The Jets scored a 17-3 win over Big Blue last year as Gang Green took home the brand new piece of hardware. However, it wasn’t the trophy that the Jets had atop their to-do list last season.
It may be just a preseason game taking place tomorrow night at MetLife Stadium, but when the two teams competing are the New York Giants and the New York Jets the game kinda means something.
Mark Sanchez and the Jets’ first-team offense still have a long way to go if they want to Plaxico Burress’ promise of 30 points per game.
Just minutes after Monday night’s game, a delighted Jets head coach Rex Ryan was presented with a trophy and a check for $40,000 for the team’s charity of choice. However, if Ryan was being truthful, he would have apologized to Snoopy for a sloppy performance.
MetLife shelled out a lot of money for the naming rights to the stadium in East Rutherford — and to put their name on Monday night’s Jets-Giants “MetLife Bowl.” It will definitely look better with some fans in the stands.