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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy View Post
    Difference is. Namath talked the talk and then walked the walk.

    The Jets walked the walk. I don't think old Joe had a stellar game. The MVP probably should have gone to Sauer or Snell. Without the rest of the Jets backing Joe up, it could have been a long day.

    (Much like Brady's Super Bowls)

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    That was not fully recorded:

    "I want them to know -- and they know -- I think we're going to beat them."

    Afterward he mumbled:

    "When we have a decent QB and Tom Brady is retired."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    Because it is a silly question.

    Everyone cringed when Namath guaranteed a victory in Super Bowl III.

    What happened.
    Well, Namath was a player, I asked you when has all the talking worked for an NFL champion coach? It never has, they all learn very fast to keep their thoughts close to the vest because it becomes an unnecessary distraction. Once again Rex has proven this right because he admitted he was going to stop with all the talk...So put that in your pipe and smoke it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piper View Post
    Because it is a silly question.

    Everyone cringed when Namath guaranteed a victory in Super Bowl III.

    What happened.
    If you saw the HBO special on Namath it was MUCH different. the press surrounded him like buzzards. He was asked about the game and in a more humble way..said..I am tired of everyone dissing us, we're gonna win.

    Namath didnt have the diareah of the mouth the way REX does.

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    Rex is playing a different tune now...

    After three-plus years of proclamations and bluster, Rex Ryan today admitted that Patriots coach is better than him.

    "If it’s just between Belichick in me, he’s going to win that battle," Ryan said. "I recognize that, but it’s not going to be for lack of effort."

    Ryan later added, that although he said in July that he was the best defensive coach in the league, it was not a general statement.

    "I don’t think I’m the best head coach in the league," Ryan said. "I think he is. I was truthful about that."

    That was all that Ryan would concede. In the past the Jets coach has taken on a more defiant tone, saying he would not kiss Belichick's rings. But Ryan has been more demure this season.

    Though he thinks that the games between the Jets and Patriots have been closer than the final score, he budged in a few places.

    He said that when the Jets beat the Patriots in the AFC playoffs in 2010, he did not think it meant that his team had surpassed them.

    "No," Ryan said. "We hadn’t even won our division. We know what it represented. …We were better that day than they were."
    http://www.nj.com/jets/index.ssf/201...l#incart_river

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASG0531 View Post
    Rex is playing a different tune now...



    http://www.nj.com/jets/index.ssf/201...l#incart_river
    😂 makes me so proud, he's growing up...

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