Dungy rebukes Jets' postgame comments

Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham

NBC Sports studio analyst Tony Dungy took exception with the bitter comments that emanated from New York Jets' locker room Sunday.

Dungy, the former Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach, called out Jets coach Rex Ryan and linebacker Bart Scott for belittling the Miami Dolphins after losing to them 30-25 at the Meadowlands.

Scott mocked the Dolphins as Super Bowl contenders. Ryan declared the Jets were the better team.

"My mother used to say 'When you win, say very little. When you lose, say less,'" Dungy said on NBC's "Football Night in America." "Bart Scott said too much today. When a team beats you twice, give them credit and go home.

"And I have to disagree with Rex Ryan. They didn't outplay Miami. Miami's got three-return touchdowns. That's part of the game. They've got more points than you do."