Rex sat down with the Buffalo News and shared some entertaining anecdotes from his childhood that prove blood is actually thicker than water.
Rex’s Jets are 1-3, have lost three in a row and can’t cover anyone in the passing game. And Rob’s Saints have been even worse than his brother’s bunch.
The Jets coach said this week he’s talked at length to his brother Rob, defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints, about stopping Cam Newton and the Panthers.
Rex Ryan’s defense outperformed twin Rob’s unit as the New York Jets upset the New Orleans Saints 26-20 Sunday.
Rex Ryan has often had the edge over twin brother Rob.
“I will find another spot.” Will that be with his twin brother Rex Ryan in New York? Perhaps, but don’t bet on it.
Rex Ryan is trimmer and healthier these days after dropping an impressive 106 pounds.
New York trailed 28-0 early and didn’t come ready to play. Check out the result in the Jets’ first five drives: Fumble. Punt. Interception. Punt. Fumble.
According to Rob Ryan, the Jets’ rotund head coach has all sorts of envy. Ring envy.
Early on Tuesday, the guys got a call from Anthony in Belleville, who acutely pointed out that Rex Ryan’s twin brother Rob and our own Eddie Scozzare look an awful lot alike.
It was fitting that on the tenth anniversary of 9/11, New York showed courage, stayed together and rallied.
The Jets’ thrilling comeback over the Cowboys in their 2011 season opener may be the strongest proof yet that they’re ready for a Super Bowl run.
The Jets’ head coach has been no stranger to brash quotes since replacing Eric Mangini in 2009. But his words this past Monday clearly outline how the organization feels about Sunday night’s regular season opener against the Cowboys at MetLife Stadium.
Nearly one year later, those alleged foot-fetish videos are still a “personal matter” to Jets coach Rex Ryan. But to Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, it’s a chance to needle his twin brother leading up to their 9/11 showdown at MetLife stadium.
Not even cancer can keep former NFL coach Buddy Ryan from being in the stands when his twin sons coach against each other Sunday night in the prime-time opener between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Jets.