Rex Ryan press conference following Jets loss to Eagles

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On QB Mark Sanchez’s injury…

I’m not sure. I know he was able to come back. He never wanted to come out of the game, even at the end when we had [Mark] Brunell in there, Mark just wanted to go back in. I’m think he’s fine, but I’m not sure what the extent of that injury was.

On opponents’ success at TE against their defense…

I think part of the receiving deal is because our corners are pretty darn good. But yeah, it was a great scheme on their part. They ran what we call a yogi-go and obviously they hit for that 70-some yarder. That wasn’t our best, that’s for sure. And then they caught one, if we just maintain our leverage on him, on that corner route he had for a touchdown, I think, we’d be fine. Gotta give them credit, they did a great job protecting the quarterback. Looked like we were scared to death to go after him. And then [Michael] Vick made some great throws.

On what he tells his team after a lopsided loss…

I don’t know, maybe we should bury the football again. I don’t know. We’ll come up with something. I mean it’s sitting right in front of us, we got to win two games, regardless of losing to these guys or not.

On if there is a similarity to the game last season where they gave up 45 points last…

Yeah, we got our butt kicked, that’s a somewhat similarity. Give up that many points, you’re not going to beat anybody.

On if RB LaDainian Tomlinson went the wrong way on the Sanchez broken play fumble…

I don’t even remember. I forgot about that one.

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