“He has got to go get back and start working; That’s the only way you get better. You have to work. He’s a prideful guy. It’s got to get better and it should get better. That’s probably not the opponent you want to try and get better against, but we have to. If we go out, and we do our assignments and we play with our technique and our passion, we’ll be okay.
You would’ve loved if he would’ve been there for the minicamps and training camp (to experience mistakes), but the fact is, he wasn’t. So he has to do it now. He’s had his moments. He’s played well at times, and then he’s had some other ones when, quite honestly, he’s played like a rookie. I’m expecting this young man to bounce back.”
- Rex Ryan on Dee Milliner (Source: Star Ledger)