Say what you want about Rex Ryan, at least he is consistent.
The Head Coach of the New York Jets has shown his usual amount of bravado this offseason as he looks to rebound from a disappointing 6-10 season that almost cost Ryan his job.
If he's feeling the pressure, he certainly isn't showing it.
In truth, if there isn't a dramatic turnaround, Ryan will be dismissed. He was fortunate to keep his job at the end of last season, especially when you consider the firings the Jets made all around the brash coach.
They basically cleaned house, making everyone but Ryan the scapegoat for the Jets failures. Reports suggest that Ryan had talked his way out of his removal, using his two AFC Championship game appearances when he was first hired as Jets coach as an example of what could be achieved with him at the helm.
Ryan recently said after the Jets first set of OTA's: "I'm a hell of a lot better football coach than I'm given credit for".
Recent form suggests otherwise.