Needless to say, 2012 was a rough year for the New York Jets. It was all summed up in one play, the Mark Sanchez’s “butt fumble.” The Tim Tebow trade shook Sanchez’s confidence. But none of that matters according to head coach Rex Ryan, who doesn’t care about last season.
“I don’t even give a sh– about last year. I’m tired of talking about it,” Ryan recently told Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.
From the NY Daily News:
I’m not worried about being a lame-duck guy,” Ryan recently told the Daily News as the Jets’ offseason program came to an end. “I’m not worried about that. I am not. I look at this as an opportunity. . . . Look, I’m disappointed in the product that we put on the field (in 2012) both personally (and for) our fans. Because I’m a Jet fan. I’m no different than anybody else.
. . . So I know they’re disappointed. I know they’re ticked off at how we played last year. And I’m sure they’re upset at me and rightfully so.
“At the end of the day, we’ll see what happens,” he added. “I’m certainly not worried about it. In fact, I’m doing just the opposite. I can’t wait. I’m popping out of my skin, because I feel in my heart I know what it’s going to look like.”