Before the season, the Jets week two match-up, their home opener versus the New England Patriots seemed like a sure loss. Then a funny thing happened; the New York Jets started the season on a good note with a victory over the Houston Texans in week one. The Patriots looked human as they had to squeak by the Buffalo Bills.
What does that mean?
It means that Rex Ryan is being serious when he says he isn’t kissing Bill Belichick’s ring. It means that despite some possible empty seats the Jets need the fans in attendance to be loud. It means the Jets need a true home field advantage.
Paging Fireman Ed. Paging Fireman Ed.
You were on the injured reserve list for the 2007 season. We know you aren’t happy with the new stadium arrangement. You wanted the Jets in New York. Right now though it is time to put that all aside.
Jet Nation needs you Ed Anzalone. The stadium is louder when you are there leading the J-E-T-S chant.
Sure Randy Lange is good at getting everyone to type that on twitter all at the same time. You are the only one that can get everyone to chant it at the same time on game day.
Paging Fireman Ed…
The Patriots are vulnerable. They can be beat. Rex’s Jets need to play a perfect game. They need to put a lot of pressure on Tom Brady. The Jets need to make the Patriots receivers pay for each reception. New York Jets football now means physical football. The Jets need to deliver that message loud and clear on Sunday.
The fans need to deliver a message loud and clear as well. Having Fireman Ed leading the chant will accomplish that.
J-E-T-S. JETS JETS JETS.