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Posted at 8:58 AM ET, 01/17/2011

Bart Scott on Tom Brady, Patriots: 'They can't stop a nosebleed"

By Cindy Boren

"They can't stop a nosebleed."

Sacking Tom Brady five times and beating the New England Patriots gives a team bragging rights and, boy, did Bart Scott -- justifiably -- take 'em.

The Jets, who sniff out slights real and perceived and use the merest of utterances as bulletin-board material, now get the Pittsburgh Steelers and, well, it was on as soon as the divisional playoff conference semifinal game in Foxborough was over. Scott's response to mention of playing Sunday in Pittsburgh?

"Can't wait."

By Cindy Boren  | January 17, 2011; 8:58 AM ET
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Hope the Steelers beat 'em by eight touchdowns and someone gives Rex Ryan an atomic wedgie.

Posted by: freakzilla | January 17, 2011 11:01 AM | Report abuse

Co-sign on that, freakzilla. Looking forward to all the air going out of the Jet balloon Sunday afternoon.

Posted by: NateinthePDX | January 17, 2011 11:56 AM | Report abuse

In favor of the oh-so-humble Steelers? No thanks. Tomlin aside, 2 weeks of Pittsburgh hype sounds less appealing than 2 weeks of the Jets and the Packers.

Posted by: KeithMcMillan | January 17, 2011 5:40 PM | Report abuse

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