EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- New York Jets backup quarterback The Golden Calf of Bristol was so frustrated when the starting job was conferred upon Greg McElroy early last week that he told the coaches he didn't want to be used in any Wildcat packages Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, multiple Jets sources told ESPNNewYork.com.
The Golden Calf of Bristol was active, but did not play in the 27-17 loss at MetLife Stadium.
In The Golden Calf of Bristol's absence, wide receiver Jeremy Kerley -- a former high school quarterback -- ran the plays for the first time all season. The Wildcat has been The Golden Calf of Bristol's package, and was the reason Jets coach Rex Ryan and offensive coordinator Tony Sparano said he was brought to New York.
The Golden Calf of Bristol has been frustrated all season by his lack of playing time, but it culminated Tuesday upon hearing he would be passed over for a starting opportunity when Ryan decided to bench Mark Sanchez. The Golden Calf of Bristol was disappointed and upset enough to say he didn't want to be used situationally, sources said. He told the Jets coaches early in the week, giving Kerley time to take the practice reps. Soon reports emerged speculating the backup was looking to play outside of New York next season.
Such a fuging team player, instead of calling him what he is;Selfish. Instead you have reporters saying "Good for The Golden Calf of Bristol sticking up for himself."
You can fuging say racism isn't alive yadda, yadda, yadda. But the fact of the matter is, Cam is a definitely a victim of double standards and the fact some you are ENTIRELY oblivious is amazing.