Monday, November 26, 2012

Jets fireman ed

  • Jets superfan Fireman Ed hangs up his helmet

    New York Jets fan Ed Anzalone writes in a guest column for Metro New York newspaper Sunday that he will no longer lead the "J-E-T-S!" chants at home games or wear his firefighter's hat because "confrontations" between him and other fans "have become ...

  • Fireman Ed resigns as Jets unofficial mascot

    2012 - In a great loss for bored cameramen, people too drunk to remember how to spell "jets" and producers of puff pieces for NFL pregame shows, New York Jets superfan Fireman Ed has resigned from his position as a guy who wears his fireman helmet ...

  • Jets hit new low as superfan 'Fireman Ed' quits his beloved team for season

    The Jets' most attention-seeking fan, "Fireman Ed", aka former New York firefighter Ed Anzalone, used 275 words to do essentially the same thing.

  • Fireman Ed quits as New York Jets' unofficial mascot

    In a guest column for Metro New York, Fireman Ed -- real name: Ed Anzalone -- explained that confrontations with fans at MetLife Stadium, not the Jets' epic struggles during a blowout loss to the New England Patriots on Thanksgiving night, led to his ...

  • Fireman Ed hanging up his Jets helmet

    "Fireman" Ed Anzalone, known for leading the "J-E-T-S" chants at home games, announced he no longer will lead the chants at games or play the role of "Fireman Ed." The move is not because of the Jets' struggles, but because of increased confrontations ...

  • Jets' "Fireman Ed" Resigns......From Something He Wasn't Hired To Be

    Debby Wong-US PRESSWIRE. In maybe the funniest news around the mess that is the New York Jets franchise, unofficial mascot, and former Miami Dolphins fan, Fireman Ed has decided to "resign" from his "role" with the team. Edwin Anzalone has decided ...

  • 1 Jets fan 'Fireman Ed' flames out, announces retirement

    Ed Anzalone, better known as Fireman Ed, has announced that he is retiring his role as the face of Gang Green fandom. For years, Anzalone has attended every home game, often leading the fans in chants of "J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets." He often is on the ...

  • Fireman Ed Stepping Down Speaks Volumes on Current State of J-E-T-S

    Fans of the New York Jets no doubt thought that they had finally, mercifully hit rock bottom during Thanksgiving night's humiliation at the hands of the hated New England Patriots, but it turns out there's even more humiliation.

  • Ed Anzalone quitting as 'Fireman Ed,' will remain Jets fan

    How bad has this season for the New York Jets? So bad that it convinced Ed Anzalone, aka "Fireman Ed," to step away from his post as a fan leader for the team.

  • Has Fireman Ed had enough with the Jets?

    Simon Samano, USA TODAY SportsShare. Comments. 2012-11-23-jets-firemaned2. Fireman Ed, a fixture at Jets games, leads his signature "J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets Jets!" chant earlier this season. Is he done, though? (Photo: Robert Scheer, USA TODAY Sports) ...

  • Fireman Ed steps away from spotlight of being Jets' top fan

    Just call him Ed. Fireman Ed, the Jets' most high-profile fan who would turn up on gamedays in the Meadowlands wearing a fireman's hat and lead fans in the stadium in a cacophony of "J-E-T-S", has resigned. "I will always love the Jets because they are ...

  • Fireman Ed hanging up helmet

    Ed Anzalone -- the Jets' most recognizable fan -- said his decision to leave Thursday night's 49-19 blowout loss to New England at halftime had nothing to do with the lopsided score.

  • Fireman Ed Steps Away as JETS Chant Leader

    As you all may have heard by now, "Fireman Ed" is no more. Retired firefighter Ed Anzalone will no longer be leading the famous J-E-T-S chant at the Jets games anymore. He will attend the games, but as himself, sitting in a different section. He left ...

  • Fireman Ed to turn in his hat, pens resignation letter

    Somehow it made news on Thanksgiving when noted Jets fan Ed Anzalone -- you might know him better as Fireman Ed, the guy who leads the J-E-T-S chants -- left the Patriots destruction of New York before the end of the game. In fact, he left before halftime.

  • Unruly New York Jets Fans Even Managing to Run Off "Fireman Ed"

    Unruly New York Jets Fans Even Managing to Run Off "Fireman Ed". As a New Jersey born Georgian, I have my share of clashes of culture here in the south's empire state.

  • Fireman Ed will no longer play team's mascot

    Jets! Jets! Jets!" The franchise will turn to a new era on Dec. 2 when the Jets host the Cardinals, as he will be "Fireman Ed" no more. The retirement of Anzalone in his special role in the game day experience at MetLife Stadium is the end of an era ...

  • Even Fireman Have Quit Cheering for the Jets

    It wasn't the most important win of the weekend, but it was the most impressive: New England hung like four touchdowns in a minute on the Jets on Thursday. The Jets are so bad that Fireman Ed, a lonely old man who looks for acceptance by rooting for ...

  • Ed Anzalone to Stop Attending Jets Games as 'Fireman Ed' Due to ...

    While it wasn't the unflattering score that caused Fireman Ed to leave the game, it seems like other Jets fans have extinguished the most passionate fan of a 4-7 team in history.

  • 'Fireman' Ed hangs up his hat

    So far in 2012, the New York Jets have had a season that they'd probably rather forget. Now one of their ... Ed closes out the column by saying that he will continue to attend games; just not as Fireman Ed. It's a dark day for New York sports, everyone ...

  • Is Jets' Fireman Ed now a Dolphins' fan?

    Anzalone also has deactivated his Twitter account, prompting former Jets' nose tackle and current NFL analyst Kris Jenkins to speculate whether Anzalone has switched allegiances.

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