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When it comes to the United State, New York tends to the center of attention. When it comes to the NFL, the Jets, infamously, have become the new center of attention of the league. One not close to football might wonder, “Why are the 4-7 New York Jets, who have lost four of their last five games the head team that the national media wants to talk about?”
On top of having the most boisterous head coach in the league, a bottom-five starting quarterback (Mark Sanchez), and the most covered backup in all of football (Tim Tebow) on the team; the Jets create their own attention.
You don’t often hear from offensive line coaches, leave for the Jets. Today the team’s OL coach Dave DeGugielmo had a little something to say. It wasn’t about his players, other coaches, the fans. Nope. It was about the media.
OL coach Dave DeGugielmo, who hasn’t spoke since training camp, just came in furious at the media. #nyj
— Seth Walder (@SethWalderNYDN) November 29, 2012
Walder went on to share a little more of the details on DeGugielmo’s interesting press conference.
Gug opened press conference with statement that he was available to speak during bye week, in his office, when building was closed. #nyj
— Seth Walder (@SethWalderNYDN) November 29, 2012
Alright, Gug, so you wanted them to attend your press conference when the building was closed. I feel your anger. All jokes aside, the Jets are a mess and there’s not much that can save them and their 4-7 record at this point.
I guess there’s always next year?
*feature picture of DeGugielmo is from when he was previously with the New York Giants.
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