by Aaron Wilson
July 21, 02014
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan has regained his swagger, if he ever lost it.
Ryan told the New York Post that the New England Patriots should be worried about his J ets team.
“Somebody asked me if we focus on New England. Bullsh-t,” Ryan said. “We’re focused on us. We’re focused on us and how are we going to be better. I have to be honest, I don’t worry about them. They need to worry about us. I think that’s really where we’re at now.”
The Jets haven't done much lately to worry the Patriots, but that isn't stopping Ryan from talking big.
“8-8 is not going to be good enough for us, for anybody in this organization,” Ryan said. “Am I going to get fired if we’re 8-8 or whatever? I don’t know. But I can tell you one thing — our goals are set a hell of a lot higher than that. I don’t care where they rank us or whatever. I know what we’ve got. That’s why I just can’t wait. I can’t wait to get to prove it. Not by me. I’m going to prove it. I am going to prove it. But so is my team. That’s the mission that we have.”
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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun