Jets | W. Johnson angry about coin toss Mon, 15 Mar 2010 18:14:19 -0700 Aaron Wilson, of the National Football Post, reports New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is angry about how the league office handled the coin toss between the Jets and New York Giants to determine who would open their new stadium. Johnson said, "When the issue of which team would be hosting the first regular season game could not be resolved on the merits, I suggested a coin toss as the fairest way to resolve this issue. The league rejected that idea. Then, I was told on Friday (March 12) that a coin toss had taken place at the league office and that the Jets had lost. We rejected a process in which neither team was present. The league departed from our time-honored tradition and declined the opportunity to set the matter straight with a transparent process."