George R.R. Martin hates the Jets as much as everyone hated King Joffrey

“Game of Thrones” creator George R.R. Martin is a New Jersey native, so he takes special interest in the New York Giants and New York Jets. Unfortunately for the latter, their failures on the field seem to have Martin hating on the team as much everyone hated King Joffrey.

Martin took to his online journal to discuss the Jets’ 41-10 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football and absolutely ethered the team for being imposters from “the Weehawken High School Junior Varsity.”

There was some silver lining for Martin, however, in the form of Bryce Petty.

Check out his comments below:

“Jets Game? What Jets game?

Did the Jets play a game? On Monday Night Football, you say?

Surely not.

Those were not the Jets. That was the Weehawken High School Junior Varsity dressed up in Jets uniforms, surely.

The hardest hit of the night was the one the security guys put on the streaker.

Oh, well. Bryce Petty came in and showed flashes. That was something. One nice long TD pass… and a lot of misses. We’ll see him the rest of the way, I am told. Good. Maybe with some reps in practice, he can improve.

An APB has been put out for Gang Green’s once heralded D.

(The Jets being the Jets, now that they have been officially eliminated from the playoffs, they will probably win a few meaningless end-of-season games, just to mess up their draft position).

Life is meaningless and full of pain.”

Tell us how you really feel, George.

You better get used to donning Giants gear moving forward.

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