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1991

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Ryan is a global tax services firm that provides a comprehensive range of state, local, federal, and international tax advisory and consulting services on a multi-jurisdictional basis, including audit defense, tax recovery, credits and incentives, tax process improvement and automation, tax appeals, tax compliance, and strategic planning.

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Rex Ryan hammers the Jets' defense. He's not wrong.

Nov 15, 2021

Head coach Robert Saleh of the New York Jets looks on in the first half against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 14, 2021 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Credit: Jim McIsaac Updated November 15, 2021 3:04 PM Rex Ryan has generally held his fire when it comes to criticizing the Jets, in part because he remains friendly with team owner Woody Johnson and because of an affinity he still holds for the team he led to two AFC Championship Games in his first go-round as an NFL head coach. But this time, he couldn’t help himself. After yet another putrid performance from Robert Saleh’s defense in Sunday’s 45-17 home loss to the Bills, Ryan unloaded on his old team, specifically the woeful state of the defense he once presided over. "This is a horrendous defense," Ryan, now an ESPN analyst, said on ESPN Radio’s "DiPietro & Rothenberg Show" Monday morning. "This guy [Saleh] is supposed to be a defensive guru. I heard everything, and I take it personal on this one. Everything I heard was about, ‘Well, this guy is a lot like myself but without the bad part.’ Yeah? Well, some of the bad part you need, because this team doesn’t play with any damn heart. That’s the disappointing thing to me." After watching the Jets’ defense the last month, it’s hard to argue the point. Saleh’s group hasn’t just been bad, it has been historically bad. The Jets have surrendered a combined 175 points in that span, the second most by any team since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger and the first team since the 1966 Giants to allow 45 or more points in three out of four games. Saleh can point to injuries as one factor in the dismal play — the Jets lost pass rusher Carl Lawson to an Achilles injury in the preseason, and starting safeties Marcus Maye and Lamarcus Joyner are both out for the year. The Jets are also going with young cornerbacks, including Brandin Echols, who suffered a quad injury on Sunday. But every team has injury issues, so this wretched series of performances isn’t simply a result of manpower shortages. This is a scheme-based problem. And an emotional one, too. Get stories, photos and videos about your favorite New York teams in your inbox every morning. By clicking Sign up, you agree to our privacy policy . "Every man should be embarrassed," veteran defensive lineman Sheldon Rankins said after Sunday’s loss. "Every man should be angry." It was a pitiful performance, even with journeyman quarterback Mike White’s four interceptions and wide receiver Corey Davis’ late first-half fumble. A week earlier, the Jaguars held the Bills to just two field goals in a 9-6 upset in Jacksonville. No excuses for the Jets. "Obviously, it’s not good enough," Saleh said. "It always starts with me." Saleh said one of the hallmarks of his defenses in San Francisco, where he helped the 49ers to a Super Bowl run after the 2019 season, was that they improved over the course of the season. The opposite is happening in his first year as the Jets’ coach. This defense has regressed badly. "Don’t ever compare this guy to me, this Robert Saleh to me," Ryan said. Ryan doesn’t buy the injury issue. "Now they’re going to use it, ‘Well, we never had our safety,’ " he said. "So what? Everybody else has a million injuries, let alone an above-average safety you’re missing. I remember playing without five corners. It never looked this bad." Ryan’s defenses were mostly superb during his time with the Jets, particularly in 2009 and 2010, when he led the team to back-to-back AFC Championship Games with his "Ground-and-Pound" approach of running the football and playing good defense. Before coming to the Jets, Ryan was a terrific defensive coordinator for the Ravens. "To me, I’m a little [upset] when I hear this guy's background is a lot like [mine]," Ryan said of Saleh. "No, it isn’t. No, it isn’t." While the quarterback question has dominated the conversation about the Jets in recent weeks, the Zach Wilson-Mike White controversy shouldn’t mask an equally glaring problem for Saleh. He needs to find answers for the other side of the ball just as much as he does on offense, where White likely played his way out of the job as long as Wilson is ready to return from a knee injury. You can’t put out a defense this woeful week after week, regardless of injuries and regardless of your opponents. You have to be competitive at least, and that simply isn’t happening over the last month, starting with the 54-point shellacking Bill Belichick put on the Jets in Foxborough. If Saleh is going to win over this town, he’s going to have to put out a much better product than the one we’ve seen so far. Young team or not, the Jets shouldn’t be this bad. Saleh has eight games left to fix it and give victory-starved fans something to be proud of and not embarrassed about.

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Ryan has filed 6 patents.

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