Rex Ryan is ‘waiting for the wheels to fall off’ of Tom Brady

Rex Ryan is already looking ahead to the Bills' Week 11 meeting with the Patriots.

Rex Ryan put on a show at his press conference on Tuesday, beginning with his decision to wear a Clemson helmet to the podium.

Besides talking about the Tigers, the Bills, and the Jets, Ryan also discussed another AFC East team: the New England Patriots.

Of course, whenever talk of the Patriots comes up, so does Tom Brady's name — and rightfully so. He's in the midst of arguably the best season of his illustrious career and has showed no signs of letting up at the age of 38.

It's safe to say that doesn't make Ryan happy, but he's already looking ahead to their Week 11 matchup.

“Everybody knows me. I circle the Patriots. That’s what I do,” Ryan said. “That quarterback never gets worse. What is wrong with him? You get older, you’re supposed to worse!

“I’m waiting for the wheels to fall off.”

Unfortunately for Rex, Brady's wheels don't appear to be falling off any time soon. He's already beaten the Bills once this season, and he'll look to do the same in two weeks once again. It's conceivable the Patriots will be undefeated when they host the Bills on Monday night in Week 11, with just the Giants standing between them and Buffalo.

Ryan and the Bills likely hope they'll get a second shot at spoiling the Patriots' perfect season.

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