We're going to miss Brandon Jacobs when he's gone.
Not because of what he gives the Giants on the field, because we've already been missing his old thundering running style for a few years now. We're going to miss him because there's no player more willing to step up and make himself a target for all the negativity that the rest of the team is generating in the fan base.
Festivus is still about a month away, but Jacobs is already airing his grievances.
Jacobs did that after Sunday night's dreadful loss when he said that the best thing Giants fans know how to do is boo. That should make everyone who the team held up at gunpoint for huge PSLs two years ago feel pretty good about that decision.
The fact that Jacobs went on WFAN Wednesday and doubled down on his nastiness toward the people who spend their time and money on the team (and, per Jacobs, kick the team when it is down) should make them feel even better. Happy Thanksgiving, gang!
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