It’s not easy to work under these conditions. In fact, it’s downright uncomfortable. It’s especially tough if you’re expendable. The pressure is unbearable. You just know the end is coming.
Ryan can’t be blamed for this latest disaster on offense. His defense, despite a massive overhaul and youth movement, is still clicking relatively well. But an offense that is simply putrid shouldn’t be his fault.
WFAN’s Mike Francesa lit into Rex Ryan’s struggling team during his opening monologue on Monday, one day after Gang Green was humiliated 23-3 by the average at best Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium.
When the Jets were 5-4 and had the NFL world marveling at their resilience after beating the Saints, coach Rex Ryan had to avoid one word the rest of the way to stifle the calls for his job: regression.
Thursday was a day for giving thanks. As unbelievable as it might sound, Mark Sanchez was thankful for his Jets career.
Let’s get something straight: The Jets were never going all in this season. When they hired John Idzik as their GM following the disastrous 2012 season, he was not under any pressure to turn the Jets into a winner in 2013.
Sanchez says he’ll be back “better than ever.” Whether that chance comes with the Jets remains to be seen, but the quarterback, who underwent shoulder surgery on Oct. 8, has a clear preference.
Your team has surprised nearly everyone, including yourselves. So stop whining and enjoy the journey.
For the loud few who really, truly believe that Matt Simms is the spark the Jets need, they have a lot of disappointment awaiting them.
We have to understand that there’s still a long six weeks to go in this season. So I implore you–let’s wait until it all plays out before we make any more definitive judgments.
What was supposed to be a rebuilding year has instead made a complete and total turn. The Jets are now pointed up and the signing of Reed proves it.
The New York Jets and nine-time Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed have agreed to terms on a contract, reuniting coach Rex Ryan with one of his favorite players.
Ed Reed may not be the player he once was, but he’s certainly still enough of a player to help the young Jets become men. And he’s here now for one reason and one reason only. Rex Ryan.
Rex Ryan has defied the odds and delivered an unexpected rebound season — as the Jets stand at 5-4.
John Idzik is warming up to Rex Ryan. That is, assuming he was ever cold on him in the first place.