Rex Ryan claims he knew who Patriots QB would be, says Bills ‘expected to win’
Rex Ryan beat the New England Patriots 16-0 on the road on Sunday, which always puts him in a bullish mood.
In fact, Ryan, after opening his press conference with a monotone “on to L.A., I guess,” even implied he had a mole in the Patriots organization telling him who’d play quarterback, and that he expected to win the game.
“My sources inside the New England Patriot building said that Jacoby Brissett would be the quarterback,” Ryan said Sunday, via Mike Rodak of ESPN. “How about that? I’ll stir some stuff up. ‘Who was it?’ Who was it? I don’t know who it was.”
“It’s satisfying, but let’s face it, they had a player out,” Ryan added, making obvious reference to the suspended Tom Brady. “They had a player out, and we had our team, so we expected to win.”
This was a big game. Ryan is always loud when it comes to the Patriots, and the two teams had a moment during the pregame. For the Bills, you can imagine why Ryan is so boastful, although he might want to watch himself.