by me, but if you do not like reading about what he has to say in response to questions asked by the media specifically looking answers like this, then I suggest you do not click the articles and take the time to comment, because as long as you do, Rex will continue to be a hot story. That’s the ultimate irony that the idiots on the board fail to realize.

  46. thelawfirm42 says: Dec 27, 2011 9:56 AM

    prior0knowledge.. you forget the 1st playoffs they were in they made it because indy sat their whole team. They were given a spot in the playoffs. Problem is at qb position,. they commited to a qb that is avg at best,. dallas has the same problem.. look at the saints, pats and green bay. They have great records and why?? The QB poisition,.

  47. droopyyydog1 says: Dec 27, 2011 9:56 AM

    Just like his old man, no class whiner when he loses and big mouth tough guy when he wins. Hate to tell you Rex but you will always be second class in New York. The Giants are New Yorks team, have been and always will be. Thats what happens when you win a couple of NFL Championships and 3 Super Bowls. Winning a Super Bowl 43 years ago isn’t going to cut it skinny !!

  48. grpatriot says: Dec 27, 2011 9:56 AM

    Wrong again Rex, the only thing you can count on is change! Either change with it or find something else to do! Not moving forward, you’re going backwards…..

  49. nflfan1 says: Dec 27, 2011 10:09 AM

    The only reason this guy gets as much credit as he does is because the media LOVES him. He’s smart enough to realize that if he’s the only coach in the league who continuously gives them soundbites they’ll go easy on him when his team falls apart. He’s a clown. His quarterback is overrated and steadily becoming exposed as a fraud and his hee-haw act is wearing thin with the people of New York.

  50. rcali says: Dec 27, 2011 10:18 AM

    What’s the definition of insanity again?

  51. turdfurgerson68 says: Dec 27, 2011 10:19 AM

    JUST…STOP…TALKING!!!

  52. jimmysee says: Dec 27, 2011 10:23 AM

    The headline of this item is correct — Rex won’t change!

  53. commonsensedude says: Dec 27, 2011 10:24 AM

    What in the heck happened in the womb that made both Rex and Rob Ryan talk SO MUCH??? It must have been torture living in the house with those boys while they were both learning how to talk at the same time. They just never, ever, ever shut up.

  54. das14 says: Dec 27, 2011 10:24 AM

    The NFL is becoming a joke. I lost in FF and I stopped watching. The rules and fines are a big reason. Kickoff has gone the way of the type wirter or walkman. The beinging of every game is called “touchback”. Guys like Rex running their mouth all the time only make these things worse for me and make we want to gripe about them.

  55. pleasantsurpriselefty says: Dec 27, 2011 10:33 AM

    Pride goeth before the fall! It’s interesting that Rexy can’t understand that he needs to create/build/coach the Jets to a higher level BEFORE he shoots off his mouth about winning the SB. It just makes him look stooopid to be shouting it when they suck.

  56. nebster21 says: Dec 27, 2011 10:37 AM

    man even a broken clock is right twice a day. Lets hope that it takes Rex.

    that means that you only have 86397 more chances to be equal to a broken clock.

  57. primetime666 says: Dec 27, 2011 10:38 AM

    Anyone else think if the Jets lose on Sunday Rex might be gone???… I do… no better time to get rid of this moron, too many good coaches out there… Fisher, Gruden and dare I say Cowher???

  58. allisab says: Dec 27, 2011 10:43 AM

    He should give back his salary for the past 3 seasons. Guaranteeing a Super Bowl victory and not delivering on your promises = failure. If he was in any other profession he would have been fired by now.

  59. som1com says: Dec 27, 2011 10:43 AM

    Looks like Joe Willie Namath has been right all along.

  60. steviethewiz says: Dec 27, 2011 10:50 AM

    Yeah – He only took his team to the AFC Championship game in back to back years but he sucks – The Dolts that post on here just keep getting dumber and dumber – would be nice to talk real football on here but I’ll obviously have to go else where for that.

  61. pleasantsurpriselefty says: Dec 27, 2011 10:54 AM

    I can actually understand Rexy standing by Sanchize. I’m Italian and Mussolini is still my guy and I don’t care what you say, so there!

  62. palinforpresidentofnorthkorea says: Dec 27, 2011 10:55 AM

    Stay true to your big mouth, ignorant self Rex.

    Still wondering why you weren’t promoted to HC in Baltimore?

  63. mr4thand1 says: Dec 27, 2011 11:06 AM

    Keep running your mouth and pretty soon someone’s gonna stick a FOOT in it. Tell the truth, Rex, you’d like that wouldn’t you?

  64. dogman9 says: Dec 27, 2011 11:08 AM

    hahaha silly patriot fans, you are one and done yet again.

    in fact you will probably lose to the Jets in the playoffs again. That will hurt even more than 2010.

    peace

  65. tommytd says: Dec 27, 2011 11:12 AM

    My opinion: the guy’s got a screw loose. Who runs their mouth like that on a continual basis especially after never backing up any of it?

  66. marcuswelby70 says: Dec 27, 2011 11:16 AM

    It’s really sad…this guy reminds me of a little kid that is always screaming for attention.

  67. caseyanthonymunoz says: Dec 27, 2011 11:21 AM

    You’re to blame? No kidding, fat boy.

  68. fissels says: Dec 27, 2011 11:30 AM

    I’d much rather play for a guy like Tomlin who is low key than Mr. Ryan

  69. mrplow3 says: Dec 27, 2011 11:33 AM

    “This guy needs to be blessed by Tim Tebow.”

    I’m pretty sure that just happened a few Thursdays ago.

  70. megatronownsyou says: Dec 27, 2011 11:38 AM

    He just doesn’t get it. And now, in my opinion, he’s gone beyond just making himself and his team look stupid. He’s starting to be an embarrassment to the whole league.

  71. Patskrieg dot com says: Dec 27, 2011 11:52 AM

    I hope Rex is right and nothing ever changes except the years as Rex leads the Jets to perennial 8-8 seasons, occasionally backing into the playoffs, never really accomplishing anything.

    But hey. At least he “stayed true.” Whatever that means.

  72. dolphinatic13 says: Dec 27, 2011 11:56 AM

    10-15 years? Shove another hoagie down your pie hole and you won’t live 10-15 minutes. My advice to sexy Rexy is hire a nutritionist, hire a personal trainer, draft a new QB and start over next season. Oh, and for the record, Miami will end your playoff chances all by themselves next Sunday. Pass the mayo!

  73. fanofthegame says: Dec 27, 2011 12:01 PM

    stubbyjones says:

    Rex should have had the lapband installed about 2ft higher.

    —————————————————–Best. Comment. Today.

  74. jerseyshoregiant says: Dec 27, 2011 12:08 PM

    I know one thing he will never change and that’s his eating habits! They should just untie the lapband because it isn’t helping!
    Rex doesn’t have any discipline for what comes out of his mouth just like he doesn’t have any discipline for what he puts in it!

  75. cowboyscanada says: Dec 27, 2011 12:10 PM

    Cant he just shut his mouth??

  76. czechm8d says: Dec 27, 2011 12:10 PM

    Rex still holds a grudge against Steve Bisciotti for not hiring him as the Ravens HC when Brian Billick was fired.

    In Baltimore, we knew why. Now everybody else does.

  77. jerseyshoregiant says: Dec 27, 2011 12:13 PM

    prior0knowledge says:
    Dec 27, 2011 8:23 AM
    Let me see… The last three years the Jets have been to 2 Conference title games and a .500 year. Sounds pretty good. Not too many teams have records like that. So Rex is a good coach.

    Is he a blowhard? Yes. Is he fat? Yes. How many teams would swap their coach for Rex? Most of the teams would in an instant.
    ————————————–
    All that amounts to is not winning a thing, not even the division!

  78. flsnupe says: Dec 27, 2011 12:15 PM

    Jets will make the playoffs and we will have to hear his fat ass mouth for at least another week.

    Jets over Dolphins (I hope not, but…)

    Ravens over Bengals

    Chargers over Oakland

    Texans over Titans

    = Jets in.

    This scenario is not only plausible, its the most likely to play out.

  79. nesuperfan says: Dec 27, 2011 12:16 PM

    10-15 years? NOW I get it Rex, you have a long-term strategy to induce your opponents to commit suicide from listening to your BS. Very tricky.

  80. dryheaveone says: Dec 27, 2011 12:46 PM

    Rex Ryan will SOON be parking his fat butt next to Mike Ditka on the ESPN COUNTDOWN show…. that’s been his goal all along, well that and Then making the jump to MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL after Gruden leaves. ….trust me, it’s gonna happen. TV LOVES BLOWHARDS…SEE: Michael Irvin, Warren Sapp, etc…etc…etc..

  81. nard100 says: Dec 27, 2011 1:06 PM

    10-15 years eh? Only if you plan on being part of the maintenance crew. LOL.

  82. richm2256 says: Dec 27, 2011 1:14 PM

    jasku880 says:
    And to everyone else, grow up and enough with the fat jokes.

    ———————————————————

    Please……

    the man had lap band surgery, and actually GAINED weight.

    What are we SUPPOSED to do?

  83. carnboys says: Dec 27, 2011 1:37 PM

    Now i know why the ravens did not hire him.

    He is so full of pride. He can’t see the truth.

  84. dolphinatic13 says: Dec 27, 2011 1:46 PM

    There’s something else he can’t see either…his junk or his feet.

  85. arnoldziffel says: Dec 27, 2011 1:54 PM

    Okay fine, Rex – don’t change …

    Thanks for the announcement, but nobody really cares …

    Once again, the season is just about over for the New York Hot Air Balloons.

  86. gingerkid2000 says: Dec 28, 2011 2:21 PM

    Why is this even news? This has been Rex’s MO for the past 3 seasons! Problem is he can’t change even if he wanted to because then he would be admitting his coaching style isn’t working and that would be a failure. He’s gotten away with it the last 2 seasons when those team were loaded with talent. Those teams should have won the division and they should have gone to the Super Bowl!!!! But this year he has a team that can’t back up the talk and it is making the entire organization look pathetic!

    I said this before and I’ll say it again. No Division Title. No AFC Championship. No Super Bowl. Which means no additional selling of merchandise and branding of the logo. It means no selling of additional tickets for the Jets at MetLife Stadium. He’s supposed to be an investment and the front office is going to be done with him sooner than later when they realize they aren’t getting their return. 10-15 yrs my a$$! Not when your 9-7 or 8-8 and watching the post season from your lazy-boy because the teams that you needed to win/lose didn’t allow you to back in. Rex is looking at a short shelf-life as head coach in the NFL if this is going to be his “style.”

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