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BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:19 PM
Ryan always plays to win...

Kubiak played not to loose and guess what happened...


HE LOST AGAIN!

TexanSam
11-21-2010, 03:21 PM
a couple of cheeseburgers

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:23 PM
a couple of cheeseburgers

a couple? If by a couple you mean a plethora of cheeseburgers...

MEGA SWATT
11-21-2010, 03:24 PM
http://www.caiocacau.com/imagens/mcnair2.jpg

utahmark
11-21-2010, 03:25 PM
Ryan always plays to win...

Kubiak played not to loose and guess what happened...


HE LOST AGAIN!

you expected ryan to play for a field goal down by 4.

TexansMVP
11-21-2010, 03:27 PM
http://www.caiocacau.com/imagens/mcnair2.jpg

Get it done, Bob!

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:28 PM
you expected ryan to play for a field goal down by 4.

No, not the point, Ryan wouldn't have settled for the FG to hope and win the game, he would had his offense put a boot to the defenses throat and put the game out of reach...

Norg
11-21-2010, 03:29 PM
Well now that we are out of contention now we can play with no pressure .........

we can play to lose or win LOL or a tie

Imatexanfan
11-21-2010, 03:29 PM
He said on the press conference just now he told the guys good effort and we keep playing hard we will win...lmao he needs to walk in there and slap the **** outta Eugene Wilson and spit on Quin then walk out...that would be me...just sayin...

stingray
11-21-2010, 03:29 PM
The difference is that Rex Ryan has these.

http://fuzzyco.com/bare/nyif/Images/big/balls.jpg

OzzO
11-21-2010, 03:36 PM
The difference? Two quarters of football.

DerekLee1
11-21-2010, 03:36 PM
Ryan always plays to win...

Kubiak played not to loose and guess what happened...


HE LOST AGAIN!

No. The difference is Ryan doesn't put "buddies" around him. Kubiak is a good coach, but he refuses to put any good coaches around him that aren't in his "circle". He'll go down with his own ship.

Dutchrudder
11-21-2010, 03:38 PM
The field goal was the right call to go up by 4. A TD and XP give you an 8 point lead and a much higher risk of losing the game with a FG if you don't score.

thunderkyss
11-21-2010, 03:40 PM
No, not the point, Ryan wouldn't have settled for the FG to hope and win the game, he would had his offense put a boot to the defenses throat and put the game out of reach...

He had us at 4th & less than one on his side of the field.... he punted.


If he was the guy you're saying, he would have gone for it like every other coach did & make it.

thunderkyss
11-21-2010, 03:41 PM
Well now that we are out of contention now we can play with no pressure .........

we can play to lose or win LOL or a tie

Screw that, we're not out of contention. The Titans lost, The Colts are playing the Pats.

We're still in it.

Rey
11-21-2010, 03:43 PM
He had us at 4th & less than one on his side of the field.... he punted.


If he was the guy you're saying, he would have gone for it like every other coach did & make it.

His RB's were getting stuffed on almost every running play...Why take that chance when your defense has been playing so well all afternoon?

Mr teX
11-21-2010, 03:45 PM
you expected ryan to play for a field goal down by 4.

good post..ridiculous how some in here think.

Dishman
11-21-2010, 03:45 PM
Screw that, we're not out of contention. The Titans lost, The Colts are playing the Pats.

We're still in it.


Seriously? Who do you see us beating to make this a winning season, much less make the playoffs?

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:45 PM
His RB's were getting stuffed on almost every running play...Why take that chance when your defense has been playing so well all afternoon?

and on the flip side why the hell didn't Kubiak call for better plays from the 4 yard line to put the game out of reach and not have to depend on his 32nd ranked defense...

Kubiak needs to go...

gary
11-21-2010, 03:48 PM
Seriously? Who do you see us beating to make this a winning season, much less make the playoffs?This.

Mr teX
11-21-2010, 03:48 PM
No. The difference is Ryan doesn't put "buddies" around him. Kubiak is a good coach, but he refuses to put any good coaches around him that aren't in his "circle". He'll go down with his own ship.

Absurd...every coach does this..Hell Parcell has made a career out of doing this. Cant getg on kubes for that.........................Get on him for his personnel decisions since that is what's ultimately going to hang him.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:48 PM
good post..ridiculous how some in here think.

ridiculous how some people can't read other's posts before making smart ass comments...

point was Ryan wouldn't have settled for the FG to go up by 4 like Kubiak did, he would have put the game out of reach from the 3-4 yard line like Kubiak had the chance to and didn't thus once again, getting beat by his own defense...

DerekLee1
11-21-2010, 03:48 PM
No, not the point, Ryan wouldn't have settled for the FG to hope and win the game, he would had his offense put a boot to the defenses throat and put the game out of reach...

Oh, bull****. Every coach in the league would've kicked the field goal there. Stop convincing yourself otherwise. Rex Ryan has a top 5 defense. He would've kicked the field goal and gone into pass coverage mode.

Texas T
11-21-2010, 03:48 PM
and on the flip side why the hell didn't Kubiak call for better plays from the 4 yard line to put the game out of reach and not have to depend on his 32nd ranked defense...

Kubiak needs to go...

Not that I disagree with Kubs needing to go, but I don't have a problem with the play call there-throwing would have been stupid and probably end up in an INT...

Rey
11-21-2010, 03:48 PM
and on the flip side why the hell didn't Kubiak call for better plays from the 4 yard line to put the game out of reach and not have to depend on his 32nd ranked defense...

Kubiak needs to go...

I thought Kubiak would have called a little safe short pass pr a bootleg, but I talked myself into believing in his plan there.

I think this is an issue of hindsight being 20/20 really...

But as a head coach I think you have to know your team a bit better.

I can kind of see what he was thinking there though because the D-line was getting some good pressure and we were covering well on the back end towards the end of the game.....

But I am leaning towards your line of thinking...Kubiak has to know that his defense overall just isn't very good...I understand having faith in your team, but when they are historically bad it's time to say screw that..

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:51 PM
Oh, bull****. Every coach in the league would've kicked the field goal there. Stop convincing yourself otherwise. Rex Ryan has a top 5 defense. He would've kicked the field goal and gone into pass coverage mode.

NOT EVERY COACH IN THE LEAGUE HAS THE 32ND RANKED DEFENSE IN THE NFL!!!!!

Maybe I am of base in Ryan probably would have kicked the FG, maybe not cause Ryan is more aggressive than most but fact remains, Kubiak should have gone for the TD and not the FG....

Mr teX
11-21-2010, 03:52 PM
ridiculous how some people can't read other's posts before making smart ass comments...

point was Ryan wouldn't have settled for the FG to go up by 4 like Kubiak did, he would have put the game out of reach from the 3-4 yard line like Kubiak had the chance to and didn't thus once again, getting beat by his own defense...

You keep telling yourself that......:ok:

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:52 PM
I thought Kubiak would have called a little safe short pass pr a bootleg, but I talked myself into believing in his plan there.

I think this is an issue of hindsight being 20/20 really...

But as a head coach I think you have to know your team a bit better.

I can kind of see what he was thinking there though because the D-line was getting some good pressure and we were covering well on the back end towards the end of the game.....

But I am leaning towards your line of thinking...Kubiak has to know that his defense overall just isn't very good...I understand having faith in your team, but when they are historically bad it's time to say screw that..

and this is all I am saying....No way he should have trusted his defense to pull that game out....

Texas T
11-21-2010, 03:53 PM
NOT EVERY COACH IN THE LEAGUE HAS THE 32ND RANKED DEFENSE IN THE NFL!!!!!

Maybe I am of base in Ryan probably would have kicked the FG, maybe not cause Ryan is more aggressive than most but fact remains, Kubiak should have gone for the TD and not the FG....

Actually we are the 31st defense. Maybe he thought that mattered...
I'm watching the Colts game and they just commented about what a mess the Texans are...

Rey
11-21-2010, 03:53 PM
Just to be fair, I think when your team is 7-2 you can be more aggressive....

I think Kubes kinda has to walk on egg shells with this bunch because they have already shown that they will and can make crucial mistakes at the most inopportune times.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:54 PM
You keep telling yourself that......:ok:

Tell myself what, that going for the TD instead of a FG would have been the better call, especially when you have one of THE WORST DEFENSES in NFL History....

don't be made someone saw it different than you, and is right....

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:55 PM
Actually we are the 31st defense. Maybe he thought that mattered...
I'm watching the Colts game and they just commented about what a mess the Texans are...

My bad 32nd worst pass defense...still you do not put a game in the hands of one of the worst defenses in NFL history to win a game...

Mr teX
11-21-2010, 03:55 PM
NOT EVERY COACH IN THE LEAGUE HAS THE 32ND RANKED DEFENSE IN THE NFL!!!!!

Maybe I am of base in Ryan probably would have kicked the FG, maybe not cause Ryan is more aggressive than most but fact remains, Kubiak should have gone for the TD and not the FG....

& if we dont get it & all the jets have to do is move in fg range to win it, what would you have to say then? it was the right call.

Mr teX
11-21-2010, 03:56 PM
My bad 32nd worst pass defense...still you do not put a game in the hands of one of the worst defenses in NFL history to win a game...

yeah, you put it in the guys hands who's showed up for you all season...Arian foster. That's what he did.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:56 PM
Just to be fair, I think when your team is 7-2 you can be more aggressive....

I think Kubes kinda has to walk on egg shells with this bunch because they have already shown that they will and can make crucial mistakes at the most inopportune times.

True in bold, but did conservative ever win a team anything? Right now the freaking Cleveland Browns are more aggressive that the Texans, even though they have nothing to lose...

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 03:58 PM
yeah, you put it in the guys hands who's showed up for you all season...Arian foster. That's what he did.

and got stuffed 2 out of the three time. Not saying putting it in Foster's hands was wrong, but when you know your defense can give up a TD in the flash of an eye, you need to break out the ol bootleg plays and find a way into the end zone and put this game out of reach and NOT rely on your defense, no matter how well they may have seemed to play today, to win the game...

ArlingtonTexan
11-21-2010, 03:59 PM
ridiculous how some people can't read other's posts before making smart ass comments...

point was Ryan wouldn't have settled for the FG to go up by 4 like Kubiak did, he would have put the game out of reach from the 3-4 yard line like Kubiak had the chance to and didn't thus once again, getting beat by his own defense...

You confusing know how to win versus play to win. The Jets were the most conservative team offensively in NFL in 2009. If anything they would have been good enough to score on three straight runs versus not call them.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 04:00 PM
& if we dont get it & all the jets have to do is move in fg range to win it, what would you have to say then? it was the right call.

it was the conservative call, and the conservative call just got Kubiak's ass beat, again, for the 4th straight game...

so was it really the right call?

Mr teX
11-21-2010, 04:02 PM
Tell myself what, that going for the TD instead of a FG would have been the better call, especially when you have one of THE WORST DEFENSES in NFL History....

don't be made someone saw it different than you, and is right....

I'm willing to put my house up in a bet that at least 80% of the coaches in the NFL do the exact same thing kubes did there. Now, could he have mixed in a short pass there & been slightly more aggressive with the play calling in the 3 plays? sure. But on 4th down? no way. But giving it to a guy who has 10 TDs running the ball in the red zone wasn't necessarily a bad strategy either.......& no, you're not right dude, this ain't madden.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 04:03 PM
You confusing know how to win versus play to win. The Jets were the most conservative team offensively in NFL in 2009. If anything they would have been good enough to score on three straight runs versus not call them.

They were conservative for one reason in 09, they had a rookie QB that was making too many mistakes...

That same QB from a year ago just carved up the Texans defense and won another comeback game for the Jets...

Kubaik should have found a way to score the TD and not settle for the FG and put the game in a horrible defenses hands to win...

TheCD
11-21-2010, 04:09 PM
Tell myself what, that going for the TD instead of a FG would have been the better call, especially when you have one of THE WORST DEFENSES in NFL History....

don't be made someone saw it different than you, and is right....

The fact is you're not right.

You said yourself we have one of the worst defenses in history...so yyou should very well know if we had scored a TD they would have tied the game with one plus a 2PC and won the game in overtime...

The fact is that our defense is bad enough that if we aren't ahead by 2 scores with 1 second left we can still lose.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 04:09 PM
I'm willing to put my house up in a bet that at least 80% of the coaches in the NFL do the exact same thing kubes did there. Now, could he have mixed in a short pass there & been slightly more aggressive with the play calling? sure. But giving it to a guy who has 10 TDs running the ball in the red zone wasn't necessarily a bad strategy either.......& no, you're not right dude, this ain't madden.

Wow, you really are missing the whole damn point aren't you? Open your eyes a bit. 80% of the coaches in the NFL do not have a 31-32nd ranked defense in the NFL not one of THE WORST in NFL history now do they? Noooo they don't so going for the FG and expecting the defense to make a stop with 55 sec left makes alot of sense...

But we are not talking about 80% of the coaches, we are talking about 1 coach with THE WORST defense in the NFL and one of THE WORST in NFL History and when you have that, you throw conservative and stats out the window and find a way to put the game out of reach. So when your safety doesn't know his head from his ass and forgets to cover over the top and leave a Braylon Edwards wide open, you don't lose the game...

Please quit comparing Gary Kubiak with 80% of other NFL coaches...

thunderkyss
11-21-2010, 04:10 PM
His RB's were getting stuffed on almost every running play...Why take that chance when your defense has been playing so well all afternoon?

It's the point, guy is talking about Rex being a ballsier go for the win coach, that was a situation in this game, where Rex did not live up to that expectation.

Mr teX
11-21-2010, 04:10 PM
it was the conservative call, and the conservative call just got Kubiak's ass beat, again, for the 4th straight game...

so was it really the right call?

Just stop dude cause you really are making absolutely 0 sense from a strategy perspective.

Simply put yes it was. Not that you'd know it watching the texans play d, but it is substantially harder to go the length of the field to score a TD than moving a team in FG range. taking the 3 pts there & forcing the jets to do just that was the right call. Just b/c our defense is trash doesn't mean that you put them in an even tougher situation (having to stop a team from moving in fg range). Is that seriously your rationale? If so..well, lets hope you don't get a HC job any time soon. Bottom line, they would've gave it up either way.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 04:11 PM
The fact is you're not right.

You said yourself we have one of the worst defenses in history...so yyou should very well know if we had scored a TD they would have tied the game with one plus a 2PC and won the game in overtime...

The fact is that our defense is bad enough that if we aren't ahead by 2 scores with 1 second left we can still lose.

So I am still giving the defense too much credit? My bad then...

thunderkyss
11-21-2010, 04:12 PM
Seriously? Who do you see us beating to make this a winning season, much less make the playoffs?

We'll win out.

I've been seeing some really good football, more & more consistently over the last 4 weeks, & we're still shuffling starters in the game because of injuries or whatever.

This team has got it, this coach has got it..... we're right there.

Only thing I'm seeing lacking so far, is that our offense isn't clicking out of the gate. I think we fix that next week, & we win out.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 04:13 PM
Simply put yes it was. Not that you'd know it watching the texans play d, but it is substantially harder to go the length of the field to score a TD than moving a team in FG range. taking the 3 pts there & forcing the jets to do just that was the right call. Just b/c our defense is trash doesn't mean that you put them in an even tougher situation (having to stop a team from moving in fg range). Bottom line is, they would've gave it up either way.

and it got him beat yet again...

My way gives them an even better chance of winning the game, your way got the beat again and on a 4 game loosing streak....

They should have went for the TD

DexmanC
11-21-2010, 04:14 PM
We'll win out.

I've been seeing some really good football, more & more consistently over the last 4 weeks, & we're still shuffling starters in the game because of injuries or whatever.

This team has got it, this coach has got it..... we're right there.

Only thing I'm seeing lacking so far, is that our offense isn't clicking out of the gate. I think we fix that next week, & we win out.

Your post is 100% illogical, but it's your right to think so.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 04:15 PM
We'll win out.

I've been seeing some really good football, more & more consistently over the last 4 weeks, & we're still shuffling starters in the game because of injuries or whatever.

This team has got it, this coach has got it..... we're right there.

Only thing I'm seeing lacking so far, is that our offense isn't clicking out of the gate. I think we fix that next week, & we win out.

MAn I am gonna rep you for just keeping your optimism

but they are not winning out....

Mr teX
11-21-2010, 04:19 PM
and it got him beat yet again...

My way gives them an even better chance of winning the game, your way got the beat again and on a 4 game loosing streak....

They should have went for the TD

Only if they convert....which was about a 30-70 proposition at best considering all the bad things that could happen.

ArlingtonTexan
11-21-2010, 04:21 PM
MAn I am gonna rep you for just keeping your optimism

but they are not winning out....

Honestly, I am more worried about them losing out.

BullNation4Life
11-21-2010, 04:40 PM
Honestly, I am more worried about them losing out.

Agree, I thought maybe the Denver game but Denver is just as schizo as the Texans...

DerekLee1
11-21-2010, 04:51 PM
MAn I am gonna rep you for just keeping your optimism

but they are not winning out....

Only good thing here is that 9-7 could win this division. And we're not out of 9-7 reach. Yet.

Texas T
11-21-2010, 04:53 PM
Only good thing here is that 9-7 could win this division. And we're not out of 9-7 reach. Yet.

So which 5 games do you see us winning??

Eagles?

How about Ravens?

Titansx2?

I just don't see it with the way that this team has been playing.

hradhak
11-21-2010, 04:56 PM
The only game I see us winning the rest of this season is the Broncos game, and that's not a guarantee. I would root for a 4-12 season to get a high draft pick, but that hasn't been working for us so well in the last few years.

wagonhed
11-21-2010, 04:57 PM
We'll win out.

I've been seeing some really good football, more & more consistently over the last 4 weeks, & we're still shuffling starters in the game because of injuries or whatever.

This team has got it, this coach has got it..... we're right there.

Only thing I'm seeing lacking so far, is that our offense isn't clicking out of the gate. I think we fix that next week, & we win out.

http://www.bobpitch.com/anon/her_name_is_rio_aw_jeez_not_this_****_again2.jpg

Pantherstang84
11-21-2010, 05:04 PM
We'll win out.

I've been seeing some really good football, more & more consistently over the last 4 weeks, & we're still shuffling starters in the game because of injuries or whatever.

This team has got it, this coach has got it..... we're right there.

Only thing I'm seeing lacking so far, is that our offense isn't clicking out of the gate. I think we fix that next week, & we win out.

When that pipe comes around I want a hit.

CretorFrigg
11-21-2010, 05:10 PM
We'll win out.

I've been seeing some really good football, more & more consistently over the last 4 weeks, & we're still shuffling starters in the game because of injuries or whatever.

This team has got it, this coach has got it..... we're right there.

Only thing I'm seeing lacking so far, is that our offense isn't clicking out of the gate. I think we fix that next week, & we win out.

So instead of giving up a 50 yard TD in 2 seconds, we gave up a TD drive in 39 seconds? Is that our improvement?

If we've been playing more and more consistently over the last four weeks, why are we on a 4 game losing streak?

By the way, we're 0-6 when our offense scores less than 30 points.

Big Lou
11-21-2010, 06:12 PM
about 250 lbs.

Runner
11-21-2010, 06:46 PM
The only game I see us winning the rest of this season is the Broncos game, and that's not a guarantee. I would root for a 4-12 season to get a high draft pick, but that hasn't been working for us so well in the last few years.

Denver has a high powered passing game. That game doesn't look good to me. Think of it: Jabar Gaffney torching the Texans for a career day.

Pantherstang84
11-21-2010, 06:54 PM
Denver has a high powered passing game. That game doesn't look good to me. Think of it: Jabar Gaffney torching the Texans for a career day.

Kurtz's death in Apocalypse Now comes to mind. The horror! The horror!

thunderkyss
11-21-2010, 07:37 PM
Absurd...every coach does this..Hell Parcell has made a career out of doing this. Cant getg on kubes for that.........................Get on him for his personnel decisions since that is what's ultimately going to hang him.

Kubes & half the Broncos coaching staff followed Shanahan from San Francisco...

thunderkyss
11-21-2010, 07:42 PM
it was the conservative call, and the conservative call just got Kubiak's ass beat, again, for the 4th straight game...

so was it really the right call?


We have the league's leading rusher on our team........



GAwDDD.

utahmark
11-21-2010, 09:17 PM
I thought Kubiak would have called a little safe short pass pr a bootleg, but I talked myself into believing in his plan there.

I think this is an issue of hindsight being 20/20 really...

But as a head coach I think you have to know your team a bit better.

I can kind of see what he was thinking there though because the D-line was getting some good pressure and we were covering well on the back end towards the end of the game.....

But I am leaning towards your line of thinking...Kubiak has to know that his defense overall just isn't very good...I understand having faith in your team, but when they are historically bad it's time to say screw that..

You can't assume your defense will give up 80 yards in 50 sec. No coach can think like that. If he gets into the same situation next week he needs to do the exact same thing. Thats just a combination of bad defense, bad luck, bad timing, and houston football.

Wolf
11-21-2010, 09:20 PM
the swagger is one reason
“I want to apologize to all the Jets fans for affecting the heart a little bit,” coach Rex Ryan said. “But we’ll take the win.”


Especially since it appeared the Jets were on their way to a heartbreaking loss.

“We don’t think we’re ever out of it at all,” tight end Dustin Keller(notes) said. “We tick ourselves off when we put ourselves in those situations, but we know that we’re always capable of coming back in any game in any situation.”


http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/recap;_ylt=Ak_rUj2dWyrjJ29nHD3mXeo5nYcB?gid=201011 21020

utahmark
11-21-2010, 09:23 PM
the swagger is one reason


http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/recap;_ylt=Ak_rUj2dWyrjJ29nHD3mXeo5nYcB?gid=201011 21020

hearing that bs just pisses me off. they did'nt win that game we gave it to them.

Wolf
11-21-2010, 09:23 PM
kubiak made the right call, he took the points and made the jets have to score a TD to win. unfortunately passing the ball helps the opposing team

Wolf
11-22-2010, 08:25 PM
Jets defense fumes over breakdown despite comeback

Bryan Thomas was in no mood to let loose and celebrate. Neither was the rest of the New York Jets defense.

Sure, the Jets escaped with another stunning comeback victory Sunday. The fact it even came to that gnawed at every player on defense.

"After the game, a lot of the defensive guys, we were happy about the win, but we weren't happy like we're supposed to be," Thomas said Monday. "From here on out, we all have to be on the same page, communicate well and make it happen."






The Jets defensive players gathered for their meeting Monday and hashed out what went wrong: blown coverages, miscommunications and missed opportunities. They all vowed to tighten things up in a hurry, especially with a game against the pass-happy Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday up next.

"We're glad that we can fix it on a 'W,'" defensive tackle Sione Pouha said. "But then again, every man walked away from the meeting today with a more determined attitude that, 'OK, let's get it fixed and roll on to the next one.'"



Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2010/11/22/2462088/jets-defense-fumes-over-breakdown.html#ixzz164IyA4SD

:whistle:

BullNation4Life
11-22-2010, 09:24 PM
Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2010/11/22/2462088/jets-defense-fumes-over-breakdown.html#ixzz164IyA4SD

:whistle:

difference between the Jets defensive players only meeting and the Texans...

Jets can back their talk up by punching you in the mouth, if their head coach doesn't do it first....

Texans will do the talking but then just look at you real mean like and say they played gosh-darned hard and the coach will say he is proud of his kids effort....

thunderkyss
11-23-2010, 04:29 AM
difference between the Jets defensive players only meeting and the Texans...

Jets can back their talk up by punching you in the mouth, if their head coach doesn't do it first....

Texans will do the talking but then just look at you real mean like and say they played gosh-darned hard and the coach will say he is proud of his kids effort....

They were doing a lot of punching yesterday, for 3.80 qtrs....

BullNation4Life
11-23-2010, 09:50 AM
They were doing a lot of punching yesterday, for 3.80 qtrs....

yes they were, for the first time since the Indy game, week 1.....

and that players meeting Smith conducted was what, 3 weeks ago?

Hervoyel
11-23-2010, 09:57 AM
The difference is that Rex Ryan has these.

http://fuzzyco.com/bare/nyif/Images/big/balls.jpg

What's really scary is that this picture is actually of Rex Ryan wandering around in the streets of New York following a low blood sugar "incident". Those are actually his balls and that's his ass. This is the bravest kid in the world.