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Arun MoraceAfter yesterday’s 30-9 loss to the Miami Dolphins, Jets fans were probably more than a little upset with their team. And, in this day and age of social media, took to Twitter to vent their frustration. And it seems as though one of those upset Jets fans decided to tweet something negative at Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson (who has actually been one of the lone bright spots as a superb run defender this year for an otherwise dismal team). In response, this is what Wilkerson had to say, via Twitter account Oversensitive Prust (@Oversensitive8):
We don’t know if this is in response to @Oversensitive8 or another Twitter user. But either way, Wilkerson isn’t happy with the reaction he’s getting from Jets fans for the team’s performance. Neither is Chaz Schilens. But that’s not going to change unless the team pulls itself out of the 3-5 hole they’ve dug themselves into after the first half of the season.
-By Arun Morace
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