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(RotoExperts)   NY Jets Press Conference Comedy Recap: Clearly Rex Ryan has naked pictures of Woody Johnson somewhere. Oh, and the tattoo is real   (rotoexperts.com) divider line 34
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2013-01-08 01:40:36 PM  
The funniest part of this is that Woody Johnson is going to let Rex Ryan be a part of the process to pick his boss, the GM. If that's the case why the hell doesn't Woody just give Rex Ryan both roles, GM and Head Coach?

I thought it was funny when Seattle hired Pete Carroll and let him have a hand in picking the GM. But they now have arguably the best GM in all of football in John Schneider.
 
2013-01-08 01:53:52 PM  
Today I woke up and thought, "I really hope we get three threads about the Jets today."

So weird. Thanks, modmins.
 
2013-01-08 01:55:28 PM  

Treygreen13: Today I woke up and thought, "I really hope we get three threads about the Jets today."

So weird. Thanks, modmins.


well to be fair, the first one is an "any excuse for a Kate Upton thread" thread
 
2013-01-08 01:56:05 PM  

Treygreen13: Today I woke up and thought, "I really hope we get three threads about the Jets today."

So weird. Thanks, modmins.


Would it make you feel any better if it was of the Patriots?
 
2013-01-08 02:00:59 PM  

rjakobi: Treygreen13: Today I woke up and thought, "I really hope we get three threads about the Jets today."

So weird. Thanks, modmins.

Would it make you feel any better if it was of the Patriots?


I'd be happy if it was anything but RG3/Jets. We could talk about one of the teams actually still in the playoffs, maybe.
 
2013-01-08 02:04:17 PM  
It's amazing that the Giants have been the more successful NY team by far but the Jets get the attention.
 
2013-01-08 02:07:35 PM  
Dude, the fact that you woke up and were thinking about what threads were on Fark today is a problem. You really ought to have yourself checked out. As for the Rex Ryan stuff. Can't make this type of stuff up. Hilarious.
 
2013-01-08 02:10:09 PM  

MikeCMC3: Dude, the fact that you woke up and were thinking about what threads were on Fark today is a problem. You really ought to have yourself checked out.


www.seoboy.com
 
2013-01-08 02:10:17 PM  

Treygreen13: Today I woke up and thought, "I really hope we get three threads about the Jets today."

So weird. Thanks, modmins.


I'll tell you though, that Tony Romo is pretty good.
 
2013-01-08 02:11:08 PM  

skinink: It's amazing that the Giants have been the more successful NY team by far but the Jets get the attention.


Since Rex Ryan was hired (2009):

NY Giants: 36-28, 1 playoff appearance, 4 postseason wins
NY Jets: 34-30, 2 playoff appearances, 4 postseason wins

Now, the Giants did catch a lucky streak and win the Super Bowl that one year...but "by far" is incorrect.
 
2013-01-08 02:30:09 PM  

skinink: It's amazing that the Giants have been the more successful NY team by far but the Jets get the attention.


Nothing gets more attention than a large market team performing poorly.  The Jets have it all - a QB controversy, a loudmouth coach, a bad owner, and a toxic locker room.

The Giants have none of this.
 
2013-01-08 02:37:08 PM  

Treygreen13: Today I woke up and thought, "I really hope we get three threads about the Jets today."

So weird. Thanks, modmins.


A funny story is a funny story.
 
2013-01-08 02:51:02 PM  

Rapmaster2000: skinink: It's amazing that the Giants have been the more successful NY team by far but the Jets get the attention.

Nothing gets more attention than a large market team performing poorly.  The Jets have it all - a QB controversy, a loudmouth coach, a bad owner, and a toxic locker room.

The Giants have none of this.


The Giants have Eli Manning, who's favorite flavor is apparently mayonnaise.
 
2013-01-08 02:53:47 PM  

skinink: It's amazing that the Giants have been the more successful NY team by far but the Jets get the attention.


Speaking on behalf of Giants fans, I can safely say that we're fine with the Jets having the attention all offseason and even the regular season, as long as every few years the Giants are there every Monday in January and especially the first Monday in February.
 
2013-01-08 03:08:36 PM  

IAmRight: skinink: It's amazing that the Giants have been the more successful NY team by far but the Jets get the attention.

Since Rex Ryan was hired (2009):

NY Giants: 36-28, 1 playoff appearance, 4 postseason wins
NY Jets: 34-30, 2 playoff appearances, 4 postseason wins

Now, the Giants did catch a lucky streak and win the Super Bowl that one year...but "by far" is incorrect.


Conveniently leaving out 2008 which wasn't a bad year for the Giants either.
 
2013-01-08 03:09:55 PM  
In other coaching shenanigans, Eagles interviewing Lovie Smith.
 
2013-01-08 03:10:59 PM  

farbekrieg: Conveniently leaving out 2008 which wasn't a bad year for the Giants either.


Obviously I'm cherry-picking a bit, and obviously if you want to go throughout the history of the teams the Giants do have a huge advantage, but the uptick in Jets coverage has come since the hiring of Ryan, so that's a justifiable starting point to start from.
 
2013-01-08 03:12:22 PM  

Super Chronic: Treygreen13: Today I woke up and thought, "I really hope we get three threads about the Jets today."

So weird. Thanks, modmins.

I'll tell you though, that Tony Romo is pretty good.


I disagree. I think he is pretty bad. I wish there were further discussion to help me determine his relative worth.
 
2013-01-08 03:22:26 PM  

IAmRight: farbekrieg: Conveniently leaving out 2008 which wasn't a bad year for the Giants either.

Obviously I'm cherry-picking a bit, and obviously if you want to go throughout the history of the teams the Giants do have a huge advantage, but the uptick in Jets coverage has come since the hiring of Ryan, so that's a justifiable starting point to start from.


to not mention 2 superbowls in the last 5 years seems disingenuous to me when talking about relative success for the franchises.

admittedly I think the giants have their own head coaching problem, it seems that they often play without a sense of urgency, and if there is no immenient threat of tom coughlin getting fired they just dont seem to perform.

honestly i like rex as a coach and I think his input on a gm should help create the team he thinks he needs in order to win, having teblow foisted on him and being saddled with the sanchize have obviously been limit factors in his success.
 
2013-01-08 03:30:20 PM  

Super Chronic: I thought it was funny when Seattle hired Pete Carroll and let him have a hand in picking the GM. But they now have arguably the best GM in all of football in John Schneider.


I loved him in The Dukes of Hazzard
 
2013-01-08 03:32:17 PM  

robsul82: In other coaching shenanigans, Eagles interviewing Lovie Smith.


So the Eagles will enjoy the same success with challenges and clock management they have for the last 14 years?
 
2013-01-08 03:35:47 PM  

rjakobi: Treygreen13: Today I woke up and thought, "I really hope we get three threads about the Jets today."

So weird. Thanks, modmins.

Would it make you feel any better if it was of the Patriots?


The Pats are a great team and and all that, but for real comedy gold, you can't beat the Jets.
 
2013-01-08 03:36:44 PM  
Rex still desperately wishes someday he can beat the Ravens. It still bothers him that he lost out on that job to Harbaugh and is 0-2 against them since he's been in NY.

Glad that loudmouth clown ended up somewhere else.
 
2013-01-08 03:36:55 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: robsul82: In other coaching shenanigans, Eagles interviewing Lovie Smith.

So the Eagles will enjoy the same success with challenges and clock management they have for the last 14 years?


I honestly couldn't think of a better fit if they wanted to maintain continuity. Both Reid and Smith burn time outs like no coaches I've ever seen.
 
2013-01-08 03:39:24 PM  

Super Chronic: The funniest part of this is that Woody Johnson is going to let Rex Ryan be a part of the process to pick his boss, the GM. If that's the case why the hell doesn't Woody just give Rex Ryan both roles, GM and Head Coach?

I thought it was funny when Seattle hired Pete Carroll and let him have a hand in picking the GM. But they now have arguably the best GM in all of football in John Schneider.


I was watching Moneyball on TV a few weeks ago when it finally dawned on me: this is the Scott Hatteberg situation all over again. Obviously, Ryan vehemently opposed the Tebow signing from the start and refused to play him no matter what the situation, eventually promoting an unknown third-stringer over the Jets' expensive and popular benchwarmer, even while knowing that he would have to endure a ton of criticism and second-guessing from fans and media. The difference is that ownership agreed with the head coach in this case, and fired the GM at the end of the year. It's even probable that Ryan would not have kept Tebow on the bench had he not been sure that the owner had his back.
 
2013-01-08 03:41:58 PM  
I wonder what he'll get tattooed next year? Tim Tebow walking on water with the Lombardi Trophy in his hand? Santonio Holmes in a tutu? Him as a fail whale?
 
2013-01-08 03:43:16 PM  
I was watching Moneyball on TV a few weeks ago when it finally dawned on me: this is the Scott Hatteberg situation all over again. Obviously, Ryan vehemently opposed the Tebow signing from the start and refused to play him no matter what the situation, eventually promoting an unknown third-stringer over the Jets' expensive and popular benchwarmer, even while knowing that he would have to endure a ton of criticism and second-guessing from fans and media. The difference is that ownership agreed with the head coach in this case, and fired the GM at the end of the year. It's even probable that Ryan would not have kept Tebow on the bench had he not been sure that the owner had his back.

Edit: as a second-year player, Tebow may not have been so expensive. I'm too lazy to look up the details of the trade to find out.
 
2013-01-08 03:45:56 PM  
 
2013-01-08 03:53:28 PM  

The Dreaded Rear Admiral: Rex Ryan Tattoo: The t-shirt


that link caused avast to light up
 
2013-01-08 04:05:02 PM  

The Bestest: The Dreaded Rear Admiral: Rex Ryan Tattoo: The t-shirt

that link caused avast to light up


Hmm. It's the seller's page. Symantec at the college had no problem with it (posted from work). But its cool, beware above link. Better safe than sorry.
 
2013-01-08 04:11:57 PM  

Yanks_RSJ: robsul82: In other coaching shenanigans, Eagles interviewing Lovie Smith.

So the Eagles will enjoy the same success with challenges and clock management they have for the last 14 years?


You don't want to shock your fanbase by suddenly going to a coach who won't burn two timeouts in the third quarter every week, that's for sure.
 
2013-01-08 04:14:48 PM  
It's not news, it's JETS.com
 
2013-01-08 04:15:17 PM  

Super Chronic: ***snip***

But they now have arguably the best GM in all of football in John Schneider.


Why would you want the whiny farm boy when you can have the little green swamp dweller?

www.totalpackers.com
 
2013-01-08 04:46:15 PM  

The Bestest: well to be fair, the first one is an "any excuse for a Kate Upton thread" thread


You say that like it's a bad thing.
 
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