It became pretty apparent last week that the New York Jets' locker room isn't part of the Tom Brady fan club. On Monday, Kris Jenkins took another shot at the so-called "Pretty Boy" quarterback.
"You can do little stuff (during games), but it's hard because you have the Brady Rules now," said Jenkins, currently on injured reserve because of a season-ending knee injury in Week 1. "You can't touch him. At the end of the day, if you're cocky and you have special rules and stuff, no one wants to hear it. Be quiet. Shut up, just keep it to yourself, if you've got special rules.
"If this was back in the day, when Lawrence Taylor could hit you, when we were allowed to hit you, hit you the way Derrick Thomas would, I don't think he'd be running around, acting like that. You can't ring his bell and it's 'OK, I'm a tough guy.' Yeah, OK. Whatever. The only way you're going to beat him now, because of the rules, you've got to beat him in the game."
Tell us how you really feel, Kris.