Coples seems to say all the right things. Rex was a little annoyed because Coples was winded. Coples admitted it, and said he needs to work on it.
Does anyone else think it's funny that we typically have players that are great when it doesn't count (Ratliff / Clowney come to mind), but stink when it does - and now we have Coples, who apparently doesn't look very good in practices, but looks great come game day?
There are just some guys that play better when the lights come on.
As long as the player and especially young players realize that practicing doing it right makes it easier to do it right on game day. Having bad practice habits will limit a players ceiling.
Maybe this is me, but doesn't Coples ALWAYS have that sad look? To me, he always looks like today is the worst day of his life. That said, he always goes out and BALLS.
Quinton Coples, Ball So Hard University.
+1, True. Who cares about the look on his face, it's his face. They want him to work harder during practice, cause it makes him a better player. If he's this good now, imagine with more work during the week.
So your reply to Rex didn't say it was to say why does he say it?
Some in the press over blows it, why should he change and stop giving info to those who don't over blow it?
Rather have to filter through the Mehtas of the world than getting nothing out of someone like paranoid Bill
Other than Jenny Vrentas, name a NY Jets media person or a national media person, who writes for a publication (written or electronic), and I don't mean twitter or a fan blog or anything like that, that doesn't overblow what Ryan says.