January 13, 2011 by staff
Cromartie Brady, The last thing you want to do is push the bear – or in this case, the best quarterback in the NFL. But the Jets’ style is not exactly under-Cromartie and Brady challenged to a throwdown this week, calling him an “a – hole” and daring him to throw his way. Oh, he will, Antonio. It will. Brady has not taken the bait, said Wednesday, “maybe (Cromartie) really loves me.” Darelle Revis But especially with the other side of the field here fills a big dose of Brady. Can Cromartie-handle?
Let’s start with what the rivalry is not NFL: Despite what you’ve heard this week, a rivalry is not two NFL teams separated by six touchdowns that are so desperate for the manufacture of any type of emotional buy-in that their disgust because someone dared to point the finger pretend the wrong way.
Yes, you read correctly. Apparently, cornerback Antonio Cromartie Jets think Tom Brady is a hole-car five weeks ago in the 45-3 Patriots QB laughter may be directed to the NY bench after the third or fourth time, he burned Cromartie (I honestly lost count). It’s sad, really, that’s what we still trying to gather up some sort of drama about the Jets-Patriots III – cruel, blood-curdling charges of improper labeling.
For me, I must be honest, JPII feels like it has the potential to be the football equivalent of a slap fight NASCAR driver. Normally, when the hype for a game like this gets out of hand it is generally not a big problem. But I fear that if we can not detach ourselves from the pub tirelessly around Pats-Jets game – hey, I’m not saying it will be easy, I just read a blog about Rex Ryan cardigan sweater – we will all miss Pittsburgh, Baltimore III. You know, a real, honest to goodness, old-Bare Knuckle fight back alley of a rivalry that is the best in the NFL, if not all sports.
On Wednesday, when Rex was rambling on about, I do not know, Broadway shows, his prodigious belly and everything, Terrell Suggs Ravens linebacker donned a T-shirt with the practice which has a large purple turning off Raven the Steelers. (Pssst: Antonio and Tom are so bad that you point fingers, guys.) And I agree with Suggs, who later suggested that before the Patriots and Jets even take the field Sunday The AFC Championship Game has already been played in Pittsburgh.
Look, the Patriots are the best team in the AFC. But the two best teams are the Steelers and Ravens and confrontation should be more wicked game, more physical and violent chill of the season. Why? Because they still are. It is appropriate, I believe that together, united in purple Ravens and Steelers are black helmets the color of a hematoma – Because that’s what’s coming, people. “Pure Hatred” is how veteran Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward has described the relationship between the teams.
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