SAR poking fun at blue collar workers.
This coming from a guy who used to cook his turkeys in a tin pan.
Therefore, what he looks like and who he is becomes the representation of the Fanbase, and at least in the section I sit in he is not appreciated anymore. I'm not sure why this is new news tonight, as if this hasn't been going on for years.
me thinks theres more to this story than sar i isnt telling. he was either beaten up by a firefighter or blue collar worker or something happened involving an extramarital affair.
Have to agree SAR.....youre currently fourth and thirty two at your own seven yard line on this topic...
I recommend sending in the blue color punt unit
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guess what, it doesnt matter if you sit at a desk or use your hands, we are all equal.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Born September 19, 1959 (age 53)
College Point, NY
Occupation New York City FireFIghter
Edwin M. Anzalone (born September 19, 1959), better known as Fireman Ed, is an enthusiastic superfan of the New York Jets since 1975,
All I want to know is why does Ed wear Sanchez' jersey now? Absolute kiss of death.
And SAR needs to call in to the podcast next time Ed is on. Would make for excellent radio.
Def. the golf-clap type of fan he states he is, complete with a nearly one quarter disappearance into the club behind us. Missed the whole Dennis Byrd ceremony plus most of the third quarter. Never stood on third down, never raised his voice...def. a highly cultured man.
I don't do halftime ceremonies because the PA assaults my senses every minute of every quarter. I need to get away from the shrieking and commercialism for that 15 minutes, get my sanity back.
As for the third quarter, I was there. I don't miss game action. I don't have Club seats so I'm not sure who you confused me with.