At least twice in the three or so weeks since the 2010 season officially drew to a close with Super Bowl XLV, Jets’ head coach Rex Ryan has predicted that New York will win the Super Bowl (if there is one) next season (if there is one) at least twice, even going so far as to gurantee it.
This isn’t really surprising, of course.
Ryan has been making such lofty predictions since he arrived in New York, and has never shied away from peppering discussions of the team’s chances in any given year with the term “Super Bowl.” And, in the past two years, Ryan’s Jets have come a conference championship game victory short of having a chance to make good on the prediction.
But that’s not really Jason Garrett’s style. Garrett, who is currently in Indianapolis for the NFL Scouting Combine, was asked recently if he would like to make a similar guarantee.
"I can not do the same,'' Garrett said, per the Dallas Morning News. "I can not do the same. We certainly all want to compete and participate and win a Super Bowl. We're going to be more focused on the process along the way.''
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