Found December 28, 2011 on Football Nation:
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The New York Giants and New York Jets played a crucial battle on the field on Saturday afternoon.  The New York Giants ended up winning the game by the score of 29-14 but this goes deeper than that.  Rex Ryan, the bombastic coach of the New York Jets, decided to get into a war of words with Giants running back Brandon Jacobs.  Ryan always has a lot to say and to be frank Jacobs usually does also.  The two guys really shouldn't have much to say after the years they have had but this was kind of a unavoidable situation between the two guys.  Here is a recap of what went on between the two men.  The two men met up after the game and you could clearly see on T.V. that they exchanged heated words.  I would say there was definitely some cursing involved.  Jacobs said that Ryan went after him "The way his pops went after Kevin Gilbride."  It was a good memory by Jacobs bringing up that altercation after all these years when the two were coaching together.  Mike Garafolo o...
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