Jets. Jets. Jets. Looked Alright.

Nick Flippers – 11/9/2020 – 11:35pm

I never thought I’d see the day when Tom Brady would leave the Patriots. I also never thought I’d see the day when the Patriots wouldn’t be a dominant force in the league. I certainly didn’t think I’d ever see the day where the New York Jets would give the Patriots a goddamn run for their money! 

What did I just watch. 

I expected this game to be a low-scoring shit show (i.e., a Jets game) but I was pleasantly surprised with the display of competitiveness and motivation by both teams to win. I thought Adam Gase had already thrown the season, but it seemed like he really wanted to show up Belichick in MetLife. Gase really wanted to say “fuck you” to Billy Boy—which is a pretty ballsy thing to do. 

With that being said, I wasn’t a wee bit surprised when the Patriots came back to win this game. When I look at a betting line, I don’t like to think about which players are injured (which would probably be the smartest move) I like to bet on the franchise itself. I mean, it’s the fucking Jets vs. Patriots, I don’t care if Cam Newton was playing blindfolded with his hands behind his back, I’m taking the Pats. 

That’s why I won. That’s why I’m the greatest.

When it comes down to professional football, upsets do happen, but more often then not, Bill Belichick finds a way to win. It doesn’t matter that he lost star QB, it doesn’t matter that every player on the field, besides Cam and White is a no-namer, Bill is a system coach. He finds a way to win with what he has. 

With all this Belichick praising and sucking the dick of his coaching abilities, they were playing the Jets. And that being said, I was surprised the game was this close; Flacco played a pretty good game, but like I said before, bet on the franchise. 

And never ever bet on the fucking Jets.