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Tom Brady wishes Patriots fans were more like Jets fans

The Patriots had a comfortable lead in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s win over the Bengals, and a lot of fans in New England decided to leave the stadium early, beat traffic, and get home in time to catch some of the late-afternoon games on TV.

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady noticed, and he wasn’t happy about it.

The Boston Herald reports that Brady ripped into Patriots fans today, wondering aloud why they leave games early while fans of other teams don’t.

“The road environment is very different than our friendly home crowd, who when I looked up, half the stadium was gone when we were up 21 points early fourth quarter, which I wasn’t so happy about,” Brady said. “I don’t think the Jets fans leave early. They’re going to be loud the whole game. Communication is always an issue.”

If there’s any player beloved enough among his team’s fans that he can get away with that kind of criticism, it’s Brady. So there probably won’t be any type of fallout as far as the fans of New England are concerned, and if anything it might lead some of them to stick around a little longer.

But my own opinion is that the folks who spend a small fortune on tickets so that Brady can earn a large fortune in salary can decide for themselves when they want to leave the stadium.

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  1. scra22 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:22 PM

    According to a Yahoo article by Dan Wetzel, Jets fans were leaving with four minutes left in the game when the Jets were only down by one point.
    I quote: “It was so ugly that Jets fans showed no faith in their team. They began filtering out of the new Meadowlands Stadium with four minutes left and New York trailing by a single point. This was the first insurmountable one-point lead in NFL history.”

  2. CookieFlash says: Sep 15, 2010 1:23 PM

    I bet this will be a polarizing thread.

  3. TheDPR says: Sep 15, 2010 1:24 PM

    “But my own opinion is that the folks who spend a small fortune on tickets so that Brady can earn a large fortune in salary can decide for themselves when they want to leave the stadium.”
    Of course they can, MDS, but that isn’t the point. The point is that they are crappy fans for doing so.

  4. Dapollock says: Sep 15, 2010 1:24 PM

    Bet he wishes Boston drivers were like NY drivers too.

  5. Nate is Gay for Brady says: Sep 15, 2010 1:25 PM

    Oh Tommie-boy……. WAAAAAAAAAHHHHH!
    Don’t worry, I’m sure Belly-chunk rubbed your belly and patted you on the head after the game telling you what a great job you did “for a little fella.”
    After that, off both of them went to the ice-cream shop wearing matching sweatsuits.

  6. brinson says: Sep 15, 2010 1:25 PM

    This is so stupid. You guys really give athletes a reason to be extremely guarded and vanilla with anything they say. This was totally taken out of context.

  7. Kevin DuBrow says: Sep 15, 2010 1:25 PM

    i guess its Pats day until a steeler assaults a female. what happened to the “microphone” article, was it pulled due to intentionally incorrect and biased information?
    things like this arent helping a league with the whiniest fanbase in sports.

  8. PFTiswhatitis says: Sep 15, 2010 1:26 PM

    I was there and didnt think that many fans had filed out. It was not that loud because I lost my voice early and of course when you are winning 24-0 early the fans don’t need to be rabbid like the Jests fans. Moreover, you cant blame the fans for trying to get out of the parking lot mess at Gillette when they can given that the game is in hand.

  9. PackFaninPackLand says: Sep 15, 2010 1:26 PM

    “Tom Brady wishes Patriots fans were more like Jets fans”
    You mean Brady wishes Patriots fans were fat, drunk, stupid, and unruly ????

  10. therewasone says: Sep 15, 2010 1:27 PM

    That’s because the jets are never leading by 21 points!!

  11. CottageCheese * Packer Wife says: Sep 15, 2010 1:27 PM

    Packer fans would cheer but they’re too busy stuffing their mouths with food and cheap beer

  12. TrojanMAAAAAN says: Sep 15, 2010 1:27 PM

    Maybe you should get a haircut so you don’t look so much like a woman Brady!

  13. PrimeTime says: Sep 15, 2010 1:28 PM

    I was a Jets season ticket holder for years… Brady is wrong, Jet fans leave early winning or losing… mainly because traffic is a mess.

  14. Memp! says: Sep 15, 2010 1:28 PM

    In other words, WHERE THE FACK ARE YOU GOING??? If we’re puttin on a Shock & Awe Campaign like we did to the Bengals, you don’t leave. Shame on you N.E fans that went and left the game before the end. I hope everyone got a bad case of the blow outs from the beer and they really didn’t leave so early the players noticed.
    That’s dissapointing to hear. I don’t ever remember the stadium emptying out unless we were getting blown out and that was long before the Brady era.

  15. Fat_Old_Sun says: Sep 15, 2010 1:28 PM

    Don’t understand why you would leave early to beat the traffic.
    I hate fans like that.
    I can understand being down by 50 but its week 1.
    I want as much football as I can get. Stay and cheer the whole game.

  16. KosherNostra says: Sep 15, 2010 1:29 PM

    WOW! What a newsworthy story! And not at all boring and pointless.
    I have read shampoo bottles more entertaining.

  17. thatpatsguy says: Sep 15, 2010 1:29 PM

    Clearly Tom’s point was to point out how loud it is at the meadowlands not that he wishes NE fans were like jets fans! Non issue/non story!

  18. TheWien says: Sep 15, 2010 1:29 PM

    Tom Brady hates the Jets… but he loves their fans!

  19. CEDric says: Sep 15, 2010 1:29 PM

    As much as I hate to admit it, Tom is right is right about Pats home games.
    The rabid Pats fan from the Sullivan/Schaffer/Foxboro Days have been replaced by a new breed of in-stadium Pats fan.
    Quiet ones.

  20. floria_is__a__tool says: Sep 15, 2010 1:29 PM

    “The road environment is very different than our friendly home crowd, who when I looked up, half the stadium was gone when we were up 21 points early fourth quarter, which I wasn’t so happy about,” Brady said.
    Because Jets fans are delusional. Looking for a miracle even if they are down by 50 points.

  21. pftfanboy says: Sep 15, 2010 1:29 PM

    there was a time when i went to every game in giants / jets stadium, regardless of the game – and i always left early.
    getting out there can take 2 hours – then the turnpike and the ride home… the whole affair turns into an all day and night event.
    i have no desire to go to the games in person anymore.
    i think Brady is out of his element on this one.

  22. Fat_Old_Sun says: Sep 15, 2010 1:30 PM

    Every team has their rich posh fans who go to be seen and don’t care what is happening on the field.

  23. jjcruiser says: Sep 15, 2010 1:30 PM

    Our fans have sucked ever since 2004. It all became too gratuitous and the bar was set too high. It’s true at Red Sox games too. Thousands of pink hats arriving late, leaving early, and sitting on their hands. I don’t think it’s getting priced out so much as it is being complacent. We’ll see what it’s like 15 years from now when Brady and Belichick have been retired for 10 years and we’re the basement of the AFC East. Maybe then the fans will wake up again.

  24. ambitiousfan says: Sep 15, 2010 1:31 PM

    No one cares if they spent a small fortune. he’s making a point, that fans should stay till the end and cheer on. I bet they stayed last year when we got embarassed by the Ravens, hoping to see if Brady could make some game winning drives.

  25. PirateFreedom says: Sep 15, 2010 1:31 PM

    I remember Randy Cross calling out niner fans back in the day, when they had become complacent after a long run of success
    IIRC the next game candlestick was rocking a little louder than usual.

  26. darlak says: Sep 15, 2010 1:32 PM

    he just wishes he wasn’t so gay

  27. Kevin DuBrow says: Sep 15, 2010 1:32 PM

    # scra22 says: September 15, 2010 1:22 PM
    According to a Yahoo article by Dan Wetzel, Jets fans were leaving with four minutes left in the game when the Jets were only down by one point.
    I quote: “It was so ugly that Jets fans showed no faith in their team. They began filtering out of the new Meadowlands Stadium with four minutes left and New York trailing by a single point. This was the first insurmountable one-point lead in NFL history.”
    ————————–
    wow, the good folks here at PFT are getting owned like a ny media member at a Belichick press conference.

  28. BigMikeSkinsFan says: Sep 15, 2010 1:33 PM

    Moss and Brady both doggin their fans.
    smart guys..real freakin smart.

  29. gosox2673 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:33 PM

    Hey Tom – you try dealing with traffic on route 1.

  30. PFTiswhatitis says: Sep 15, 2010 1:33 PM

    “It was so ugly that Jets fans showed no faith in their team. They began filtering out of the new Meadowlands Stadium with four minutes left and New York trailing by a single point. This was the first insurmountable one-point lead in NFL history.”
    I am pretty sure Pats fans are still there if its a 1 point game.

  31. EverybodyGotAIDS says: Sep 15, 2010 1:33 PM

    He’s obviously just saying that to fire people up. NY fans are the worst fans on the planet. If he had said “Chiefs fans…now that’s where it’s at. I wish our fans were more like Chiefs fans” he would have been accurate, but it wouldn’t make anyone angry or get any response.

  32. Southbound Pachyderm says: Sep 15, 2010 1:34 PM

    I signed up for an account on this site just so I could comment on this. I began reading profootballtalk.com about 3 months ago and I visit it regularly.
    It has become clear that there is a constant lack of professionalism from the writers on this site. They are contorting quotes and half stories to create a buzz on daily basis. Quacks like the crew on this website are the reason why sports journalism shouldnt be taken too seriously.
    It may of angered Brady a bit that fans were leaving but statements like: “Tom Brady wishes Patriots fans were more like Jets fans” and “The Boston Herald reports that Brady ripped into Patriots fans today” is not even close to what he said.
    Do your own interviews and stop piggybacking twisted information you hacks.
    NBC sucks.

  33. Spungy says: Sep 15, 2010 1:35 PM

    But there aren’t any fans at the Jets stadium. Just corporate jack offs.

  34. CookieFlash says: Sep 15, 2010 1:36 PM

    Michael David Smith looks like the love child between Chris Katan and John Clayton.

  35. Mike D says: Sep 15, 2010 1:36 PM

    My understanding is that Pats tickets, along with parking fees, food, beer, etc are so ridiculously overpriced that they end up with more of a “corporate” crowd, instead of the more diehard, blue collar type fans that they Jets attract.
    Not picking sides here, dont really have a rooting interest, just throwing it out there.

  36. Slow Joe says: Sep 15, 2010 1:38 PM

    I’ll never forget how in in 2003, my Bucs were kicking the Colts’ asses 35-14 in the fourth quarter, and the fans started streaming out. I was so damn mad because one of the reasons we were up was that our crowd was so raucously loud that Peyton Manning was having trouble communicating with his offense the way he usually does pre-snap; And then, it became easy for him.
    And, as most people know, the Colts won 38-35 in overtime.
    Of course, it was more complex than crowd noise. One of our starting corners got hurt and Manning and Marvin Harrison made the backup their bitch the rest of the way, plus the Colts got a LOT of breaks, but you simply never know what might have happened if the crowd stayed. I always stay until the last second ticks off the clock.
    You just never know.

  37. Gautam says: Sep 15, 2010 1:38 PM

    # Dapollock says: September 15, 2010 1:24 PM
    Bet he wishes Boston drivers were like NY drivers too.
    ———————
    or did you mean that they were NOT like NY drivers :P

  38. NYMets says: Sep 15, 2010 1:39 PM

    I’ve been to many stadiums. The fans I encountered in New England at Gillette Stadium are without any doubt the biggest skum bags in the league. Worse than Philly fans. So this comes as no surprise. I’m a Yankee hater but I root for the Yankees whenever they play the Boston Red Sox. South Boston skum.

  39. Gunther69 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:39 PM

    SHOCKING! There are fans more interested in eating, drinking, talking, beating the traffic, going somewhere else.

  40. BornSlippy says: Sep 15, 2010 1:40 PM

    I thought he was going to say
    “fat, thinning hair Soprano cast wannabees, who love to speak with their hands”

  41. kravon says: Sep 15, 2010 1:40 PM

    Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son.
    Kravon
    PFT Commish

  42. Bullet six says: Sep 15, 2010 1:40 PM

    Everyone knows that Patsy fans are fairweather fans.

  43. Simon12345 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:40 PM

    He also wishes they were better drivers.

  44. benh999 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:40 PM

    That’s okay. Jets fans wish their team was more like the Patriots.

  45. Goetta-Head says: Sep 15, 2010 1:40 PM

    Duck Season!

  46. Goetta-Head says: Sep 15, 2010 1:41 PM

    Wabbit Season!

  47. Jeaaff Jeaaff Jeaaff says: Sep 15, 2010 1:41 PM

    Dont worry Tommy, there are plenty of scumbags in New England too…they dont all call Strong Island home!!

  48. thejetsman says: Sep 15, 2010 1:43 PM

    He wishes boston fans were more like justin beiber fans

  49. ncoolong says: Sep 15, 2010 1:43 PM

    “But my own opinion is that the folks who spend a small fortune on tickets so that Brady can earn a large fortune in salary can decide for themselves when they want to leave the stadium.”
    Fine. Brady’s opinion is he wished fans were louder for the whole game. He didn’t tell anyone what to do. We are interested in Brady’s opinion. Why should we care about yours?

  50. AlphaQ2 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:44 PM

    Traffic in any city sucks after a game. I leave early too if the outcome is obvious. Nothing more frustrating than taking an hour to get out of the damn parking lot….Deal with it Brady

  51. Jeaaff Jeaaff Jeaaff says: Sep 15, 2010 1:44 PM

    Jets fans were filing out of the stadium Monday night on 3RD AND 10 on the team’s final drive, down by 1 lousy point…now thats what I call confidence in your offense!!! HAHAHA

  52. PrimeTime says: Sep 15, 2010 1:44 PM

    Very true now Spungy…
    Spungy says:
    September 15, 2010 1:35 PM
    But there aren’t any fans at the Jets stadium. Just corporate jack offs.

  53. Curtis Martin's HOF Speech says: Sep 15, 2010 1:45 PM

    Jets fans wish their offense was more like the Patriots.

  54. el_dude00 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:46 PM

    “But my own opinion is that the folks who spend a small fortune on tickets so that Brady can earn a large fortune in salary can decide for themselves when they want to leave the stadium.”- MDS
    So in your opinion, fans can do whatever they want since they paid good money for the tickets, including but not limited to supporting their team.
    I’m calling bullshit on this. At some point in the not so distant future you’ll pen something that goes against this statement. Probably regarding Jacksonville, who have fans that pay money, but leave or don’t show up at all despite having purchased tickets. You guys are relentless about this.
    Do yourself a favor, anytime you’re about to post an article, highlight anything that begins “In my opinion” and hit delete.

  55. prophet of the light says: Sep 15, 2010 1:46 PM

    That’s because the Jets fans never know what is happening when they are up 21. It never happens.

  56. burntorangehorn says: Sep 15, 2010 1:47 PM

    PackFaninPackLand says:
    September 15, 2010 1:26 PM
    “Tom Brady wishes Patriots fans were more like Jets fans”
    You mean Brady wishes Patriots fans were fat, drunk, stupid, and unruly ????
    ===================================
    +1

  57. wope says: Sep 15, 2010 1:48 PM

    I bet Jets fans wish their team was more like the Patriots.

  58. mjohnson062 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:48 PM

    I side with Brady. And the Pats can go pound sand for all I care, along with their fans. He’s absolutely correct though. Homefield advantage is there because the fans make NOISE. No noise to throw off the opposing offense is going to happen if you’re filtering out of a stadium. Does it make a difference to the Pats in the end up 3 TD’s? No. Not the point though: Support your team!

  59. HomelandDefense says: Sep 15, 2010 1:49 PM

    I wish Brady would stay in Foxboro to participate in all the off season programs. Guess we dont always get what we want huh Tom?

  60. Neverend says: Sep 15, 2010 1:50 PM

    The reason why Jets fan stay the entire game when they’re winning is because they hardly EVER win games in a convincing fashion, so the fans might as well enjoy it while it lasts.

  61. ravenfan820 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:50 PM

    Fair enough…..then ask Brady why he wasn’t in town for the OTA’s with the rest of his team mates if he expects their fans to be present the whole game?

  62. Pastabelly says: Sep 15, 2010 1:52 PM

    Brady meet the hornet’s nest.
    No, the Patriots crowd isn’t any more corporate than any other crowd.
    Yes, the crowd is not as loud as in other stadiums and much of that relates to the design of gillette stadium. It also relates to Patriots fans just not being that loud. Some leave early because it is hell getting out of those lots and Route 1 is a mess. Route 1 in Foxboro is just not the best place to put a football stadium. Patriot Place (the mall) is a great facility and the stadium itself is great. But it’s hard to fault the fans for trying to get out of there and avoid 2 hour waits in parking lots.

  63. beantown10 says: Sep 15, 2010 1:52 PM

    Tom has never tried to get out of those lots after a game. It’s terrible.

  64. Allied Biscuit says: Sep 15, 2010 1:52 PM

    well that was dumb

  65. TampaPatsFan says: Sep 15, 2010 1:53 PM

    I’m searching for the line where Brady wishes Pats fans were more like Jets fans and I can’t find it. It’s headlines like this that make Michael David Smith a laughingstock. He writes much like a middle schooler and needs to make stuff up in order to get people to read his dramatized crap. At least Florio knows how to write decently and is not an amateurish scribe. Florio may be a little dooooosh bag who should not be “talking” about football but at least he knows how to write! They are both little weenies however.

  66. PFTiswhatitis says: Sep 15, 2010 1:53 PM

    Another case of MDS creating a sensationalized headline for hits. Tom Brady NEVER said he wished Pats fans were more like Jets fans.

  67. jediwrstlr says: Sep 15, 2010 1:55 PM

    Brady gets away with too much….he criticizes his fellow players, and its played off. He insults the head coach, and its all ok….now that he got his pay day, he is going after the FANS…whats next Tommy???? The Owner. This guy is tearing the team apart. Moss will leave, cause I think the egos are getting in the way.

  68. damnvarmint says: Sep 15, 2010 1:55 PM

    Jets fans leave early because by the 4th quarter they start to get the DT’s. Afterall, they have been without booze for nearly an hour at that point.

  69. Dasmol says: Sep 15, 2010 1:55 PM

    I’ve noticed that too about the Patriot fans, though it was when they were getting spanked at home.

  70. INISHUL says: Sep 15, 2010 1:57 PM

    scra22 says:
    September 15, 2010 1:22 PM
    According to a Yahoo article by Dan Wetzel, Jets fans were leaving with four minutes left in the game when the Jets were only down by one point.
    I quote: “It was so ugly that Jets fans showed no faith in their team. They began filtering out of the new Meadowlands Stadium with four minutes left and New York trailing by a single point. This was the first insurmountable one-point lead in NFL history.”
    ————————————————
    In the defense of any jets fan who might have left that game: Any lead (wether 1 0r 50 pts) is insurmountable when Sanchez is your QB

  71. LaxMojo says: Sep 15, 2010 1:58 PM

    As a fan who loves the game but hates the stadium experience, I agree with Tom Brady. The fans that go to the game need to do their jobs which means dropping $100/seat, $40/parking, $100+/tailgating food & drink, $40/in-game concessions all to get loaded, defecate on themselves, scream whatever they want, freeze their ass off, start fights, and sit until the end of the game so I can sip my micro-brewed beer in peace, eat hot popcorn, relax with my fleece blankey on a comfortable leather couch and watch the game on my 65″ HDTV while skipping through commercials.
    I’ve been lucky over the years as fans that go to the game are gluttons for punishment! Typically, they don’t remember a thing and are willing to do it all over again at the next home game as they’re too ripped up to remember why they were screaming at the top of their lungs, “DEE-FENCE, DEE-FENCE!” while the fans at home watch every detail from many different camera angles with play-by-play analysis.
    Hmmm… I wonder why more and more stadiums are seeing TV blackouts…

  72. RavensChick says: Sep 15, 2010 1:58 PM

    Pats fans making excuses for Brady’s quote in three….two……one….

  73. Dawn says: Sep 15, 2010 1:59 PM

    The fans leave early because traffic is an absolute NIGHTMARE. If the Patriots want to “enhance the game experience”, they need to add a few more lanes to Route 9.

  74. Jag4Life says: Sep 15, 2010 2:00 PM

    Because Tommy, you’ll always play second fiddle to the Red Sox. Patriot fans are just riding the winning wave until you retire and the winning fizzles out.

  75. cunninglinguist says: Sep 15, 2010 2:02 PM

    EverybodyGotAIDS says:
    “He’s obviously just saying that to fire people up. NY fans are the worst fans on the planet.”
    Truth hurts sucka……need a tissue?

  76. footballnut says: Sep 15, 2010 2:05 PM

    And as a Pats fan I absolutely agree with him and for the last handful of years the ‘fan base’ at these games has been too commercialized with corporations taking up the majority of the seats.
    I get that with winning multiple titles and being just ultra competitive you get this, but seriously. I noticed this as well and was one of the first things I asked other around the water cooler the next morning. Once Gronk caught his TD and the Pats went up by another score the crowd started to filter out. I understand Gillette is a real bitch for traffic, but hang out for a couple of hours after until the traffic dies down a bit.
    It’s just not as much of a blue collar crowd as it used to be. I have seats three rows behind the visitors bench and when you stand up during an opponents 3rd down to bring up the noise, jarring with the visiting team as they sit on the bench, etc. you get these panty waist fans staring at you and complain to you. Seriously, I’m not kidding. I almost want to punch them more than an obnoxious Steelers or Jets fan. Not that we need Fireman Ed, that guy is just annoying, but get up and yell damn it. It’s part of the home field advantage.
    @PFTiswhatitis: Trust me there were a ton of blue seats from late 3rd early 4th that were available, more than necessary. And you must also notice that in the beginning of the second half no matter the game the 200 hundred section between the 40 yard lines is always empty due to the suites and the suits who get these seats. I’ll give the fans in the end zones credit though as that continues to stay full and loud no matter the score.

  77. TheSleepness says: Sep 15, 2010 2:05 PM

    Jet fans are pathetic…leaving down 1 in the 4th???

  78. Rhode Island Patriots Fan says: Sep 15, 2010 2:07 PM

    Brady’s honest evaluation is valid. If noise level is any gauge of fan enthusiasm, then Chiefs, Raiders, and Eagles fans are among the NFL’s most passionate—even despite those teams not having accomplished much as of late. One would therefore expect that fans of the “team of the decade” would blow the roof—if there was one—off of Gillette Stadium. We don’t.

  79. Patsfan87 says: Sep 15, 2010 2:07 PM

    I am in my seat 45 minutes before kickoff watching pre game warmups and I am the last one to get out of my seat at the end of the game. Plus $40 to park the car each game, $10 for a large beer. My 3 seats are $500 a game. I know I am in the minority of Pats season ticket holders however people leave because they have a 2 hr ride home plus it takes 2 hrs just to get out of the parking lot. Anyone who has been to Gillette knows that unless you have a Foxboro resident pass or you are a luxury box, club seat holder you cannot use the access road and Route 1 is a nightmare expecially when you have to be at work in the morning. The problem is not the fans leaving before the end of the game however it is also getting the fans into their seats for the game to start.

  80. HarrisonHits says: Sep 15, 2010 2:07 PM

    As a Pats fan I have to say the fanbase has been very jaded the last few years.
    But one issue not being addressed is that the demand for Pats tix is such that unless you are a season ticket holder you can only buy them through ticket agencies at outrageous prices. The people who would likely stay till the end have largely been priced out of the stadium. With which the cost of Brady’s new contract is not going to help any.
    Its also unfair to act like Jets or other fans don’t leave early because they clearly do. As the number of empty seats in the stadium visible on tv late in the Jets game demonstrated.

  81. Joemamma says: Sep 15, 2010 2:08 PM

    do you wish your owners name was Woody Johnson too, I bet you do Brady, then you could tell the Jets “We have Woody Johnsons and you dont”
    what a great rivalry Jets and NE, they both have one great thing in common though, being embarassed by the Ravens

  82. Kevin DuBrow says: Sep 15, 2010 2:10 PM

    Part of the reason Gillette isnt as loud as some places is that the Krafts have made it a priority to make the experience a family atmosphere as well as for hard core fans. that means unlike ny, there are no drunken fools running around like ben roethlisberger in a college bar.

  83. BobsCountryBunker says: Sep 15, 2010 2:10 PM

    Of course we all know what Jets fans are most famous for … “SHOW US YOUR TITS”!
    I’d suggest that Giselle just stick around a little longer and meander throughout the stands … that should take care of it.

  84. FireJerryJones says: Sep 15, 2010 2:10 PM

    Stadium’s in the middle of nowhere.
    Patriots are usually up 10 or down 14 by the 4th quarter.
    Jets need a sac bunt and a safety to get a two point win on the table.

  85. Stillerfan says: Sep 15, 2010 2:12 PM

    the New Yahwk fans have fairly easy acces back to their rat-holes after a game. might as well hang out and eat the droppings visiting fans leave under their seats.

  86. Profootballtalk Rocks says: Sep 15, 2010 2:13 PM

    Tom, I work! If your that bothered by working fans leaving pay us some of your new fat salary & we’ll keep the seats warm to listen to your dumbass comments like this!

  87. Floriohatescincy says: Sep 15, 2010 2:14 PM

    Tom Brady looks like he’s a little too into spray tanning and styling his hair. Also, while I understand the sentiment from his point of view, even I knew the game was pretty much out of reach byt he fourth quarter barring a few seriously quick scores, so I wouldn’t pass judgement on the fans.

  88. footballnut says: Sep 15, 2010 2:16 PM

    Jag4Life…you’re wrong. Pre Season games are now outrating the Sox games.
    Even the B’s games are getting close to the Sox ratings now. The fan base here is a bit pissed on how the Sox handled the offseason.
    Sox ratings are at a 10-15 year low right now and the Pats are crushing them.
    And Dawn did you mean route 1 as route 9 is nowhere near the stadium?

  89. SomeFans says: Sep 15, 2010 2:18 PM

    Wait a minute there Tommy…. don’t you know the jet fans are drunk and vomiting on other fans. (Doesnt soulnd like what Kraft would want) That or cat calling women to show their t!ts… you really want that scum in your stadium?
    Think about it next time before you wish for that riff raff.

  90. LuvThatDirtyWatah says: Sep 15, 2010 2:22 PM

    No fallout here. He’s 100% correct. I thought the same thing during the game.
    The root cause: the real fans aren’t there. Going into Gillette is like going to an MLB playoff game or a day skiiing with the family. It runs into several hundred dollars. So the place is filled with lightweight deeppockets – you know the type – they also buy a harley, an HD t-shirt, some jeans and go out for a nice ride on sunday afternoon. Phonies!

  91. SomeFans says: Sep 15, 2010 2:23 PM

    “Shame on you N.E fans that went and left the game before the end. ”
    LOL. They were running for the hills (along with Belicheat) in 2008 when the Dolphins opened the can of “Wildcat” on them and “blowed them out”… didnt know it was a habit when they were winning. umm?

  92. Pale face says: Sep 15, 2010 2:23 PM

    Anyone who has been to Gillette knows it is a nightmare getting out after the game

  93. rarson says: Sep 15, 2010 2:24 PM

    Parking anywhere near any stadium usually isn’t much fun, but it’s part of the price you pay to be able to watch your team at a live game. To you guys that hate the stadium experience, I feel sorry for you, because I absolutely love it.

  94. LuvThatDirtyWatah says: Sep 15, 2010 2:25 PM

    # benh999 says: September 15, 2010 1:40 PM
    That’s okay. Jets fans wish their team was more like the Patriots.

    POST of the week right there ladies and gents.

  95. Devoe1129 says: Sep 15, 2010 2:26 PM

    Maybe if they served beer after the Third Quarter this wouldn’t be an issue.

  96. Pale face says: Sep 15, 2010 2:28 PM

    Dawn says:September 15, 2010 1:59 PMThe fans leave
    early because
    traffic is an
    absolute NIGHTMARE.
    If the Patriots want
    to “enhance the game
    experience”, they
    need to add a few
    more lanes to Route
    9.
    Ummmm.. Its route 1

  97. Barometer says: Sep 15, 2010 2:35 PM

    Brady needs to lash out at his boss, not the fans:
    1) The price of an in-game experience has increased +200% in ten years
    2) The new stadium did not address the post-game traffic nightmare.
    My tickets in the lower section cost $49 in 2000, parking was $15. Now the tickets are $169, parking is $40. Robert Kraft doesn’t get it. He thinks everything is fine because he is still selling out every game, but he doesn’t realize he changed the crowd dynamic. The Beer ‘n Burgers crowd is now replaced by the Whine ‘n Cheese patsies who don’t cheer (and turn around and glare at me when I do) and then leave early so they don’t miss their beauty sleep. I totally agree with Brady, but Robert Kraft created this sad mess in his never-ending quest to pickpocket his fan base on game day.

  98. buddycianci says: Sep 15, 2010 2:37 PM

    Brady has a legitimate gripe. The Foxboro crowd is frustratingly quiet. Look at KC and Seattle. Their teams have been pretty bad recently, and their fans come out and make serious noise.

  99. BenRapistberger says: Sep 15, 2010 2:40 PM

    Just throwing this out there. 2 years ago when the Pats hosted the Favre-led Jets and almost came back only to lose in OT to a buncha BS… that was the loudest I’ve EVER heard that stadium and every fan was still there at the end of the game. We stay when we have a close game, but if we know the outcome ahead of time in a blowout, and the game is in garbage time, it’s not much different than not showing up for a preseason game. Beating traffic > watching the backup QB hand the ball off.

  100. texasPHINSfan says: Sep 15, 2010 2:43 PM

    you NEVER want to be like Jets fans

  101. rusH1023 says: Sep 15, 2010 2:44 PM

    This article’s headline is ridiculous. I guarantee that, if asked, Brady would say that he doesn’t wish that. 100%.
    I agree, though, that Patriots fans who go to the games now SUCK. They’re not the same asses in the seats that they used to be.

  102. thumper/ says: Sep 15, 2010 2:44 PM

    Sorry tommy, I love ya and glad to have you but, your all wet on this one..we fans have to spend maybe 2hours trying to get out of the parking lots…………………..YOU on the other hand can scoot out behind the stadium to north st. THINK about that…………………..

  103. BP says: Sep 15, 2010 2:44 PM

    Prices are so high because of the kind of money Brady makes that only the relatively affluent can regularly afford to go to games and they are just entertainment seekers, not die-hard fans.
    But maybe Tom’s bitching will get the yuppies to holler some more.

  104. Matt says: Sep 15, 2010 2:46 PM

    “The road environment is very different than our friendly home crowd, who when I looked up, half the stadium was gone when we were up 21 points early fourth quarter, which I wasn’t so happy about,” Brady said. “I don’t think the Jets fans leave early. They’re going to be loud the whole game. Communication is always an issue.”
    ——————
    where does it say that he wishes Pat fans were like Jet fans. It implies that he wishes Pat fans would leave later.

  105. birdmancometh says: Sep 15, 2010 2:49 PM

    “things like this arent helping a league with the whiniest fanbase in sports.”
    That is the absolute truth and the smartest thing said on here in a long time. NFL fans are by far the most sensitive, whining fans in sports. It’s to the point where I don’t even like talking football to 90% of the population.

  106. Hauschild says: Sep 15, 2010 2:50 PM

    Classic – New York fans versus Boston fans: There is really no difference. Both lots are loud, whiny and obnoxious and they’re so damned high-strung from being trapped in a region with such a high population density.
    I’d be a miserable fan if I had to live there, also.

  107. bvan says: Sep 15, 2010 2:51 PM

    Wouldn’t happen at Lambeau, even if The Pack was BEHIND by 21 points.

  108. Rangenius says: Sep 15, 2010 2:55 PM

    Agreed, Patriots fans are bandwagon front runner fans. Losers even your QB noticed….

  109. PFTiswhatitis says: Sep 15, 2010 2:59 PM

    @footballnut: It is not like it used to be at Schafer stadium thats for sure. I had endzone seats and often couldnt find my “slot” on the bench.
    I lose my voice at every game and have always stayed to the end but many of the people there do not stand, yell, cheer, or even follow the game. The guys behind me are always chatting like old ladies. That’s their perogative. BUT I have to say that I do not miss the drunks passing out and pissing themselves, the fights, or any of that. Also, when the game is competitive the fans tend “to be there” and do their part. Especially for playoff games.
    Mike Fleger can bite me. He constantly rants about the fans. He sat a couple of rows in front of me one day and chatted with his buddy the entire time. He didnt watch the game for a minute, cheer or anything. He needs to STFU and Tome Brady really should be careful when talking about the fans that pay his salary.

  110. NewYorkSackExchange2010 says: Sep 15, 2010 3:04 PM

    As a Jets fan, I agree with Brady in one aspect that they are “loud”. I think what he meant by loud is obnoxious, arrogant & drunk! But with that does come more passion. Pats fans are more fair weather fans, not anywhere near the level of see-saw Dolphins fans, but fair weather due to the area’s other sports teams which are successful. Jets fans have nothing to hang their hats on, as the usual Jet fan is Jet/Met/Net(Knicks for some) fan for life, forgettable histories behind these troubled franchises to say the least. Take Brady’s words however you want, MDS manufactured this story. I can almost guarantee Brady is not even remotely worried as much as this made up headline depicts him to be.

  111. Patsfan1776 says: Sep 15, 2010 3:06 PM

    Easy for Brady to say when Mr. Kraft built a special access road onto North Street and pays the town to keep everyone off of North Street so the VIPs and players don’t need to deal with the f*ing mess on US RT1.

  112. RedskinsRT says: Sep 15, 2010 3:10 PM

    If Patriots fans converted to Redskins fans the Wine & Cheese Club level seats would be sold out every game. Your fan base isn’t so much diehard football fans as they are people who have money and nothing more to do on Sunday, Mr. Brady. Sure there are definitely diehard fans, but there are many more that are just riding the coattails of success.

  113. FireFlorio says: Sep 15, 2010 3:12 PM

    Pats season Ticket holder here. I love Brady’s comments. He is absolutely right. The old Foxboro Stadium was louder in the mid-90′s. Bottom line – The Pats have some of the most expensive tickets in the NFL – It is all due to supply and demand. I wish these fair weather idiots that want to enjoy 45 minutes of football would stay home and sell their tickets to somebody else. It is pathetic. Me and a bunch of my buddies car pool to the stadium, and when it is a couple of their turns to drive…..I take my own car because I know they will be whining early in the 4th quarter to haul ass. There are plenty of Rabbid blue collar (and not blue collar as well) that will gladly buy these tickets from the fair weather suits and stay all four quarters.
    I love Brady’s comments and hope they convince even a small number of the jerks that leave to stay in there seats. If nothing else….maybe they will start getting harrassed as they leave now.
    and ps – to the dude that says he has to “work the next day”?? LOL it was a 1pm game. Stay 4 quarters and even if you had to deal with 2 hours of traffic, you are home by 6pm-6:30pm. If that is too late for you then sell the f’n tickets before hand to somebody that cares and stay home on your couch.

  114. benjaminbreeg says: Sep 15, 2010 3:15 PM

    If the Patriots are up 31 to 3 by halftime, you’ll see alot of Jets fans leaving, same if the score was reversed. Nature of the beast.

  115. Duan says: Sep 15, 2010 3:16 PM

    well that’s easy – when your team has won 3 out of 6 Super Bowls and appeared in 4 of them in a 6 year period, they would get a little spoiled!
    Being a Browns fan, we stay through the whole damn thing because we are crazy and loyal to a fault because we haven’t won sh*t in years and this year ain’t lookin’ like we are going to reap any rewards for being loyal anyway!
    So Tommy Boy, start losing again and I’m pretty sure – they would loook for something to start booing you, then cheering again when you return to dominance – but as long as your dominating – they got bored of you guys

  116. PatsFanOf83 says: Sep 15, 2010 3:17 PM

    I was listening to Brady’s press conference, live, on the radio this afternoon and I think saying that Brady “ripped into Patriot’s fans” is extremely dramatic. He made a casual comment…he did NOT “rip into” anyone! Wow, the BS that some people print.

  117. madden42 says: Sep 15, 2010 3:25 PM

    Brady is right. Patriot home games aren’t football games, they’re social events. A majority of the people in attendance aren’t there because they want to watch the game, they’re there because they are New England socialites and want to be seen.

  118. asdfghjkl says: Sep 15, 2010 3:29 PM

    I’m still waiting for this cream puff to come out of the closet.

  119. Patsfan87 says: Sep 15, 2010 3:38 PM

    I was making a observation on the working the next day. You are right about a 1pm game. The night games are the issue. And at least I can afford to pay for my tickets at the 2nd highest prices in the NFL. And we also can thank Bob Kraft for not charging us PSL’s when Gillette was built.
    You want to talk about loyalty. I have been a season ticket holder all the way back to the Rod Rust/ Dick MacPherson days when we could leave 90 minutes before gametime and sit anywhere we wanted to without a issue. I personally don’t care what some of you are saying because I know that I am one of the real loyal fans and not a bandwagon since 2001.
    So I should stay home. It’s people like me who you all should be kissing my butt for sticking it out through the bad yrs and will be there for the next 40 plus yrs. And I know I will be able to afford it because I’m arrogant, rich and stable. Maybe I’ll buy a club seat next yr so I can eat prime rib, and have a martini at half time and if I feel like sitting in my RED SEAT then I WILL. Or I can stay inside, drink, eat and stay warm and I will know that you will never have the money to sit with me.

  120. NYJALLFINGDAY says: Sep 15, 2010 3:39 PM

    PFT most commented here we come!
    And Jets fans leave early because of traffic only. Traffic is brutal in Joisey.

  121. PFTiswhatitis says: Sep 15, 2010 3:41 PM

    “madden42 says:
    September 15, 2010 3:25 PM
    Brady is right. Patriot home games aren’t football games, they’re social events. A majority of the people in attendance aren’t there because they want to watch the game, they’re there because they are New England socialites and want to be seen.”
    That’s just funny. New England Socialites that want to be seen…please! This is not hollywood or Los Angeles. This is Foxboro. IDIOT!

  122. GreenAsGrass says: Sep 15, 2010 3:41 PM

    Real Jets and Giant fans hang out AFTER the game is over and start the grills up again. Any of you LOSERS that leave early to get home and wash the dishes, well why did ya bother to go to the game in the first place?
    I hate the Patriots but I respect Brady and it took balls for him to say this to all the Masshole fans that leave early.

  123. BlueRush says: Sep 15, 2010 3:43 PM

    “Wouldn’t happen at Lambeau, even if The Pack was BEHIND by 21 points.”
    Of course not…..WTF would anyone rush home to in Green Bay?
    You have nothing there but fields and snow. 8 times a year your miserable little city has something to be excited about….after that its nothing but cheese festivals.
    If I lived in GB i wouldn’t want to leave Lambeau either.

  124. raidersteve413 says: Sep 15, 2010 3:44 PM

    Ok I live here in MA heres the deal with these so called “fans”
    Well they are all bandwagoners. Before pats won a superbowl NOBODY had pats jerseys.
    The same people I see now with brady jerseys had Cowboys jerseys on in the 90s….
    This is not made up there is no such thing as REAL pats fans.
    If patriots lose 1 game people stop watching them.
    No loyalty. I never seen 1 person in my life with a scot zolak jersey..
    I swear on my life this is the truth.
    plus most pats fans cant name more than 6 people on their team. They know tom brady ,wess weler(maybe) randy moss.
    thats it. So I’am tellin everybody root against the pats to lose and then the fans will disapere

  125. LooksLikeRain says: Sep 15, 2010 3:45 PM

    This Tom Brady fellow isn’t so bad

  126. Kevin DuBrow says: Sep 15, 2010 4:02 PM

    lets be real here… isnt it a little humiliating if your claim to fame is being the “best fan” of someone else?

  127. madden42 says: Sep 15, 2010 4:02 PM

    Hey Jackass get a clue. You don’t need to be in Hollywood to want to be seen. The point is they have money they want people to know they have money. This is just one more way for them to do it. Eventually, when the Pat’s hit their down years, it will be considered “uncool” to be at games. You Massholes are just so incredibly ignorant. Get your head out of your ass….

  128. Dawn says: Sep 15, 2010 4:17 PM

    Dawn says:
    September 15, 2010 1:59 PM
    The fans leave early because traffic is an absolute NIGHTMARE. If the Patriots want to “enhance the game experience”, they need to add a few more lanes to Route 9.
    ___________________________________
    Correction: Route 1. I live in NY and travel Route 9 twice a day which is a nightmare unto itself.
    But, I do have Patriots season tickets so I know first-hand the time to get into and out of the Razor.

  129. njhitman says: Sep 15, 2010 4:19 PM

    Sounds like Tom Tom trying to get some love out of the Jets fans this weekend

  130. lol@vick says: Sep 15, 2010 4:23 PM

    I’ll take any chance I get to rip on the new Gillette experience.
    Fact is you can’t cheer for fear of the Gillette Gestapo kicking you out and taking away your season tks for the littlest reason. People don’t even high-five each other after a score anymore. The current crowd there is more about talking on their cell phones, and impressing their dates they took to the game- yes, its a one of those things now- take a girl to the game to impress her ooolaaalaaa – I can get Patriot tks- wow.
    Never mind the red club seats are always empty, no one leaves the luxury box to go sit and watch the game, though I doubt they are watching in the club either- its a waste of good real estate.
    Where does that leave the fans? Its $80 bucks for 3rd level seating that is just awful. The views from the 3rd level are horrible. And it takes at least 1/2 hour from the gate to get to your 3rd level seats.
    I used to go to Foxboro all the time for games, there wasn’t a better place in the NFL.
    They failed to transfer this to the new stadium. I’d rather watch at home and take a trip to see the team on the road than visit Gillette

  131. ejtowne says: Sep 15, 2010 4:26 PM

    Aww, poor baby, don’t the fans do enough by paying the highest ticket prices in the league? The fans in NE are too used to winning, winning by a wide margin too. I think that Brady is so insecure that he NEEDS the fans to cheer him off the field in order to sleep at night.

  132. CapsLockKey says: Sep 15, 2010 4:26 PM

    Talk about taken out of context. And you “journalists” wonder why coaches and players are getting more and more reserved about saying ANYTHING to the press. Keep on clipping soundbites out of context, then spinning them into tabloid worthy headlines. I’m no Brady or Patriot fan either.

  133. CliveRush says: Sep 15, 2010 4:28 PM

    The atmosphere at Foxboro is quiet unless the game being played inspires loud noise and excitement. The Krafts punish fans who are too loud because they disturb those pink hats around them. The stadium has the same system used in Europe for soccer games which picks out fans for removal and loss of ticket access due to bad behavior. Beer sale are cut off in the third so people get thirsty and head for the coolers in their cars if the game is not entertaining enough to hold their attention. The old stadium was great for noise but bad for seating. Ten fatsos in a row of the old seats means no cold aluminum for the late arrivals. Drunks everywhere until Kraft cleaned it up. The new set up is expensive but nice. RT 1 is a slow road out but it is the only road and the neighbors want the Pats to control the fans leaving the game. I switched to HD.

  134. JetReaper says: Sep 15, 2010 4:28 PM

    Was he only refering to Support at the games or the fact that he’s not fond of Pahhhhkn Cahhs, 3rd class flippin Wahoos…..
    BRADY LIVES IN NEW YORK CITY!!!!!!
    Of course he knows the difference between real people in a real city and whatever the hell they pretend to be up there.

  135. Raiderrich1911 says: Sep 15, 2010 4:31 PM

    Why would he want his fans to be like jets fans a bunch of scumbag loosers who never won anything the last 4 decades.I’m so sick of the jets hype Baltimore treated them like a red headed step child

  136. Mosi says: Sep 15, 2010 4:46 PM

    The traffic getting out of Gillette is a nightmare, so can’t blame em on some level.
    The Jets are never up by 3 touchdowns in the 4th quarter. Ever.
    The design of Gillette, sadly, is more open and less steep, so it doesn’t hold the noise in like other places.
    The luxury terrace that goes 30 to 30 in Gillette is a joke, as it’s mostly empty in the winter while all the chowderhounds are inside sipping tea and eating lobster rolls. Pussies.
    These are the facts.
    Full disclosure, I live in San Diego and watch the game, beer in hand, on my 50 with 7 speakers…. in a town where the Chargers can’t even sellout even though they are a playoff team. So, not exactly losing sleep over this.

  137. pats10 says: Sep 15, 2010 4:48 PM

    i couldnt agree with him more. I am a former season ticket holder in that library like stadium. You can hear a mouse fart in that place. People would yell at me and tell me to sit down when i stood up and cheered. That place sucks, and it is too bad, because a team that good should have better support. Patriots fans, please, grow some balls.

  138. TheSleepness says: Sep 15, 2010 7:15 PM

    why goto the game if you’re gonna leave? “to beat traffic?” Don’t you think there are thousands or more morons with the same idea and you will still be….caught in traffic, not to mentioned a coward.

  139. Mike Rendahl says: Sep 15, 2010 7:48 PM

    It’s great to see someone as good as Brady have the guts to tell it like it is! Good thing for Brady that it’s not the NBA, otherwise it would be a $250,000 fine.

  140. BP says: Sep 16, 2010 8:25 AM

    Kraft should just paint a fan picture on the seats. Oh yeah, and pipe in crowd noise like the Colts.

  141. Chad Pennington's Noodle Arm says: Sep 16, 2010 9:30 AM

    New Meadowlands will be deserted when the Patriots are up 35-0 at halftime.

  142. Backlund in 2012 says: Sep 16, 2010 9:31 AM

    benh999 says:
    September 15, 2010 1:40 PM
    That’s okay. Jets fans wish their team was more like the Patriots.
    ————————————————–
    Hahaha, comments like those are why I enjoy coming to this site.
    Not the shoddy writing/editing – seriously, it’s one thing if I post something full of bad grammar, I can’t go back and fix it – what is Rosenthal’s or MDS’ excuse? But the comments section from the peanut gallery makes it all worthwhile.

  143. wouldabeenthere says: Sep 16, 2010 11:35 AM

    Tommy, you would like to have Average Joe Fan (who would be thrilled to stay until even the players are leaving) back at Patriot games, instead of corporate types entertaining clients with a little football and wine and cheese before dinner? Talk to Mr. Kraft. He doesn’t want Avg. Joe anymore. Avg. Joe doesn’t fit the elite atmosphere envisioned for the stadium and also has more commitments for his declining income than he has millions in the bank. And frankly the cost of attending your exhibitions has declined less rapidly than Avg. Joe’s income. But bitch on Tommy.

  144. Dayton Dolfan says: Sep 16, 2010 12:45 PM

    f you brady. you just got paid like 60 million dollars to be there and you are complaining about it. how about you leaving the mother of your kid prematurely. fans buy their tickets that pay your salary. they pay to be in the stadium and can leave whenever they want. so stfu and throw some more tds.

  145. NoRingForYou says: Sep 16, 2010 1:12 PM

    And Jets fans wish they were Pats fans with the Championships they have.

  146. sasquash69 says: Sep 16, 2010 6:02 PM

    There fraud fans in New England, everyone knows that. Its all about the Deadsoxs.

  147. DonnyBoy says: Sep 16, 2010 6:09 PM

    I’ll be he wishes Bellecheat hadn’t been caught too.
    Remember? That’s when the Pats used to be relevant.
    I suppose it was easier to play QB when your coach had snuck cameras into their practices and could map out what they would do.

  148. rdollie says: Sep 17, 2010 10:50 AM

    Hah hah, you guys are funny. Some of you think Pats fans are the worst and some think New York has the worst fans.
    Clearly you’ve never spent anytime in California. These people define bandwagon when it comes to sports teams. We lived in SoCal for five years and I kid you not – all it takes is the darkening of the sky and the chance of rain to empty a stadium. These people define ‘fairweather fan.’
    Believe me, there’s a valid reason why the 2nd largest TV market (Los Angeles) couldn’t keep and doesn’t have a NFL franchise.

  149. petro says: Sep 17, 2010 11:24 AM

    The Patriots will always be second fiddle in that market. Those slobs care more about the utility infielder for the Saw’x than the Pats.

  150. lol@vick says: Sep 17, 2010 9:27 PM

    RE: petro-The Patriots will always be second fiddle in that market. Those slobs care more about the utility infielder for the Saw’x than the Pats.
    This is absolutely sadly true. Remember when Kraft proposted putting a stadium in South Boston? Everyone, residents, politicians everyone told him to go pound sand.
    From this article:
    http://boston.bizjournals.com/boston/stories/1997/03/03/editorial1.html
    “Last week, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft made the surprise announcement that he was withdrawing his proposal for a new football stadium in South Boston, in the face of intense neighborhood and political opposition. Was the announcement followed by an immediate outcry for a renewed effort to find another suitable location in Boston? Were there calls for negotiations among major political leaders to hammer out a deal? Was the mayor proclaiming that he’d fight as hard as possible to attract the Pats to Boston from their present home in Foxborough? Unfortunately, the answer to all these questions is no. “

  151. footballnut says: Sep 18, 2010 3:38 PM

    The residents were those yuppies who didn’t want it in their back yard not the general MA resident. This is the same resident type that wanted our U.S.S. Constitution to stop a time honored tradition because it bothered them. The Pats have been out rating the Sox for a bit now on TV and on the radio waves here. Some of you who aren’t from around here just don’t see it yet. The Sox will always be big around here, but it is the Pats’ town with the B’s slowly gaining on the Sox as well. Not to mention the Mayor in Boston is your typical liberal twit.
    Now these same residents who sit on their hands are the ones in the stadium bragging to their friends they go to Gillette as it’s the place to be.

  152. whocaresaboutdallas says: Sep 18, 2010 4:08 PM

    @nymets,
    I’ve been to many stadiums. The fans I encountered in New England at Gillette Stadium are without any doubt the biggest skum bags in the league. Worse than Philly fans. So this comes as no surprise. I’m a Yankee hater but I root for the Yankees whenever they play the Boston Red Sox. South Boston skum.
    ….says the mets fan. Too funny. I guess you never saw how mets fans act when they come down to phillies games. Nice try though, it’s a bunch a guys who look like those clowns on Jersey Shore.
    I hate the patriots and Brady but the guy has 3 super bowls and really should have had 4. So I guess he can say whatever he wants.

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