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Silence of the lambs - if Ryan doesn't speak by friday, the jets will be in violation of the league's media policy " ~ ~ ~


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Silence of the lambs

The Jets still aren't talking.

Neither Rex Ryan nor owner Woody Johnson will address the media Wednesday, according to a team spokesman. No reason was given.Ryan hasn't addressed the media since Sunday's loss in Buffalo and Johnson has talked publicly since the team was 3-6. Johnson released a five-paragraph statement Monday morning, firing GM Mike Tannenbaum and retaining Ryan.

Clearly, something fishy is going on.

If Ryan doesn't speak by Friday, the Jets will be in violation of the league's media policy. The policy, created in conjunction with the Pro Football Writers of America, states that the head coach and a team official (owner, GM, president, etc.) must be made available to the media during the week after the season ends.

What's going on at One Jets Drive ?

Two possibilities:

Management is muzzling Ryan until a new GM is hired or

Ryan is so ticked off at the current situation (Tannenbaum fired, Tony Sparano status, etc.) that he refuses to speak.

What, you thought the circus would end when the games stopped ?

> http://espn.go.com/b...ce-of-the-lambs

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The Jets put the FU in dysfunctional.

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Silence of the lambs

The Jets still aren't talking.

Neither Rex Ryan nor owner Woody Johnson will address the media Wednesday, according to a team spokesman. No reason was given.Ryan hasn't addressed the media since Sunday's loss in Buffalo and Johnson has talked publicly since the team was 3-6. Johnson released a five-paragraph statement Monday morning, firing GM Mike Tannenbaum and retaining Ryan.

Clearly, something fishy is going on.

If Ryan doesn't speak by Friday, the Jets will be in violation of the league's media policy. The policy, created in conjunction with the Pro Football Writers of America, states that the head coach and a team official (owner, GM, president, etc.) must be made available to the media during the week after the season ends.

What's going on at One Jets Drive ?

Two possibilities:

Management is muzzling Ryan until a new GM is hired or

Ryan is so ticked off at the current situation (Tannenbaum fired, Tony Sparano status, etc.) that he refuses to speak.

What, you thought the circus would end when the games stopped ?

> http://espn.go.com/b...ce-of-the-lambs

Have to love the last line, as it's inclusion tells you everything you need to know about these putzes. Apparently these writers are too stupid to realize the only thing making any sort of an issue out of literally nothing is their whiny little asses.

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The Jets put the FU in dysfunctional.

It's stupid how anything can be twisted into "dysfunctional" when it comes to the Jets. If he spoke right away, that's a circus... if he doesn't speak until Thursday, that's a circus. No reason why, just is...

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It's stupid how anything can be twisted into "dysfunctional" when it comes to the Jets. If he spoke right away, that's a circus... if he doesn't speak until Thursday, that's a circus. No reason why, just is...

It just is, because it is.

When you know you have a stomach ache, it's quite easy to essentially chalk every "burp" up as a symptom of indigestion. That's all they are doing, the Jets are a mess, so everything that happens is a symptom of the mess.

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It's stupid how anything can be twisted into "dysfunctional" when it comes to the Jets. If he spoke right away, that's a circus... if he doesn't speak until Thursday, that's a circus. No reason why, just is...

Except that he, by league rules, must address the media within a week after the season.

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Slapdick organization. The lack of accountability starts right at the top.

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I would bet they are waiting to do a press conference when the GM is hired. They must think it will be by friday.

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man these reporters are worst than my ****in kids. rex and woody have been ignoring them ands not giving them what they want when they wanted it so now all they do is whine and cry about it. it's ****ign pathetic. i hope rex schedules a press conference on the last day possible at like 11:45 pm and then just answers every question with a one or two word answer.

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Everybody hates the Jets....the writers...their fans....

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Horrible, awful, amateur, clueless, dysfunctional, needledicks................did i leave anything out. Please feel free to add to it.

Hey this team is 6-10, so its open season to criticize it for anything and everything and in anyway.

P.S: If Mark was even an average QB what would our record be ?

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Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.

Abraham Lincoln

16th president of US (1809 - 1865)

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**** them. Get your house in order and pay the fine, they just want to burn the house down and place blame for it

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man these reporters are worst than my ****in kids. rex and woody have been ignoring them ands not giving them what they want when they wanted it so now all they do is whine and cry about it. it's ****ign pathetic. i hope rex schedules a press conference on the last day possible at like 11:45 pm and then just answers every question with a one or two word answer.

This.

I so hope this is exactly what is done. I also hope it's the way of the future

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Media is a f#cking joke.

Waaaa! They arent talking to us! Waaaaa!!!

F#ck you Cimini. F#ck all you media c@nts. I hope they drag your ass into florham park every day and then not have a press conference.

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Blame NFL offices for this rule-

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I've been calling out the media for a few years now. Nice to see how many people are on board. This article was ridiculous.

I just heard Cimini talking about it on ESPN radio and LaGreca was just as bad, if not worse. Kept implying that Rex wanted out, and that not holding the presser by now left him open to speculate on that. So LaGreca, does that mean that if Rex said he wants to/is going to stay on during his presser, that you wouldn't be talking like this? Because he already DID say it, just not in a presser... freakin stupid

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Except that he, by league rules, must address the media within a week after the season.

Yeah, and the week isn't up. If they don't do it within the week and then get fined, well THAT is a story. It's not a story that they're using some of the time that they are allotted.

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Rex has made a career being a loud-mouthed buffoon. Go back to the Arizona post-game where he was beating his chest like he just won the Super Bowl. He can't shut up now and expect not to be skewered. It's not the media's fault that Rex marketed himself as SuperMouth.

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Rex has made a career being a loud-mouthed buffoon. Go back to the Arizona post-game where he was beating his chest like he just won the Super Bowl. He can't shut up now and expect not to be skewered. It's not the media's fault that Rex marketed himself as SuperMouth.

ya, it would have been media's fault if they produced this, but Thomas is right. Rex wheeled this character out and the media (smartly so) went with it for readership/sales.

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Right now Jets are the whipping boys of the NFL- have to live with it-brought upon ourselves with mismanagement and puffing Rex

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Right now Jets are the whipping boys of the NFL- have to live with it-brought upon ourselves with mismanagement and puffing Rex

Rex reminds me sometimes of the Silverback Gorillas who rush at you and pound their chests.

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one thing is for sure - Rexy would make a fun NFL commentator!!!

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If he spoke right away, that's a circus

I am consistently impressed by your ability to discern people's reactions to events that never actually happened.

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