As Syrian Conflict Intensifies, New Jersey Man Urges God To End Jets Quarterback Controversy

August 30, 2013 by  
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Jets QB Controversy

East Rutherford, New Jersey––As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry effectively set out a case for missile strikes on Syria this morning, New York resident Alan Jones has intensified his prayers for God Almighty to resolve the quarterback controversy brewing in New York. Jones reported to EOTT this afternoon that after having accidentally stumbled upon a Fox News “Alert”  yesterday showing Pope Francis and Jordinian King Abdullah II urging dialogue to end the Syrian violence, Jones, A lifelong Jets fan, muted the television, closed his eyes,  dropped to his knees, and prayed that Jets Coach Rex Ryan be given clarity of mind during these difficult times. “Oh, Most Merciful Jesus, give us strength,” Jones said, teary eyed as he vacantly watched clips of the bloodshed in the streets, and prayed that God show Himself, and to finally put an end to the intensifying controversy that has rocked his beloved team. “I mean…Geno Smith in the read option? I don’t know…I’m not convinced. Sanchez is dinged up, but will he be ready to step up to the plate and lead after he heals? Why all this now? With so close to the season opener. This is nothing short of a tragedy.” At press time, Jones was praying for all the innocent players who were caught in the middle of the controversy.