Report: Bart Scott tries to lead media mutiny after Jets win
You would think a team that just ended a stretch in which it had lost four of its last five games and kept alive its slim postseason hopes would be a happy, loose bunch in the locker room afterward. Not the New York Jets.
|This isn't the first time Scott has had problems with the media. This picture was not taken Sunday. (US Presswire)|
You would think a team that just ended a stretch in which it had lost five of its last six games and kept alive its slim postseason hopes would be a happy, loose bunch in the locker room afterward.
But this is the Jets. It seems like every time they win, disaster is soon to follow.
Most likely upset by a story that ran in the
According to Hubbuch, Scott told his defensive teammates to tell the media nothing but, “Both teams played hard.” He was threatening anybody who didn’t comply.
Yeremiah Bell and Bryan Thomas refused to participate, which led Scott to yell that Thomas was a “MFing sellout.” Bell reportedly responded, “Stop it. Just stop it.”
Luckily for everybody involved, peace seemed to prevail after Bell and Thomas broke the mutiny.
Now that his boycott flopped, Bart Scott is talking calmly and openly to the media. What a team this is.— Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) November 18, 2012
More like, what a debacle this team is.
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