Jason Bridge-US PRESSWIRE
If you head on over to ProFootballTalk.com on any given day, there is a good chance that you will find at least one story on the Jets.
Between Rex Ryan's unique coaching style and Tim Tebow, the Jets are going to be in the news, no matter if they are winning or losing. In fact, they may get more attention when they lose than when they win.
Rex Ryan is constantly provoking other teams and making outlandish statements.
The truth is, almost everything Rex Ryan says is him answering a question in a press conference or interview. He may be confident in his ability as a coach, but that is all it is: confidence.
Ryan is not going to ever be disrespectful to another opponent. He may think his team is better, but he's never outright says that the Jets are better than Team X.
Because everything Rex says is guaranteed to drum up Internet hits, his words are truncated and are made out to be more controversial than they truly are.
For example, take his comments about Stephen Hill in an interview with Sports Illustrated. It was perceived that he was distancing himself from the draft pick, when he meant to say that he was wrong for not believing in Hill before the draft.