Found November 23, 2012 on
During the New York Jets Thanksgiving day massacre, superfan and possibly the most famous fan in all of sports, Fireman Ed saw enough. Fireman Ed aka Ed Anzalone could not take the debacle that took place against the hated New England Patriots during the second quarter. The Patriots' 35 second quarter points are now fourth all-time for most points scored in a quarter. That probably would make even though most optimistic fan want to leave. The Patriots went on to win 49-19 in the nightcap of the Thanksgiving day games.
According to ESPN New York:
Fireman Ed, aka Ed Anzalone, apparently couldn’t take the debacle of a second quarter and left at the half. That is according to Twitter users who say they sat in his section. Anzalone’s own Twitter account was deactivated during the game as well. Not a banner night for the team, and not for an icon of a New York Jets fan either.
Former nose tackle and analyst Kris Jenkins noticed. “Fireman Ed deleted his account?” Jenkins tweeted. “Wow thought he was a diehard fan? Guess he went back to the Dolphins.”
LaDainian Tomlinson may have stopped playing football, but he's never stopped working.
Since retiring from NFL after the 2011 season, Tomlinson has increased his efforts to give back to the communities that helped him.
His many projects include the creation of the 1st Down Club to honor high school players in Northwest Texas and a recent donation drive to provide Thanksgiving...
If you wanted a play to sum up the New York Jets season, you need to take a look at this Mark Sanchez fumble from Thanksgiving Night.
Watch as Mark attempts to hand the ball off to his fullback but ends up having to run it himself due to a miscommunication.
Then, Mark accidentally runs into his own lineman Brandon Moore and fumbles the ball which is picked up by New England...
After last night’s horrible loss to the Patriots, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan still can’t believe how bad his team played.
“Obviously watching the tape, it’s still hard to fathom the one stretch,” Ryan said today, in comments distributed by the Jets’ PR staff, per Pro Football Talk. “I’ve never seen anything like it. Coaching football or even following football...
Tim Tebow says he broke two ribs in the New York Jets loss at Seattle two weeks ago.
Tebow did not play in the Jets' 49-19 loss to the New England Patriots on Thursday night, despite the offense struggling and fans chanting for him to replace Mark Sanchez at quarterback throughout the game. He was listed as questionable for the game with a rib ailment, but fully practiced Wednesday...
WHERE'S THE TURKEY
A poll asked Americans for their preferred Thanksgiving dinner guest, and you really have to see the results and where Tim Tebow ranks.
Last week: 27 (+1)
The Jets were bound to bounce back last week. Teams that lose back-to-back games by 21 or more go 36-16 ATS in their next game. However, it still isn’t a promising sign going forward. For every one good Mark Sanchez performance, he has 3 bad ones. Don’t believe me? This year he’s had 3 games in which he’s had a QB rating over 90 in which he...
Rex Ryan is no stranger to his New York Jets being embarrassed at home by the New England Patriots. Last season, the Patriots traveled to New York and beat the Jets by a score of 37-16. Thursday’s loss was even uglier, as New England dominated in all phases of the game en route to a 49-19 Thanksgiving Day loss on national television.
If you thought the Jets had questions heading...
It's no coincidence that Mark Sanchez is butt of every joke. Here's your related NFL statistic of the day: the New York Jets gave up three touchdowns in 56 seconds of gametime.
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The New York Jets announced wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (hamstring) will play on Thanksgiving against the New England Patriots. Kerley was limited in practice most of the week but the team is confident he's healthy enough to make an impact.
Kerley is a solid WR3 this week considering the Patriots have one of the worst pass defenses in the league. When these two...
If you’re a Patriots fan, that was sure a fun second quarter.
The Jets handed New England four turnovers and yielded 35 points in just 15 minutes of action — all after a scoreless first quarter. The totality of the Jets’ breakdown is hard to encapsulate with words, but perhaps it was best personified by the image of New York quarterback Mark Sanchez running straight into his...
Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the Thanksgiving divisional slugfest between the New England Patriots and New York Jets.Nick's take: Ah... Thanksgiving dinner, beer and Jets vs. Patriots. Few things are better. Rex Ryan will have Gang Green ready, and the Jets will divide their rushing attempts evenly between Bilal...
NEW ENGLAND (49) d NEW YORK (19)
The Headline: Jets implosion sets platform for big Patriots win
To steal a line from Anchorman, “Boy, that escalated quickly… I mean it really got out of hands fast!” What the hell happened in that second quarter? After a scoreless first quarter the Patriots went on a scoring rampage in the second quarter thanks to the Jets turning...
The New England Patriots look to build on their three-game lead in the AFC East as they take on the New York Jets in MetLife Stadium at 8:20 p.m....