Rex Ryan is proving to be a really good coach. Late in the game against the Dolphins last night, Ryan challenged what most would think is a pretty silly thing: whether or not a twelfth man for Miami was able to get off the field in time, so that he could get a penalty for his team, and an extra down to kill the clock.
Though his challenge didn't work, he proved to his team that he will do anything and everything to help them win games.
Who wouldn't want to play for a guy like that?
Right now the Jets are 2-1 with impressive victories against their two division foes, New England and Miami, (including a 31-23 win yesterday over the Dolphins).
Mark Sanchez had another great game as he proves that he is an asset to the team and not a liability as most initially thought. And the defense is holding up quite well without Revis.
Even though the off field stuff keeps them in the tabloids, as long as Coach Ryan keeps the team in control on the field, who cares, right?