Larry David has blunt assessment of the Jets
You would expect Larry David, the country’s foremost authority on sardonic observations, to have something to pitch in following the Jets’ embarrassment on
You would expect Larry David, the country’s foremost authority on sardonic observations, to have something to pitch in following the Jets’ embarrassment on Monday night.
Leaving the suite level at the stadium after the 28-3 shellacking, he was asked what he thought of the performance.
“Oh wonderful,” he cracked. “Couldn’t have been more pleased.”
Judging by some of the calls made on the field, one wonders if they should take David’s extant offer to be named offensive coordinator, which he made when talking with Howard Stern last season.
“When I was a kid and we used to play football in the parking lot, I would design very good plays,” he joked with Stern. Maybe David would use Matt Forte more often.
Right now, they’re not, and judging by their quarterback play, they should. Anything to find some redemptive quality in a season that has spun completely out of control.
The 1-5 Jets are truly a team about nothing.
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