Tag Archive: Rex Ryan

Mar 21

Sanchez’s release comes 26 months after Rex’s vow

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The curious, confounding career of Mark Sanchez has ended in New York, less than five years after it began. The decision to cut Sanchez comes only two years and four months after coach Rex Ryan made a clear and unequivocal vow regarding Sanchez’s tenure with the team. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

Jun 02

Rant Sports: New York Jets Will Still Stink Regardless of Who Wins QB Competition

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If they didn’t play near the Big Apple, no one would care about the New York Jets‘ quarterback competition, but since they are the center of attention among the New York-area media, the battle between Geno Smith and Mark Sanchez is being monitored under a figurative microscope. But here’s my thought on it: the Jets …

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Apr 29

New York Jets release Tim Tebow

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One year after bringing Tim Tebow to Broadway, creating a nationwide fascination that slowly evolved into a salacious controversy, the New York Jets made the long-anticipated move Monday of releasing one of the NFL’s most popular players. The Jets confirmed the release in a three-paragraph press release, a long way from his Super Bowl-sized news …

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Feb 20

Rant Sports: New York Jets Foolish to Keep Silent Regarding Darrelle Revis

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The New York Jets are a joke. With the exception of head coach Rex Ryan, they cleaned house in an attempt to turn things around, but things haven’t changed a bit. New Jets general manager John Idzik had a clean slate with all his players and staff, but has already caused the Jets’ best player–cornerback …

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Dec 28

Jeff Pearlman: The Debate: Fire Rex Ryan vs. Keep Rex Ryan

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I remember being in college and desperately wanting a chance to write somewhere … anywhere. Generally, that led to frustration. Hence, I decided to invite college journalists here to debate me on random subjects. I’ll run these from time to time, when I’m feeling particularly funky. Today, Vince Pitrone, an excellent University of Pittsburgh at …

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Dec 07

Rex Ryan thinks his future isn’t tied to Mark Sanchez, Rex Ryan is wrong

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In the NFL, quarterback play determines if a coach ultimately keeps his job. It’s a simple concept that most understand. If the quarterback plays well, the team has a better chance to win and the coach has a better chance to keep him job. In contrast, if the quarterback plays poorly, the team’s chances of …

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Nov 10

Jets hope to rattle rookie Russell Wilson

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Though there’s been no mention of “hot sauce,” the Jets have specific plans to turn up the heat Seahawks rookie quarterback Russell Wilson. “We’re going to get this guy rattled,” defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson told WFAN, via Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.  Per Mehta, Wilkerson later told reporters that Wilson’s youth makes …

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Nov 07

Of course, Rex Ryan was voted the most overrated coach in the league by NFL players

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Look what we have here. Another poll asking NFL players who is the most overrated *fill in the blank* in the NFL. A couple of weeks ago, Sports Illustrated asked NFL players who were the most overrated players in the league. And like clockwork, Jets quarterbacks Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez were voted No. 1 …

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Oct 21

Patriots rally back to beat Jets 29-26 in overtime

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The Patriots were the biggest favorite of Week Seven and it looked like they might also go down as the biggest upset victim. After a listless offensive effort throughout the game and a defensive performance that allowed the Jets to score 13 straight fourth quarter points to grab a 26-23 lead, Tom Brady was able …

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Jan 11

Tony Sparano Hired As Jets Offensive Coordinator; Brian Schottenheimer Resigns

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The New York Jets search for a new offensive coordinator lasted less than 24 hours. The Jets issued a statement on Tuesday night announcing Brian Schottenheimer had “resigned” as the offensive coordinator and by Wednesday morning the team confirmed that Tony Sparano will replace him. [...]

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