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Bart Scott Rips Marcell Dareus For ‘Being High’ Instead of learning Rex Ryan’s Defense


Marcell Dareus set himself up for this, especially in lieu of his penchant for preferring a blunt of synthetic weed any day of the week!

The Bills $100 million nose tackle addressed the firing of head coach Rex Ryan — partially blaming it on the “complex” system that Rex and brother Rob implemented.

Bart Scott played for Rex Ryan in two different cities, and would have none of Dareus’s insults — ripping the Bills star in a sit down with Hannah Withiam of the New York Post.

Scott believes that Dareus’ comment signaled a larger problem within the organization.

“That might sum the whole thing up — because that’s the guy that you gave $100 million,” Scott, an NFL analyst these days, said on “The DA Show,” referring to a six-year extension worth $108 million Dareus signed in 2015. “Instead of reading his play book, he was too busy lighting up. Are you serous?”

“First of all, I’ve been in this system my entire career. Eleven years, I’ve been in this system,” said Scott, who played with Ryan in Baltimore, too. “As a defensive lineman, you only have like four (or five) fronts. Man, if you can’t remember five fronts, I don’t know what to tell you, bro. We can’t put the play book in crayon.”

Dareus was suspended four games this season for testing positive for marijuana and one game in 2014 following an arrest for possession of a controlled substance.

Scott continued to ether Dareus — even choosing to break down a random set for the non-novice in the room, and admitting that the Ryan’s use code words to make the learning curve easier for their players.

“I can explain to you the entire defense,” Scott said. “(One) call might be ‘Bull Fire Zone.’ What’s the first letter of bull? … Boundary. (The pressure is) coming from the boundary. That’s all Dareus has to know.

“I’ve had teammates that were special needs in high school and college. I played with at least four teammates that were dyslexic and they picked it up. So Marcell Dareus needs to be re-evaluated. I don’t know what his Wonderlic was, but for him to say that defense was complicated, I don’t know.”

Dareus will take this L — especially considering that he’s probably responsible for processing the least amount of information at any given time.