Rex Ryan gave impassioned, f-bomb laden speech to Bills at start of camp
Rex Ryan knows this is something of a make-or-break season for him in Buffalo, and he started the season by approaching things accordingly.
At the start of training camp, Ryan was filmed by the team for a documentary, which finally aired in the Buffalo market on Saturday. In it, well, Ryan’s aggressive streak is showing, as well as his penchant for expletives.
“Everything’s questioned,” Ryan told his team, via Mike Rodak of ESPN. “I forgot to how to f—ing coach. ‘The players don’t respond to Rex, he don’t know what the f— he’s doing anymore.'”
Ryan proceeded to quote Muhammad Ali and tell his team that the best way to get revenge was through achieving “massive success.”
“That’s where I’m at,” Ryan went on to say. “It ain’t about being No. 1 in defense, No. 1 in offense, whatever. No, it’s about us in this room, holding this damn trophy saying we won the whole m—-f—–,” he said. “That’s where I’m at. Don’t be afraid of it. I don’t give a s— who knows it. Here we are. Here the f— we are. That’s who the f— I am.
“I’m going to tell you we’re the f—ing best because I believe it. Let me f—ing say it. And if it doesn’t work, I’ll be the first m—–f—– that goes. And everyone one of you, I f—ing know you’ve got my back. All I want is every f—ing thing you got. I’ll take every f—ing bullet known to man.”
Ryan is likely well aware that the pressure is on. It’s on even more after a flat performance to open the regular season. Does Rex have another tirade in his bag with his former team, the Jets, looming on Thursday?