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Boy oh boy does Bart Scott really know how to connect with his fans. Hey, I’d be a little discouraged too if I was the butt of Jets’ fans
japes barbed insults on Thanksgiving, but if I’m the guy making millions of dollars a year playing pigskin, maybe I would’ve taken a different route in my response to the fans’ disappointment if I were Bart Scott.
Athletes constantly have to answer inane questions from beat reporters poking and prodding them for headline-grabbing quotes. Bart Scott, noted
mutinous rebel boycott specialist, let his emotions boil over today in an incident with Dan Leberfeld of Jets Confidential. And by boil over, we mean puffing out his chest and threatening to punch Leberfeld.
When SportsCenter Carries Live Coverage Of The Jets Training Camp, Bart Scott Gets “Rubbed Out A Little Bit”
In a recent interview with the New York Daily News, Jets linebacker Bart Scott was particularly adamant about his son’s future athletics career: no football. Coming from one of the more intense linebackers the NFL has seen over the last 10 years, this may seem surprising. But Scott puts the health of his child first.
Remember that Jets mini-implosion from earlier this week, that included Bart Scott telling a cameraman to get out of his face while giving him the middle finger (seen at left)? Well, the Jets weren’t thrilled about it: they’re docking Scott $10,000. Of course $10,000 isn’t exactly a make-or-break amount for Scott, but clearly the Jets had to do something, given all the reports of the team being in disarray. The only other thing left to do to silence critics: win games. And luckily, as we know from Scott, ANYBODY CAN BE BEAT! Photo via Eye on Football
So, the Jets lost yesterday. That loss assured the team of not reaching the playoffs. The Jets are really, really not happy about this, and that’s to be expected. But the Jets do things – including anger – bigger and louder than most teams.
Jets linebacker Bart Scott skyrocketed to viral video fame with his fiery postgame comments after his team beat the Patriots during the AFC playoffs, including “Can’t wait!” That got him so much attention, in fact, that he decided to trademark the phrase.
New York Jets linebacker Bart Scott will go crazy on the wrestling world during tonight’s episode of TNA Impact.
The internet found Bart Scott’s postgame interview Saturday thoroughly entertaining. It turns out the guys New York Jets locker room have had as much fun with the interview as the internet.