Jets coach Rex Ryan says his team is going to be awfully tough to beat this season.
Ryan said on WFAN that he thinks the Jets are putting together the kind of team that other teams won’t want to see on the schedule in 2014.
“I’m going to be honest with you,” Ryan said, via NJ.com. “I’m not so sure there would be too many people that want to play us. And that’s the truth.”
So is Ryan back to his old practice of guaranteeing the Super Bowl? Not quite.
“I’m not going to say how many wins we’re going to have, or whatever, but we are going to play a brand of football that I think our fans will be proud of,” Ryan said.
Ryan’s team has gone three straight seasons without a winning record. What Jets fans want — and what Ryan needs if he’s going to keep his job — is a return to the playoffs.