“On to L.A. I guess,” Ryan said in a low, monotone voice.
After defeating the Patriots 16–0 on Sunday, Bills coach Rex Ryan was feeling good. He strutted to the podium for his postgame presser with a Clemson hat in hand, which he’d display after the Tigers’ big win on Saturday, and a zinger, which he’d hit the world with right out of the gate.
“On to L.A. I guess,” Ryan said in a low, monotone voice, mocking New England coach Bill Belichick. “God, It feels good to finally win here.”
Belichick, of course, famously proclaimed repeatedly that the team was moving “on to Cincinnati” after a bad loss in Week 4 two seasons ago.
This isn’t the first time Ryan has poked fun at Belichick’s comment. He did just hours after the famous presser:
Rex has always been obsessed with defeating the Patriots, which made his win a bit sweeter on Sunday. Be on the lookout for his comments leading up to their next meeting on Oct. 30.
– Kenny Ducey