Another day brings more drama for the New York Jets.
Sunday's matchup between the New England Patriots and New York Jets wasn't the most thrilling, ending in a rather uneventful 15-10 win for the Patriots.
Yet, there was a moment of intrigue. A potential ball tap became the topic of discussion, with Jets cornerback Sauce Gardner alleging that Patriots quarterback Mac Jones took a low blow at him.
On Monday, the NFL delved into the issue, examining Gardner's claim that Jones targeted him where no man wishes to be hit, as reported by NBC Sports’ Pro Football Talk.
Gardner elaborated on the incident with Jones, stating, “He reached out to me to get me to help him up. I just moved his hand out of the way. He got up and then came up to me like ‘Good job.’ While he was saying that, he hit me in my private parts. I didn’t react like I really wanted to. I definitely wasn’t expecting that. First time for everything I guess … He’s trying to prevent me from having kids in the future.”
Let's have a look:
Jets cornerback Sauce Gardner said after the game against the Patriots that Mac Jones hit him in the “private parts.”This video sent from a league source is a closer view. pic.twitter.com/UTayhuu6iB
— Dianna Russini (@DMRussini) September 25, 2023
It's challenging to pinpoint the exact events that unfolded, but it's evident that something took place — whether that's a ball tap, I'm uncertain, but it certainly seems like it. However, in defense of Mac Jones, I'd like to highlight:
CJ Mosley body slams Mac Jones after the whistle, and Sauce Gardner smacks his hand away instead of helping him up.
Then Sauce lies to the media about getting sack tapped. The Jets are a loser franchise. pic.twitter.com/4zfOKbcnJu
— Trev Reporteraport (@incredelman_11) September 25, 2023
So what do you think? Was this a foul move by Mac Jones or a loud defensive back trying to create drama?
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