Ryan also went on vacation, to the Bahamas, where he claims to have had an epiphany. The problem with theJets' offense, he decided, is that he has not left his imprint on it.
How can that possibly be true after four years?
"That's a great question," Ryan said. "I think I just have failed in that area."
Johnson nodded and smiled at both the question and the answer. Ryan went on to say he's always wanted an "all-weather offense," not necessarily "ground and pound." He wants unpredictable. He wants attack mode.
He mentioned running the pistol. Yes, the pistol. The new offensive coordinator, whoever he is, has been warned.
These are the New York Jets, who defy NFL convention.