Have you ever heard a Yankees publicly blame his teammates; or whine about lack of fan support after a loss?
No, and even if Jeter thought it, as A-rod did blow three series-winning at-bats, it would have been for a passing second because the Yankees win and lose as a team.
See, even my mother knows that the Yankees play every game with all they got, so why can’t the Jets and Giants do the same?
Speaking as a Giants fan, what pisses me off is that the talent is clearly there, but the attitude doesn’t match-up. No one knows which Giants ‘team’ is going to show up that day. And the worst part is I don’t think the Giants players do either because they seem to give-up, instead man-up.
Look, the Giants are not alone here, as I am sure many Jets, Cowboys and Eagles fans feel the same way each week but that doesn’t excuse it.
So, this weekend other than a Giants shellacking of the Jets, I hope the game does not embarrass New York, two of the city’s loyal fan-bases and the game of football itself.
As reality is if both teams play like they did last Sunday, we are in for a turbulent four-quarters on Saturday.
NOW…. ABOUT THE G-MEN:
Let me clear one thing up, the Jets are not the Giants, just like the Mets are not the Yankees.(…)
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