When Rex Ryan interviews for head coaching vacancies, he wants prospective general managers to know that he'll have the best offensive coordinator money can buy.
Ryan's offensive aptitude has been overblown throughout the process (how many coaches are well versed on both sides of the ball?), but having a well-respected coordinator like Trestman should quiet some of the skeptics surrounding Ryan's hire.
The fit would still seem to be idyllic for the Atlanta Falcons, who have a ready-made offense and defense with some 3-4 pieces that is ready to take off.
With Trestman in tow, Ryan won't have to be concerned about running the ball more than 40 times in one game, or the Wildcat, or the Tebowcat, for that matter.