New York Giants Beat the Jets Again & It's time to Shut Up Fat Boy

I usually don't express football issues here but I feel it's called for. Yesterday on Christmas Eve, the New York football Giants once again beat the other NY football team; the Jets. The Giants have now beaten the Jets in every regular season meeting since 1993. Since then, the Giants also won their third Super Bowl Title & seventh NFL title overall. That's Something the jets coach Rex Ryan has been promising to do when running his mouth off the past few years. Rex Ryan is one of the most unprofessional fat slob, big mouth coaches in the history of the game.

This past week he talked trash again, crying about wanting to be the better football team in New York. He thought his mediocre team could beat the Giants since they were down after their crushing loss last week. He even went as far as acting childish enough to try to hide the Giants Super Bowl trophy at the Meadowlands football Stadium before the game. Then like a typical cry baby trash talked Giants running back Brandon Jacobs on the field after the game.

The fact is Ryan was embarrassed & shut up once again, as the Giants whipped his teams butt reassuring everyone who the better team in New York is. Someone needs to tell Ryan that the Jets haven't beaten the Giants in the regular season in almost twenty years. He can't beat the Giants, he hasn't gotten to a Super Bowl let alone win one, just like his father Buddy Ryan when he was a head coach.

Next time he walks into Met Life Stadium and is blinded by the glare from the Giants shiny Super Bowl trophies, I hope he gags for words  just like he did yesterday as he shook coach Tom Coughlin's hand & faced the media in defeat. Just like Jacobs said "the jets have a big mouthed big bellied coach that talks too much' - 'shut up fat boy".



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