There is no coach in the NFL who generates more headlines than Rex Ryan of the New York Jets. New Orleans Saints headman Sean Payton was once suspended for his role in a bounty scandal, and still, he’s practically ignored compared to good old Rex. Proof of that has been generated via press conferences about sleeping eight hours a night, about questionable tattoos, about questionable vacations and now, we’ve all gotten a good reminder thanks to the coach telling his players to ignore their wives.

According to The New York Daily News, Ryan told Jets players during a heated speech that he didn’t want any of them doing anything with their wives over the next week. He doesn’t want them taking out the trash, picking the kids up from practices or doing any household chores. Instead, he wants each to focus on being ready for the upcoming New England Patriots game.

Some players wondered whether the rule meant no sex. Others wondered if they could get a note from the coach to give to their wives in order to avoid running into problems with their significant others. On the one hand, it’s easy to see where he’s coming from. The Patriots game is not only incredibly important for his team’s chances of making the playoffs, it’s incredibly important for his own job security. Everyone in the organization could really use a good season, and in order for that to happen, they need to focus.

On the other hand, however, there’s something ludicrous about a coach advising players not to do their household chores. I’m not sure any other boss in any profession would dare tell men not to take out the trash in their own homes. It’s not exactly like that’s the most physically taxing activity.

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