Rex

& Jets skip film, move on quickly past Bengals

By DENNIS WASZAK Jr. - AP Sports Writer
    2013-10-28 16:27

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) - Rex Ryan chose to not have his New York Jets watch film together of their 49-9 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, opting to move on quickly from the embarrassing defeat.

Ryan says Monday that everyone realizes what happened in the loss, and didn't need to see the game again to know that ''we got our butts kicked.'' Several Jets, including rookie quarterback Geno Smith, say they watched film on their own.

The coach says the team is already focusing on the New Orleans Saints, whom Ryan mistakenly said are 7-1 instead of 6-1. He then poked fun at himself, saying he hopes that wasn't foreshadowing.

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The Jets haven't won - or lost - consecutive games this season, a trend Ryan says he hopes continues at least for this week.

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