The downside to Rex Ryan's bluster

The Jets have been talking the talk, but they aren't exactly walking the walk just yet

Originally Published: September 15, 2010
By Johnette Howard | Special to ESPN.com

The problem with Jets coach Rex Ryan's inclination to run what often looks like the NFL's biggest frat house is his conceit that he can overcome or live with everything that could go wrong. You know, players acting like louts, players and coaches deciding to perhaps harass a good-looking woman when one comes along, players and coaches metaphorically barfing on their shoes when the lights go up on the most eagerly awaited season opener in the team's history -- Monday's prime-time flop against the ...

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