New York Jets Join War On Mexico (And Mexico’s Sexiest Sports Reporter)

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Hey they got shitty magazines in Mexico now, too?In preparation for tonight’s big crest-falling at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens, the New York Jets reportedly “made passes at” (literally!) TV Azteca sports reporter Inez Sainz, who came all the way up from Mexico City. The result is that now there really will be a War with Mexico and this is NOT EXCELLENT NEWS for Hillary Clinton because bicentennial celebrating Mexicans will intercept quarterback Mark Sanchez’s “bombs” faster than you can say GOAL, in Spanish.

The New York Post reports:

During the portion of practice open to the media, [Jets coach Rex] Ryan and defensive backs coach Dennis Thurman purposely overthrew passes so they would land near Sainz, she said.

Later, during a locker-room availability, several players allegedly hooted and hollered when Sainz walked in.

She later tweeted she was “dying of embarrassment.”

Of course she died, but not of embarazada. The Jets locker room is the biggest gay bathhouse in town.

So the “blonde bombshell” of course launched a Twitter war of sexual victimization upon them, and now MEXICO AND THE RAVENS WIN THE WAR OF 2010! Hooray!

UPDATE: Uh oh, guess Mark Sanchez “took one for the team” because the war has been called off, according to Sainz’s Twitter account which now claims “I was never offended by the Jets.” Take that Hillary! Try the Steelers next time, instead.

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