Rex Ryan got emotional talking about how proud he is of his friend and former assistant coach, Anthony Lynn.
Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn reflects on how he fulfilled his dream of having a positive impact outside of football by helping build a school in Tanzania.
Seeing Rex Ryan’s reaction is all you need to know about the person that Anthony Lynn is.
#Chargers HC Anthony Lynn is doing some great humanitarian work around the world. We reacted as a studio group after watching a feature about it...and it was as real as anything I have ever been a part of on TV. Watch...#NFL #leadership
ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown w/ a terrific story on @Chargers
head coach Anthony Lynn just now - how he raised money and traveled to Tanzania to build a school there, fulfilling a lifelong dream. Worth a watch here. #BoltUp https://t.co/SvNst3CbU3
Rex Ryan breaks down in tears while talking about how proud he is of Anthony Lynn.
Couple of former #Bills coaches, touching to see that real emotion
I don’t actually watch football games on TV — 🤷♂️ — but I do thoroughly enjoy watching ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown show on @TSN_Sports
. I was totally blown away by this feature on L.A. Charger head coach Anthony Lynn. So powerful, what a guy, what a story: https://t.co/mlEPaelRbn
Anthony Lynn on the defensive PI call at the end of the game: “Officials are not perfect, but I did not like that call at the end of the game. I don’t think that’s the way you end a football game. To make that call, it’d have to be clear and obvious.”
The combination of having watched Anthony Lynn coaching and NFL officiating, with real money on the line, has me questioning everything.
Anthony Lynn is a hoe. Idc bout his work in Africa the nigga can’t fucking coach.
I think Anthony Lynn is a very good coach. I wish the chargers would fire him, so the Cowboys would bring him in
It’s been half an hour and I’m still dying at the audacity of Anthony Lynn to go for it on 4th and 11 but not 4th and inches. I’m inconsolable 😂😂😂😂😂
Philip Rivers ya dio lo que le tenía que dar a esta liga. Si yo fuera Anthony Lynn exploraría lo que tengo con Tyrod Taylor, y si no, me enfocaría en la camada de QBs que viene de la NCAA
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Rivers es agente libre al finalizar esta campaña
I don’t think Anthony Lynn is the problem in LA I think it’s Philip Rivers but Lynn will more than likely be the scape goat
For those that didn't see it, this kick was only possible because of a pass interference call against Los Angeles on an unsuccessful bomb from Drew Lock to Courtland Sutton. Anthony Lynn's team continues to find new ways to lose. (Video: @NFL
Anthony Lynn is a different coach from last year to this year.
The biggest gap between the good and bad teams in the NFL is coaching. So many inexplicable decisions made by
professional coaches. Put Anthony Lynn atop that list. 4th and inches and kicks a FG to tie. In that situation? SMH.
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Yes if you held everyone like bear hugged them, but if you just knocked a guy off his route at the 7 yard mark they wouldn't add time. The real thing that gets me is Anthony Lynn with 1 timeout not using it before that snap. Hey guys...NO PENALTIES!
Anthony Lynn clearly did not get the memo that it is a fireable offense to lose to a QB making his first NFL start.
Anthony Lynn bet on #Broncos today. That's why he left enough time on the clock for them to score. Any normal human being would have run the clock down to .02 and kicked a FG for Chargers.
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Rivers wasn’t bad vs the Broncos but with our season over I would like to see what Easton Stick can do. Drafted him in the 5th round and both Tom Telesco and Anthony Lynn like him. Who know maybe he could be our future at quarterback
As a chargers fan the thing that kills me the most is last year against the chiefs Anthony Lynn said you play to win, not to tie. And today he played to tie and fucking lost