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Mark Sanchez Speak Out About Tom Brady

Mark Sanchez doesn't share Tom Brady's hatred in football's ultimate rivalry. (Greg Fiume / Getty Images)

After Tom Brady said he hates the Jets and doesn’t care to watch HBO’s “Hard Knocks” featuring the New York Jets, Mark Sanchez responded that the feeling is definitely not mutual. Brady’s comments that started the whole kerfuffle?

“I hate the Jets. I refuse to support that show. I’m sure it’s great TV and I’m glad people are liking it. But that’s something I have no interest in watching. I’d love to say a lot of mean things, too, but I’d rather not do that, either.”

So you don’t want to say mean things, Tom? Then allow me. J-E-T-S SUCK SUCK SUCK!!! Fireman Ed? I’ll take Wayne Brady as Crazy Ted any day.

Rex Ryan responded by saying,

“Hell, he knows we hate the Patriots, so what’s the difference?”

Pretty high and mighty for someone who looks like some weird, amphibious cross between Nick Nolte, Gary Busey, and Fat Bastard.

When Mark Sanchez was asked to respond to Tom Brady, he took a much less confrontational approach.

“[Brady’s comment] doesn’t matter,” Sanchez said. “It’s neither here nor there. We respect the heck out of them. I think he’s a great quarterback, it’s a great franchise, and we need to bring our best when we play them, every time.”

Sanchez added,

“No, I love the Patriots. I love Tom.”

He then turned to the camera and said,

“I love you, Tom.”

Well, who doesn’t love Tom?

I’m glad to see Mark Sanchez is taking this so well. That’ll make him easier to take down twice a year, knowing he’s gone soft.

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