Jets owner flipout costing NYC Bowl bid?
By Mark J. Miller
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is peeved that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell decided whether his team or the New York Giants would play first in the new stadium by tossing a coin without a rep from either team in attendance. Johnson has been plenty vocal about his displeasure in recent days.
Still, Goodell isn't changing his mind. The schedule is set. The Giants get the first Sunday game and the Jets get the first Monday night game. Goodell has been commissioner for almost four years and this is the first time an owner is publicly letting him know what a boob he thinks he is and one imagines that Goodell is not pleased with Johnson's behavior.
Johnson has long been trying to get the Super Bowl to come to New York. The New York Daily News is reporting that Johnson's sudden public outrage at Goodell may put the possibility of the big game coming to the Big Apple in jeopardy.
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