In the NFL, just about anything can happen. We’ve seen it all from murder trials and cheating to scandals, to beautiful cancer stories and first openly gay players.
Well, ex-player for the New York Jets, Bart Scott is switching it up by throwing total shade at the Philadelphia Eagles and head coach, Chip Kelly.

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Bart Scott played was on the Jets for four years before he retired and became a “CBS Sports Analyst.” People weren’t happy about that as they saw him as a violent and aggressive person.

Well as it turns out, his words are just as aggressive. Scott made a comment saying he hopes Chip Kelly and the Eagles

“loses every single game.”

he went on to say,

“I’m rooting for the Jets. Not just because I played for the Jets, but because I love a good car crash. I love a good accident waiting to happen. You have one guy who thinks he’s the smartest guy in the world. Trust me, I played for Brian Billick, so I’m used to being around guys that believe that they’re really smart, and Brian was. But come on now, are you kidding me? This guy needs to figure out what time to get a protein shake because obviously he’s giving the protein shakes at the wrong time, with his scientists and stuff that he has back there, because his teams aren’t ready to play in the first half.”

Pretty harsh words from someone who knows what it takes to be a factor at that level.

The Jets will face the Eagles who are 0-2 going into Week 3. The game will air Sunday at 1:00 p.m., on Fox.