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    Who still believes in Rex Ryan

    I still honestly believe Rex is the coach to get us to a superbowl. Sure he may not be a offensive wizard but what he brings on defense can not be argued. Now that he's going to back to his roots and he's running the defense his way the defense is a shoe in for top 5. It's by far younger and more explosive then 09.The pressure is going to rattle qbs. It all falls on the offense and if Schotty got the offense to be just good enough to get to 2 afc championships why can't MM? He's coached some first ballot hof qbs. This team I feel will atleast contend for a playoff spot this year. Can't wait for the fun to begin tomorrow.

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    I don't but quite open to being proven wrong. I actually think he has regressed as HC, and really now is just a DC with a HC title. He needs to just be DC like his father.

    It's not Rex's fault but he is symptomatic of a problem that plagues defensive coaches in that they dont believe in dynamic offenses, they believe in offense not losing games. On the other hand, ALL offensive coaches believe in a strong defense.

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    In most years, Rex will put a D on the field capable of winning a SB. Pair him with an All-pro caliber QB and they can get the job done. A buttfumbler leads to misery no matter who the HC is.

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    Rex is the best coach we've had besides Parcells

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    I think he's coached an incredible D and got us close with a 'meh' QB. With anything resembling a decent offense, he takes us to the playoffs. With good QB play, I believe he takes us to the bowl.

    A lot is made out of Rex not having a great Offense and it being all his fault. I don't hear those people talking **** about Sean "Bounty" Peyton having an atrocious D, though. Same with Belichick and his ****ty D.

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    I want to bc I like Rex as a person but I need to see some significant growth and changes from him. It is Year 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    I think he's coached an incredible D and got us close with a 'meh' QB. With anything resembling a decent offense, he takes us to the playoffs. With good QB play, I believe he takes us to the bowl.

    A lot is made out of Rex not having a great Offense and it being all his fault. I don't hear those people talking **** about Sean "Bounty" Peyton having an atrocious D, though. Same with Belichick and his ****ty D.
    C'mon McG. You know the differences between them and Rex. They are obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    C'mon McG. You know the differences between them and Rex. They are obvious.
    Yea, I do; Tom Brady and Drew Brees.

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    people forget to realize how close we were to the SB, not only one year but two years in a row. And it wasn't like we were blown out in either of those games. It all came down to the last few minutes where we lost by a few points each time. Not to mention if that defense showed up in the first half like they did in the second half against Pittsburgh that second year, guess what? WE WOULD'VE BEEN IN THE SUPER BOWL! bottom line.

    And we almost made it to the SB with a what? a 30th overall ranked offense with a 32nd ranked QB in his second year? Just think about that for a second. It seems like people here don't. At all. What would happen if we had a top 20 overall ranked offense with a top 20 QB who was accurate and consistent?

    Let me say this: Andy Reid was in Philly for 12 or 13 years. Imagine Rex Ryan is here that long. Gone will be Bellichick and Brady not to mention. And that would mean Rex would have another 8 years here. Imagine how good that defense will be in 6 years through draft and FA. That defensive line is already forming to be something special it seems. And just imagine how much Rex would mature in 6 or 7 more seasons here with the Jets. He's already toned it down, and big time. I wonder what we could possibly say about him as a head coach in 6 or 7 more years.

    If you don't think that we can put together a decent offense in that time, come on now. We have the best offensive coordinator we've had in over a decade now. Gone is Sanchez, the 36th ranked QB in a 32 team league last year. We have the best center in the game who has how many years ahead of him. Kerley and Hill, I wonder what they'll look like 4-5 years from now.

    May be a bold statement but I have a very funny feeling if Idzik provides a decent roster on the offensive side of the ball, and we give Rex the right amount of time. We'll see the Jets in the SB. Why throw that away? Because he has a loud mouth? Because he can't manage the clock that well, which he has admitted is a weakness and not only that but one that pisses him off. Just ridiculous. This guy is going to take us to the promised land. We just need to give this guy the time. It's just a damn shame he came in here with no offense and the worst QB the league has, not to mention a horrible OC.

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    No! No! Noooo not no me!

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    Rex Ryan is an idiot with a big mouth and is the worst head coach in the NFL. He knows nothing about offense and wouldn't bench Sanchez and start Tim Tebow after he went 8-1 as a starter in Denver with a terrific come from behind win against the steelers. Jets are going 3-13 next year and moving on from this nonsense finally.

    Go Giants.
    Go Pats.
    Last edited by detjetsfan; 07-26-2013 at 12:17 AM.

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    I have spent the offseason here defending Rex, I believe he is the man to get us to the promise land.
    Now it time for Rex to show all his supporters and his doubters with his actions just what we have in our head coach.

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    Who's got two thumbs, speaks limited French, and still believes in Rex Ryan? Moi.

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    I was all in until the tattoo fiasco. With an aggressive offensive philosophy, I'm back.

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    I believe in Rex - actually love the guy as our coach.

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    I'll go on record... I still believe in Rex.

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    I still believe in Rex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    I want to bc I like Rex as a person but I need to see some significant growth and changes from him. It is Year 5.
    This is where I'm at as well

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