Prophets, preaching from pulpits across the Valley of the Stupid, will continue moaning over Jets suits deciding to turn their training camp over to snooping HBO cameras. These cameras will look to uncover deep, dark summer secrets on a show called “Hard Knocks.” The legion of doom, those equating a change in the NFL overtime rules to the fall of Western civilization, call the Jets going showbiz, turning the clock back to the glitzy days of Joe Namath and Sonny Werblin, a major distraction. After all, training camp is for training, not for producing a weekly prime time reality show that, on any given night, is watched by four million HBO subscribers. Does the Jets’ organization have its priorities backward? “The naysayers picked the wrong coach to throw this kind of cynicism at. Rex Ryan knows exactly what he’s doing,” HBO Sports boss Ross Greenburg said Thursday. “He’s orchestrated a change in character and philosophy. This is a take-no-prisoners attitude that he’s developed and they just …don’t… care. “Rex is going to do it his way and his way includes ‘Hard Knocks.'” This is a great thing, really. Remember, this is entertainment – no matter what Joe Benigno says. Yet,… Read full this story
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