The New York Jets will always have hate for the New England Patriots.
But one former Jet’s hatred runs really deep for Patriots coach Bill Belichick.
Bart Scott became best known for his “Can’t wait” plea after a 2010 playoff game. He played four seasons for the Jets.
However, Scott says his disdain for the legendary head coach didn’t begin until after his playing days.
“Bill was an a– to me on something that had nothing to do with football, like after my career,” Scott recently told Barstool Sports.
“Listen, I’m an equal opportunity a–hole. I’m the candy man. Anybody can get it. I don’t care who the hell you are. If he got smoke, we got smoke. Listen, if I see him and he wants some, he can get some.”
Scott even admitted he doesn’t “really hate the Patriots,” he just hates the coach.
One of the hosts even asked Scott if he would “p— on” Belichick if he were on fire.
“Not at all. … I’d rather let him burn,” Scott said.
Scott is now a radio host for ESPN New York and contributes to Jets coverage on SportsNet New York.