It is not often you hear a Boston sports star’s name chanted in a New York team’s building. In fact, there are surely instances upon which one probably paid for such behavior with a punch to the face.
So, here is how bad this New York Jets season has gotten: As New England Patriots fans filled MetLife Stadium with chants of “Bra-dy! Bra-dy!” at the tail end of a 22-17 loss to Tom Brady’s charges on Sunday, the Jets weren’t just unwilling to put up a fight about it; they were resigned to its inevitability.
With the loss, the Jets fell to 3-8, last place in the division and among the five worst teams in the NFL. So, when they didn’t even have enough fans to drown out the “Bra-dy!” chants, they understood it.
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Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa: “It’s tough, but I know as a fan, it’s hard to support when your team is not playing the way you want them to. I don’t blame them. But at the same time, it would be great if we could have more of our fans in our home stadium.”