FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - Rex Ryan thinks his New York Jets secondary
is second to none, no matter what anyone thinks. And that includes
The bitter San Diego tight end said the Jets'
defensive backs aren't "anything" after New York's 27-21 win Sunday, and
added that the Chargers beat themselves and "it had nothing to do with
anyone on their team." That amused Ryan, who was asked Monday what he
thought of McMichael's comments.
"Stay classy, San Diego," a
smiling Ryan said, stealing a line made famous by Will Ferrell's
character, Ron Burgundy, in the movie "Anchorman."
Ryan opened his
press conference Monday by praising his defensive backs, including
Darrelle Revis, whose interception set up the go-ahead score for the
Jets. Kyle Wilson's pick a few minutes later sealed the win.