• Jets' Ryan saw fatigue, 'no quit' vs. 49ers

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Oct 3, 2012
    Whatever it’s called quitting or fatigue or talent imbalance or a virus that makes guys play like they’ve quit it’s not good for the Jets or for Ryan.  “I think we wore down a little bit at the end of the game.  But there’s no quit.  You can look at that tape.  There’s no quit.” 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers says that the Jets quit during Sunday’s 34-0 thrashing at MetLife Stadium.  Jets coach Rex Ryan says that’s not the case. Rogers said he was "shocked" to see that the Jets appeared "ready to get in the shower," and believed that the Jets didn't want to be on the field as the game wore on. Rogers had perhaps the most pivotal play in the game when he returned a Santonio Holmes fumble 51 yards for a touchdown to make it 24-0 in the fourth.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Rex Ryan: Jets tired, not quitting

      New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan (sort of) went to bat for his team's poor performance in last weekend's 34-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. According to Ryan, New York's defense was tired, not quitting. "I think we wore down a little bit at the…

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