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After the Ravens’ 28-13 win, Suggs absolutely unloaded on New England, telling Yahoo! Sports, “Tell them to have fun at the Pro Bowl. Arrogant f—-ers.”

He then directed his ire toward Bill Belichick, even bringing up the Pats’ championship dry spell since SpyGate.

“These are the most arrogant p—– in the world starting with (coach Bill) Belichick on down. … ever since SpyGate they haven’t been able to win.”’

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/suggs-ravens-lb-curses-patriots-article-1.1243825#ixzz2Id9FZMfZ

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Jets Stadium TourWoody Johnson (above), who should make that helmet a permanent component of his wardrobe.

There is no dysfunction quite like that Jet dysfunction.  There are no shit rosters quite like Jet shit rosters (anyone besides myself recall a wide receiver tandem of the little engine that could, Wayne Chrebet, and Arena football player Kevin Swayne?).  There are no blown second rounders like Jet blown second rounders (Browning Nagle, Mike Nugent, Vlad Ducasse, etc.).  Don’t even talk about the 1st round, where the Jets passed on Warren Sapp and once drafted Bryan Thomas over sure Hall of Famer Ed Reed.  But understand this: former owner Leon Hess, while not a football man, was an excellent businessman, was kind and benevolent, and oversaw the drafting of the team’s only franchise quarterback, Joe Namath, in its now 50+ year history, and subsequently, the Jets only Superbowl victory, the historic first ever Superbowl win for the American Football League, which helped force the merger that led to the formation of the NFL.

Did he make mistakes?  Too many to count.  Rich Kotite, anyone?  But Hess also hired Big Bill who led the organization to its most successful decade, sans the Superbowl, in its history.  Mr. Hess, which we call him out of respect, an earned title, was a self made man with courage and character, who, to carve out an empire in oil, had to negotiate with a gun barrel to his nose, and who cared so much for his employees that when Dennis Byrd was paralyzed during play, Hess paid out the rest of Byrd’s contract in full, immediately, and took an enormous personal interest in Byrd’s recovery.  Mr. Hess ensured Byrd would receive the very best medical care, essentially bequeathed him his personal aircraft, and sat with Byrd in the hospital every day for a year.

Once when asked of it, a candid Hess told a reporter that if he knew that a player could get injured so seriously in football, he “would have never bought the team.”  Upon Byrd’s recovery, at the press conference when he was released from the hospital, the former player uttered that most famous line, probably the most pride inspiring line associated with the Jets in all history, when he said, “I came to New York from Oklahoma a young Christian man.  Today I return to Oklahoma a young Christian man and a New York Jet.”

The current owner, Woody Johnson, who gets no respectful moniker from us, should not be viewed by anyone, most especially himself, through the illusory prism that wealth and power equate to success.  Johnson & Johnson had made billions long before Woody came to be.  Unlike Mr. Hess, Woody inherited his billions, gained his various titles through nepotism, and whatever honors bestowed upon him through cronyism, the spoils of privilege.  He’s not much of a business man, so far as we can tell.  Let’s be frank.  Billions beget billions.  He’s not much of a family man either, so far as we can tell.  Johnson, when divorcing ex Sale Johnson, soon after purchasing the team, told reporters of the break up that he was looking forward to ‘spending more time with his team.’  It hasn’t worked out for the Johnson family or the team.

As you may or may not know, Woody’s eldest daughter, Casey Johnson, who once famously became embroiled in a public dispute with her own aunt over a paramour, died alone due to questionable circumstances at the age of 30.  She had been described in the press as a “reckless wildchild”, a “wayward heiress”, etc.  Tragedy strikes and is blind to bank accounts.  Do we feel bad about raising a spectre of questionability around Johnson’s personal life?  No.  And for that matter, the spectre was there long before we raised it.  He’s a public figure and is therefore subject to it, as was Joe Philbin, when his low life, rapist son drowned to death and Tony Dungy, whose son committed suicide, and we haven’t blinked once in criticizing those men, whether they were just absentee football lifer fathers, hypocrites (like Dungy, who perhaps was too wrapped up in Jesus and the scourge that is foul language to worry about his own son), or both.

http://www.tmz.com/2010/02/04/casey-johnson-death-diabetic-cause-of-death-coroner/

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Is it overly simplistic to blame an absentee, disinterested parent for his child’s lack of mental well being?  Is it?  You tell us.  In this case, we have discerned with Woody a pattern of failure, from his ownership of the team, to his marriage, to his family, and of course, his politics.  Woody, a staunch Republican, was heavily invested in both recent Bush campaigns, and also served as Mitt Romney’s New York campaign manager.  Do we have to ask how that went?  For all his billions, Johnson is a dimwitted loser.  Anyone with even remedial knowledge of politics knew that Romeny’s chances at claiming NY’s slice of the electoral pie were dead even before arrival.  On that bus, there are still plenty of great seats available.  What about the doomsday quotes from Woody about how he feared for America if Obama was re-elected?

“Well I think you always have to put country first,” Johnson said. “So I think it’s very, very important that for – not only us – but in particular for our kids and grandkids that this election come off with Mitt Romney and (Paul) Ryan as President and vice president.”

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/jets/pinch-woody-picks-mitt-jets-article-1.1172131#ixzz2HjECuhop

You know, America seems perfectly fine to me under Obama.  I haven’t really noticed the pervasive spread of socialism and am rather glad that the war mongering ways of Bush’s patrician fantasy world are for now past.  But I am not a billionaire being taxed at a rate I deem too high.  I’m just a Crackbillionair is all.  And if Woody was such a patriot, pardon the pun, why try to cheat his beloved US Gov’t out of a cool $100M in taxes?  That’s what he agreed to pay back the gov’t, plus interest, in 2001, but in actuality, law enforcement believes it to be a great deal more.

So many superrich Americans evade taxes using offshore accounts that law enforcement cannot control the growing misconduct, according to a Senate report that provides the most detailed look ever at high-level tax schemes.

Among the billionaires cited in the report are the owner of the New York Jets football team, Robert Wood Johnson IV; the producer of the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” children’s show, Haim Saban; and two Texas businessmen, Charles and Sam Wyly, who the Center for Public Integrity found in 2000 were the ninth-largest contributors to President Bush.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/08/01/business/01tax.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

When Woody bought the team, he had supposedly done so to impress his billionaire buddies.  He was gonna win the big game and then flash the big bling at Tavern on the Green.  How’s that working out so far?  You think his buddies are are impressed?  Do you think they were impressed when Mark Sanchez was found to be entertaining an underage girl at his home?  Or when Rex’s wife’s swinger profile hit on http://www.deadspin.com?

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Woody was also gonna build that Jets’ mecca on the Westside, which, we’ll acknowledge would have elevated the Jets’ status from 2nd to 1st class citizens, which would’ve rebranded the team and provided Dallas Cowboy like revenue streams.  See, we think Woody cares way more about money than football and that the Jets’ Westside development project was what was really attractive to him, and not so much the Jets, despite the man’s obvious love of green Oxford ties.  We suspect little Bill knew as much, and is why he hastily tendered his resignation, scrawled on a napkin when Johnson took over (“I resign as HC of the NYJ”).

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While no one doubts that Woody put a lot of energy into the Westside project at considerable costs, should we commend a man for spending $1B on a failure?  Instead, we’ll add it to the ever expanding list of Johnson failures–a failure from which the franchise has never recovered that has conscripted the team to permanent second class status by settling for another joint stadium.  Johnson blew that billion and has been penny wise and dollar foolish ever since.  Especially, his practice of forcing unwanted players and coaches on the organization.  Brett Favre, forced on Mangini, for the promotional value.  Disaster.  Mangini holdover Brian Schottenheimer, who when he was considered a hot coaching commodity, was given a big new contract by the Jets, forced on Rex Ryan.  Disaster.  Made Schottenheimer a media scapegoat and ruined his reputation.  Tebow, forced on Ryan.  Disaster.  Not our words either, or rather, ours and Special Teams Coordinator Mike Westhoff’s, who went on talk radio in Miami today to call the Tebow situation, among other things, “an absolute mess” and a “distraction” and said he doesn’t understand the rationale behind the acquisition and that he doesn’t think anyone does.

alg-woody-favre-jpgWoody Johnson with old man toy Brett Favre (above).

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We though the new personnel guy was gonna be Tom Gamble for a minute, or Dave Caldwell.  Hoped it would be Giants’ executive Marc Ross, all guys the Jets have courted.  and by the Jets, we of course mean the outside consulting firm the Jets have hired to run their GM search, because despite Johnson owning his own near billion dollar football organization, he has not one reasonably knowledgeable football man trustworthy enough to make a solid hire.

Originally, the Jets hoped to have a hire in place by the time Rex and ihaveprettyfeet returned from their Bahamas jaunt, someone to begin to spin the stench off the joke, the perennial catastrophe that is the Jets, and to divert attention away from the fact that the Jets organization was so unprepared to face the media that they ignored their compulsory obligation to make the coach and owner available to the press within 7 days of their season’s end.

So last week it was the Caldwells and Gambles, and then this week they have supposedly interviewed six people in the last 2 days alone.  Including the Dolphins Assistant GM, who we’re certain is underqualified.  But a qualified GM would never accept preconditions on the job, such as the shot gun marriage with Rex which Johnson is forcing whomever the new fool to accept.

http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/jets/2013/01/jets-expand-gm-search-will-interview-steelers-executive-omar-khan-and-dolphins-assistan

The expanded search, which now includes way more interviewees than what is a normal when replacing a GM for other teams, is representative of the fact that the Jets are grossly incompetent, clueless, and fucked.  I mean, who but the Jets, would have a hiring search that included Tom Heckert, the GM of a club that lost 40+ games in 3 years in Cleveland, or even worse, personnel people from the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL?  Now I don’t like Wes Welker at all, but when he said that shit about the Patriots “putting their best foot forward” against the Jets, ‘toe the line’ or whatever, we can’t blame him.  The Jets are a joke, continually perpetuated by their own organization, so how can anyone be angry when people joke about them?  In fact, we are pretty sure that the only reason that Belichik came down so hard on Welker was because he feared not doing so would provide the Jets extra motivation.  In short, he fined Welker in order to have a better shot at success in a football game.

The original title for this piece was to be, “NYJ: Woody Johnson, Billionaire Moron, Despicable Human Being, and Gross Incompetent, Should Sell the NYJ”.  But since all of that is dreadfully obvious, truths we hold self evident, we instead opted for a Welkerism.

Same old Jets?  We wish we could somehow return to such a comfortable level of incompetence, one we had come to accept.  Instead, we are mired in incompetence that we can only describe as mind boggling, prolific, and sublime.  After Dennis Byrd returned to Oklahoma, the Jets, as a kindness to their fans, should have disbanded, letting us all root for the Giants.

In loving memory of Dr. Jet.  Now if he would only stop haunting my house.

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We follow labor relations very closely.  From where we sit, the side doing the most grandstanding is the side on weaker ground.  Enter Roger Goodell (above) and his downright insulting letters to fans in recent weeks, fans who he is obviously desperate to curry favor with.  Some media types have downplayed the NFL’s lack of a collective bargaining agreement, and want to tell you that no fan really cares about this mess until and unless games are lost in the 2011 season.  If that’s the case, then the fans are flat out stupid.  Occum’s Razor here: the players are the game, and the commisioner, despite being careful to always couch his deception in the the lie that he wants what is best for the players, is an employee of the owners.  It’s that simple.  The owners pay his salary, and he is their representative.  You could poll every one of the 1,500 or so players and they could all give the commish a gushing review.  Those reviews wouldn’t make one bit of difference to the man’s job security.  The only thing that matters is what the owners think of him, and the only thing the owners care about is taking money and benefits from the players.

In letter one, fired off by Goodell on January 3rd, Goodell suggested that the status quo was absolutely unacceptable and that the game would not be able to function successfully under the current labor conditions.  This is the richest sport in the world, making well more than any other sport in the world, coming off its most successful season.  Ever.  Goodell says he needs to do this, to head toward a lockout, to improve the future of the game for “the players and the fans.”

Really?  This is the league that has given us personal seat licenses.  They care about the fans so much that they devised the brilliant idea of charging people thousands of dollars for the right to purchase tickets for hundreds of dollars more.  We aren’t talking about a few thousand, either.  We are talking upwards of between $10,000-20,000 per seat.  You want four season tickets to the Jets or Giants, you are probably paying $80,000 before you even discuss the price of a game ticket. 

Having bled the fans dry and unable to squeeze any more from the tapped out masses, the owners, led by this disgusting liar, having now turned their attention to squeezing the players, who literally, are the game.  You’ve got guys, to a man, putting their bodies on the line, hundreds of times per week, and their brains, as we are now seeing with people like Mike Webster, Dave Duerson, Chris Henry, and Andre Waters.  Risking constant physical injury in a bloodsport should be lucrative work, but don’t think it’s good work if you can get it.  The life span of an average male these days is around 80 years old.  The life span of an NFL player is somewhere in the early 50’s.  Now that it is conclusive that guys are also putting their brains on the line, one would think the compensation and benefits should be increased and not decreased.  CTE–Chronic Traumatic Encephalitis–a neurological disease that ruins lives and leads to depression, suicide, drug abuse, alcoholism, and lack ofo impulse control, is a disease incurred from taking hits.  Isn’t that football, in a nutshell?

Dr. Bennett Omalu, a fantastic neurological physician who is out front with CTE research, is a guy the NFL paints a witch doctor.  His findings have been met by Goodell’s PR machine with an undignified, base smear campaign.  Omalu, as time goes by, is armed with more and more scientific data, and soon more, as he analyzes Dave Duerson’s brain–an excellent player and a brilliant man.  Last month Duerson killed himself by self inflicted shotgun blast to the chest, so that his brain could be analyzed fully intact for CTE.  And the “witch doctor” is addressing the House of Representatives on the dangers of the high intensity contact nature of football, at all levels.

These are nightmares for the players obviously, from a health standpoint, but from an economic one, for the league.  And what happened today, in the form of the NFLPA decertifying, is also a nightmare.  Small teams can not compete financially with big market teams.  The league, which is a collective, and built its greatness by sharing revenue, is now one where every owner is out for himself.  And really, it’s not the Cowboys or the Giants fault that Green Bay and Jacksonville are not able to compete economically.  Dallas and NY are real cities.  Football put Green Bay on the map in the first place.  It is not a real city.  When the Giants win the Superbowl, they have a parade 2 million strong.  When Green Bay wins, they can hardly muster 50,000 people.  How is that the players’ fault?

Jacksonville?  It’s not even a college town.  It’s a high school town.  They do not deserve pro football.  But their owner, and the moron from Carolina–a former player no less–is in these bargaining sessions screaming their heads off at the union. 

Dear NFL Fan,

When I wrote to you last on behalf of the NFL, we promised you that we would work tirelessly to find a collectively bargained solution to our differences with the players’ union. Subsequent to that letter to you, we agreed that the fastest way to a fair agreement was for everyone to work together through a mediation process. For the last three weeks I have personally attended every session of mediation, which is a process our clubs sincerely believe in.

Unfortunately, I have to tell you that earlier today the players’ union walked away from mediation and collective bargaining and has initiated litigation against the clubs. In an effort to get a fair agreement now, our clubs offered a deal today that was, among other things, designed to have no adverse financial impact on veteran players in the early years, and would have met the players’ financial demands in the latter years of the agreement.

The proposal we made included an offer to narrow the player compensation gap that existed in the negotiations by splitting the difference; guarantee a reallocation of savings from first-round rookies to veterans and retirees without negatively affecting compensation for rounds 2-7; no compensation reduction for veterans; implement new year-round health and safety rules; retain the current 16-4 season format for at least two years with any subsequent changes subject to the approval of the league and union; and establish a new legacy fund for retired players ($82 million contributed by the owners over the next two years).

It was a deal that offered compromise, and would have ensured the well-being of our players and guaranteed the long-term future for the fans of the great game we all love so much. It was a deal where everyone would prosper.

We remain committed to collective bargaining and the federal mediation process until an agreement is reached, and call on the union to return to negotiations immediately. NFL players, clubs, and fans want an agreement. The only place it can be reached is at the bargaining table.

While we are disappointed with the union’s actions, we remain steadfastly committed to reaching an agreement that serves the best interest of NFL players, clubs and fans, and thank you for your continued support of our League. First and foremost it is your passion for the game that drives us all, and we will not lose sight of this as we continue to work for a deal that works for everyone.

Yours,
Roger Goodell

A deal that works for everyone?  Franchise worth for even the smallest market teams is approaching one billion dollars.  What owner has paid a billion for their team?  What guy can’t walk away now, sell, and won’t have more money than God?  Just because you are a greedy prick who wants to make more money, doesn’t mean a deal isn’t working for you.  In reality, everyone wants more money, everywhere.  And they aren’t going to get it.  In a capitalist system, you are worth what your talent says you’re worth, and once again, it’s the players that have the talent, that get us to buy PSL’s and the NFL Ticket and who get us to turn on the games religiously.

I have news for Goodell.  A room where distinguished shark labor lawyers are being screamed on by hicks like Jerry Richardson may not be the best place for all parties to come to an agreement.  DeMaurice Smith, the NFLPA head, and the best executive director they’ve ever had, is going about his business properly.  Before he can make a deal, which he is willing to make, and one on which he is willing to take 8.5% less of the gross–very fairly too we might add, but mindful that 8.5% less of a much higher gross will actually be an increase in compensation–is willing to do this if he gets financial transparency from the league.  Laymen’s terms?  He needs to see the books.  Goodell wants him to give back billions of dollars and expects him to do so while not knowing the true financial state of the game.

What good negotiator would accept that?  Goodell is going to tell us that the league is working so hard here, that they have conceded to unprecedented givebacks, like the $82M for retired players.  How about just giving the players’ union what they need to make a deal, which is the financial information they have requested?  Here’s why they won’t do it: because he is an employee of the owners, and he is protecting his employers, because giving up this information would no doubt lead to a much worse deal for the teams.

Expert labor lawyers such as the ones employed by the players are in the driver’s seat right now.  The lockout, which just became official, means decertification, which means the players can now sue the clubs, because they are not represented by the union officially any longer, and the NFL is subject to lose it’s antitrust exemption.  U.S. District Judge David Doty, whose jurisdiction all this will fall under, is a labor friendly judge who has served the NFL owners several unpleasantries in the past.  And the national sentiment has got to be for the players here.  They want to play.  The want to work.  They are locked out.  The owners have shut down the game because they want more, not the players.

How could Goodell tell us this is what’s good for everyone when he and his crew of owners have shut down the game, and will be turning away injured players looking to get into team facilities to rehab on Monday and terminating their health benefits?  Goodell, who wants to tell us about the Michael Vick make good story, like he didn’t lie to police about a shooting just last August?  Goodell, who destroys evidence, like in Spygate, and then wants us take him at his word about what he saw on those tapes.  With financial transparency, it’s the same thing from this liar.

That salutation, “Yours”?  No way.  This guy is not our’s by any stretch.  He’s their’s.

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Mark Sanchez (above) at a recent Knicks’ game between actress Chloe Sevigny and Jet TE Dustin Keller.

We’re not going to say too much about this until more of the story comes to light, but www.deadspin.com is in the process of breaking a big story about Mark Sanchez, a 17 year old New Jersey girl, and some photos apparently stolen from Sanchez that were taken in his bedroom.

On Friday afternoon, Deadspin published a letter from a lawyer representing a 17-year-old girl warning them that there will be legal action if Deadspin publishes a story about his client. A.J. Daulerio, Deadspin’s editor, doesn’t reveal the nitty gritty of the story is, but he doesn’t leave in many blanks either. 

Daulerio writes that they’ve been working on a story about Sanchez “romancing” the girl in question and that they are in possession of photos sent to them by the girl from Sanchez’s bedroom. Daulerio promises that the entire story will be revealed on Tuesday and writes that the Jets have been made aware of the story and are preparing a statement.

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/sports/Mark-Sanchez-Might-Be-Feeling-A-Bit-Nervous-This-Weekend-115330494.html

http://deadspin.com/5752262/mark-sanchezs-17+year+old-lady-friend-has-found-a-lawyer

At the above Deadspin link you can read a letter that the girl’s lawyer fired off to that site.  Deadspin is all over the Jets, breaking it’s 3rd major Jet related story in recent months.

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Again, it’s hard to know what really happened as of this point, but obviously Sanchez is less than the squeaky clean poster boy he plays the part of.  We are not saying he slept with the girl, but we will tell you we believe the age of consent is 16 in New Jersey.  Although, if something did go on, who really knows when it started?

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Michelle Ryan, a.k.a infamous youtube foot porn poster and swinger site regular ihaveprettyfeet (above).

Hopefully soon to be ex-Jets’ coach Rex Ryan’s dumb slut wife’s www.footloversdating.com profile:

  ihaveprettyfeet’s Profile Last logged in:  Dec 22, 2010  
Personal Details
Age: 45
Gender: Woman
Looking for: Man or Woman
Location: ellicott city, maryland, United States
Pictures loaded: No Pictures
Videos loaded: No Videos
About myself: love to tease with feet
Basic Information
Marital Status: Married
Zodiac Sign: Virgo
Religion: Christian
Languages: English
Referred by: Email Message
 
Physical Appearance
Ethnicity: Caucasian (white)
Height: 5′ 2″ (157 cm)
Eye color: Blue
Hair color: Blonde
Body Type: Slim
Body art: Pierced…but only ear(s)
Best feature: Feet
Weight: 98 lbs (44.5 Kg)
 
Lifestyle
Sense of humor: Clever: Nothing’s better than a quick-witted comeback
Exercise: Inconsistently
Daily diet: Junk Food
Smoking: No, never
Drinking: Just socially
Living situation: Live with kids
Have children: Yes – at home full-time
Want children: Yes
 
Professional Life
Education: Graduate degree
Employment status: Homemaker
Current annual income: I’ll tell you later
Job schedule: Homemaker
 
Interests
Hobbies: I’ll tell you later
Sports: Aerobics, Baseball, Dancing, Football, Golf, Running, Swimming, Walking / Hiking, Weights / Machines, Yoga
Favorite things: salad
Last reading: dickens
Common interests: Shopping / Antiques
 

http://www.footloversdating.com/showprofile.php?id=242

First lady of the Jets, kids!  A regular fucking Jackie O!  Dating while married, just like JFK.  Woody Johnson, if you’re listening, please part ways with such pitiful trash.  By the way, go check out www.deadspin.com for the latest in “hilarious” foot fetish videos–for non Jets fans, of course.  Yeah, in one she’s got her nips hard and you can catch her in a pair of black panties while she waves her feet at the camera.

Then there’s a 3 minute, 47 second clip of her where she’s reading a paperback on a couch, then kicks her shoes off and starts massaging her toes through panty hose, and then wriggles her feet for a while, and then flexes her calfs for a bit. 

Then we got her in one with a beer bottle on another hotel couch, another with a pair of reading glasses on and a hard cover, wriggling some pink pumps, and another outdoor job–11 minutes, 14 seconds–while she massages her feet on what looks like the Ryan back porch.

No disrespect to swingers or foot lovers intended at all.  What makes this horribly wrong is that it’s connected to the Jets, and once again, while the Jets are preparing for an important football game, they are made to answer questions about a dumb coach or a dumb whore.

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Jets’ coach Rex Ryan’s wife Michelle Ryan, or as we suspect, banned youtube member ihaveprettyfeet (above).

The indignity never ceases with the New York Jets.  Fresh off a stunning, season saving win over Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, and what may have been a career saving win for the Jets’ 2nd year head coach, comes the news, along with video evidence that Rex’s wife may be a notorious foot fetish video internet poster, and more disturbing we guess, that it seems Rex has played camera man/off camera co-star to his pretty footed wife.

We wish we were making this up.  We prayed it was made up.  But upon seeing the video, we at least, have zero doubts.  And what’s worse?  Dolphins fans were first to the news reported by www.deadspin.com, adding insult to the injurious and pathetic loss to the Dolphags we suffered at home last week in which we dropped but could not score a touchdown.

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See for yourself:

This May Or May Not Be Rex Ryan’s Wife Making Foot-Fetish Videos (UPDATE)

This May Or May Not Be Rex Ryan's Wife Making Foot-Fetish Videos (UPDATE)There’s a celebrity in the foot-fetish world who posts videos with titles like “Hot Mature Sexy Feet.” The videos feature a woman who looks like Jets coach Rex Ryan’s wife, Michelle — and, in one, a man offscreen who sounds like Rex.

A few years back, YouTube user “ihaveprettyfeet” — who shares a number of personal characteristics with Michelle, though we’ll get to that later — made a series of videos, apparently starring herself. In them, her feet, whether in stockings or shoes or simply bare, are always prominently displayed. An attractive older blonde, “ihaveprettyfeet” became hugely popular, to the point that when YouTube banned her account for terms of service violations, devotees took to message boards to wonder where she’d gone.

Her videos have been reposted by others on YouTube, and with so many followers, it was only a matter of time before one of them happened to be both a Jets fan and a Deadspin reader, too. We received a tip from one such person that “ihaveprettyfeet” was the spitting image of Michelle Ryan, wife of maybe the most popular coach in the NFL. “At least a twin sister,” the tipster said. Michelle Ryan doesn’t have a twin sister, but judge for yourself.

This May Or May Not Be Rex Ryan's Wife Making Foot-Fetish Videos (UPDATE)

We were told by one source that if this is Michelle Ryan, there’s no way Rex knows about it. But listen closely to the voice of the cameraman. Multiple viewers, including a YouTube commenter, have observed that it sounds an awful lot like Rex. Now, we’re not into feet or anything, but if that is indeed Michelle, and that is indeed Rex, well, more power to the both of them. Like many, many people out there, Rex is just in love with his wife’s feet. Shit, it’s almost romantic.

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So Tom Coughlin locks himself in a dark room for 2.5 hours after a bad loss and RexRyan goes off and makes some foot porn?  I’m gonna fuckin’ puke.  Deadspin goes on to say that ihaveprettyfeet toned down her internet act in mid 2009, around the time that the Jets’ were seriously considered making Ryan the head coach.  And the good folks at www.deadspin.com also have ihaveprettyfeet, then of Ellicott City, Maryland (Rex came from the Ravens), as a registered member of a swingers dating site.  Woody Johnson’s donating stacks to Mitt Romney; he is not going to enjoy the continued shenanigans one bit.

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I need to throw up a few times and then plunge myself into great white shark infested waters.  If I survive, I’d respectly request a tractor or tank run me over.  I know it’s true.  Rex talks so much, I could tell his voice anywhere.  This is like Death and the Maiden for me when I heard Rex’s voice–I became Sigourney Weaver.

Don’t worry Jets fans.  Sure, it was hard to top getting trounced by the Pats 45-3 in terms of embarrassment, but of course, the Jets have limitless embarrassment potential. 

The fire Ryan/hire Gruden petition will be together soon, but in the meantime, I’ll be needing a grenade to stick in my mouth.  They dare bring more ridicule to this poor franchise.

I can’t abide.  She does have pretty feet for a 47 year old though!

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Super Bowl winning Giants’ coach Tom Coughlin (above).

On what he did after Sunday’s 4th quarter debacle against the Eagles that culminated in a DeSean Jackson walk off punt return TD, given in a not purposely funny interview:

Asked what he did after the awful loss, Coughlin was rhetorical.

“What did I do? I sat in a room with the lights out for about two and a half hours,” he said. “It’s not funny. It’s not the way it’s supposed to be.”

Really?

“Yeah. Sure I did. What was I going to do? Join in on what festivities? What time of the year?”

After answering a few more football related questions, the topic returned to Coughlin and the dark room.

How many losses have you had where you’ve gone and sat in the dark?

“A few, unfortunately. Sometimes the Christmas lights weren’t on,” he said.

Is this the worst one that you can remember?

“I’d say it’s the worst one that I want to remember,” Coughlin added.

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Sorry Tom.  You’re a fine coach, and we know you’ll pull the Giants through this.  But yo, giving yourself the lights out treatment is so funny to us, and totally understnadable.  Do us a favor and stick Rex in there with you next time.  He can use it.

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