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NFL Betting: Rex Ryan praises Tom Brady

Written by Matt Stevens   
Wednesday, 21 November 2012 21:58

Jets vs Patriots OddsRex Ryan sounded like he was reading a Hollywood script. Head coach of the New York Jets - who loves Tom Brady in a recent Adam Sandler comedy, in which hhe plays the role of a devoted fan of the New England Patriots - effusively praised quarterback of the Patriots this Tuesday.

"You can almost say it's a machine out there," said Ryan, whose team faces the Patriots on Thursday night in a game they must win. "The thing about him is that he is a machine, is a passionate leader. Their competitive side brings to his team. That's what you get with this quarterback class that appears once in a generation".

The Jets (4-6) face a Brady on. From Week 7 showdown between the AFC East rivals, Brady is 4-0 with 11 touchdown passes and no interceptions. He has won his last three games against the Jets, throwing for 909 yards.

Ryan marveled at the Patriots' offense, alluding to their classification in the No. 1 in total offense and points scored.

Said they are in the No. 4 passing offense, adding sarcastically, "Yes, they are having problems. That's something that maybe we can take advantage."


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Brady will be without one of their key weapons on offense against the Jets, after the tight end, Rob Gronkowski, submit to surgery for a fractured forearm.

After saying that the Jets have dealt with injuries of key players (Darrelle Revis and Santonio Holmes), Ryan was firm on the injury suffered by the Patriots.

"I feel sorry for them, let's say," he said Ryan.

Ryan Jets have proven some success against Brady, having won three of eight meetings, including an upset win in the divisional round of the 2010 playoffs. But only twice the Jets have remained below a passer rating of 89.

In the final showdown, the Jets caused some problems for Brady during the first 58 minutes of the game, but Brady led the Patriots to score the equalizer field goal in the final of the second half and then took the field goal record the victory in overtime.

"When it mattered most, threw the ball and got the win," Ryan said. "We know so well to each other. Know enough about Tom Brady to know that if he knows exactly what's on the field defensively, you're in trouble."

Ryan Brady talked about many times, which made his role in the film was even more comical. Playing the role of a lawyer who lives in Boston in "That's My Boy", gushes Ryan Brady and Bill Belichick. In his most important scene, Ryan is upset when Sandler's character throws a chair to a Brady poster on the wall of his office.

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