Found November 30, 2011 on NESN.com:
Maybe it's because head coach Rex Ryan says it every chance he gets, but Jets fans expect their team to win the Super Bowl every year. Sure, they haven't won one since the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, but Fireman Ed and his crew have high hopes for the Jets. So when Mark Sanchez's Jets were sitting at 5-5, you can understand the fans had some frustrations, and they let them out by booing the quarterback during pregame introductions. Sanchez ranks 19th in the league in quarterback rating, so there was some case for the boo birds, but booing the home...
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