Those Ryan brothers can be a feisty bunch when they get agitated.
The Dallas Cowboys beat the Giants on opening night this year, and Rob Ryan feels like the Giants blamed that loss on everything accept the good game the Cowboys played.
Rob Ryan is seething mad about the lack of respect, and according to the New York Post, he thinks it’s “bull sh*t.”
“I understand we played the Giants before and the only reason we stopped them was their lack of execution, that it had nothing to do with our players or our scheme,” Ryan said yesterday during his weekly media session, his voice dripping with sarcasm. “That’s been well documented. That was said.
“They give a lot of credit where credit is due, and it’s just because of their lack of execution. We got the message, we understand that. That’ll be great. We’re looking forward to that challenge. They’re the Super Bowl champs. We’ve given them nothing but respect. They’ve hung a million yards up on us before. Then when we played them the first game of the year, they just had a bad day.”
When asked about the Giants faulting themselves, and not the Cowboys defense, Ryan got offended again.
“I hear it. I got big ears, and I heard things after the game and I was like, ‘That’s a bunch of bulls–t.’ But it’s OK. We’ll find out [tomorrow].”
“Like they said, it was all them — they self-destructed, apparently, against us last time,” Ryan said, keeping the sarcasm level high. “Hopefully, they have another bad game. We’ll take another miracle. That would be great.”