New York Jets: Fans fire back at Tom Brady
Does it ever get quiet when it comes to the rivalry between the New York Jets and New England Patriots? A group of fans made sure to anonymously purchase twelve billboards all across the city that never sleeps and especially around MetLife Stadium to show their thoughts on quarterback Tom Brady. Take a look at what they did:
If you’re driving in New Jersey, you might see a billboard that says, “#TomShady.” Jets’ fans having their fun. #nyj http://t.co/ual1db0i6n
— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) May 13, 2015
Needless to say, a message has been sent that for the past decade or so that Brady has been playing the Jets twice every season, who truly knows if he did any shady things against the team. Of course we all remember Spygate but now one can only imagine if any foul play occurred with doctored footballs in all those matchups.
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Fans of the Jets continue to enjoy using billboards to get their message across to the masses. Last year, fans launched a “Fire Idzik” campaign to announce their displeasure with how he was turning the Jets into the laughingstock of the league. They kept at it with billboards, t-shirts and even planes with banners announcing their displeasure.
Eventually all the billboards got the job done as Idzik was indeed fired during the offseason as fans are hoping this time around that “#TomShady” goes viral over the next few days. Regardless, it’s pretty funny since it’s already trending on social media networks at the time of this writing.
Overall, whether you believe Brady cheated or not against Gang Green, it’s never a dull moment when it comes to fans of the Jets and what they ultimately think of him in the grand scheme of things.
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