Sports Analysts Beware - Better pick Jets Or Else!

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    Sports Analysts Beware - Better pick Jets Or Else!

    Bart Scott calls out Tom Jackson in national TV for not picking Jets to win. Jackson felt compelled to have to "explain himself" to Scott and the Jets.

    After the www.sportsgrid.com/power-grid/nfl-teams/new-york-jets/">New York Jets shocked thewww.sportsgrid.com/power-grid/nfl-teams/new-england-patriots/"> New England PatriotsSunday to advance to the AFC championship, an angry www.sportsgrid.com/power-grid/nfl-players/bart-scott/">Bart Scott www.sportsgrid.com/nfl/video-bart-scotts-angry-spirited-postgame-interview-anybody-can-be-beat/" target="_blank">let out his emotions in an interviewwith www.sportsgrid.com/power-grid/tv-analysts-and-hosts/sal-paolantonio/">Sal Paolantonio.

    ESPN initially showed a clip with Scott screaming “Anybody can beat!” into the camera. While we all assumed Scott was talking to the general sports-watching world, it turns out he was speaking to one person in particular: ESPN analyst Tom Jackson.

    In fact, the entire interview, which ESPN later showed, began with Scott screaming “To all the nonbelievers, especially youTom Jackson!” Scott was referring to Jackson’s pregame prediction of a 30-10 Patriots blowout.

    Apparently the linebacker startled the ESPN commentator as much as he did the rest of us, because during an interview on “Mike and Mike in the Morning,” Jackson felt the need to explain the “psychological game” he was playing with the Jets with his “premeditated” prediction.

     
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    [QUOTE]Bart Scott calls out Tom Jackson in national TV for not picking Jets to win. Jackson felt compelled to have to "explain himself" to Scott and the Jets. by www.sportsgrid.com/author/brad-cohen/ " title="Posts by Brad Cohen" /> Brad Cohen | 2:34 pm, January 17th, 2011 After the www.sportsgrid.com/power-grid/nfl-teams/new-york-jets/ "> New York Jets shocked the www.sportsgrid.com/power-grid/nfl-teams/new-england-patriots/ "> New England Patriots Sunday to advance to the AFC championship, an angry www.sportsgrid.com/power-grid/nfl-players/bart-scott/ "> Bart Scott www.sportsgrid.com/nfl/video-bart-scotts-angry-spirited-postgame-interview-anybody-can-be-beat/ " target="_blank"> let out his emotions in an interview with www.sportsgrid.com/power-grid/tv-analysts-and-hosts/sal-paolantonio/ "> Sal Paolantonio . ESPN initially showed a clip with Scott screaming “Anybody can beat!” into the camera. While we all assumed Scott was talking to the general sports-watching world, it turns out he was speaking to one person in particular: ESPN analyst Tom Jackson . In fact, the entire interview, which ESPN later showed, began with Scott screaming “To all the nonbelievers, especially you Tom Jackson!” Scott was referring to Jackson’s pregame prediction of a 30-10 Patriots blowout. Apparently the linebacker startled the ESPN commentator as much as he did the rest of us, because during an interview on “Mike and Mike in the Morning,” Jackson felt the need to explain the “psychological game” he was playing with the Jets with his “premeditated” prediction.
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    It gets better; instead of admitting he was just wrong, Jackson tried to eexplain that he was trying to help the Jets win by picking against them.

    The guy is an absolute joke.
     
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