Rex Ryan: “I’m Concentrating on ‘How Do We Win?’”

Nov 11, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan stands on the sidelines during the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE

It’s certainly appropriate that coach Rex Ryan looks as concerned as he does in this picture to the right. His team has been stinking up the joint lately, losing the last three games, and not playing well during those games. The Jets have looked awful, led by the quarterback that Rex Ryan has lived and died with, Mark Sanchez.

With the poor play, the questions have continued about making a change at quarterback, which Rex Ryan is still staunchly avoiding. He is stikcing with his guy, come hell or high water. This has led to fans starting to wonder if Rex Ryan could be on the hot seat if this season doesn’t improve. Well, Rex is not thinking about that. Here is what he had to say yesterday:

“With me, I’m never going to waiver,” Ryan said. “I’m not going to make a decision one way or another to save myself. I’m trying to win games, I understand our record is 3-6, I know that’s not good. I know it’s not anywhere close to where the team wants to be. But again, I’m not sitting back and concentrating on ‘How do I save my job?’ I’m concentrating on ‘How do we win?’

Rex is absolutely right, he cannot think about saving his job, while doing his job. As I wrote in my article earlier today, Rex’s only job is to make decisions that he believes are in the best interest of his football team. Just hope they work, and we are still talking about him in 2013.

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