It's no longer a question of "Is Rex Ryan committed to the Buffalo Bills?" Now, it's just a matter of "How far will he go to prove it?"

Continuing with his borderline obsessive offseason plan to commit himself fully to Buffalo football, Ryan has invested in a bumper-to-bumper paint job for his truck that is inspired by the Billsl. The truck is primarily blue, complemented by team colors and the Bills logo. The lower part of the truck is also painted to suggest it is caked with fresh snow.

Ryan has been adamant not only about winning in Buffalo, but also about bringing in a new culture. The coach said he wants to turn the team into a "bully" and bring back a winning attitude that has been mostly gone since the late 1980s and early 1990s, when the Bills reached four straight Super Bowls.

Apparently, Ryan's new truck design has been in the works for at least a few weeks. One reporter tweeted out that Ryan "showed me pictures of the design a few weeks ago."

It'll be interesting to see where he goes from here. Short of lifting a boombox over his head while shouting at the second-story bedroom window of sleeping Bills owner Terry Pegula, all to profess his devotion and love, Ryan will have a tough time topping his new paint job.

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