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(NESN)   Take a wild freaking guess who said this: "Somebody asked me if we focus on New England. Bullsh*t. I have to be honest, I don't worry about them. They need to worry about us"   (nesn.com) divider line 42
    More: Dumbass, Foxboro, Rex Ryan, Jets, Patriots, New England  
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2014-07-20 04:55:57 PM  
My girlfriend guessed Talib, I guessed either Rex Ryan or Brandon Spikes.
 
2014-07-20 05:15:06 PM  
That fat foot fetishist.
 
2014-07-20 05:18:22 PM  
Put his foot in his mouth again
 
2014-07-20 05:30:15 PM  
Of course Rex feels good now. The Jets are always at their best in months that don't contain an "R".
 
2014-07-20 05:33:47 PM  
"Do I think that I'm a great coach? I absolutely know I'm a great coach," Ryan said.  What a guy.  And modest into the bargain!

/STFU, you fat f*cking foot fetishist
 
2014-07-20 05:51:01 PM  
I was going to say Chris christy buy Ryan is about the same level of douche ...

/didn't RTFA
 
2014-07-20 06:06:14 PM  

jaylectricity: My girlfriend guessed Talib, I guessed either Rex Ryan or Brandon Spikes.


Ha ha... No, that guy was Mitch Comstein, my roommate. He was a good guy.
 
2014-07-20 06:48:38 PM  
Sexy Rexy?
*rtfa* OK!
 
2014-07-20 06:58:15 PM  
Too soon.
 
2014-07-20 07:00:02 PM  
So, 7-9 and third place in the AFC East, then.
 
2014-07-20 07:03:42 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: "Do I think that I'm a great coach? I absolutely know I'm a great coach," Ryan said.  What a guy.  And modest into the bargain!

/STFU, you fat f*cking foot fetishist


To be fair, he is a pretty great coach.  The Jets have overachieved expectations just about every year.

Now, you could blame him to a large degree for those expectations being so low, in terms of his contribution to putting the team together.
 
2014-07-20 07:11:52 PM  
He's also lying through his teeth. He's decidedly not a great coach if he doesn't spend time focusing on the team that's dominated his division for the last, oh, decade.

Who does he focus on then? The Dolphins? The farking Bills? Foot videos on the Internet?

Every coach worth a shiat focuses on the division winner to at least see how they did it and what his team needs to do to win the division. Then you have Rex Ryan. He focuses more on talking about how great his teams are going to be before failing to come close to his predictions.
 
2014-07-20 07:17:18 PM  
I truly believe, and I've said this many times, that if the Jets went 2-14, and those 2 wins were against the Pats, he'd be happy and consider it a successful season
 
2014-07-20 07:20:50 PM  
It's odd how much you all care about someone else's sexual proclivities.
 
2014-07-20 07:26:43 PM  
Without RTFA or comments, Rex Ryan or someone on the Jets.

It is the Dolphins they have to worry about
 
2014-07-20 07:36:09 PM  

Dafatone: Benevolent Misanthrope: "Do I think that I'm a great coach? I absolutely know I'm a great coach," Ryan said.  What a guy.  And modest into the bargain!

/STFU, you fat f*cking foot fetishist

To be fair, he is a pretty great coach.  The Jets have overachieved expectations just about every year.

Now, you could blame him to a large degree for those expectations being so low, in terms of his contribution to putting the team together.


I think the Jets may be succeeding in spite of Ryan.
 
2014-07-20 07:39:42 PM  
Rex Ryan is a good coach with an overinflated ego, but his bluster does seem to work on the guys that matter: his players.  They buy into it, and by-and-large the team has had pretty respectable results, which helps keep them buying into it.

If the man could find it in his heart to hire a good, veteran offensive coordinator and QB instructor and gave him full control over the offense, the team could be dominant.  Rex Ryan's defense, a solid (say, second quartile, 9-16th ranked) offense, and put effort into at least average special teams, and you've got a fringe Super Bowl contender year-in, year-out.  If the offense has a good year, or the defense generates giant piles of turnovers to give the offense a great start, and now it's not so fringe a contender.

Instead, Rex would find a way to have Joe Montana and Jim Brown on the team and still produce bottom-quartile offensive results.

/Patriots fan, so you know I'm not biased in his favor
 
2014-07-20 07:41:37 PM  

Jack Lambert's Missing Teeth: He's decidedly not a great coach if he doesn't spend time focusing on the team that's dominated his division for the last, oh, decade.


People should read Collision Low Crossers by Dawidoff.  It follows the Jets for a year and it shows just how Rex has entered this weird mental state.  The PLAYERS love him and the other coaches love him (mostly because he's constantly granting them nonstop favors).  From his perspective, he's a great coach because he's incredibly loyal to his people, to a fault (see: Mike Pettine and Mark Sanchez).  When things fall apart on gameday, he's genuinely befuddled.

\other revelation: Mark Sanchez is a film room god amongst men
 
2014-07-20 08:06:38 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Dafatone: Benevolent Misanthrope: "Do I think that I'm a great coach? I absolutely know I'm a great coach," Ryan said.  What a guy.  And modest into the bargain!

/STFU, you fat f*cking foot fetishist

To be fair, he is a pretty great coach.  The Jets have overachieved expectations just about every year.

Now, you could blame him to a large degree for those expectations being so low, in terms of his contribution to putting the team together.

I think the Jets may be succeeding in spite of Ryan.


Really? When have they ever achieved under Rex Ryan? They went to two AFC Championship games with Mark Sanchez, they went 8-8 with the worst offensive talent in the NFL last season. You can say a lot of things about Rex Ryan (For example, he needs to be paired with a better GM than Mike Tannenbaum), but it's honestly tough to argue that he's a bad coach.
 
2014-07-20 08:25:49 PM  

JohnHall: Benevolent Misanthrope: Dafatone: Benevolent Misanthrope: "Do I think that I'm a great coach? I absolutely know I'm a great coach," Ryan said.  What a guy.  And modest into the bargain!

/STFU, you fat f*cking foot fetishist

To be fair, he is a pretty great coach.  The Jets have overachieved expectations just about every year.

Now, you could blame him to a large degree for those expectations being so low, in terms of his contribution to putting the team together.

I think the Jets may be succeeding in spite of Ryan.

Really? When have they ever achieved under Rex Ryan? They went to two AFC Championship games with Mark Sanchez, they went 8-8 with the worst offensive talent in the NFL last season. You can say a lot of things about Rex Ryan (For example, he needs to be paired with a better GM than Mike Tannenbaum), but it's honestly tough to argue that he's a bad coach.


That should be underacheived.
 
2014-07-20 08:27:58 PM  

JohnHall: Benevolent Misanthrope: Dafatone: Benevolent Misanthrope: "Do I think that I'm a great coach? I absolutely know I'm a great coach," Ryan said.  What a guy.  And modest into the bargain!

/STFU, you fat f*cking foot fetishist

To be fair, he is a pretty great coach.  The Jets have overachieved expectations just about every year.

Now, you could blame him to a large degree for those expectations being so low, in terms of his contribution to putting the team together.

I think the Jets may be succeeding in spite of Ryan.

Really? When have they ever achieved under Rex Ryan? They went to two AFC Championship games with Mark Sanchez, they went 8-8 with the worst offensive talent in the NFL last season. You can say a lot of things about Rex Ryan (For example, he needs to be paired with a better GM than Mike Tannenbaum), but it's honestly tough to argue that he's a bad coach.


It's really easy to argue he's a bad head coach. However, he is a brilliant defensive coach. Once he gets fired, he can go back to doing that and he'll be great.
 
2014-07-20 08:53:27 PM  

Jack Lambert's Missing Teeth: It's really easy to argue he's a bad head coach. However, he is a brilliant defensive coach. Once he gets fired, he can go back to doing that and he'll be great.


This.  The reason it took so long to realize how horrible Sanchez was is because he took that long to get it through his fat skull that you can't run a run-run-run-run-option-run-option-run-OMGREALPASSING offense in the NFL successfully and continually.

Darth Hoodie is going to worry about two things the entire season: his team, and how to get them to beat the next team on the schedule.  He gives a fark about that idiot in a green sweater-vest twice a year, and that's it, just like he worries about the Dolphins twice and the Factory of Sadness's AFC East Satellite Office twice.

\though on the topic of the Bills, can't wait to see how Spikes reacts when it finally occurs to him that he's playing for the Bills.
 
2014-07-20 08:59:19 PM  
King George III
 
2014-07-20 09:04:33 PM  

zamboni: jaylectricity: My girlfriend guessed Talib, I guessed either Rex Ryan or Brandon Spikes.

Ha ha... No, that guy was Mitch Comstein, my roommate. He was a good guy.


My dad never liked you and your uncle molests collies.
 
2014-07-20 09:06:09 PM  

grokca: King George III


that was my guess
 
2014-07-20 09:20:52 PM  
So according to Wiki, over the five seasons Ryan has been the coach, the Jets finished in second place four times but have been in the playoffs only two times. In three of the seasons his team has had a record of .500 or below. And after five years the Jets aren't even expected to really challenge for the division title though they'll be competitive.

I just expect a coach going into his sixth year with the same team should really have that team showing much improvement. Instead after the Jets hit the highwater mark in 2010 with an 11-5 record, they've been mediocre the last three years. Hell, in 2013 the Jets lost to the Titans, Bills, and Dolphins.
 
2014-07-20 09:51:11 PM  

skinink: So according to Wiki, over the five seasons Ryan has been the coach, the Jets finished in second place four times but have been in the playoffs only two times. In three of the seasons his team has had a record of .500 or below. And after five years the Jets aren't even expected to really challenge for the division title though they'll be competitive.

I just expect a coach going into his sixth year with the same team should really have that team showing much improvement. Instead after the Jets hit the highwater mark in 2010 with an 11-5 record, they've been mediocre the last three years. Hell, in 2013 the Jets lost to the Titans, Bills, and Dolphins.


Maybe, but a lot of blame falls at the GM too. The starting QB for his first 4 years was Mark Sanchez, and his backup was a borderline deceased Mark Brunell and Kellen Clemens. That's terrible roster management. The Jets have been a good team despite a god-awful QB. And the offense has been run-run pass because of the QB, rather than the other way around.

He is he the best coach in the NFL, not by a longshot, but frankly, I'm not sure what makes a guy like eff Fisher so good, and Rex so bad. Considering the talent on his team, I'm comfortable in saying the ets would have been far worse off in firing Rex and hiring one of the retreads in the NFL this year.
 
2014-07-20 10:12:39 PM  
I guessed it was an employee at ESPN
 
2014-07-20 10:23:33 PM  

Jack Lambert's Missing Teeth: Every coach worth a shiat focuses on the division winner to at least see how they did it and what his team needs to do to win the division.


Why should the division winner be that much of a focus? They represent two out of sixteen games on the schedule for the year.  You could lose both of your games to the division winner 49-0 and it wouldn't matter one bit if you take care of business in your other 14 games.
 
2014-07-20 10:25:38 PM  

JohnHall: Benevolent Misanthrope: Dafatone: Benevolent Misanthrope: "Do I think that I'm a great coach? I absolutely know I'm a great coach," Ryan said.  What a guy.  And modest into the bargain!

/STFU, you fat f*cking foot fetishist

To be fair, he is a pretty great coach.  The Jets have overachieved expectations just about every year.

Now, you could blame him to a large degree for those expectations being so low, in terms of his contribution to putting the team together.

I think the Jets may be succeeding in spite of Ryan.

Really? When have they ever achieved under Rex Ryan? They went to two AFC Championship games with Mark Sanchez, they went 8-8 with the worst offensive talent in the NFL last season. You can say a lot of things about Rex Ryan (For example, he needs to be paired with a better GM than Mike Tannenbaum), but it's honestly tough to argue that he's a bad coach.


This. I think New England is the division favorite but Rex seemingly does more with less.  Leading up to last season quite a few talking heads were wondering if the Jets would even win a game that year.
 
2014-07-20 11:06:17 PM  
*yawn*
 
2014-07-20 11:18:09 PM  
cinemagr.am
 
2014-07-21 03:12:43 AM  
Ask a stupid question, etc etc
 
2014-07-21 07:06:22 AM  

Shaggy_C: Why should the division winner be that much of a focus? They represent two out of sixteen games on the schedule for the year.  You could lose both of your games to the division winner 49-0 and it wouldn't matter one bit if you take care of business in your other 14 games.


I kind-of agree with you, but winning within the division is your best chance to make the playoffs, so focusing on those games seems like the best strategy I think.

Anyhow, personally I think it is more important to just concentrate on being a good football team, period. Having Sanchez as the QB wasn't helping. So there are plenty of poor decisions the team has been making to cause themselves problems.
 
2014-07-21 08:05:03 AM  

puckrock2000:


That will never get old. :)
 
2014-07-21 09:46:04 AM  

smd31: puckrock2000:

That will never get old. :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAp57G1hLn0
 
2014-07-21 11:58:42 AM  
img.4plebs.org
 
2014-07-21 03:03:41 PM  

grokca: King George III


I was going to say Robert E. Lee or Stonewall Jackson.  Same joke ...
 
2014-07-21 05:48:32 PM  
Rex Ryan burns a vast amount of energy talking about how he doesn't give a shiat about New England.
 
2014-07-21 06:33:16 PM  

natural316: I truly believe, and I've said this many times, that if the Jets went 2-14, and those 2 wins were against the Pats, he'd be happy and consider it a successful season


I still catch shiat from Cowboys fans about the 1989 season, when they were 1-15, but that one win was against the Redskins.
 
2014-07-21 08:31:43 PM  

rickythepenguin: Rex Ryan burns a vast amount of energy talking about how he doesn't give a shiat about New England.


Amazing how that works, isn't it?
 
2014-07-21 11:10:39 PM  

puckrock2000: [cinemagr.am image 192x144]


Butt fumble is proof of a benevolent god.
 
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