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Bart Scott, Santonio Holmes sound off after Jets roll

Fresh off a rewarding blowout victory, the New York Jets took the reserved approach in comments to the media Sunday.

Wait. Of course they didn't. Remember who we're talking about here?

Santonio Holmes told and NFL Network's Kim Jones that the Jets "put the league on notice" after their 48-28 win over the Buffalo Bills.

Linebacker Bart Scott -- disgusted by how his team has been depicted in the press -- declared a "media mutiny."

"You guys treat us like we're a (bleeping) joke," Scott said, via USA Today. "You all want us to feed your papers, but then you all talk (bleep) about us. So why would I want to give you all quotes to sell papers with if you all treat us like (bleep)? That doesn't make sense.

"You all talk stuff about us, and then when we win, you flip the story. You all win either way."

Scott's frustration is humorous ... and understandable. It was just Tuesday that the New York Post had Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow dressed as circus clowns on its front page. The Jets don't look like such a joke after laying waste to the Bills.

Follow Dan Hanzus on Twitter @danhanzus.

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