When talking about your history of being a fan of the Jets, many on the outside would joke there have been tons of embarrassing moments as a Jets fan.
That is not very realistic, and playing in the media capital of the world, the few big negative moments have been blown out of proportion.
Of course, if you are looking for a really obvious moment, one in the recent past generally pops up if you speak about an embarrassing moment.
That of course, is the “Butt Fumble”, orchestrated by Mark Sanchez and Brandon Moore. But really, that is a physical action of a really bad play. Did it suck? I think we know that after 48 weeks of it playing in a loop on ESPN. But was I embarrassed as a Jets fan? Not any more than the fact that my team was bad in 2012.
No, my most embarrassing moment came against the Patriots, but 5 years prior, with a different embattled quarterback, and a different devastating year. Continue reading
The Emotional Bowl:
The Colts come into this game riding the momentum of one of the greatest rookie QB seasons of all time, by Andrew Luck.
But their story all season has been about Chuckstrong; supporting their head coach Chuck Pagano, who had been fighting Cancer for most of the season.
I was in attendance for Jets-Texans yesterday and got to watch the almost-destruction, almost-miracle, almost-Sanchez-led-comeback, definite-killer-interception in person. Here are a sprinkling of thoughts both on the live experience and on the game itself.
1. First Texans fans sighting
I have seen 3 Texans games so far and this one was the first where there were a noticeable amount of Texans fans there. They were not nearly as overwhelming as the 49ers fans from the week before, but there were some nice pockets of fans around. I guess finally fielding a playoff team and being a decade in has allowed this team to gain some out-of-state fans.
2. This guy made a great shirt
Luckily, we only have to stop at step 1 of that shirt.