Rex Ryan is the most colorful coach or manager of a sports team here in New York since the Yankees' Billy Martin.
It's sort of like Christmas in July if you like surprises and presents under your barbecue grill.
There is either something wrong with this picture, or perhaps it is just the silence before the fury.
Unlike last year, Manning goes back home and the Jets move on.
We are lucky to make the playoffs again this year, but how far Gang Green will go depends on which team shows up.
For once the foot in Ryan's mouth is not his own.
If you do the math and face the facts, the Jets should be 4-5 right now instead of 7-2.
The Jets proved their legitimacy as playoff bound and now sit in first place with a 3-1 record.
Braylon Edwards was the straw that stirred the drink in the Jets win.
After last week's terrible 10-9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, the Jets needed this one on their home turf against the Pats.