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Brandon Jacobs to Gisele Bundchen: 'Shut up'

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New York Giants running back Brandon Jacobs, who apparently has time-traveled to this era from a less-enlightened time, knows a woman's place. And he's not afraid to tell supermodel Gisele Bundchen about it.

Bundchen defended her husband, New England quarterback Tom Brady, after Sunday's Super Bowl loss to the Giants, saying "You have to catch the ball when you’re supposed to catch the ball. My husband cannot ... throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can’t believe they dropped the ball so many times."

Jacobs has the following advice for Bundchen.

"She just needs to continue to be cute and shut up," Jacobs told reporters at the Giants championship parade in Manhattan on Tuesday. I'm guessing he then belched, hiked up his pants and watched a "Married with Children" rerun.

Shockingly, a check of Jacobs' bio online shows him to be married. We'd call his wife for comment, but that would be unfair, as all she really should be doing is be cute and shut up.

By the way, Jacobs had a huge 37 yards rushing during the Super Bowl. Some advice for Jacobs: Shut up and gain some yards.

A wife defending her husband. Wow, what is this world coming to. Next thing you know, someone will be inventing fire and we won't have to live in caves all the time.

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Photo: Brandon Jacobs holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy at a rally to celebrate the New York Giants' Super Bowl victory in East Rutherford, N.J. on Wednesday. No word on whether Jacobs was silently wishing for the women in attendance to shut up and stop cheering. Credit: Jeff Zelevansky / Getty Images

 

 
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