Patriots head coach Bill Belichick wasn't in the mood to field questions about Tim Tebow during a press conference earlier today. But when the New York media got a hold of Jets head coach Rex Ryan, he was more than happy to answer a few questions about his former player. Er, okay. So maybe "happy" isn't the right word. But Rex did what Rex always does when he's asked controversial questions—he answered them and got a few laughs with his answers. Specifically, he said that it would be "fine" with him if the Pats decided to start Tebow at QB ahead of Tom Brady.
"If they want to replace Brady with him," he said, "that's fine."
But towards the end of the press conference, when reporters hounded Ryan about whether or not Tebow could play tight end if he wanted to, Ryan finally decided he had had enough.
"All these questions are probably better served to ask New England and Belichick," he said. "I'm sure you'll get answers from him."
Ha. Fiiiiiiine. But would you really rather answer questions about Mark Sanchez?! Yeah, that's what we thought.
RELATED: 8 Jobs for Tim Tebow After the NFL
[via New York Daily News]