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Why Do NFC East Teams Hate the New York Jets?

Dec 24, 2011; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan greets New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs (27) after the game at Met Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: William Perlman/THE STAR-LEDGER via US PRESSWIRE

In his continuing series for, Chris Gross takes first look at NFC East teams, and why they hate the Jets, and whether it is justified. Today’s look is at the Redskins: Here’s a teaser:

I haven’t seen a more unaccomplished, poorly run organization with as great a sense of entitlement as Washington. Fans of the Redskins seem to hang onto the one playoff victory they’ve had in the past decade for dear life. They seem to forget that owner Daniel Snyder has treated his head coaches like a game of musical chairs. Since taking ownership in D.C. in 1999, Snyder has gone through six head coaches. Now, I am not mathematician, but that averages out to a new coach roughly once every two seasons. Say what you want about the Jets struggles to find consistency and an identity, but a coaching shuffle like Washington’s is unheard of.

Please give the whole thing a read.  Here is the link again, it’s a great read.

Not to be missed.

Topics: Alan Schechter, Chris Gross, NY Jets, Rex Ryan, Teams Hating The Jets,, Washington Redskins

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