Hey guys, time to leave Jets in your rearview mirror
Robby Anderson recently told the Charlotte Observer he was “losing his love for football” during his time with the Jets.
“It was days I wouldn’t even want to go to the building like I didn’t like feeling like that, there was just a lot of things,” Anderson said. “I just wasn’t genuinely happy there all the time.”
Well, perhaps there were people in the building who weren’t genuinely happy with him when he got arrested twice during his time with the team.
Perhaps former Jets coach Todd Bowles wasn’t genuinely happy with the player during a loss to Carolina in November 2017, when the receiver walked up to a network camera after a TD and asked fans at home to vote him into the Pro Bowl.
“That’s not smart football at all,” Bowles said after the game. “We don’t want selfish players on this team doing selfish things.”
Perhaps the Jets weren’t genuinely happy with him when a month before that, late in a loss to Miami, he took off his helmet and slammed it to the turf and got penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct.
So there were certainly times the Jets were losing their love for the player.
A few months ago, Seattle’s Jamal Adams also talked about his discontent while with the Jets.
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