Despite the unconventional ways of the Broncos offense, they found a way to beat the New York Jets. Rex Ryan was impressed with their effort.
“It’s tough to stop 11-on-11 football like that,” Ryan said. “We gave up a big play at the end of the game. Obviously a critical error, but the young man made the play. Tebow made the play so we have to give them credit.”
The Broncos had 229 total yards on offense, but Rex’s brother and Cowboys defensive coordinator, Rob Ryan, doesn’t think that the Broncos college style offense will work in the long term.
“I don’t like it because it’s college football,” Ryan said Friday at Valley Ranch, entertaining reporters during his weekly media session. “We’re getting a lot of two tight ends blocking for empty sets. Who would have ever thought that? This is the NFL. Those teams don’t win.” – Star Telegram
The team won last night and they’re 4-1 since Tebow started running the offense, so maybe Rob Ryan should worry about his own team right now.