Saturday, November 22, 2014

Detroit radio station organizing Jets rally to spite ex-Lions coach: Report

The NFL announced Friday tickets for the transplanted Jets-Bills game on Monday night in Detroit will be free to the general public and all seating will be general admission.

Since the two teams really have much of a fan base in Motown,  one Detroit radio station — WMGC-FM — which still holds a grudge against former Lions coach and now Bills defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz, urged the locals to support the Jets.

Schwartz, who had coached Detroit the previous five seasons, was sarcastically carried off the field when the Bills beat the Lions back in Week 5 this season.

So expect to see a lot of green and white at the Jets' "home" game.
Tickets were made available to season-ticket holders on Friday and will be available to the public beginning Saturday (10 a.m.) at Gang Green fans.

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