• Jets may bring back wristband to help Smith

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Oct 3, 2013
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Rex Ryan explains reversal on wristband

      FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Upon further review (not much, though), Rex Ryan decided not to get cute with a color-coded wrist band for rookie QB Geno Smith. "I want him to play the position," Ryan said Thursday. "I don't want him to sit back an…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • A Yellow Light for the Jets, but No Color-Coded System

      Jets Coach Rex Ryan briefly considered asking the rookie quarterback Geno Smith to wear a color-coded wristband Monday night against Atlanta.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Rex Ryan considering return to color-coded rules to limit turnovers

      Back in 2009, the Jets had a rookie quarterback named Mark Sanchez who turned the ball over too often so they decided to color-code the playbook in order to make it clear when he was supposed to take risks and when he was supposed to play it safe. The r…
  • Mehta: Colored-coded wristband a bad idea

    Rex Ryan’s frustration with Geno Smith’s litany of early season mistakes nearly prompted him to dust off a silly gimmick that would have done nothing but stunt the rookie quarterback’s development.

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