"I hate the Jets," says Tom Brady. This makes Woody Johnson smile.
No one--let alone Brady, the dimple-chinned, model-marrying, Super Bowl--ring--collecting, Bieber-haircut-wearing quarterback, raised under the New England Patriots' strict policy of omertà--has bothered to publicly hate the New York Jets in quite some time. You don't hate teams that are middling, mediocre, inconsequential. Traditionally, the people most likely to publicly hate the New York Jets are long-suffering New York Jets fans.