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Rex Ryan says that you people aren't giving him enough respect

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Posted: 6/14/2013 8:18 PM

Rex Ryan says that you people aren't giving him enough respect 


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Posted: 6/14/2013 8:21 PM

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"You people"??
Not on my Watch    
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Posted: 6/14/2013 9:15 PM

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Funny I didn't read anywhere in that article where I disrespected him.

Now I think he's a great defensive mind but unless he win's a SB as a HC that's all he'll ever be seen as.

 

True test of faith is being a Jets fan

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Posted: 6/14/2013 9:20 PM

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Rex being Rex. I like the guy, he's the antithesis of all the cryptic boring secretive coaches out there, for both good and bad - hope he is successful with the Jets for many seasons to come
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Posted: 6/15/2013 5:55 AM

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Shut up Rex and coach the damn team. You want respect then earn it for crying out loud! W's=Respect

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Posted: 6/15/2013 11:21 AM

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Rex said he is  not given credit for being as good of a coach as he is. He earned that. He is given accolades for being a great defensive coach. In fact, everytime that he is "questioned" or not given credit for being a great HC, he is first ladened with praise for his defensive coaching. 

Rex needs to be in the defensive meetings & preparations...no doubt. He is a brilliant schemer who erased a lot of short comings on that side of the ball with great schemes.

Rex, unfortunately, hasn't accepted or learned, that he can be of great assistance to the other side of the ball too...kinda like another great DC who became a great HC. Belichek made the leap, bc he "got it". It was no accident that Cassel went 10-6 under BB after his sister got hurt.

He understands what his offense is doing & how his offense is going to be attacked, and re-iterates that to the offensive co. & Brady.

Can you imagine the insight Rex could give an offense? I wish he'd show us.
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Posted: 6/15/2013 11:41 AM

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I feel like this is more of a response to all the writers who claim he must win to keep his job.

Jets & Hawkeyes. I must enjoy torturing myself. >.<
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Posted: 6/15/2013 3:47 PM

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BlvdBrawler wrote: Shut up Rex and coach the damn team. You want respect then earn it for crying out loud! W's=Respect
+1 agree. Shut your pie hole, and win some games Rex !blah2

Go Jets...Cyborg
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Posted: 6/15/2013 4:05 PM

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cysporsche wrote:
BlvdBrawler wrote: Shut up Rex and coach the damn team. You want respect then earn it for crying out loud! W's=Respect
+1 agree. Shut your pie hole, and win some games Rex !blah2

Go Jets...Cyborg
Please......... Mangini kept his mouth shut and people called our team robotic, secretive, and filled with choir boys. Every coach has his own personality. I can't remember the "shut your pie hole comments" in 2009/2010. Some fans just seem like they can't wait to turn on someone. What have you done for me lately I guess.
Not on my Watch    
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Posted: 6/15/2013 5:53 PM

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cysporsche wrote:
BlvdBrawler wrote: Shut up Rex and coach the damn team. You want respect then earn it for crying out loud! W's=Respect
+1 agree. Shut your pie hole, and win some games Rex !blah2

Go Jets...Cyborg
Please......... Mangini kept his mouth shut and people called our team robotic, secretive, and filled with choir boys. Every coach has his own personality. I can't remember the "shut your pie hole comments" in 2009/2010. Some fans just seem like they can't wait to turn on someone. What have you done for me lately I guess.

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Quiet, loud, it doesn't matter. I agree with the idea that W= respect. Problem is you can't get Ws in the offseason or by talking to the media.
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Posted: 6/15/2013 7:34 PM

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+2 - Just when you thought he learned from our new GM to be prudent he becomes a distraction again and feeds the NY Media with more "circus" material.  

Hey Rex, when you become a "complete HC" as in manage all there functions and just a glorified DC, then maybe you can espouse this dribble.  STFU get you team ready to play - not like the last two years either. 
BlvdBrawler wrote: Shut up Rex and coach the damn team. You want respect then earn it for crying out loud! W's=Respect
SOJ
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Posted: 6/16/2013 2:59 PM

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The defense sounds like it's going back to it's roots. From espnnewyork.com....





1. Bringing the heat: One of the reasons why Rex Ryan has resumed control of the defense is because the Jets want to get back to their ultra-aggressive style from 2009 and 2010. There was a feeling in the locker room that they got too conservative under former coordinator Mike Pettine, whose role expanded over the previous four years to the point where he was heavily involved in play calling in 2011 and 2012. He left after the season in a mysterious lateral move to become the Bills' DC.

"We're going to do a lot of blitzing and getting after people," LB David Harris told me the other day. "There should be a different brand of football than you were used to seeing the last couple of years." Asked about last season's philosophy, Harris said, "We played more coverage. It wasn't like '09, that's obvious. That's all I'll say about that." 

Interesting.

The statistics don't lie. Here's a breakdown of the Jets' blitz percentage (5+ pass rushers) over the past four seasons, according to ESPN Stats & Information: 52.4 percent in '09 (first in NFL), 44.7 percent in '10 (third), 32.8 percent in '11 (12th) and 34.0 percent in '12 (11th). Detect a trend? In fairness to Pettine, he lost the top corner in football, Darrelle Revis, which may have caused him to become more cautious. Yet when I mentioned that alibi to two players, they shot it down, saying Antonio Cromartie capably replaced Revis as the No. 1 corner. I'll say this: The defense will be fun to watch in 2013.
Not on my Watch    
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Posted: 6/17/2013 4:25 PM

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football51 wrote:
cysporsche wrote:
BlvdBrawler wrote: Shut up Rex and coach the damn team. You want respect then earn it for crying out loud! W's=Respect
+1 agree. Shut your pie hole, and win some games Rex !blah2

Go Jets...Cyborg
Please......... Mangini kept his mouth shut and people called our team robotic, secretive, and filled with choir boys. Every coach has his own personality. I can't remember the "shut your pie hole comments" in 2009/2010. Some fans just seem like they can't wait to turn on someone. What have you done for me lately I guess.
Jet fans would complain if we had "Jesus Christ" as our Head Coach !rolleyes

Go Jets...Cyborg
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Posted: 6/17/2013 7:01 PM

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cysporsche wrote:
football51 wrote:
cysporsche wrote:
BlvdBrawler wrote: Shut up Rex and coach the damn team. You want respect then earn it for crying out loud! W's=Respect
+1 agree. Shut your pie hole, and win some games Rex !blah2

Go Jets...Cyborg
Please......... Mangini kept his mouth shut and people called our team robotic, secretive, and filled with choir boys. Every coach has his own personality. I can't remember the "shut your pie hole comments" in 2009/2010. Some fans just seem like they can't wait to turn on someone. What have you done for me lately I guess.
Jet fans would complain if we had "Jesus Christ" as our Head Coach !rolleyes

Go Jets...Cyborg
LOL Cy. I can hear it now. He wears sandles.....................survives on bread and fish...............runs the ball too much!
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Posted: 6/17/2013 9:22 PM

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skopko wrote:

Rex, unfortunately, hasn't accepted or learned, that he can be of great assistance to the other side of the ball too...kinda like another great DC who became a great HC. Belichek made the leap, bc he "got it". It was no accident that Cassel went 10-6 under BB after his sister got hurt. 
Technically 10-5 since he didn't start Game 1 in 2008.
He certainly ended it and QBed all 17 points, which to me qualifies as a Win. (11-5)
Also it was his NIECE that got injured - his sister's daughter. biggrin
HYATT™

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Posted: 6/17/2013 9:32 PM

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trico990 wrote:
cysporsche wrote:
football51 wrote:
cysporsche wrote:
BlvdBrawler wrote: Shut up Rex and coach the damn team. You want respect then earn it for crying out loud! W's=Respect
+1 agree. Shut your pie hole, and win some games Rex !blah2

Go Jets...Cyborg
Please......... Mangini kept his mouth shut and people called our team robotic, secretive, and filled with choir boys. Every coach has his own personality. I can't remember the "shut your pie hole comments" in 2009/2010. Some fans just seem like they can't wait to turn on someone. What have you done for me lately I guess.
Jet fans would complain if we had "Jesus Christ" as our Head Coach !rolleyes

Go Jets...Cyborg
LOL Cy. I can hear it now. He wears sandles.....................survives on bread and fish...............runs the ball too much!
UGH!
Fish & Chips - ***, he think he's a Limey bastich?
Selfish too, wearing sandals and risking a sprained ankle or worse just because he has an endorsement contract with Area Forte.
HYATT™
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Posted: 6/18/2013 1:51 AM

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Once again what IMHO Rex is missing is the point that Woody wants his defense (Dennis Thurman) but also understands the offense needs to get better in order to win any Superbowls. Like Baltimore and Pittsburgh. Since you can't fire the HC and demote him to DC, Woody and Idzik are doing the next best thing for next season. Wake up Ryan!
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Posted: 6/18/2013 10:25 AM

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but isn't bringing in an established and well respected OC and QB coach a sign that rex recognizes that the offense needs to get better?  now this isn't to say that as the HC, he shouldn't have any involvement with the offense.  but bringing in MM and lee is a major step in (hopefully) addressing the deficiencies on that side of the ball.

part of being a good HC is surrounding yourself with good coaches and coordinators...and of course, having good players, especially at key positions.  let's keep in mind, belichick wasn't exactly on the road to canton after his stint in Cleveland and his first year in NE when he had Bledsoe at QB...

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Posted: 6/18/2013 11:02 AM

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hobson54 wrote: but isn't bringing in an established and well respected OC and QB coach a sign that rex recognizes that the offense needs to get better?  now this isn't to say that as the HC, he shouldn't have any involvement with the offense.  but bringing in MM and lee is a major step in (hopefully) addressing the deficiencies on that side of the ball.

part of being a good HC is surrounding yourself with good coaches and coordinators...and of course, having good players, especially at key positions.  let's keep in mind, belichick wasn't exactly on the road to canton after his stint in Cleveland and his first year in NE when he had Bledsoe at QB...

hobs, I assume that was in response to my post, and you're exactly right. It was a transformation when Brady came in...my hunch is it started as a matter of necessity. Mr. 6th Round Pick wasn't exactly lighting the world on fire, and BB was all in on him QBing the Pats. Clearly, that dynamic has changed as Brady has become an all-time great. Not terribley unlike Roethlisberger's role in PITT changed.

I did say that it was a big step for Rex to bring in "an equal" on O to make the team more complete...a massive step. I just think the O has a lot to learn from him, but to this day, read any quote from him, and it's usually how "his" defense is playing or has played. Do you remember when he made news for attending an offensive meeting? Why should that be news?  

lastly, to your point on bringing in great OC's...I still believe that Mangini would be our coach if he would have brought in Coords with proven track records & proven systems.
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Posted: 6/18/2013 2:33 PM

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hobson54 wrote: but isn't bringing in an established and well respected OC and QB coach a sign that rex recognizes that the offense needs to get better?  now this isn't to say that as the HC, he shouldn't have any involvement with the offense.  but bringing in MM and lee is a major step in (hopefully) addressing the deficiencies on that side of the ball.

part of being a good HC is surrounding yourself with good coaches and coordinators...and of course, having good players, especially at key positions.  let's keep in mind, belichick wasn't exactly on the road to canton after his stint in Cleveland and his first year in NE when he had Bledsoe at QB...
You have to give bellicheck alot of the credit for that offensive turnaround with brady, they have changed OC's numerous times Charlie Weis, Mcdaniels, (whomever filled in when they both left) and the offensive system got better every year much to my chagrin..

It  could be bellicheck just kept the offensive playbook the same but i would give him the credit for the offensive side of the ball as well, It will be interesting to see what becomes of the patriots once brady hangs em up in a few years..  Ive hated Belli like you guys but if he maintains the level of success with the next QB that comes in he will probrably go down as the greatest coach in NFL history along with lombardi.
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