While Ryan’s coaching decisions and no-holds-barred approach were often criticized, he could never be accused of being boring.
The 2014 Oakland Raiders started out 0-10, but they split their last six games to finish 3-13. This was one game worse than the 2013 squad, which finished 4-12. The Silver & Black haven’t had a winning season since 2002, and they haven’t been to the playoffs since losing the Super Bowl that year. What’s next?
A year of promise turned into a nightmare for Rex Ryan and his New York Jets.
The sidewalk and steps in front of the Jets’ store off Madison Avenue are a rubble-strewn mess, under construction with the promise of a better tomorrow.
The man can still coach, the evidence shows. Sadly, it won’t be here in New York with the Jets. But he will do it somewhere, and he will win if given the proper support and commitment.
Johnson fired coach Rex Ryan and general manager John Idzik on Monday, one day after completing one of the most disappointing seasons in franchise history.
It appears Jets owner Woody Johnson is ready to go to the ends of the Earth to turn this franchise around after four straight non-playoff seasons.
Rex Ryan was felled by his own hubris. His best characteristics — his confidence, unwillingness to change, and monolithic ear to his own voice and only tuning fork — are what made him overtly unadaptable to progress.
Somebody should thank this man for his service. He deserves it and then some.
Career games from Geno Smith and Eric Decker lead the New York Jets to a victory over the Miami Dolphins.
After six seasons and two AFC championship games, Rex Ryan’s final appearance on the sidelines for the New York Jets could be Sunday.
It appears that both wide receiver Percy Harvin and center Nick Mangold will be game time decisions for the New York Jets on Sunday.
“I see myself helping this team turn things around. Obviously, I’m a part of the reason why we’re in this position, so I’d love to be a part of the solution.”
According to a report, Casserly has reached out to former Packers general manager Ron Wolf. The 75-year-old would also serve as a consultant in the event that wholesale changes are on the way.