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One of the legends in the world of sports my -- New York Jets owner and businessman woody Johnson and I had the chance to talk to the man who put the New York Jets on the map.
Football hall of Famer Broadway Joseph name and Broadway -- name of what a pleasure to see you could just say -- thank you so much government is good or would we we've been -- man we're so excited about how decisions -- -- though it's a great season thanks to the great advice is the owner -- -- but I got -- when you look at Mark Sanchez.
The quarterback that that what he's been in favor for so long.
Do you see yourself a rookie quarterback.
Who the jets I don't think you've had since -- he said you were rookie quarterback back in 65.
Do you see any of yourself and Mark Sanchez today.
I tell you what I've -- Leading markets they couldn't let them briefly before -- used and gave my subtle law I saw a lot of excitement enthusiasm.
And wanting to play man I mean he.
He's ready to go.
As importantly to me I've talked with directs and some of his teammates some of march teammate.
And you they know -- job.
But they like his work habits they like the way it goes about things we like his attitude -- that carries a lot of weight lifted that tells me a lot about the guys to those.
Players already respect the way he goes about business and -- very important.
It was important for me to go about business properly when I was a rookie too and I had good.
A good -- down in Alabama and coach Brad.
And I just like Mara you know Pete Carroll -- he's doing and those who these two there's so I think he did a good job good Marca prepared remarks is.
Period this beautifully.
And -- years this.
You showed he was an exceptional young man break -- and great athletes and -- some similarities when you can and it was a media it was a media sensation.
The highest price ever paid.
And you know the new although we should mention that was 400000.
Doesn't sound bite out of Baghdad it was you know dress was a lot of my -- -- -- -- -- I guess if you bring it forward and it was a lot but the media sensation was amazing.
Similar to what Sanchez -- going through but the media.
Was much different.
I mean the media the over the -- -- day.
Radio and newspapers.
In a way second second fiddle to the new media which is cable.
Twitter thing -- all -- stuff.
Is it harder for these guys -- like.
Yes this I know it has to -- -- You know we had three TV networks right there we had a handful of reporters or whatever.
Even when we went to the Super Bowl.
The media covering the Super Bowl one day of practice there may have been 506070.
People -- George Starr was just a made these pieces look at the enormity and that's just feel the enormity of it and it was big -- But you guys since the you know things of growing over the years -- I don't know that I could've survived.
Playing ball with the same scrutiny that our players today.
Have but will somebody -- the.
You -- the media like you did I mean it was you were you were able I don't know whether you it was an intention of yours to use the -- whether the media just -- you the media back then.
Love certainty that they love JFK.
They love Sean cadre that they seem to love you when you.
You were able to use them -- in your strategy you're in your ball strategy right.
I never thought about that no terrorism and twelve turf predicted that it predicting a win in the end 60696.
-- series oh yeah but that had nothing to do it.
The the media is far is my intentions or whatever.
That was purely reaction to a question and in the statement.
How our team felt about the game and how determined we were about the game.
I boy I've what's the immediate bigger and better than it's ever been media in the country and around the world now.
Sometimes a problem with athletes and coaches are you know -- -- -- Writing -- real danger story about a team or players and all you know it's about the story doesn't have to be facts.
Just know we don't necessarily have to have facts get in the way of Missouri and that's why so many players and coaches -- gunshot you're good shy from the media.
Because they don't know one little thing they're gonna say is going to be twisted -- this direction.
Bottom line is show business it's entertainment that we -- edited today.
Will Rex Ryan has you know Rex is is an entertaining thought -- And his new policy is he -- all the players not want.
And he wants to play its he wants the fans who we are in the entertainment business to talk to them to the fast.
And you think that's I mean that's it's a challenge and -- wouldn't say things that we regret occasionally.
But overall it's a good -- Yes I think it's good it's good for the fans and the players.
I think they should be allowed to feel comfortable enough to go ahead and say what's on their mind even though we don't always say.
The right thing you know we think we're right sometimes when we may not be.
And later find out that do like that freedom -- The lack of fear which is still -- by many organizations and players.
Fear of the media what's gonna get out -- how to gonna say it up but.
It's tough thing it is to catch 22 you wanna make it work but on the other hand -- -- two shots sometimes to tell it like you're really is because you know that come out insured may not come out.
The way you like and confidence.
Before game is really keep getting in the right head getting in the right attitude is Katie does it can the media actually change that attitude affected in a negative way.
One of the best things I ever did as an athlete was stopped reading about myself and my team.
I did that about 67.
And the whole season yeah I tell you -- I found myself go on the word bomb walking in the -- -- Shea Stadium Monday angry.
Blow -- -- angers some ideas -- And -- why you believe -- why am I -- this I know how our team is I know what we're doing.
And I found out that I got influenced by those things like most of -- bill especially when you read about yourself for your own people.
And actually I know our team let me stop you on this and I just wanted to -- put myself through those feeling and I did.
And -- -- it was it was.
Fresh care for me I could breathe again because prior to sixty sixes 67 -- look and -- see what they say what they say attitude -- winning is important.
And they were facing -- -- you know were facing a situation.
You know yet it seems that when games are up -- their hi how do you keep a team that so winning winning rather than going back down that's -- attitude.
And it says it's about teamwork that you you understood probably better than anybody.
You know the attitude thing is weird we often get preaching got to have attitude got to -- good attitude but.
The thing is all of us leave the house every day or Wear something from left field right field.
Even close is -- committed leadership and that attitude your focuses change into this subject that subject your attitudes constantly being tested.
-- life's little curve balls so recognizing how we feel in shifting that attitude back to a positive one in a way takes practice.
Takes practice you can talk all you want about a good attitude but when that good attitude is challenged with something -- basis.
You've got to try to get your attitude you try to do that woody with a team right now do you try to get the right attitude in there and come out I think vice you know I don't do that I don't do that the thing that I do -- stay out of the way.
You know why because it's really the coach.
And the players the coaches and players around -- team.
Sound nice removed from a player's respect not a good you know what there's a basic respect and understanding -- -- -- he and his team you know that they know he's the -- they know he's the man they also know that they've got to listen to -- in this -- -- -- -- wouldn't.
Even considered tried to tell you guys how to run an organization and did -- -- notice through its.
And this is pure his respect it because there are owners in the league in various sports franchises -- one express themselves -- directly to the team some time.
And that could go both ways sometimes it's good sometimes it's bad but.
The relationship between the owner and the coach the tour conform and all in the team is so.
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