New York Jets Thrilled to Win Their Super Bowl (Rex Ryan Keeping His Job)

Stephen Douglas

Rex Ryan will be the coach of the New York Jets in 2014. After the Jets beat the Miami Dolphins, 20-7, in their final game of the season, Jets owner Woody Johnson spoke to the team about how proud he was of them. Then he announced that Rex Ryan would keep his job as head coach. This caused the players to go crazy. Say what you want about Rex and his results (22-26 over the last 3 seasons with 0 playoff appearances after back-to-back AFC Championship trips in his first two seasons), but his players love him.


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