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Time For Rex Ryan To Stop Coaching Through The Media


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#1 JetNation

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 06:40 AM

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It is no secret that New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan loves to stir the pot in his daily press conferences, using the media as a prop to motivate his team.  Well Rex was back at it again on Tuesday sharing the fact that back up quarterback Mark Brunell took some snaps (6 to be exact) with the first team offense over the past couple of days.  Ryan’s notion is that taking away some of  Sanchez’ snaps would motivate the young signal caller as it did last year when Mark struggled.
I could not disagree more with how Rex Ryan is handling his struggling quarterback as the last thing both Sanchez and the Jets need is to answer questions about Mark Brunell taking snaps.  How about sharing some information about how the team is giving Mark Sanchez additional coaching? How about discussing the extra time offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer is spending with Sanchez and the offense in order to get things back in track?  How about taking some of the heat off a struggling quarterback instead of acting like an opening performer at Uncle Vinnies Comedy Club ( a great place by the way)?
At a pivotal point in the season I think Rex Ryan should stop creating headlines and focus more on being less of a distraction.  If Rex decides to take a few snaps away from Sanchez, keep that in house and let the young quarterback find his way.  To create a media firestorm just makes no sense to me and only fuels more controversy, which is the last thing Gang Green needs at this point.  I can just imagine the atmosphere inside of MetLife Stadium on Sunday if Mark Sanchez starts out slow.
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#2 joewilly

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 07:42 AM

Media would run with Brunell story no matter whar Rex says. He is a colorful character in front of a mike because of his jovial demeanor.

I don't think it affects anything come gameday.

The only question really is should he or shouldn't he take snaps? I'm sure he spoke with Mark anyway so hios statements to media don't affect the locker room

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 07:42 AM

Good read Tyson. I was thinking something similar during his press conference yesterday. They asked Rex if Sanchez could be benched and Rex said No way, but don't write that. I actually was shocked at how the media was laughing out loud.

I like Rex a lot, he has done a great job. But the media seems more interested in having a good time, then reporting.

That line has you hysterical laughing? Maybe Manish needs to get out a bit more! (I have no idea who actually laughed but you get my point)...
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Posted 23 November 2011 - 07:58 AM

Rex is only funny per fan standards when we're winning. If we lose he should shut the hell up.

Personally I find him entertaining no matter
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Posted 24 November 2011 - 04:12 AM

Rex is only funny per fan standards when we're winning. If we lose he should shut the hell up.

Personally I find him entertaining no matter

Rex is only funny per fan standards when we're winning. If we lose he should shut the hell up.

Personally I find him entertaining no matter

Rex is only funny per fan standards when we're winning. If we lose he should shut the hell up.

Personally I find him entertaining no matter


He is funny, no doubt.

Agree though - who wants to hear it after a loss. Just tired of hearing the media cackle at his jokes during the press conferences. "Don't tell Mark that...don't write it I don't want Mark to know...

hahahahahahahahaha

OMG those guys (Main Stream Media) need to get out a bit more. :)
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Posted 24 November 2011 - 10:57 AM

this pic is going to come in handy a lot this week I can tell

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