Rex Ryan's Bluster Will Be Key in Overshadowing New York Jets' QB Controversy
The boisterous and straight-forward coach hasn't been shy about voicing his opinion, acting a little silly and even guaranteeing Super Bowls to the media.
If he keeps the attention on himself, even after the Jets lose, he'll be doing his team a huge favor.
The fans, and especially the media, will be yearning to stir up some type of controversy the moment Sanchez doesn't have a stellar outing and the Jets don't come out with a win. Ryan has to make any Gang Green misfortune about himself and has to be stern his in defense of the team's starting quarterback, who certainly should be Sanchez, at least to start the year.
If a head coach leaves the possibility of a quarterback change open, it's never a good thing.
We know Ryan will be firm in his stance as to whom the starting signal-caller is, and that'll keep any talk of a controversy to a minimum. The last thing Sanchez—a guy who didn't play with the most confidence last season—needs coming off a bad performance is the thought that he might lose his starting position.
Ryan will be walking a fine line because he won't want to bash Tebow, but he's made it clear the former Denver Bronco will not be battling for the the No. 1 job.
By giving concrete yet witty and humorous answers when he meets with the media, even if they won't always believe everything he's saying, will be the most effective way Rex Ryan can single-handedly overshadow a Jets quarterback controversy.
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