Ryan's bravado getting out of hand

After Monday's lopsided loss, the comparison to the '85 Bears was flat out ridiculous

Updated: December 8, 2010, 3:31 AM ET
By Rich Cimini | ESPNNewYork.com

Maybe it was the fatigue talking, a long night with virtually no sleep. On second thought, it probably was just Rex being Rex, letting his defiance get in the way of his humility.

On the day after the New York Jets' most lopsided defeat in nearly a quarter century, Rex Ryan compared his team's plight to that of the 1985 Chicago Bears, the legendary team that went 15-1 and won a Super Bowl with arguably the greatest defense in history.

Attempting to add personal perspective to the 45-3 ...

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