That one game was 3 friggn' years ago. Give it up already.
Since then, Wrecks is 0-4 against the Pats and the Pats have averaged 30+ points a game against Wreck's vaunted defense.
You said it, I didn't say it. Need I remind you that you said that Rex only has success against bottom feeding offenses? So I guess that means that the Patsies offense is a bottom feeder, completely pathetic because Rex would regularly b*tch slap them in 2009 and 2010. In fact, Rex's Jets held Cindy Brady and that pathetic, sh*tty offense to only field goals in 2009. Am I right?
Jets fans are delusional. Seriously. Clinically delusional.
After what happened the past two seasons you'd think they'd get the fact that Rex Ryan is a joke and this team is farther away from the Super Bowl than we've been since 1996. You'd think they'd see the new GM and the old HC as a marriage that can't work. You'd think they'd see that every coordinator and assistant has fled the sinking ship. You'd think they'd recognize that the HC is attempting a strategy straight out of 1960 that doesn't work in today's. NFL. You'd think they'd notice that we are 1-11 against winning teams since beating the Patriots in the playoffs three years ago.
Wreck's defense is nothing more than "smoke and mirrors". Padding their stats against bottom-feeding offenses. What happens when the Jets defense plays against good offensive units like the Pats, Texans and 49ers?
Oh yea, they give up more than 30 points a game. When was the last time Wrecks defense gave up 14-17 points against a top ten offense?
And BTW, over the most recent 2-year period, Wrecks is 14-18 and missed the playoffs both years.
Well when the opposing offenses average 30 points per game, giving up 30 isn't too bad
He is a defensive coordinator not a head coach. Rex's best characteristic as a leader is loyalty. After Mangini, that loyalty was a valuable asset that rallied this team and led to 2 championship games.
But Rex's loyalty is also his downfall and why he will never sustain long term success as a head coach. Rex only sees "his" players for what they were and continues to trot them out there long after their skills have diminished. He is blindly loyal to poorly performing players (like Sanchez) and is unable to pull the trigger on tough changes and stick with them
He is known as a players coach, but he dramatically favors "his" defensive players. He so wants to be like by his players that he lets division and conflict fester and he has lost control of this team 2 years running. He is a loudmouth that puts additional pressure on his team
He is completely clueless when it comes to offense and NFL football is about offense no matter what he thinks.
We are not lucky to have him, he is one of the most overrated HC in the NFL. He may well be the best defensive coordinator in the NFL ot at least Top 5, but he is not a long term HC.
He needs to be gone. Some people can't see why he gets the support he does. Plus his philosophy and Idzik's do not match at all. This will end badly.