geez....some Jets fans are complete Losers to have to get in his face just because he wants to show support for Mark. :nono:
*OR* maybe his POINT was :
RESPECT THE POSITION/TEAM
In essence, Mark is the QB of the JETS(His T-E-A-M) and will continue to support him because he's the JETS QB. And if(when? hopefully?) Mark is gone, he will support the New guy(whomever that is)....
This is sad..:(
Hopefully all the obnoxious fans will realize that they're causing a divide among people who are all rooting for the same thing.
Meh, he'll probably enjoy going to games more now. I sat next to him for a season. I hate his schtick, but he is a good guy.
Hey fellas, what's this thread about?
That blows, it really does. The guy's biggest crime was that he was a passionate Jets fan. The Jets P.R. department tried to parlay that into something bigger than it was, and through no fault of his own, it actually worked for a while.
People resented him, why? Jealousy, I suppose. Or just the bald, baseless resentment that is the result of being an ******* in general. "Hey, that guy is having fun interacting with fans -- **** him!" Well, there you go, you bores. The Jets lost the last thing that actually made going to games an enjoyable experience.
Thanks for the memories, Ed.
he'll be back next year doing the chant
I said it this summer, Teblow will be te downfall of Tanny and Rex. Why bring this circus to NY is just mind boggling. Tebow is nothing more tan an over-hyped glorified TE who pushes his religious beliefs on others. He is a divisive figure that needs to be shown the door quickly. Just look at some of the Denver players comments today on the CBS pregame show and throughout the season. Enough said.
I wonder if any of his haters will step up and get something going. As much as I love the Jets, the Jets fans are among the lamest in sports when it comes to creating a environment that makes a real home field advantage.
Ed has been a symbol for many years.
That also means that he is a target for opposing fans, individuals wanting to make a name by challenging him and those jealous of his popularity.
There also seems to be an element that feels that if they are miserable, then others must be made miserable as well.
Ed, if you should read this, when I first met you, it was as a 10 year old kid attending his first Jets game. You generously took time to take a picture with me and round up a Jets chant for me. Thank you for your dedication and for becoming a symbol of the best of a Jets fan.
It's unfortunate that the unruly, miserable types finally eliminated a force that represented decency and enthusiasm.