Jets-Patriots Doesn’t Need Rex Ryan’s Words to Be Worthy

Posted: 17th September 2009 by Teddy Mitrosilis in NFL
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The first arrow launched at the behemoth of the East that is the New England Patriots came three months ago from a rookie head coach who hadn’t even blown his first whistle of fall training camp. Or something like that. When Rex Ryan, the talkative fresh face of the New York Jets, went on the New York radio station WFAN in June to answer some questions about the upcoming season, he was honest, sincere, and brash. He wanted the people of the Big Apple to know that his boys weren’t going to be simply served up as clam chowder to their AFC East rivals. “I never came here to kiss Bill Belichick’s rings,” Ryan said on the air. “I came here to win. Let's just put it that way.... And when they come here that second week of the season, we’ll see.” Ry ...

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