NFL gambling fans will see a new head coach and quarterback for the Jets entering the 2009 sports gambling season. Rex Ryan takes over as head coach of the Jets for this NFL gambling season replacing Eric Mangini. Ryan made his sports gambling fame with the Baltimore Ravens where he departed as defensive coordinator and assistant head coach.
Ryan spent 10 NFL gambling seasons at Baltimore and during that tenure the Ravens never finished lower than 6th in the league for total defense. During his NFL gambling career in Baltimore his defense was the best for points allowed in that 10 year period, and allowed the fewest rushing yards.
In those 10 NFL gambling season’s Ryan’s defense posted the most shutouts, takeaways, interceptions, interceptions for touchdowns, and was the top ranked unit for stopping 3rd down conversions.
His defense last year was 2nd best in the entire league and a major reason why Baltimore made the AFC title game and a lot of money for NFL gambling fans. Ryan’s defensive acumen is going to be much needed for the upcoming 2009 NFL gambling season as the Jets are highly vulnerable at quarterback.
Brett Favre started out with a bang but ended up with a whimper and without the respect of most of his Jet teammates last year. He is gone and the current number one quarterback on the depth chart is Kellen Clemens.
Clemons will enter his 4th NFL gambling season with a terrible 59.3 career quarterback rating and a poor 5/11 touchdown/interception ratio. Erik Ainge is listed as his backup and Mark Sanchez may quickly move up the charts as the number one draft pick of the Jets and the 5th overall selection in the league.
Running back Thomas Jones will be the most important Jet on offense. He ran for 1312 yards and 13 touchdowns last year with a 4.5 yards per carry average. He will be needed to keep the heat off of the QB’s. If Ryan can improve the defense the Jets may be a good “under” team for 2009.
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