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NFL Analyst Rex Ryan Rips Into Chargers’ Brandon Staley


After the Chargers’ Sunday loss to the Packers, if you’re a fan, you’re probably not happy with head coach Brandon Staley. However, the group of irate individuals extends beyond the followers.

Many national pundits expressed their opinions about Staley, but none were more critical than ESPN analyst and former head coach Rex Ryan, who suggested Staley return to coaching Division III football.

How do I feel about that? Ryan stated on ESPN’s Get Up, “I believe he should return to Division III football, where he belongs.”

The most recent game in which Los Angeles lost by three or fewer points was against Green Bay.

Although the numerous interceptions and Austin Ekeler’s fumble close to the goal line may have contributed to this defeat, Staley’s defense once again fell short, allowing Jordan Love to pass for more than 300 yards for the first time in his career.

Despite being regarded as a defensive genius, Staley’s defense is currently ranked 31st in total defense.

“Look, this guy. Look at his resume, man. I mean, I’m sorry. He spent one year coordinating a team that my wife could coach with Aaron Donald and all those guys,” Ryan added.

“Stop it. And trust me, she’d do a hell of a lot better job than this guy’s doing with his defense. They’re the second-highest payroll in the National Football League and they’re the second-worst. Like, this team is atrocious.”

After the game, Staley’s postgame press conference went viral due to his angry outburst at a reporter who inquired about possibly changing the defensive playcalling.

“I’m sorry, your job is to sit up there and answer questions. That man has a right, or that woman has a right to ask any question she wants. You get paid to answer those things,” Ryan said regarding Staley’s presser.

“Alright? Handle it. The reason they’re questioning you is because you’re atrocious on defense. Give it to anybody else. Let somebody else coach, ’cause it ain’t getting done.”

Even though there are a lot of people calling for Staley to be fired, it’s unlikely that will happen right now because ownership has never fired a head coach in the middle of the season.

He has seven games left to try to turn things around, starting this Sunday night against the Ravens, a formidable team.

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