Geno Smith claps back at former Jets coach Rex Ryan
Former New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith didn’t really live up to the initial hype surrounding him upon making his way to the professional ranks of the NFL.
However, that didn’t stop Smith from promptly clapping back at former Jets head coach Rex Ryan, who made some choice remarks about the former West Virginia Mountaineers standout when discussing New England Patriots quarterback Bill Belichick on Tuesday.
“Let’s give [Belichick] somebody else; let’s give him Geno Smith; let’s give him whoever, and let’s see how many Super Bowls he would have won. We saw the answer was zero in Cleveland,” Ryan said on ESPN.
With longtime Patriots quarterback Tom Brady recently making his way to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, it is now time for football fans to see who continues their legacy at the highest level. On the other hand, Ryan and Smith have now brought themselves into the picture with a slow offseason of news trickling along.
“My momma never liked dude he been a snake. . and y’all glorify it. . should’ve got fired after yr1,” Smith tweeted. ” truth is we won 8 games after ESPN had us winning two and he got his job back. .somehow I’m caught up in a feud and I’m the scapegoat. . Same guy that drafted me. #TheBusiness”
Smith wasn’t done just yet, though, as the former Jets signal-caller continued to dish out the punishment to Ryan, who is now a regular on ESPN.
“I could easily go on and on about the bs I see but truthfully I’m so happy I don’t even bother,” Smith added. “God put me in this position where even my enemies gotta mention my name . . so I just sit back and watch the show!
“Where I’m from if a man talk about another man while that man isn’t present, a man don’t listen!”
Unfortunately for all of the Jets fans stuck in the middle of this madness, New York hasn’t faired much better in recent years.