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Monday, December 05, 2005

Jets grounded, Pats improve to 7-5 with 16-3 win

On a cold and snowy day in Foxboro, the Patriots dominated (as they should have) the New Jersey Jets (2-10) 16-3 to improve to 7-5 on the season. The Patriots defense, including a large sack my Roosevelt Colvin (above), shut down any threat of offense by the Jets. They focused mainly on Curtis Martin, who gained only 29 yards on 15 carries.

Your Uncle Buck attended his first game in Crazy Cousin's seats, with Griff and Pan. The Chowdaheads passed around a bottle of Dr. McGillicuddy's Mentholmint Schnapps, in between beers and kielbasa for warmth...

Although we were informed that the booze would actually make us colder, a few more sips made us believe that that was not true.

While it was a slow, at times boring game, UB and the boys did get to see Patriots kicker Adam Vinatieri (above) become the team's all time leading scorer, passing all time great Gino Cappelletti, who got a nice hand from the crowd following the kick...

In the Patriots early days Gino (above) was the man...

Jets Head Coach Herm Edwards had to be upset with allowing the Patriots to gain 397 yards (the Pats most yards in 7 games), but a stern red-zone D forced Vinatieri to kick 21-yard, 34-yard and 22-yard field goals, rather than touchdowns.

The Patriots honored recently retired linebacker Ted Johnson at half time, but UB and the boys missed it because they had to visit with stupid Gaylicks and Crazy Phil who were taking advantage of luxury box seats...

Lineman Richard Seymour complained on WEEI Monday morning that the Pats fans seemed to be more excited to see Model Giselle Bundchen, who announced contest winners and reminded fans of the Victoria's Secret fashion show on CBS. All UB can say to Richard is...




HEY!! Eyes over here Mr. Brady!


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