Mike White, NY Jets, Press Conference, Interview, Joke
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Yet another showcase of how White’s teammates feel about him

Bring out the funnies in the Thursday presser.

In his media session before the Jets-Bills Week 14 showdown, Mike White took his opportunity to elicit some laughs and get in some shots.

First, Elijah Moore asked White what he thinks of the receivers. White went through every single wide receiver on the Jets’ active roster and practice squad… besides Moore. He then threw in a token mention of No. 8 at the end, making both Moore and the reporters chuckle.

Later, Michael Carter joined the party, asking White if there is a different pedigree or mojo because he’s from South Florida. White’s answer is epic.

White kept it going through, including when The Daily News‘s Antwaan Staley asked him about going in to face Buffalo after what happened last year.

White deadpanned: “What happened last year?”

White has it going on the field, garnering two 300-yard passing games in his two starts and leading the Jets within a hair of an upset over the Vikings.

He clearly has it going off it, as well.

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Rivka Boord has followed the Jets since the age of five. She is known locally for her in-depth knowledge of football. She hopes to empower young women to follow their dreams and join the sports conversation. Boord's background in analytics infuses her articles with unique insights into the state of the Jets' franchise and the NFL as a whole.
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