New York Jets coach Rex Ryan isn’t ready to bench struggling quarterback Geno Smith, but his patience appears to be waning. One day after watching the rookie commit four turnovers in a 37-14 loss to the Buffalo Bills, Ryan
Rex Ryan doesn’t want to hear it. During Wednesday’s media call, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said the New York Jets pushed on field goal attempts as well, referencing an irksome penalty on Chris Jones in overtime that
Tom Brady wounded two Ryans with one dagger Sunday. “It was a horrible day for the Ryan family,” New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Monday, reflecting on the New England Patriots’ last-second victory over the New Orleans Saints.
"When I meet Bill Belichick in the center of the field, I’m going to start it off and punch him in the face."
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The Geno Smith era will begin for the New York Jets this weekend, and how long it lasts will be largely dependent on the performance he has against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ revamped secondary, a unit that now features
When Rex Ryan’s New York Jets take the field Sunday for the season opener, he’ll be greeted by a familiar face, one that helped his vaunted defense forge its identity and must now be accounted for on the opposing
Rex Ryan has produced many smiles and laughs in New York, but now more people are laughing at him than with him.
The Jets are averaging 14 points a game on offense. Something different needs to be done.
The Jets have always talked a lot. They should probably be looking in the mirror first if they want to complain about their quarterback.