Rex Ryan says Patriots were “clearly trying to embarrass us”

AP

The good news for the Patriots? No one has recently accused them of cheating. The better news for the Patriots? They are now residing firmly in the head of Bills coach Rex Ryan.

A full ten days after the Patriots beat the Bills in Buffalo to cap an Ohio St./Michigan vibe that Ryan cultivated, Ryan has complained about the Patriots’ effort against the Bills in a 40-32 win.

“[W]hat I love was how we battled back,” Ryan said Wednesday, via Mike Rodak of ESPN.com. “And when a team was clearly trying to embarrass us, we stood up to them and said, ‘All right, here we are, we’re gonna give you our best shot, regardless of what the scoreboard is.’ And we scored three touchdowns to their three points.”

If it’s true that the Patriots were trying to embarrass the Bills, the broader truth is that the Patriots try to embarrass everyone. The more accurate truth could be that New England’s attitude is this: “If you don’t like how many points we’re scoring, stop us.”

Inexplicably, Ryan can’t stop thinking about the Patriots, even when the two teams don’t get together again until Week 11. More immediately, the Bills host the Giants. And Ryan was still able to find a Patriots angle when talking about Giants quarterback Eli Manning.

“Well I like the fact that he beat [Tom] Brady twice [in the Super Bowl],” Ryan said. “So I like that. . . . I’m not all the way over the Brady butt-kicking he did against us.”

Maybe Ryan will get over it just in time for the next one. Because another one is inevitable if Ryan and the Bills are going to be so obsessed with the Patriots that they forget to take care of their own business.

131 responses to “Rex Ryan says Patriots were “clearly trying to embarrass us”

  1. Ten days and one game later? I like Rex, he can be a refreshing change from Coughlin, but Brady and The Hoodie occupy way too much space in his head. And speaking of Coughlin, shouldn’t the Giants be what’s on his mind?

  2. You’re a division rival that put football pumps before the game at the team store,why wouldn’t they want to embarrass you

  3. Ryan is a mental case !!! Can’t stop thinking about Patriots. He better think about the other teams he will face over the coming weeks.. Looking back not forward will get him a loosing record.. Let’s face it- he team will not beat the Pats as along a Brady and Bill is in New England..
    So Rex…………keep dreaming about the Pat’s.. Next game in Foxboro- I would expect even worst “running up the score”.. no let down this time.

  4. Well, Your half right wrecks, they were trying to embarrass YOU not the team………keep flapping those gums MORON………..

  5. Guy is coming unhinged right before our eyes. Clearly great to have him around for comic relief but such a sad thing to see how far he has fallen.

  6. Talk about grasping at straws. Ryan is bragging about his team scoring touchdowns in garbage time, long after they had clearly beaten like a drum?
    That’s like the drunk bragging that he’s “only” had three DUI’s.
    Rex Ryan is his own biggest enemy.

  7. Rex was asked a question about the Patriots game what was he supposed to do talk about the Cowboys?

  8. I’d say this is a step in the right direction towards a healthier lifestyle for Rexy. It could be worse. He could be thinking non-stop about feet and getting a damn snack.

  9. NE embarasses the Bills once or twice each year. Rex embarrasses the Bills every time he opens his mouth. He acts like he would be satisfied going 2-14 if the wins were against the Pats. Buffalo will tire of this blowhard and his empty promises soon enough. Then the carnies will load the train and the circus will slink away in the middle of the night and set up ready to fleece another community.

  10. dwbid42 says:
    Sep 30, 2015 3:39 PM
    Rex was asked a question about the Patriots game what was he supposed to do talk about the Cowboys?

    __________________________

    Actually, he wasn’t asked about the Patriots. I believe he was asked about the Giants, you know, his next opponent.

  11. He’s the one that’s going to order one of his DLinemen to take a shot at Brady’s knees.

    (Before anyone comments, I’m a Pats fan, I’m not rooting for anyone to do this.)

  12. The big ‘comeback ‘ came when the Pats were up 24, fell asleep, and started warming up the bus. About as significant as the Bills ‘big’ win against the Patriots at the end of last season, that Bills fans thought was so important.

  13. I feel bad for Bills fans. They’ve been so loyal for so long and now they have the Wrecks circus in town to get embarrassed and amuse the rest of the league.

  14. That’s why Rex never wins the big game. He lacks focus on the task at hand. He is undisciplined and usually the team reflects the coach……….

  15. I’m not surprised at Rex’s comments. I will always believe he stayed in the AFC East just to keep playing against Belichick. Belichick has a permanent residence in Rex’s head.

  16. Didnt Rex say he wanted to build a bully in buffalo. The bully now is getting embarassed so he complains ?

  17. “All right, here we are, we’re gonna give you our best shot, regardless of what the scoreboard is.”

    If you could instill that attitude in your players at the BEGINNING of games, rather than in the waning moments of a disaster, maybe you’d be a more respected coach and actually have some titles under your belt.

  18. Rex does a good enough job embarrassing himself, he doesn’t need any help.
    Funny how the Patriots never talk about him and he talks about them all the time. A very unhealthy infatuation with the Patriots.

  19. If the Patriots had in mind to embarrass the Bills (which is highly unlikely), the intent would have been largely a response to Rex’s pre-game barrage of nonsense.

    The Bills have a talented roster, but to win consistently, the players will need to put aside their coach’s personal priorities.

  20. “They tired to embarrass us. I am proud how we didn’t give up after being down 4 scores.”

    Rex, you forgot to mention how you said you were going to win and how every team in the league was behind you.

  21. Like most normal people outside of Boston, I dont like the Pats either, but come on Rex…you are a tool.

    Pats did make you look bad, and rightfully so.

    They also cheat, but hey, nobody is putting an * by the wins, right?

    Oh, they are.

  22. Shut up Rex. Please. You don’t play them for a long time, and you have many games in the meantime you need to focus on winning if you want to make that second matchup even be meaningful.

    -Bills Fan

  23. Excellent Rex! Keep poking the Bear! We’ll just save this and give it to Tom the week before you play him again.

    You’re too stupid to ever learn! On behalf of all Bills fans, SHUT UP!

  24. This guy and his team talked all kinds of smack for a week leading up to the game while the Pats -as usual- said not a word. Now 10 days later he’s still whining about it? What a baby.

  25. I love the comment about Eli beating Brady twice in the Super Bowl. Subtle, Freud. Way to get under Brady’s skin.

    Maybe he should take the Pats’ throwing in the fourth quarter as a compliment to his front seven. Easier to control the ball throwing than running against a good front seven.

  26. footballfan58 says:
    Sep 30, 2015 3:47 PM

    I’m not surprised at Rex’s comments. I will always believe he stayed in the AFC East just to keep playing against Belichick.
    ————————————————————
    He took the only job that was offered.

  27. Ok Rex, would it make you happy if they start invoking a mercy rule? This is the NFL for crying out loud, not Pop Warner!

  28. How about your post-game comments Rex? You remember? The bit about how the Patriots aren’t exactly boy scouts – implying that they were doing something nefarious?

    You just got beat. It is your opinion you got embarrssed. The Pats only care about winning.

    If you are worried about getting embarrassed last game, just wait until the next one.

  29. The more accurate truth could be that New England’s attitude is this: “If you don’t like how many points we’re scoring, stop us.”

    And what exactly is wrong with that attitude? Nothing! These guys aren’t little leaguers who are just out their to learn sportsmanship. It seems like political correctness dictates that when a team has a big lead in a game that they take their foot off the pedal….ease up. Try not to embarrass the beaten opponent. But why? If the opponent can’t stop you from scoring, whose fault is it?

  30. This has to be a joke right? Did everyone hear him during the week? Rex didn’t stop talking. Nor did the Bills fans or the Bills organization for that matter. They gave away air pumps at the stadium. They put a poem about Tom Brady on a billboard. Patriots had every right to run 40 on them. Give me a break. I’m so sick of this. Man up!

  31. Id hardly say a 1 td win is being ’embarassed’. But either way- stop talking about it Rex. Ur just showing ur team ur living in the past. It was 1 game, we are a td away from 3-0 and pats played two games within a td and could easily be 1-2. Im not worried about where we sit. Week 1 we demolish a team hyped up to go to the SB, they barely beat a team who was missing 2 of their top 4 offensive players (with those 2 players they easily score more than 7 extra points). Week 3 we crushed a team who was supposed to go to the playoffs, they crushed a team who would be happy with 4 wins.

  32. “When they were too far out in front of us for us to catch up, we ran really fast!”

    Is Ryan trying to get into the heads of the Pats? For a brief moment with the Jets, he seemed to be doing so. But that was a long time ago. Now they have to catch up to the Pats, beat them in Foxboro, and perhaps end up ahead of them in the standings to even make the playoffs.

    You’re not in their heads, Ryan.

  33. “Rex was asked a question about the Patriots game what was he supposed to do talk about the Cowboys?”

    No.

    He was supposed to say the Pats game was 2 weeks ago and he wasn’t even thinking about them at the moment. That the only team on his radar was the one they’re playing this week and he’ll worry about the Pats when the next game against them in the next game they’re playing.

    The media baits people all the time. You can either be a fool and allowed yourself to be used as click bait, or you can defuse their questions as if they didn’t exist.

    One is what the Hoodie does. The other is what Ryan does. Which would you rather the coach of your team do ?

  34. This tool obsesses over BB, TB, and NE when he’s playing the other freaking conference. SMH. Shut up Rex. Just shut up.

  35. dwbid42 says:
    Sep 30, 2015 3:39 PM
    Rex was asked a question about the Patriots game what was he supposed to do talk about the Cowboys?

    His answer should be…..We are on to Giants…never look back, never look ahead just look at the next game

  36. This guy is a complete clown and embarrassment to any organization he is associated with. Hey Rex when you get fired from the Bills find another job outside of the AFC East as were getting sick of you real fast!!!

  37. dwbid42 says:
    Sep 30, 2015 3:39 PM

    Rex was asked a question about the Patriots game what was he supposed to do talk about the Cowboys?
    **************************************************

    Maybe take a hint from Vick and tell the truth about being out coached and out played?

  38. Ryan will use that butt whooping to motivate his players until the next time they meet the Patriots. That’s just how he runs his team. He couldn’t coach if he didn’t have something to point at and say, “Are you guys going to take that?”

  39. Actually, the Pat’s tried not to embarrass the Bills. I think Belicheck has a lot or respect for the Bills franchise and (for some reason) for Rex. They sat back at the end of the game and almost gave it away, but made sure to put it out of reach at the end. Kudos to the Bills for not giving up. That is not a bad attitude to have, but to say the Pats tried to embarrass them a week and a game later, is, well, embarrassing.

    Rex Ryan’s weird obsession with the Pats, Brady and Belicheck is very bizarre…

  40. Patriots clearly did embarrass you.

    And Rex, what was the “I don’t know that RBs name” nonsense if not an attempt to embarrass Dion Lewis?

  41. laukkanen5 says:
    Sep 30, 2015 4:18 PM
    for a guy with zero titles as a head coach, this guy sure never shuts up….ever…

    guy is a doooooossshhhh
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    He’s a pretty damn accomplished coach. He hasn’t won a SB as a head coach yet, but it’s not like he’s an old head coach.

    He is a hell of a lot more entertaining than most of the coaches out there (from what I’ve heard). If he can entertain, and win, that’s a lot better than being a corpse and winning. We’ll see how his career plays out.

  42. Who made the Bills put those air pumps in the gift shop?

    Who made the Bills say they were going to break the crowd noise record during their win?

    Who made the Bills call Brady names and wave cheater signs based on known lies?

    Who made the Bills cheat by using a third down train horn?

    In my view the Patriots haven’t embarrassed you nearly enough. See you again soon – and at Gillette.

  43. Rex’s obsession with Brady/Bellichick is ridiculous! As much as he tries to get into their heads it is clear that they are always in his. Rex should stick to his other obsession…feet worshiping.

  44. I like Rex, I like Rex alot since his days has a Ravens DL coach. But he made a bad choice in going to the bills. He should’ve gotten out of the AFC East and maybe the whole AFC entirely. He should’ve took the job with the Bears or Falcons. His obsession with Bellicheck and Brady (some times PM) will be the death of him. He just can’t get these guys out of his head and it will effect his coaching after awhile. 10 days after you played them is pretty bad, most coaches would be wrapping of the game planning for this weeks game by now and getting ready for week 5. But this guy is still on the patriots a team the bills dont play for another 7 weeks. good greid

  45. Rex puts his foot in his mouth once again. He better stop dragging his feet getting over the Pays game and get his foot soldiers ready for the Giants or the Bills will be dead in thier feet.

    Rexy’s bravado allowed him to get his foot in the door and he has swept the good people of buffalo off of their feet. But once they realize he’s a glorified Defense coordinator and can’t think on his feet, the season ticket holders will have no choice but to vote with their feet.

  46. Everything Rex says is magnified and twisted by the national media. Especially by that putrid Boston shill Rodak. Why ESPN has a former New England hack assigned to the Bills is beyond me.

    Besides the chop busting comment about Dion Lewis, Rex has been nothing but respectful to New England and especially Belichick this season. People need to lighten up. He should try to instill confidence and a swagger in his players. And that’s all he is doing.
    Rex gets asked a question about New England and he answers. Truth be told though considering the over sensitivity of the markets that care most about what comes out of his mouth, New York and Boston, he should take a different road rather than participate with these media types. Start this Sunday with smacking the Giants around and keep it business like.

  47. “We scored 3 touchdowns to their 3 points”

    —–

    Yes, you did. Unfortunately, the game is 60 minutes long. The referees never said, “New rule starting…now–whoever wins the next four possessions wins the game.”

    Even if they did, Belichick would have won that too if he cared to.

  48. I’m a Dolphin fan, For Life.

    I like Rex Ryan, he’s brought a swagger to this division and some good teams. This year’s Bills teams looks damn good.

    Did the Bills embarrass the Dolphins the same way with a 41-14 win. Yes. But. The Dolphins embarassed themselves. Poor plays, execution and coaching. Just like the Bills did the week before, they lost to the better team that day.

    The Dolphins deserved to lose last Sunday’s game – the better team played better. WAY better.
    A division rival shouldn’t have to throttle it down to show compassion or respect.

    Teams lose. Any given Sunday.
    Its how you pick yourself up and play the next week… and the next week… that determine how good you are. Concentrate on that Rex.

  49. BB does not do garbage time period. Those last three Touch downs were not garbage. Rex has not said anything untrue. He just stated a fact, the Bills never gave up.

  50. @ letsgobuffalo4

    I mean, if you consider the Patriots going into prevent defense and giving the Bills a couple touchdowns close, then that’s your opinion, but that game was a beat down that the scoreboard didn’t ultimately reflect. And the Patriots also pretty much gave the Steelers that third touchdown which made that game appear closer than it actually was. The Patriots were nowhere near 1-2. But it’s only three games. A lot of football left to play

  51. The Patriots have ruled the AFC East and the Bills for a long time. It’s frustrating trying to get into the playoffs when you can’t win the Division and spend the whole season hoping for one of two Wild Card spots, spending a lot of prayer time hoping the other AFC Divisions are controlled by one team to make it easy. Can’t wait for this to end; I feel the same way Rex does and planning on the Bills being 14-2.

  52. Gotta feel sorry for Bill’s fans. Robbie and Rexy, all they do is talk about is how great they are and what they’re going to do but never back it up. Belichek has to really get his laughs from knowing how deep into Rex’s empty head he is. By the way Rex, your team scoring 3 td’s in garbage time is hardly much to be proud of when Pat’s were just cruising with backups in the game. Next time the hoodie will keep the pedal to the metal with starters and then Rex will really be embarrassed (and complain and cry).

  53. I think the Patriots learned an important lesson from that game against the Bills. Don’t fall asleep in the fourth quarter.

    The first game will seem like mercy compared to what’s going to happen to the Bills when they visit Foxboro.

  54. The Patriots D didn’t show up for the 4th quarter… at least one Pats corner (Fletcher) was benched the next weekend and BB recognized that the Bills were picking it up…

    The only thing that’s wrong about what Rexxy is saying is that the Patriots were trying to embarrass his Bills… I wish BB thought like that… he is just trying to win a big division game.

    Brady (Pats Offense) is the Terminator. “they feel pain, pity or remorse and they absolutely will not stop until you are (defeated).

    Kudos to the Bills for manning up!!!

  55. This is a great way to twist his words. Rex was saying out loud what everyone knows. The Patriots wanted to crush the Bills badly. How is that “whining”?

    He never said there was anything wrong with that. And good for the Bills for getting beat down but not knocked out. It helped them as their offense was still rolling into the next game.

  56. It’s clear what he is saying is true as there was no reason for Brady to throw 50+ times, with them almost passing on every play in the second half. Still, he needs to move on.

    His comment about Eli beating Tom twice is probably a good indication of Rex’s thought process. it’s a team sport and maybe if he quit focusing on the whole QB vs QB crap he would produce better performing teams.

  57. weepingjebus says:
    Sep 30, 2015 4:28 PM

    Who made the Bills cheat by using a third down train horn?
    — This is rich, considering who they were playing.

    In my view the Patriots haven’t embarrassed you nearly enough. See you again soon – and at Gillette.

    In all Rex seems pretty self deprecating and jovial about it. The other side’s fans seems to get their panties in a bunch. It’s not like he said the Bills are a better team.

    Granted, the Bills aren’t the Giants (aka Patriot’s big brother), but they may give them a fight in Foxboro.

  58. Rex Ryan has uncontrolled obsessions, defined as:

    Obsessions are persistent and irrational thoughts that infiltrate the mind causing extreme worry and unwanted impulses. The anxiety brought about by these disturbing thoughts, however irrational they may be, greatly affects the ability to live one’s life.

  59. Good. Let it stick with him. It had better sting. I’d be concerned if they already forgot. 8 points people, that’s all that separated these 2 teams. It will be argued it was garbage time, but it was a tipped ball into an interception that ended that game. The Bills stood in, took the beating they deserved, but pulled themselves together and didn’t quit. The Bills of old would have folded. Knock the guy all you want, but he’s right.

  60. djdvd says: Sep 30, 2015 3:37 PM

    They didn’t try Rex, they did it. You know the opposite of what you do after you run your mouth.
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    40-32. Hardly an embarrassment.

    And before anybody starts, the Bills were down 5 with just under five minutes left in the game.

  61. homeinbuffalo says:
    Sep 30, 2015 4:52 PM
    The Patriots have ruled the AFC East and the Bills for a long time. It’s frustrating trying to get into the playoffs when you can’t win the Division and spend the whole season hoping for one of two Wild Card spots, spending a lot of prayer time hoping the other AFC Divisions are controlled by one team to make it easy. Can’t wait for this to end; I feel the same way Rex does and planning on the Bills being 14-2.

    You’re crazy if you think the Bills are 14-2 team with that QB!

  62. “Granted, the Bills aren’t the Giants (aka Patriot’s big brother), but they may give them a fight in Foxboro.”

    ——————

    If you don’t count the last game of the season last year when the Patriots sat everyone including Brady to rest after they clinched home field throughout the week before, The Pats are undefeated at home vs. the Bills since Bill Clinton was president.

    I’m not Nostradamus, but I’m going with the Pats on this one…

  63. This is why Rex is a terrible head coach. He will lose focus and now lose some games that he shouldn’t lose. Then, late in the season, his team will wake up/get lucky/have something happen and they will be close to the playoffs, but not quite make it. This is Rex Ryan football. All passion, not much attention to week-in, week-out details. So it goes in the AFC East.

  64. Rex = The Ultra Dush

    The list of things he has said to try and embarass, discredit or minimize the accomplishments of the Patriots, Belichick, Brady, Lewis etc, and the franchise in general is looooong. Dealing with Rex Ryan is like dealing with a child. His logic is twisted, but it takes longer to explain and make sense of than it does to just move on, and that’s what the Patriots do. Kudos to the Patriots for tuning out the noise and just taking care of business. It’s hard to do in this society in general. Doing it in the 24/7 media storm that is the NFL is darn near impossible, especially with characters like this guy on the loose. The Patriots are an American Success story. Unfortunately in America, that is no longer appreciated.

  65. He’s talking out both sides of his mouth when he says that he was both embarrassed AND that he’s please with how his team fought back.

    Unfortunately, the team he fought back against bore no resemblance to the team that put him in a 30 point hole.

  66. Wow, this man is totally obsessed with the Patriots. Get over it man, move on. The Bills have a good team but when your coach talks smack and whips the players into a frenzy and they start talking smack can’t be the best way to coach a team.

  67. And what was the score of the Bills-Dolphins game?? Does he know point differential is a potenital tiebreaker in deciding a division title??

    The only people who are allowed to embarrass Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills are Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills.

  68. I can’t believe the fans of Buffalo got excited about HIM becoming their HC! So unprofessional and singularly focused on not creating a better football team but just beating one team.

    BB and TB have taken up residence in Ryan’s head rent free they are now planning to add some loft space.

    I bet he dreams about the Pats. Correction I bet he has nightmares about the Pats. He should seek help.

  69. themikegun says:

    And what was the score of the Bills-Dolphins game?? Does he know point differential is a potenital tiebreaker in deciding a division title??

    The only people who are allowed to embarrass Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills are Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills.
    ___________________________________
    Of course he doesn’t. Matter of fact numbers
    5, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 of the 12 NFL tie breaking procedures comes down to points scored or allowed.
    Rex does do a marvelous job of embarrassing himself and any team he coaches.

  70. Patriots aren’t interested in sportsmanship. They ran up the score in 2007 and they’ll run it up again. Of course, all good things come to an end. And the other 31 teams and billionaire owners have long memories.

  71. byrnestj7 says:

    The reporters asked him a direct question about bouncing back from that loss. But don’t let that get in the way of a good headline
    ____________________________________ Any sane individual would have said “that was 2 games ago and we moved on the next day” or ignored the question. Thats what most HC’s will do with a stupid question from an ignorant reporter looking for click bait.

    They’ll ask him the same question next week too now that they know they got a rise out of him and know he’s too stupid to ignore it.

  72. As Giants fan, I liked beating the Jets on the way to beAting the patriots in the SB for a second time. Rex was chirping big time that year.

  73. I’m actually with Rex on this one as hard as that is for me to believe

    I don’t think he was accusing the Patriots of doing anything they shouldn’t – I think he’s back to rallying his team to remember that even in what was generally an embarrassing loss, the players DIDN’T give up and played til the end

    If I were the Bills coach I’d be doing the same thing

    Meanwhile I’d be reminding them that the Pats are the class of the Conference and League and that Buffalo needs to get past New England to succeed. No reason to let the players forget it.

    Now – all that’s good just as long as Rex and the team focus on their next opponent – and not the Patriots.

  74. You do have to give Rex some credit. Yes he wants to beat Belichick because BB has set the coaching standards for this era kicking Rex’s teams in the butt. Rex is in this to win 100% and….. he is obsessed with it.
    You have to admire his passion to be #1 and it is now not looking good….all or nothing. (Though I’d rather have my coach comitted with such passion to winning than naught)

  75. Passion is one thing obsession is something totally different. Rex is a likable guy but he obviously learned nothing from his experience in New York. He is hell bent on flaming out and if he does he has probably burned his final HC job. He will have offers….(don’t know if there will be as many as Rob got!)…..but they will be for a DC not a HC. His shtick grows wearisome in a hurry. It really makes one wonder if he just didn’t get enough attention when he was a kid OR if he is just grossly insecure.

  76. Well, he has a shot to beat the Patriot’s big brother/daddy/you decide this Sunday
    ====================================
    Yeah, don’t make me laugh. Try making the playoffs this year then the Giants and their fans can run their mouths.

  77. “[W]hat I love was how THEY STOPPED PLAYING HARD,” Ryan said Wednesday, via Mike Rodak of ESPN.com. “And when a team was clearly trying to TAKE IT EASY ON US BECAUSE OF THE SCORE, we stood up to them and said, ‘All right, here we are, we’re gonna give you our best shot, regardless of what the scoreboard is.’ And we scored three touchdowns to their three points.”

    Fixed

  78. This should make the Bill’s owners nervous. This is who is leading your team. Can’t get over a game from 2 weeks ago, how can he focus on the next game? It is clear his players take on his personality, this can’t be helpful.

  79. Bill Belichick, Lessee, hereby agrees to lease an indeterminate amount of space in the head of Rex Ryan, Lessor, for such time as both Lessee and Lessor remain active head coaches in the AFC East. As Lessor, Ryan agrees not to attempt to evict Belichick and will provide Lessee with reasonable accommodations. Belichick as Lessee agrees that this is a non-exclusive lease and the Belichick has the right to simultaneously occupy space in such other coaches heads as Belichick can reasonably manage on a weekly basis. Ryan as Lessor agrees to give Belichick as Lessee 24 hours notice before Lessor’s head explodes.

  80. Rex,Rex,Rex, you are lost. They have played the same way in all three games so far. You don’t need the Patriots to embarrass you, you do a great job all by yourself.
    You are as fixed on BB and TB as you are on feet and toes.
    let it go Rexy, let it go.

  81. I am going to bookmark this link and see how foolish all the NE homers will feel after Buffalo wins in Foxboro. It also won’t be NE first loss. They are being blinded by some agenda that they accused the NFL of having. I fully expect it to be a pedal to the floor beat down similar to the one dished out in the divisional round when Rex was “embarrassed” a few weeks earlier. Everybody knocking him for bringing it up is just grasping at straws. Let’s not forget, when the Bills beat down the Tom Brady led patriots in 2003 31-0, it turned their season into revenge. They circled the LAST GAME OF THE SEASON after their first loss. Pot, meet kettle.

  82. Take away the great field position that the refs gave the pats on 3 drives and the Bills mopped the floor with the pats. Wait until MNF when the Bills embarrass the Pats on national TV in front of their enthusiasts (Too bandwagon to be called fans).

  83. What a moron. His own words refute the point he’s trying to make.

    On the one hand, he’s saying that the Patriots were trying to embarrass the Bills by scoring so many points. But then he goes on to point out how his team scored three TDs in a matter of minutes.

    Well, if the Bills are capable of scoring three TDs in less than 10 minutes, then doesn’t it behoove the Patriots to try and score as many points as possible?

    Seriously, what a buffoon.

  84. He is an example of an excellent football mind, without the requisites to be in charge of the whole.

    However, the fact that he never seems to learn from his mistakes indicates some fatal flaw.

    It is a shame. He is funny. If he were playing around for laughs, it might be benign. However, he seems to often be a minus to his own team more often than helping them.

    Do no harm Rex… First and foremost, do no harm

  85. ReligionIsForIdiots says:
    Sep 30, 2015 3:51 PM
    New Cheatland will get HAMMERED in that half empty stadium for the division by Rex and his BUFFALO BILLS.
    =======================
    You sir are by far the biggest mental midget troll on every single Pats message board. Do you even spend time on whatever pathetic team you are actually a fan of or do you just get your jollies with feeble attempts to insult THE GREATEST TEAM IN ALL OF SPORTS.

  86. It’s a proven fact that BB is the head of the Billderberg group. He has been to Bohemian Grove many times. He is behind the wars in the middle east, the real estate bubble and the current global stock crisis

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