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It all starts with Rex Ryan.
While I understand his bravado and outspoken nature coupled with his defensive mind made him a hot head coaching commodity in the NFL, it's time to scale things back, Rex.
No more "guarantees" on the Super Bowl.
No more smack talking to opposing players.
As someone that covers the NFL, it's great to hear honest, straight-forward answers. But most of the time Ryan needs to think what is in the best interest of his team before he opens his mouth in a press conference.
It wasn't hard to figure the Jets were a total mess in the locker room before the season came to a close. And now that many of the players confirmed the dysfunction and turmoil, we've heard enough.
At least rookie quarterback Greg McElroy was man enough to tie his name to his quotes. What's up with players anonymously bashing Mark Sanchez and the rest of the team?
The most classy, closed-lipped team in the NFL?
The New England Patriots.
Not a bad team to emulate.