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Jets Fans Should Vote With Their Feet

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Woody Johnson owes Jets fans an explanation.

How did this happen? How did a team a game away from going to the Super Bowl two years ago devolve into a punch line? And how is the Jets owner going to fix it?

Johnson rushed out of MetLife Stadium on Thanksgiving night without speaking to reporters after his team’s 49-19 humiliating loss to the Patriots. It is unlikely Johnson will say anything publicly again until the end of the season.

Now, it’s time for the fans to get a message across to Johnson. Skip Sunday’s game with the Cardinals.

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