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Old 11-17-2009   #1
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A head coach in the NFL could do worse than having a lot in common with Dick Vermeil. Rex Ryan's head coaching career is still in its infancy, but one thing we know he does have in common with Vermeil is that he's a crier.

Ryan stood in front of his New York Jets team on Monday morning after a tough loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars and, for the second time this season, bawled like a little girl with a skinned knee. Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post tells us that the tears moved and motivated the team.
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bo oh boy, he's such a damn phony. the Glenn Beck of the NFL
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Default Re: The Jets are powered by Rex Ryan's tears

He's like the anti singletary
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Default Re: The Jets are powered by Rex Ryan's tears

I don't know. Seeing a man like Ryan cry is as awkward as seeing Mike's buttocks.
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He's like the anti singletary
Frankly, I believe the team was very thankful Ryan did not moon them.
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