What are Jets Players & Fans so Angry About?

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  1. PatriotsReign

    PatriotsReign Hall of Fame Poster

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    I don't get it...all I read, see and hear is anger coming from Jets players and fans and it makes no sense.

    The game hasn't even been played and they're all fuming up a steaming pot...but for what?

    I'd almost be afraid to wear my Patriots hat or hoodie if I went into NY right now. So whether they win or lose, will they all still be angry when the game's over?

    Hey Jets fans!! What the hell is there to angry about? Are there any of you who can explain this strange phenominon?:confused:
  2. Razor's Edge

    Razor's Edge Practice Squad Player

    45-3 comes to mind, they are worried and immature more than angry, they haven't won a thing since 1969, every year ends in disappointment, they watch the Pats compete yearly, they are out classed, out coached and out played when it counts, on a regular basis. So they feel the best defense against humility is to lash out at the more superior foe. The only thing they have to look forward to is their retoric. It's like misery loves comapny, so they keep each other company.
  3. brady199

    brady199 Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    They are angry about...

    Years of losing
    Their OC
    The fact that deep down they know Sanchise isn't the real deal
    That their coach is a joke
    How the Pats make Winning look so easy

    But what it really comes down to is that they know they have little to no chance against the pats, so they have to talk about everything and anything except for the actual game.
  4. PatriotsReign

    PatriotsReign Hall of Fame Poster

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    You & Razor explain why Jets fans are angry very pretty well, but what about the players? But even their fans should be pretty psyched, don't you think? If I was a Jet fan, I hope I'd be "pumped & jakked"

    It's like they're venting their anger in anticipation of losing and that's not what I've ever seen fans do...but then again, it's the Jets
  5. crasherino

    crasherino Rookie

    Who's angry? I just had a delicious hero for lunch and Drew Coleman may not be the starting Nickel.

    I'm as happy as a puppy with 2 peters.

    JMO, but there seems to be a good deal of anger on this here board about some of the smack talking going on. Not sure that anger issues are isolated to Jet fans alone (who I concede could have a penchant for anger).
  6. Brady_to_Moss

    Brady_to_Moss Butler Island is here PatsFans.com Supporter

    #95 Jersey

    1969..45-3...tom brady having 3 rings...jealousy is a *****
  7. PatriotsReign

    PatriotsReign Hall of Fame Poster

    #18 Jersey

    Maybe cuz Boson has the best pizza ever?

    I think most of us are pretty happy about the smack-talk coming out of the Jets players and hope it keeps coming.

    Hope those 2 peters work out for ya
  8. karguy85

    karguy85 Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    I wear my Patriots hat all around Manhattan (I live here). Nobody says a word, especially after week 13.
  9. NY10JETS28

    NY10JETS28 Practice Squad Player

    Great news. Hopefully Cole or Wilson can get a chance
  10. crasherino

    crasherino Rookie

    Well, I think Anna's Pizza in Waltham happens to be delicious. If you ever have the opportunity, I highly recommend the upside down Margherita. Beyond that, I don't know what you speak of.
  11. aluminum seats

    aluminum seats In the Starting Line-Up

    New York fans are all empty swagger. Went to a Sox/Yankees playoff game back in '04, sat in the bleachers, my friend wore his Sox hat and we cheered the Sox/insulted the Yankees the whole game, nobody said anything. Jets fans, same thing.
  12. Grizzafted

    Grizzafted Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    um we've whupped their @sses for nearly a decade, year in and year out and they're sick of it to the point of poisonous hatred. why wouldn't they be? imagine how it would feel to have the patriots in your division. what is it, nine years since they won the AFCE, let alone anything significant in the conference...

    they keep waiting for the era-changing game to come along and it hasn't happened. this is the biggest opportunity for them maybe in ten years, but the patriots are in their head so they're in a frenzy.
  13. N.Eman

    N.Eman Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    Their like the Nazis, angry at everything. But what can they do to avoid the inevitable? So they sit there and write and say all this crap. I want sunday to come badly so they can shut the hell up!
  14. NY10JETS28

    NY10JETS28 Practice Squad Player

    I went to the Jets-Pats game at Gillete last year in a Jets jersey and a Yankees 2009 World Series champs hat and everyone joked with me and one guy even bought me a beer. Very nice people. Goes both ways
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  15. seven

    seven On the Game Day Roster

    #11 Jersey

    Why/ A long list.
    Primarily I think it is being eternally second to the
    New York Football Giants. Their own home, not even theirs,
    years playing in Giant stadium. Second class citizens, as fans.
    And Decades of futility, with the continuingly antagonizing
    Boston success, rubbing the Boston/NY rivalry hard, the wrong way.

    Mike Francessa, on their own home town radio,
    eternally needling them.

    BB's Bye Bye.

    class consciousness/insecurity?
    Jets fans occuppy the lower tiers in the intra city competition.
    Section D, etc. Old money had giant seats, still does.
    Actual second class citizens.

    NY like to see themselves as City Number One,
    All Cosmo vs the homer, unsophisticated, anyone else.
    Homer Boston Townies.
    Brady flips that script.
    World traveling "pretty boy, "Mr Perfect, "Tom Terrific",
    Supermodel gal pal in all their dailies, daily,
    always says the right thing. He represents what they are not.

    Contrast to the decidedly Not Cosmo RR, reinforcing
    the second class insecurities.

    Adipose Rex.

    The season has been one embarrassment after another,

    so darn it, they better win, and deep in the gut,
    there is no rational reason to believe it can happen.
    But there is no choice but to believe. If the reality is unpleasant,
    don't face it.

    Stress central, anticipating familiar pain.
    (I share this from 2007. But I have 01/03/04, etc.)
    They have `1969, who's hero is now remembered for his drunken national TV
    pronounciation of st--ru--g--g--l--ing while making a pass at Little Suzy Q.

    The Jet faithful are stuck having to hear about it, defend it,
    and if the Pats blow em up this week, that is it.
    Tsunami time, The Sinking of the SS Rexifer.
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  16. Razor's Edge

    Razor's Edge Practice Squad Player

    Finally, some real honesty from a Jets fan, thank you, at least thats legit!
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  17. Razor's Edge

    Razor's Edge Practice Squad Player

    The players take on their coaches personna, and the fans are right behind, so it all starts with their HC, who we all know loves to act and say things that are as immature as a so called adult could muster.
  18. KontradictioN

    KontradictioN Do you even lift? PatsFans.com Supporter

    No Jersey Selected

    1. They live in New Jersey.
    2. They're Jets fans.
    3. The Jets haven't even been to a Super Bowl in most of their fans' lifetimes.

    That should pretty much wrap things up.
  19. coolworx

    coolworx Practice Squad Player

    Sorta how I felt about the Yankers, prior to 2004.
  20. furley

    furley Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    I feel a lot of this hostility by opposing players and their fans toward New England and their fans is simply they're envious and insecure. And you've certain players with a sense of entitlement due to their large egos. They want you to look at them but seldom give you reasons to look at them. Whereas, New England has been there and done that, win a Super Bowl.

    Both Rex Ryan and Antonio Cromartie believe it's each of them versus New England. Fine. But, be careful not to ignore your teammates. Because you win as a team in football. Conversely, you aren't doing this if you're making comments to media that will draw attention to yourself and puts your team in a negative light.

    They really have a self-centered attitude.

    For example, Cromartie has a personal problem toward Tom Brady dating back from his time with San Diego. Talk about holding a grudge. He's somebody that the Jets must reign in. I bet he commits a key infraction at some point during the game.
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