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Six Days Away to Set Up the 8 Weeks Ahead

Posted by Randy Lange on November 2, 2009 – 5:06 pm

Today’s Rex Ryan news conference and locker room player interviews were predominantly two sides of the same coin: the long bye week ahead, and, following the 30-25 loss to Miami on Sunday to fall to 4-4, what the Jets can do with the second half of their season once they return.

The bye week for the Jets arguably begins now, since most players have already left the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center, and runs through the weekend until they return a week from today. Had the players ever had such a long in-season hiatus from football?

"No, I never have," said tackle Damien Woody. "I’m not complaining, though."

"This is the most time I’ve ever had off as a player" during a bye, said wide receiver Braylon Edwards. "But it doesn’t change anything, to be honest."

Safety Jim Leonhard said the time will be well spent by all.

"I don’t think it’s any more than any other year that I’ve played. It’s such a grind. You need that three, four, five days, whatever they give you, you just need to get away a little bit, get your mind back even and prepare yourself for the rest of the season."

Ryan was asked at this afternoon’s news conference about a six-day bye.

"And after a loss and all that? I understand that," the coach said about those questioning this hiatus. "My thing is this schedule was made months in advance. With the bye week right in the middle of our season, I think it’s a good deal. Everybody gives their players a few days off. We’re coming back and we’re going to work Monday all the way through. They’re not getting their traditional Tuesday off.

"I just think it’s best if they get away, they go home, go wherever they want to get away from football, then come back and get ready to get after this thing."

And that goes for his assistant coaches, too: "I want everybody out of the building by Thursday."

Some outside the building have their doubts that the Jets can rebound from their midseason slump during which they’ve lost four of five, but that clearly isn’t the feeling inside the building.

Woody was asked what it says about the Jets that, heading into tonight’s final game of Week 8, Atlanta at New Orleans, they have the NFL’s No. 1 rushing offense and No. 2 overall defense.

"Surely you’re cooking with something," he said. "If somebody told me that before the season, I’d be jumping for joy. We know we’re a good football team. We’ve just got to be consistent with it all the time. If we want to be the team we say we want to be, you’ve got to play your best ball in November and December."

"I’m very encouraged," DT Marques Douglas said. "We have a dominating offensive line at times. We have a dominating defense at times. I’m encouraged that our rookie quarterback, Mark Sanchez, has come into this league and has already won four games. I’m encouraged that Sione Pouha has stepped up and filled in Kris Jenkins’ shoes. I’m also encouraged by the way we just stick together whether it’s a win or a loss. There’s no divide in this locker room. The coaches made this very clear, that we win as a team and we lose as a team."

Ryan is insisting on that approach because that’s the best way to realize the goals he and his players have for this still only half-completed season.

"I challenged our players today that we want to be the team nobody wants to play," Ryan said. "I think we’re close to being that team, but we’ve got to find a way to win. That’s what we’re going to try to accomplish. We’ve got to get there one step at a time, we know that.

"But my confidence has not wavered one bit in the people we have in this organization, the coaches we have, the players we have. But we’ve got to really study hard to see if we can’t find a way to win.

"I think we understand playing like a Jet. I think we are playing like Jets — we’re playing with pride, we’re playing physically. We care about each other. We’ve just got to find a way to pick each other up and find ways to win. That’s what we’ve got to be focused on moving forward."

Coach vs. Coach

Ryan was asked by Newsday’s Bob Glauber today about his reaction to former Colts coach Tony Dungy’s comments on Sunday’s NBC highlights show taking two Jets opinion leaders to task for their comments following the loss to Miami. Dungy said Bart Scott "said too much" and said he disagreed with Ryan that the Jets outplayed Miami but lost.

Said Dungy: "My mother used to say, ‘When you win, say very little. When you lose, say less.’ "

Said Rex today: "That’s fine. I was brought up differently. … I respect everybody but I fear nobody. And my thing is we’re not going to get anywhere by tiptoeing. That’s how I feel about it. People can take offense to it, that’s fine and dandy. I’m not going to change who I am and how I coach because Tony Dungy said something. I respect him, I think he’s a great man and was a great coach, but I’m going to be who I am."

Rex Cetera

Ryan second-guessed himself some, in the wake of Ted Ginn’s two kickoff-return TDs, about deactivated special teams contributors Ahmad Carroll, Marquice Cole and Marques Murrell, but he said there were personnel issues involved with the inactive list. The Jets felt they needed both inside LBs Larry Izzo and Ryan Fowler active due to Scott’s sore knee, which had him listed as questionable for the game, and they wanted Danny Woodhead as a backup at both WR and RB with Brad Smith (quad) having to sit out one more game.

Besides the coaches’ and players’ belief in themselves, history tells us that 4-4 is not a death knell to postseason aspirations. Since 2000, 22 of 55 teams (40 percent) of the NFL teams that began their seasons at 4-4 reached the playoffs. One of them was the 2006 Jets, another the 2001 Patriots, yet another the 2002 Raiders whose head coach is current Jets assistant HC/offensive line Bill Callahan. And Ryan’s 2000 Baltimore team was 5-4 before winning its last 11, including Super Bowl XXXV.

"Inside the Jets" Postponed

Due to conflicts with the World Series and a Knicks game replay, tonight’s edition of "Inside the Jets," held live at Vanderbilt’s in the Hamilton Park Hotel in Florham Park, N.J., and aired on 1050 ESPN New York, has been postponed and moved to next Monday night at 7 p.m.


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53 Responses to “Six Days Away to Set Up the 8 Weeks Ahead”

  1. By scjoe on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    I was once again impressed by Westhoffs presser, and I can’t see anyone holding him accountable for what happened on STs Sunday. But, I do hold whoever made the decision to deactivate Cole, Carroll and Murrell accountable. I also have to disagree with Mike on his evaluation of J Miller. To me, he looks like he has lost at least one step, maybe more. I don’t believe he is the answer returning kicks

  2. By scjoe on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    Rex made some good points at his presser, however, I question whether either Izzo or Fowler is that much better a fit at ILB then Murrell, I think Murrell’s speed shows up more on STs then either of the other two. Some may argue that is easy to say after the fact, but I follow ST pretty closely. Also, if Clowney continues his limited time in the base, why not try him on KRs?

  3. By Row on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    I look to see more 4 man fronts. We did not blow the center off the line with DeVito. Continue Braylon’s slants, he’s terrific with it. Brad Smith needs to contribute. Sanchez ends on a good note, but against 2 rookie CB’s. A hard bye week to handle. From now on, it’s business. I want to hear nothing from Rex, but I’m taking care of it, thank you. DW=practice squad. VG at TE on 2TE runs? Go Jets

  4. By pranit on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    I don’t like Mark Sanchez much anymore..he looks clumsy out there..missing open recievers….when he drops back to pass, his back is never towards the defense…not comfortable with play action it seems…his arm strength seems to be weak to me; typical Jets !…Agree that have to replace Schotty..need a new OC…ditches the run when its most needed !!!!

  5. By todd on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    why was justin miller wearing #32? Lots to complain about but that ranks
    pretty high.

  6. By Brian D. on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    I have no problem with Rex Ryan speaking his mind. I’m glad he didn’t back down when questioned about it. Why would I possibly ask him to be something he’s not? He is confident in his team and people are shocked when he says so in public? We did outplay the Dolphins. On offense, 350+ yards for Jets and 100 yards for the Dolphins. The #2 rush offense (150 ypg) was held to 50 yards!

  7. By Brian D. on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    We have a great team! We just need to play a complete game! The season is not over yet Jets Nation. Let’s take care of business this second half of the season! I have no doubt in our ability. Rex, be who you are. Jets, execute like you have showed us. Fans, stop jumping on the blame bandwagon. How can one person be held responsible for a game? This is a team sport. GO JETS!

  8. By Glenn on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    Unfortunetly the Jets are like flowers in the fall……they wilt away until all that is left is the stem. Good luck at the draft.

  9. By joe on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    Jets fans- you guys and gals need to calm down and understand this is the nature of the game- we are in the mix- after the bye- is the time to make the move-moves to put you ahead-to pull away from the pack

  10. By cody on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    i think that our team is making great strides and Mark justneeds a little more time. our special teams has been up and down all year jim leonhard is a good strong safety but a horrible punt returner. He is timid and doesnt play with speed when making decisions after the catch. I’d love to see danny back there but if no one can catch the clown why not give him a try were so close I can feel it.

  11. By jets4 on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    rex said at his presser that they were playing like jets…yea they sure are the same ole jets.that was the first thing i heard that was right on the money. I’m not surprised that im still a disappointed die hard jets fan.

  12. By Jeremy on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    Shotty needs to GO. Every year it’s the same thing over and over again-lose games to teams you should dominate and do dominate but find ways to lose. I can’t stand watching the play calling on offense. The best rushing team in the league and with the game on the line and a rookie QB you continue to throw the ball. Until Shotty mans up and apologies to the fans or gets the boot-No support!

  13. By jet80 on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    Well I can agree with alot of these comments on here lately.I for one will admit as a fan for all these years and having high expectations for this team every year & seeing them start 3-0 this year even though theres a rookie QB and coach I get excited quick and upset even quicker.We earned that but got to be more understanding of the game.Jets have gone out & tried to get a better team

  14. By jet80 on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    And when was the last time the team has cared?Lions,Browns,Raiders,Rams have not even attempted to go out there and better the team but we do.Might make some bonehead moves here or ther but the talent is there just needs to come together.next yr or 2011will be theirs.It really could be worse with a rookie QB,new coaching staff,31yr old back & injuries to huge role players.Any given sunday!GO JETS!

  15. By Jeremy on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    We all know ST lost the game and by now we’ve all watched the clips of both returns and know who blew what assignment, but you can’t deny the fact that Shotty’s play calling is killing this team. We should just let Callahan call the plays we know he’d run the ball! Showing you have confidence in Sanchez has nothing to do with trying to win the game. Where is Herm’s “you play to win the game”

  16. By jet80 on Nov 2, 2009 | Reply

    I will have to say that Miller has no business at KR.Why not try Lowery more or Clowney with his speed should get his shot..I will give Sanchez till the end of the year before I right him off.Dont like how he acts like a 12 yr old out there with the pouting & one track mind.Wish we wouldve groomed our own instead of payin millions to to a unproven So Cal kid that will have problems in NY weather

  17. By Glenn on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I hate to use qualifiers, but for a team with a brand new head coach and a rookie quarterback, I think Jet’s are doin’ great! Just need to have O & D & Teams show for every game. Look at these losses, I mean 2 KO returns for TD’s, a fumble return for TD, and we loose by 5.
    Turn the ball over 6 times and loose by 3. We are not getting killed. Just have to all 3 sides of the coin at each and every.

  18. By NYJETfan26years+ on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I think everybody needs to stop complaining and start contributing more support to our beloved JETS!! I will not say nothing negative about my team, for I am a true fan. All I ask from everyone is to encourage and show more love & support. You couldn’t do any better if you were on the sidelines or in the huddle. That’s exactly why you watch from the stand or at home. J-E-T-S!! JETS!! JETS!! JETS!!

  19. By 36 year fan on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I think this team is going to improve. We had alot of injuries to key players. Braylon looks great out there. Cotchery’s back. Sanchez is looking better. We got alot of rookies going. In the long run we’ll be OK.

  20. By Ira on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I wrote about Murrell,Carroll and Cole not playing earlier. I understood the reason but i am sorry. Murrell needs to play every week. Westerman already has jumped ahead on the depth chart and Murrell should too. You have to wait and see but it does look like Miller has lost a step. #1 rush,#2 D and the onlty team so far to stop the Saints. Sorry 4-4 is not acceptable.

  21. By Ira on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I know Parcells use to say you are what you are and he is right. I quess you have to expect a slip up here or there with a rookie HC and QB. Its part of the learning curve. They have 8 more games to play. Its going to be hard but there is no reason not to have a winning season and PO berth. Too much talent here not to make the PO. GO JETS!!!!

  22. By Ira on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Go figure if the Jets hadn’t knocked out Patrick Cobbs for the season on that MNF game 3 weeks ago Ginn probably wouldn’t have been returning KO’s.
    Brian, Be careful with the Fish only having 104 yds on offense. If Ginn didn’return those 2 kicks and Greene didn’t fumble and the Jets had to punt the Dolphins would’ve had 3 more possessions and maybe chalked up some more yds. Still D gets an A.

  23. By Nick on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Guys, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – I’d rather lose playing to win than win playing not to lose. Coach Ryan is going for the win! Our players are united and playing harder than I’ve seen then in years, it reminds me of how they played when Bill was here. I believe we outplayed Miami and should have won, hands down.. I believe our futures a bright one, GO JETS….

  24. By uncle joe on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I’ll say it again,I still have the best Owner,GM & Coach in football.Your Cowher took how many years to win one?This softy,Dungy,how long did it take for him to win one?and Manning called the shots there,still does!And the Daily Nonsense,how dare you criticize Ryan,his ego & words keep you working!Rex is the best thing to happen to us,He is afraid of NO ONE,perfect to represent NEW YORK

  25. By Ira on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    The Jets have given up a total of 134 pts in 8 games which is great at 16.7 per game. That is a PO caliber D. As we all know turnovers and KO returns have hurt them. Of those 134 pts 42 were not given up by the D.The D has give up only 92 pts for an avg of 11.5 per game. The season has to get turned around. GO JETS!!!!!

  26. By uncle joe on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Why don’t anybody talk about how much of an animal Feely is!Besides 2 crazy tackles,how bout that 55 yarder.Write about how much Pouha stepped up.B.Edwards,who since becoming a Jet can’t drop a pass if he tried.Ryan promised a Great Defense,he delivered.He promised a Great Running Game,He Delivered.He said he would meet the President in a few years(never said this year)HE WILL DELIVER!

  27. By uncle joe on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Ira,I heard you on the Fan yesterday,How could you let Francesa talk about Scott like that.Scott tells it like it is,Miami keeps saying they are great & Bart & Co.smacked them around ALL GAME.The only reason Miami ain’t talking now is because they know they got smacked around.KEEP IT UP SCOTT,WE’VE BEEN WAITING FOR A PLAYER LIKE YOU FOR YEARS! Media Should Thank You for giving them stuff to write

  28. By Deep on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    hey randy do you know if Richard Seymour is gonna be a resitrected or a Unresitrected free agent after this season?

  29. By uncle joe on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Let everyone hate us,that’s when we play the best.Backs against the wall.This is where that whole Courtland stuff comes to Fruitation.There is no better Owner,GM or Coach in the NFL.Why don’t the daily Nonsense ask the Giants’ great GM why he couldn’t get Braylon Edwards? I bet Eli asked him?

  30. By uncle joe's WHY COME on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Why Come the Media don’t talk about the penalty on the 2 point play that the announcers could’t see,or Miami’s cliiping penalty taken away.Or the pass interferences all day,they only call it when we catch the ball!How bout the helmet to helmet shot Sanchez took,or how many times DEs hit Sanchez’ helmet,Brady gets those calls!How bout how fast the Refs set that ball so we couldn’t throw a Red Flag!

  31. By uncle joe on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I am so happy that all these Fake Fans are jumping off the Rex Express Bandwagon,I now have some extra leg room and a place for my Cooler!

  32. By BriGuyinFL on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    We should have kicked it to the guy wearing #50 on the 20 yard line instead of the guy with “GINN” on his back waiting in the endzone. Easy decision. I was hopping mad once I saw that 2nd kick sail 1 yard deep in the endzone. I am sure that Ginn was thinking”I cant believe they kicked it to me again, suckers!!” I am the only thing that can hurt them today and they are giving me the ball!”Stuborn

  33. By Frank on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Rex is really irritating me I would have a lot more respect for the guy if he would just admit he has made mistakes and vowed to correct them. He is a great defensive mind but his leaves a lot to be desired in hin game management. To everyone but him he made a huge mistake on his inactive list this week admit it and move on and he needs to shut up already and start performing better.

  34. By Frank on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I have said it repeatedly for weeks and have gotten attacked by the usual suspects. Sanchez needs to grow up. Secondly for the life of me why is Shotty not sitting him down after every series and studying the defensive alignments and play charts instead of sulking, eating hotdogs and playing cheerleader its baffling. All the great QB’s Manning, Favre, Brees they all study charts after each series.

  35. By Frank on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Its mind boggling the team is ranked 1st in rushing and 2nd in defense and we are 4-4 that is a serious indictment against the coaching staff. Hopefully the bye will make Rex realize how they have thrown away games because of poor coaching decisions & come back and fix the problems and stop being so arrogant. Lets also hope Sanchez comes back with a new attitude as well the season is not lost yet.

  36. By j on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Frank, whine, whine, whine, complain, complaim, complain, blame, blame, blame, GET A LIFE DUDE. Your multitude of posts just show how ignorant you are in your understanding of professional football and how lousy a fan you are. Please save us all from having to wade through your nonsense.

  37. By H- dizzy on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    i agree with frank they’re have been a lot of poor coaching decisions! A LOT going for all those 2 point conversions, passing wen its 3rd and 2, we need to do less trickery in places its not necessary, Our defense is incredible we need 2 score a lot more, 2 many wasted drives giving the opposing side momentum these are not the same old jets we have a chance we need 2 wake up

  38. By viveca on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Totally agree with Frank. You’ll never see Chez study. He seems mature in many ways, but at times acts like a little kid. Rex is refreshing, hope he’ll be around for a long time. Only problem is , he delegates too much. Take charge when the assistants are wrong. The ball should never have been
    kicked to Ginn the second time! What about those 2 points attempts? A fieldgoal would have tied!

  39. By Ira on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Ok it is what it is. Enough of this negative garbage. How about taking a look at the season TJ is having. He is quietly on pace to possibly putting up better #’s than last year. Sure Greene is the future and Leon hopefully will be back better then ever. If TJ continues to have the season he is having they need to pay him his bonus and bring him back. He is still their #1 RB.

  40. By Alex on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Frank I could not agree with you more on your comments! Rex needs to study some great coaches watch how they mangae time, feel like I’m having Herm flashbacks! Throw the red flag, if you see the other team run up to snap the ball you have to figure something is wrong. He wanted a great defense and running game we have that. Now is the time for the coaches to get better!!!
    We will learn from this!

  41. By Alex on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Its amazing how we lose, after all players come and go as do coaches. Fans are fans for life! But these last 2 home games against division opponents is tough to swallow. We run for over 300 yards against the Bills, then we hold Miami to 104 yards and give up 2 KO returns. We needed to be 8-0 or 7-1 at home. I have to believe the future for this team is brighter than 4-4 this year and next!!!

  42. By wasiii on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    What I find the most unbelievable about the last three losses, was that each one was because a different part of the team collapsed. The first Miami game was because the defense couldn’t stop them. The Buffalo game was because “Sanchize” exploded and the last game was because of the special teams. One of these days we’ll get it right, but right now it’s starting to look the the SOJ.

  43. By Adam on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    There is a good base to this team. But they are inconsistent. At least Rex is aggressively trying to win games. The last two coaches played the game not to lose, which is why the ceiling was 10 wins.

  44. By pdubious on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Last time I checked Rex Ryan isn’t missing tackles on special teams, fumbling the ball, and throwing pick sixes. I’d say with the #2 overall D he is holding up his end of the bargain. Breakdowns happen in football, nobody is perfect. Rex will get it corrected. You guys that are crying, things could be so much worse (Det, Stl.)

  45. By Steve on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    I wish all you so called Jet fans would stop bad mouthing Mark Sanchez already. He’s a ROOKIE, get it? Typical NY impatience… How about giving him some support instead. I know how frustrating this season has been, I’ve bee a fan since 1965. You same fans would have been bad mouthing Joe Namath in his rookie season as well. He didn’t exactly tear up the league either.

  46. By Tom Spicer on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Some of you are talking about Sanchez saying he is acting like a kid. HELLO he is 22 years old he is a kid he could be playing his last year in college right now if he wanted to. he is on pace for 3,000 yards 22 TD’S & 20 INT’S as a rookie which are great numbers for a 1st year player. These guys had what everyone called great rookie years well check the numbers

  47. By Tom Spicer on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Ryan 3,440 17 & 11 Flacco 2,971 16 & 12 his #’s are right in line with theres. Favre last year 3,472 22 & 22 so Sanchez is on pace to have the same amount of TD’S & 2 less INT’S. So everyone stop with the Sanchez garbage cause he is not the reason we are not winning. We lost this last game cause of special teams & Schottys play calls. We lost the 1st Miami game cause the D did not show up.

  48. By Tom Spicer on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    If those 2 things dont happen we are 6 & 2

  49. By sal on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Rex needs to talk w/ Marty about a little Marty ball, This team would benefit from a ground it out offence to the end not to to 10 yard line. He needs to take end zone play calling away from Shotenheimer.
    Another thing that puzzles me is that Magini didnt talk enough and Rex talks to much. dont worry about boring radio personalities like M.F. .Talk away Rex a it lessens the growing pains

  50. By sal on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Randy if you get the opportunity ask T Jones and the O line why the coordinator does not trust them to run the ball in the red zone, and if it bothers them at all. I think they are missing a great chance at putting a real smash mouth team on the feild every week. It will help take pressure off of everyone!
    They should grab Chambers who was cut by the Chargers, tall rcver for 10 Ft. high passes

  51. By Row on Nov 3, 2009 | Reply

    Miller hasn’t lost a step. He’s had 2 whole days to practice with the team. Who cares what his number is? Sanchez needs to win like Sanchez wins. I don’t care what works for him, he just needs to do that. I could care less about a hot dog or a Chad Pennington towel whirl. If he plays like he did the last 3 games, he’ll be doing it a lot more. We do have a smash mouth running attack. 300 yards!

  52. By Jets Fan Since '64 Tom on Nov 4, 2009 | Reply

    uncle joe, love your optimism but it’s not disloyalty to want Schotty gone, if you told me a MIA spy on the bench called those last 3 plays I’d believe it. Frank, agree with you on how the stats show what a mediocre job Rex and the staff are doing. Viveca, MS studies like crazy off the field, the staff has to teach him how to do it on the field. And it’s clear Rex delegates on O ’cause he has to.

  53. By jnitro on Nov 4, 2009 | Reply

    Are you kidding me ? Did you just compare Sanchez to Peyton Manning ? You need your head examined. He is just OK. Nothing more than than.

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