Maybe they'll start believing when you start coaching and holding players accountable. Idiot.
SEATTLE — The New York Jets are finished. They’re so done. Antonio Cromartie‘s playoff guarantee went stale faster than a carton of milk in the desert. They were so bad, so utterly inept on offense Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks that it moved Rex Ryan to tears. In his postgame address to the team, Ryan got so emotional that he actually cried, according to several players. He was everything in the locker room — mad, frustrated, urging. And harsh. According to players, he asked the pointed question, “When are you guys going to believe?” It’s hard to believe in the Jets, 28-7 losers at CenturyLink Field. They’ve dropped three in a row and five of their past six games, sinking to 3-6 — the low-water mark of the Ryan era. And it could get worse before it gets better because you can’t win if you can’t score, and you’ve got problems when your leading scorer is a 300-pound defensive end, Muhammad Wilkerson, who returned a fumble for a touchdown. ”Yeah, I mean I don’t know how many more losses you want to spot somebody before you think you can make the playoffs,” Ryan said. “It’s about a 2 percent chance of making the playoffs with the record we have.”