We will learn in the coming days whether Rex Ryan remains the head coach of the New York Jets. And if he does not, we will know that Ryan never had a chance.
In the end, even the words of a respected veteran like Colon may not be enough to save Ryan. It happens like that sometimes, especially when a team misses the playoffs three straight years.
Ryan’s tenure as coach of the Jets could be in its final weeks. Keep Rex or Fire Rex? Well, that depends on who you ask.
New Jersey Transit is offering a special pass to ease travel for the first Super Bowl to be played outdoors in a cold-weather locale.
The GOP power trio attended the game presumably as guests of team owner Woody Johnson, a well-known backer of the Republican Party.
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and Super Bowl Host Committee Co-Chairman Woody Johnson helped distribute coats to 100 residents at the Bowery Mission on Tuesday.
Not even the most stubborn person could come to any other conclusion: the Knicks are a bad team when Andrea Bargnani is on the court.
John Idzik is warming up to Rex Ryan. That is, assuming he was ever cold on him in the first place.
“I said, ‘Listen, Roger, I can’t guarantee the lights aren’t going to go out,’” Christie said. “‘But if they do, there will be bodies strewn in the parking lot for the people who are responsible for the lights going out.’”
The Tri-State area is getting ready to host its first Super Bowl. What better way to celebrate the occasion than to insult the region, its fans and teams. Wait — what?
Remember when Rex Ryan was “dead coach walking” into the 2013 season? What about now?
For all of us who declared before the season that Gang Green was gangrenous this year, it’s time to munch on our words, and even flash a little gratitude for perhaps the most beleaguered franchise in football.
When Ryan’s defense stops opponents on a weekly basis, we take it for granted and point to the aspects of coaching that he doesn’t excel at.
Jets coach Rex Ryan was correct in his post-game comments — there’s no apology for winning an ugly game in the NFL. But he also must know that he was oh-so-close to getting run out of town only one game into his final contract year.
Jets owner Woody Johnson won’t try to temper expectations for his team this season. “I’m always optimistic,” he said Wednesday.