As far as New York Jets coach Rex Ryan is concerned, there's really no reason for anyone to criticize him for not watching the quarterbacks for a couple of plays while he coached up the defense.
Ryan didn't watch a Mark Sanchez interception run back for a touchdown or a few Geno Smith plays.
Ryan noted that he reviews everything.
"The truth is, did I see the interception? No," Ryan said. "I heard the interception, the fans going crazy. I looked up and saw the big dude from BYU [Ziggy Ansah] running with the football into the end zone. I said, 'Oh, shoot' -- or something with an S."
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