Rex Ryan has lent a whole lot of tribute to Bill Belichick and also lauded the Jets. He sure has a big mouth.
The Jets head honcho coach, Rex Ryan, is dealing in some comic relief. Ryan said some very poignant words recently. He spoke of how the Jets were onto San Diego. He had a smirk on his face and amused the media circus that was probably smiling back at him with glee.
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This phraseology was probably an imitation of Bill Belichick’s “On to Cincinnati” slogan which took place a few moments before Ryan’s chance at a one-liner.
Belichick spoke the Cincinnati caption some half a dozen times in a short amount of time. He was riddled with inquiries and he chose this witty quotation as the proper answer to the series of questions.
Most of the queries had to do with Tom Brady’s dim showdown on the field. However, Rex Ryan, who is the exact opposite of Belichick, has not always seen the lighter side of life.
He responded rather differently on the matter of Jermaine Cunningham and Ras-I Dowling, two of the Patriots on the side of the Jets. Ryan spoke of how a single man could never be much of an authority on everything.
Obviously no one had a monopoly on knowledge and how a player was judged depended upon many things. He admitted that he had a lot of admiration in his heart for Bill.
But he also added that if a player did his job well on the team, he didn’t give two hoots how he was recruited in the first place.
"I don’t believe the one guy up in New England’s got all the answers,” Ryan told the New York Daily News. “I worry about ourselves, what we think of a player and how we evaluate a player. Do I respect the hell out of Bill? Absolutely. But if we think a player can help us, we don’t care how we get him.”
Cunningham and Dowling both have seen better days. One has an injury and the other one is a member of the practice group. Three years ago, the Jets defeated the Patriots by 28-21. He declared that it was a personal man-to-man vendetta between him and Belichick.
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Belichick did not take much offense and even responded by saying that he gave Ryan the benefit of the doubt. Rex Ryan has had a pretty blustering attitude with reference to Bill Belichick. The two don’t exactly see eye to eye.