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Confidence was replaced by concern just a few weeks into the New York Jets’ season, and there was a sense that things were about to spiral out of control. It was a rarity for Rex Ryan, whose bravado and say-anything attitude have always been reflected by his players on the field.
A three-game road losing streak changed all that.
“I think you felt desperation,” Ryan said, “like, ‘God, we need to win.’”
Players were sniping at each other in the locker room, and fans and media were bashing them for being more talk than substance. Ryan’s defense, his pride and joy, was far from dominant, and Mark Sanchez and the offense were inconsistent and, at times, downright ineffective.
Were they a running team, the “Ground-and-Pound” offense that helped push them to the AFC championship game the last two seasons? Or were they suddenly “Air Jets,” with Sanchez throwing more than he has in the past while trying to get all of his receivers — Santonio Holmes, Plaxico Burress and the since-traded Derrick Mason — in the mix?
It was time, Ryan insisted, to finally get the ground game off the ground.
“I just thought that we weren’t being ourselves,” Ryan said. “I thought, as much as we wanted to expand our weapons and we felt good about our receiving corps — maybe three wides was our base offense — I just don’t think that was the best thing for our football team.”
So, he met with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, and they may have saved the Jets’ season with that chat.
“I think he felt the same way and we just wanted to get back to really playing New York Jets style of football,” Ryan said. “There’s nothing wrong with the way we play offense. It’s just, let’s get back to doing it. I think maybe I got caught up in maybe being enamored with the type of personnel we had, but at the end of the day, we never waited until the season went by, we went back to being who we were.”