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Monday, December 6, 2021

Bob Reissman: Robert Saleh looks bad because the Jets coach lets Rex Ryan get the best out of him

Robert Saleh did not go into complete media panic. But the Jets head coach has revealed his sensitive side. He let you see him sweat. This is not good.

When he reacted to Rex Ryan, one of ESPN’s paid professional agitators, Saleh revealed that he might not have the guts or guile to pilot the Mad Train, which is the New York Jets. Saleh disliked Ryan, a former Jets trainer who, during an interview on ESPN-98.7, turned his criticism of Gang Green into a personal attack.

“Never compare this Robert Saleh guy to me,” Ryan told Rick DiPietro and Dave Rothenberg of 98.7 in disgust. Ryan then proceeded to deliver the ultimate insult, saying the Salehs Jets “don’t want to play with a goddamn heart.”

Later that Monday, on Michael Kay’s Show 98.7, Saleh decided it was the right idea to return fire to Ryan. He said he “never” met Ryan or spoke to him. “I don’t even know him, except that people know him all over the league,” Saleh said. “Obviously, if it’s that personal to him, he knows where to find me.”

Ryan won this verbal skirmish because he made Saleh react. Mostly Ryan helps his cause at ESPN. Ever since he arrived in Bristol, Ryan has worked hard trying to keep the rhythm. It is a big deal for Ryan that he showed his personal dislike (artificial or otherwise) for Saleh for everyone to hear on one of ESPN’s radio platforms, causing a controversy that went beyond the New York market. For at least one day, it also helped Ryan stand out on the ground of thousands of NFL ESPN analysts.

For Saleh, all this is not so good. This only made his job more difficult. The road was better for him. When Saleh heard what Ryan had to say, his response, as ESPN’s Keeshon Johnson said, should have been, “Rex, who?” Saleh should have joked. He should have put Ryan verbally in the Big Joker folder and moved on. Instead, he took this nonsense seriously. Saleh was a distraction.

Saleh also presented himself as small, not choosing the long way. If he ignored Ryan, he would show not only the class, but also the coach, who is especially focused on preparing his team for the game with the dolphins on Sunday. That should be his top priority, right?

Instead, Ryan’s situation turned into a bad media scene for Saleh. Later in the week, the coach was called a spanking. After once defended the media / Valley of Dumb Pets of Mike White, Saleh decided to give starting quarterback Joe Flacco on Sunday against Miami. This opened Saleh to more criticism from the media. Is there anything else in the store?

Nobody called for his resignation. Saleh’s ludicrous reaction to Ryan’s words may well be unusual. But if this is not the case, if he is truly incapable of turning the other cheek, Saleh’s media problems have just begun.


Will the Manning Brothers add Barber Brothers to their Top Guest List at ManningCast?

With the Giants and Buccaneers meeting on Monday night, it should come as no surprise if Tiki and Rond show up. And if they do, how soon will one of the mouths raise the “feud” of Eli-Tiki, which dates back to 2007.

It was then that Tiki, who worked for NBC in between the NFL’s preseason tilt, said that Eli’s attempt at an offensive meeting with the Giants was “comical.” Eli returned fire and a “feud” began. The two continued to remedy the situation, but as it turned out, Tiki’s characterization was not wrong.

Anyone who watches ESPN2’s ManningCast now knows that Eli’s comedy styles are real. Peyton’s joke is also funny.

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There is a proven way to spoil the TV coverage of a highly anticipated game.

Take TNT’s Tuesday Warriors-Nets tilt. It was a game that took a minimalist approach. Rather than letting the game progress, TNT’s brains opted to use a three-person cockpit. This is especially annoying / distracting when Brian Anderson is doing game after game.

The man loves to yak. And in Warriors-Nets, which works with Stan Van Gundy and Grant Hill, Anderson, who often wanders into analyst territory, kept viewers from breathing. For four quarters it was continuous chatter – chatter.

Looks like SVG and Hill were struggling to earn themselves points.

Very uncomfortable.


The overlap and conflicts that arise with many of today’s multi-concert network broadcasters can jeopardize journalistic standards.

So Tuesday was refreshing to see ESPN’s Mina Kimes set fire to the planning for the Los Angeles Rams (Kimes is working on his pre-season slopes) and Peter Schrager of Good Morning Football, who collaborated with Sean McVeigh on a podcast series last summer. tore the team apart. for their terrible performance over the past two weeks.

Very encouraging.


CBS pays big bucks to Tony Romo to become the # 1 NFL analyst. However, his opinion of the controversy in the NFL shouldn’t benefit him. When Jim Nantz told the story of Aaron Rogers’ vaccine / immunization during a performance in Seattle Green Bay, Romo became totally vanilla. He played in Switzerland, telling all viewers to move on. Weak. … At the start of the Tennessee-Georgia match, CBS’s Gary Danielson and Brad Nessler constantly reminded the Eyeballs of how the Oxen play quickly under new head coach Josh Huepel, rarely getting overwhelmed. Was the CBS truck eavesdropping? Despite warnings of an imminent replay, CBS insisted on broadcasting reruns and skipping live shows. Annoying! … ESPN’s Brian (Mr.) Caster at SportsCenter retired after gambling leading to NBA Countdown on Wednesday. Bi-Kas asked, “What are the odds of how many Grinnie’s words are? [Mike Greenberg] get into the NBA Countdown? ” Ouch! … A gripping FAN interview by Craig Carton and Evan Roberts with former NFL QB Ryan Leaf (once # 1 in NFL history), focusing on his drug problems, seeking redemption and helping others. … Bing bong? What happened to him. And those VOS Gasbags that were shaking about the Knicks should have swapped places, right? How soon will they start to include Tom Thibodeau? … Stephen A. Smith tells everyone who listens that Kyrie Irving “betrayed” Kevin Durant. So what happened to the SAS view that a man or woman should stand up for what he or she believes in despite the consequences? Isn’t that what Irving is doing?

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To pay in advance. It’s not overly complicated and it really works. Smith, a Packers linebacker who was injured for most of the season, saw a woman in front of him at a car dealership who needed a $ 2,000 water pump. He went over and paid for it. Very good!


The Big 12 Commish is clearly not one of those who are concerned with free speech. He ordered the Texas Tech football radio voice teams (Brian Jensen and John Harris) to be suspended for one game for criticizing the inconsistency of the game officials (they named every referee and called Bowlsby) during Red Raiders 41-38. victory over the state of Iowa.


What (Jets Defense Coordinator) Jeff Ulbrich said, “I don’t know if I answered that question well, but we’re not going to make huge fundamental changes.”

What kind Jeff Ulbrich means: “No change – small or large – will fix this protection.”

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