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Jets linebacker Bart Scott who has been trash talking about pretty much everybody as of late.
Well, he broke a cardinal sin and that is calling out the fans saying that they idiots and know nothing about football.
During halftime of the Jets-Pats Thanksgiving night game last week. A YouTube video shown Jets fans saying a lof of moronic things to players.
But Bart Scott had to open his mouth to the public and these certain Jets fans were probably picked last playing dodgeball.
I don't know that is supposed to mean, but he has remember that these Jets fans are paying your salaries to preform well and football games.
Bart Scott is just another idiot who should keep his mouth shut and don't say anything dumb for now on.
If I were the Jets, I would cut Bart Scott right away because of two reasons. One, he hasn't made any impactful plays for the past two years.
And secondly, he acts like a little kid to the media and fans whenever he gets criticised by someone.
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What is far more difficult to understand is why this is even a story.
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New York Jets fans are like most fans in NFL stadiums around the league: they are passionate about their team, and use the excuse of being passionate whenever they cross the line.
The Jets players were serenaded with boo’s and other profane language as they walked to the locker room at halftime of their humiliating loss to the New England Patriots last Thursday.
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According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is expected to be inactive for Sunday’s game against the Cardinals. Head coach Rex Ryan wants to give Tebow another week to rest his injured ribs.
A source tells me that Jets coach Rex Ryan plans to make backup QB Tim Tebow inactive vs. Cardinals to allow fractured ribs to heal #jets
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn...
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