Ryan Watches 'Nightmare of a Game'

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After the Patriots’ fourth touchdown in six minutes Thursday night, the NBC cameras panned to Rex Ryan. Nostrils flaring, eyes burning, he looked like a man who had chased a bushel of habaneros with a bucket of nails. He said but one word: unbelievable.

This being Ryan, of course, he added an expletive. It was surprising that he uttered only one. On national television, the Jets were humbled,...

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