New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan‘s book Play Like You Mean It is 11th on the New York Times bestseller list for hardcover nonfiction and 13th for all nonfiction. And no, the Times‘ best-seller list does not just measure how well a book sells in the New York area. But if Patriots fans are looking for evidence that Ryan’s tome, which covers the ups and downs of the Jets’ 2010 season, is not selling well everywhere, they need look no farther than Amazon.com, where the book ranks 471st.
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