Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by pats1, Dec 30, 2009.
Jets won't sell alcohol in last game at Giants Stadium | ProFootballTalk.com
Normally I'd say that's a good idea, but that just mean they're gonna get sh*tfaced before the game anyway.
Their looney-toon fans will likely riot in the stands over this.
Mark my word, there will be a LOT of incidents because of this decision.
They're like that down there.
I thought I read somewhere that this was common for night games especialy MNF. I have never been to a night game.
I've been to a few night games in Foxboro, not a big drinker but I don't remember not being able to get a beer. Never MNF tho.
I've been to a Sunday Night game in Cleveland (granted it was when Bledsoe was our QB) and a couple MNF games in Indy (Pats, 'Boys, etc). I have never had a problem getting a beer at the game, this must be a decision made by the organization.
Oh, and I went to the Pats/Colts Sunday Night game this year...yeah, I got sh*tfaced. They sell beer.
Forcing Green Beans fans to watch their team sober is cruel and unusual punishment.
Maybe sober they're finally realize that their team is ******* garbage and always will be.
... No, they won't. They're not just stupid; they're a special kind of stupid. They're Jets fans.
If the Jets lose and the fans are drunk, it will get ugly. If the Jets win and the fans are drunk, it will get ugly.
Apparently there are some problems in the parking lot after the games, win or lose!
Rex thought that this would be a good idea, so they could all have a good cry after their loss
I've been to plenty of night games at Gillette and have never had a problem getting a beer. The 'no beer' policy Sunday night at Giants Stadium is game specific.
Too bad. Just grossly unfair for the 70% or so who like to have a couple while watching the game who actually have self-control.
Now you'll have a bunch of folks loading up or try to sneak stuff in and getting in trouble b/c they can't control themselves.
Maybe they are worried the Bengals have the power to make their drunken fans do wierd things like stealing a goal post.
This is the jest we're talking about. I think it's closer to 7% of jest fans who have self-control than 70%...
The article failed to mention it is actually a tribute to Rex for getting them into position to make the playoffs his first year. Instead of beer, they are selling mugs of his drink of choice; turkey gravy.
I stand corrected!!
Tells you a lot about the Jets fans if they can't control themselves on a historic day for the franchise...
In honor of the holiday season it'll be turkey gravy (hot or cold, doesn't matter to Wrecks) with chocolate whipped-cream topping and a maraschino cherry.
But usually the only thing Jets fans have to look forward to in late Deecember/early January is drinking.
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