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Friday, 23 November 2012

On the old TV series, Tom Corbett: Space Cadet, the main character used to say, "Aw, go blow your Jets."

Well, Mark Sanchez blew his Jets on Thanksgiving.

With fans wearing assorted turkey costumes at the game, we found the biggest turkey was the team fielded by Rex Ryan.

If you like the fascination of watching a train wreck in slow motion, you may have enjoyed seeing Rex Ryan's ebullience go the way of a long walk off a short pier.

The notorious Patriots-Jets game took place at MetLife Stadium, where MetLife insurance was needed on the Jets whose actuarial tables indicated a short shelf life.

The Jets were guilty of a mid-air collision. They flew up their own tail pipe.

If two countries sniping at each other needed a cease-fire, there was indication that Secretary of State Hilary Clinton's services were needed to stop the Patriot missiles from bombing the hapless New Yorkers.

We hadn't seen this many scuds since the days when NBC televised war instead of football.

Mark Sanchez who took a beating from his own players, and even from his own fans, took an old fashioned whooping from the New England contingent of the Marquis de Sade's boys.

The Patriots were dressed like a dominatrix Bo-Peep, and the Jets were dressed like lost lambs.

Bill Belichick did not run up the score, but showed all the aplomb of the Grand Inquisitor running out of victims.

Why did the Moron drop a turkey out of a stalled Jets airplane? Answer: To see which one hits rock bottom first.

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