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LB Bart Scott Says Patriots “Want To Be Us”

The low-key Patriots and loudmouth Jets are polar opposites. Or are they? Jets linebacker Bart Scott believes that’s changing, citing New England wide receiver Wes Welker’s now-infamous news-conference mocking of New York coach Rex Ryan as an example.

“That’s doesn’t sound right, that kind of talk (coming from the Patriots),” Scott recently told Metro in New York. “That’s when you know they’re buying into us, when they start sounding like we talk. Wes Welker start trying to be us, sounding like we do. That’s how you know they want to be us.” Scott’s comments are the latest volley in the increasing back-and-forth between the AFC East rivals. The Jets had the last laugh, beating the Patriots, 28-21, in the divisional round of the playoffs.


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One Response to “LB Bart Scott Says Patriots “Want To Be Us””

  1. Dean Barbella says:

    Wes Welker’s “Foot In Mouth” Disease?

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