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Bengals - if Jets tried harder on D, we'd just score quicker

Posted: 8/20/2014 1:26 PM

Bengals - if Jets tried harder on D, we'd just score quicker 


Rex Ryan shrugs off Bengals’ criticism of his late blitzes

Posted by Darin Gantt on August 20, 2014, 10:16 AM EDT
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Andy Dalton routinely lights up the Jets anyway.

But the next time they see each other, the Bengals have another reason to play their best.

Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander took exception to Rex Ryan’s blitz calls late in Saturday’s game.

Notice he didn’t bring that stuff when our starters were out there,” Alexander said, according to Cincinnati.com. “We’d have scored quicker. If he wants to put his starting defense out there and blitz all that garbage against our third-stringers, if he feels good about it, then all the power to him.”

Ryan wasn’t fazed by the criticism at all.

“I don’t know why they’d be shocked,” Ryan said, via the New York Daily News. “I don’t worry about their team.”

The Jets eventually came back to win the game, but not until Andy Dalton strafed them, going 8-of-8 for 144 yards and a touchdown.

Sadly, the two don’t play in the regular season, but it feels like this one has the legs to last until the postseason, or into future seasons.

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Posted: 8/20/2014 3:01 PM

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What part of the Jets missing their #1 corner and possibly their #2  and #3 corner and 1 of the Jets starting safeties not playing did the Bengals really not notice?
 Of course  Dalton lit up a converting safety playing his 1st ever game at CB playing against a top 5 receiver.
Should the Jets bitch that they went 3 receivers off the bat and were playing the hurry up to confuse said secondary?
Before the game even started Rex stated that HIS starters were going to play the entire 1st half. With that the Jets 3rd string running back was out there(Powell), Salas was out there. The Jets didn't have their #1 receiver or TE playing in the game,they also were sprinkling in back ups at guard on given series, Did the Bengals go easy on the back ups playing?
 Alexander,how about you score a little quicker when your in the play offs and not get bounced after the first week.

Last edited 8/20/2014 3:06 PM by McJet

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Posted: 8/20/2014 3:04 PM

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Mc why worry about what they say or do...  I have faith that Rex had a plan and executed it which I believe some newspapers articles supported so ....*em and hope to see you done the road.
McJet wrote: What part of the Jets missing their #1 corner and possibly their #2  and #3 corner and 1 of the Jets starting safeties not playing did the Bengals really not notice?
 Of course  Dalton lit up a converting safety playing his 1st ever game at CB playing against a top 5 receiver.
Should the Jets bitch that they went 3 receivers off the bat and were playing the hurry up to confuse said secondary?
Before the game even started Rex stated that HIS starters were going to play the entire 1st half. With that the Jets 3rd string running back was out there(Powell), Salas was out there. The Jets didn't have their #1 receiver or TE playing in the game,they also were sprinkling in back ups at guard on given series, Did the Bengals go easy on the back ups playing?
SOJ
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Posted: 8/20/2014 3:09 PM

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SOJ wrote: Mc why worry about what they say or do...  I have faith that Rex had a plan and executed it which I believe some newspapers articles supported so ....*em and hope to see you done the road.
McJet wrote: What part of the Jets missing their #1 corner and possibly their #2  and #3 corner and 1 of the Jets starting safeties not playing did the Bengals really not notice?
 Of course  Dalton lit up a converting safety playing his 1st ever game at CB playing against a top 5 receiver.
Should the Jets bitch that they went 3 receivers off the bat and were playing the hurry up to confuse said secondary?
Before the game even started Rex stated that HIS starters were going to play the entire 1st half. With that the Jets 3rd string running back was out there(Powell), Salas was out there. The Jets didn't have their #1 receiver or TE playing in the game,they also were sprinkling in back ups at guard on given series, Did the Bengals go easy on the back ups playing?
I hear you SOJ. It was the starting defense bit that irked me.Hopefully we see them in the playoffs and knock them out after 1 game which is their MO.
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Posted: 8/20/2014 3:10 PM

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The redskins blitzed like crazy. Gruden commented on the all out blitzes, not to complain about them but to highlight the opportunity to learn from it for both the QBs and O-Linemen. You're welcome Bengals. devil

Last edited 8/20/2014 3:12 PM by HyperZealot

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Posted: 8/20/2014 3:15 PM

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The Bengals first string offense didn't stick around after their first meeting with the LS . Seems like things got a little too physical then.
Not on my Watch    
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Posted: 8/20/2014 7:10 PM

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I like Marvin Lewis, but this Alexander guy is a damn titty baby
ROLL TIDE!
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Posted: 8/21/2014 11:55 AM

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wow.....he really did whine about that? Guy must be worried about his job.
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Posted: 8/21/2014 2:54 PM

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The Bengals have been a bunch of punks for years.
What else would you expect?
It will make good bulletin board fodder for their next meeting.

Later
"You spend a good part of your life gripping the baseball, and in the end it turns out it was the other way around all the time." Jim Bouton
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