Rex Ryan is the most colorful coach or manager of a sports team here in New York since the Yankees' Billy Martin.
I have been a Jets fan all my life, but this Sunday I contemplated almost the unimaginable: I thought about becoming a Giants fan.
The Jets need a new train, a new conductor, and a new route to a better destination.
You have to give Rex credit; when he makes a bad decision, he really stands by it, even to the detriment of his team.
All King Rex’s horses and all his men (and their loyalty seems to be waning with each passing day) are never going to put him back together again.
A wild, 35-point second quarter helped Tom Brady and company easily defeat their AFC East rival.
One thing is pretty clear to this Jets fan: After almost three years of the Rex Ryan Show, I don’t want another season of 16 episodes.
The Jets must defeat the fish at home this week; if they do not, the season is ostensibly over.
Ryan has reason to smile and so do his players, at least for now.
If Rex Ryan really wants to get to that Super Bowl and dance the final dance, he is going to have to choose a partner.