Rex Ryan’s new, low-key approach this season has worked relatively well as New York is a surprising 3-3.
While Super Bowl guarantees are a thing of the past for the Jets head coach, that doesn’t mean predictions need to be completely ruled out.
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“If you make it like that, we’re going to beat (the Patriots),” Ryan told ESPN Tuesday.
Ryan was referencing the noisy environment that was present during his first home game against the Patriots as Jets head coach. Prior to that game, Ryan had left voicemails on the phones of season-ticket holders, asking them to be as loud as possible for a game against their AFC East rivals.
The last time the Patriots played at MetLife Stadium was on Thanksgiving night last year in what has become known as the “butt fumble” game, a 49-19 blowout win for New England.