Jets coach Rex Ryan did not have much to say about his schedule, but he certainly had an opinion about the Ravens’.

The Ravens are opening the season at Denver despite the tradition of the Super Bowl champion usually opening the season at home because the Orioles have a home game on Sept. 5 when the season opens. The NFL and Major League Baseball tried to work out a way for the Ravens to open at home, but failed.

Ryan, an assistant in Baltimore for 10 years, took offense to that.

“I think as a fan of football I see that first game where Baltimore is away against Denver,” Ryan said in a conference call with reporters yesterday. “I certainly understand that is going to be a great game, but for the Ravens not opening at home. ... I understand the Orioles are playing a game at home. Well, who really cares? You’ve got 81 of those things at home. Maybe you could have done the right thing and given one up and played 82 on the road and only 80 at home.”

“I really don’t think people are going to care about that game. You have a chance to have the defending world champs open up the season at home where they rightfully should. I think that’s unfortunate.”