NY Jets football coach Rex Ryan and his wife Michelle, the alleged “I have pretty feet” foot fetish video model that has the sports world all aghast, are in the media spotlight at present, much to Ryan’s displeasure, according to the New York Post.
The Atlanta Falcons are more than happy to take the backseat on this one, acquiesing the spotlight to the Jets, as they have no desire to have to contend with the foot fetish label sure to follow the Jets for eons to come.
Atlanta Falcons players and their coaches are spending their time on the field and working their game, letting the NY Jets coach Rex Ryan focus on his feet fallout up North.
Jets coach speaks about fetish
Jets’ Rex Ryan recently told his players–specifically the ones who hadn’t heard the latest news about the controversy surrounding his wife and his attempt to video tape her for potential suitors:
“You guys might know about this internet situation. Some of you guys might not know. You’ll find out later on today. Right now I feel embarrassed,” which is more than he is saying to the press on the topic.
According to the New York Post, old sexual fantasies posted online at several dating sites, including a risque site named “Alt.com” are coming back to haunt the coach and his wife, Michelle, who he has been married to for 23 years.
Jets coach Rex Ryan allegedly into threesomes
New York Jets’ normally outspoken coach was wordless, according to the Post, about the online dating profile he and wife Michelle allegedly created prior to his Jets days.
The profile, which mentions their interest in “sex torture” and “threesomes” has sparked talk on the web far and wide, including in the Bible Belt of the South.
“Oh my gosh! Have you seen his wife’s picture? She looks like your average plain Jane housewife and he sure doesn’t look like a man into sex torture or threesomes. But I guess you just don’t know how depraved people can be no matter how they look on the outside,” one Atlantan commented.
Sex torture not “negative” to Jets player
Rex Ryan’s players are less shocked, with one acting like it is “business as usual” and playing football is the only thing that matters up North, “Foot fetish? Whatever,” the Jets’ Darrelle Revis said.
“At the end of the day, that’s his wife and he can do whatever he wants with his wife,” Revis added.
Revis, obviously not too keen on the definition of sexual immorality for married couples and the definition of sexual adultery went on to add, “It’s not like he’s out committing adultery or anything negative.”
Threesome sex relations doesn’t count as adultery since the wife participates?
Sex torture isn’t “negative”?
Atlanta resident weighs in on difference between South and North…still
One Atlantan had this to say in response to Revis’ comments, “I’m so glad I live in the South and the Atlanta Falcons and their coaches focus on football instead of feet. Didn’t anyone teach that boy the difference between a positive action and a negative one in New York? I just can’t see how he thinks any kind of torture is positive.”
Jets’ General Manager Mike Tannenbaum and Jets team owner Woody Johnson didn’t come out and call evil good, per se, like Darrelle Revis, but they did say that the Jets’ coach Rex Ryan does still enjoy their “full support,” according to the Post.
What about you? do you think the Jets coach and his wife’s desire to mix and mingle in threesomes and sex torture are “negative”? Is participation in a threesome the same as committing adultery or do you think Darrelle Revis is right and it is between the Jets coach Rex Ryan and his wife Michelle what they do “off the field?”
Reference: New York Post