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    Anyone see Chung's interview on ESPN Firsttake?

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    I heard that interview and immediately thought to myself,

    "If anyone were to read the transcript of this interview, they would think it was with BB himself"

    C/N He politely declined to comment on any of the Jests' antics.
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    Think about this, people.
    Players get a bit frustrated by the Jets blathering and BB not allowing them to fire back. So, how does a player internalize this and respond? That's right, take out your frustration on the field, directly on the guys who caused you to be wicked pissed in the first place. Gotta luv BB
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    Does Rex even watch football? It is hard to imagine he does with statements like this.

    NFL.com news: Brady who? Jets coach Ryan calls Revis 'best player' in NFL

    And mommy always thinks her baby is the bestest and smartest!

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    This wasn't today but I still have a question because I am surprised to see Rex keeping hitting at Brady :

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    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=ap-jets-patriotsrivalry

    When asked Monday what he thought of Brady going to see “Lombardi” on Broadway instead of watching the Jets’ game Saturday night, Ryan threw another jab.

    “Peyton Manning would have been watching our game,” Ryan said with a huge grin.

    Ryan understands how his comments could be taken as slaps at Brady, but “he took a shot at me by his antics on the field.”

    Antics? Ryan was asked if he meant Brady pointing at the Jets sideline or looking at them after scoring.

    “Just Brady being Brady,” he said vaguely. “I don’t like seeing that; nobody does. No Jet fan likes to see that. And I know he can’t wait to do it. He’s not going to say anything publicly, but he does it. It’s what it is. It’s my job to get him out of the end zone.”


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    To those who were at the Nov game: was Brady taunting the Jets sidelines so much for Ryan to get pissed off?

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    He's a good defensive coach and his players love to play for him, I'll give him that.

    But his methods are going to be tough on him when the Jets eventually hit a rough patch. ( Everyone hits one at some point) It's one thing to be as open and aggressive as he is when you are winning. But what happens when you don't?

    It's like Chad Ocho Cinco, he' a funny and fun loving guy when the Bengals were winning, but when they were not, some people turned on him and said he was a distraction and selfish.

    I'll say this much, looks like the NY sports media will tear you apparent if you are open or quiet or whatever. I guess Rex Ryan sees it as they are going to hammer him down at some point anyway, why not do it on his terms at least.

    Another issue I see is there are still many Eric Mangini handprints on that squad. Revis and Brick and Mangold and some others were still Mangini legacies. What happens when Tannebaum has to reload on his own? Will they get more Joe McNights who aren't super helping them?

    I will say this though, he has to completely change their FA dynamic, there have to be players out there who want to play for him.
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    What a bro :rocker:
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    I'm going to puke If I see another thread on that fat ass.
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    Does that make Brady the "Big Toe" in Rex's mind?
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    But why did he do that? Manning obviously prepares more than Brady... :bricks:
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    Just because someone prepares more (supposedly) than someone else, doesn't mean that they are the most valuable.
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    Why wouldnt he? :confused:

    Is something lost on me here?
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    I was joking because Rex is all over the place on things like this
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    You just know that Sgt. Hulka was Ryan's favorite character in Stripes.

    Rex Ryan's favorite scene
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    Re: Rex Ryan voted Tom Brady as MVP

    Kind of ironic when he just did a presser saying he thinks Revis is the best player in all of football.
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    Clark Judge of CBS Sports writes his opinion on why Ryan is talking so much.

    To prepare for Pats, Ryan diverts attention from Sanchez - NFL - CBSSports.com Football

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    More on 'Brady's antics' that Rex is allegedly so upset about from that newspaper that is perfect for Ryan, the New York Post.

    Ryan makes a point to rip Brady's 'antics' - NYPOST.com


    And in case there was any doubt about what Ryan was referring to with his previous comments about Brady's preparation, Ryan clarified:

    I'm curious why no reporter has yet to ask Ryan - or any other former or current player or coach - how much a player can get out of watching a game on television to help him prepare as opposed to watching coach's all-22 film. Sadly many casual fans will actually believe watching a game on TV will help a player prepare for a game the following week.
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