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David Letterman Rips Jets' Trip-happy Coach in Top Ten List

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Jets strength training coach Sal Alosi has already been fined and suspended for the trip seen 'round the world. Though, it's likely he'll never be able to totally live it down completely. While sports blogs, ESPN talking heads, and, of course, Channing Crowder have already ripped into the guy, last night David Letterman decided to dig into Alosi by targeting him in Top Ten List.

Here's Sal Alosi's top ten excuses.

Number one is pretty good, but our favorite might be number 5. (I was jacked up on Four Loko, dude.)

We guess Letterman and his New York-based staff are Giants fans.

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