TALE OF THE TAPE

Tale Of The Tape: Who’s Easier To Cheer For? Rex Ryan Vs. Rob Ryan

Rex Ryan
Rob Ryan
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Name?
Winner “Rex” is great! It’s like a dinosaur!
Meh. It’s fine.
Hair?
Rex has your standard $12 haircut that you can set your watch to. how boring.
Winner Rob has long flowing hair, much like a proud lion.
Is He A Loudmouth?
I’m a Pats fan, but even without that qualifier...yes.
Winner It seems that Rob has been better about keeping mum this season. Animated, yes. But there seem to be fewer quotes floating around.
Publicly Known Fetish?
Ew. Yes. Gross. Ugh.
Winner Mercifully not.
More Likeable Team?
Winner Again, Pats fan here. I can’t vote for Rex. Never ever ever.
Winner But...as much as I legitimately like Drew Brees, and the city of New Orleans, and the nice story of the Saints' success post-Katrina...there’s still the whole Bountygate thing.
Better Fan Interactions?
If there are any, I haven’t heard of ‘em
Winner Rob’s been spotting partying with Nola Locals at least twice this season. He’s in full on Bill Murray mode.

The Winner Is

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Winner Rob Ryan
5 out of 6

With a score of 5-2, Rob Ryan takes it! Man, his stock has really been rising ever since he left the Cowboys, huh?
-Brian Cullen, CBS Local Sports contributor

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