Bart Scott Blasts New England Patriots Fans: ‘Bad People’ Who Pull Hotel Fire Alarms

NEW YORK ( -- If the Los Angeles Chargers think traveling to the East Coast early to allow their internal body clocks time to adjust before Sunday's playoff game against the New England Patriots is a good idea, they might want to think again.

"Carlin, Maggie and Bart" host Bart Scott, a former Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets linebacker, said spending the night in Patriots territory before games was "the worst experience ever" during his playing career. 

Scott said Patriots fans in Providence, R.I., where his teams would stay, would routinely pull the hotel's fire alarm in the middle of the night or use microphones to shout things at players all night long.

"They're not bad fans, they're bad people," Scott said. "Like, if I saw some people in ... Providence, I would want to punch them in the face.

"If your team needs that much help, then they don't deserve the win, bro. Like, I think they're good enough by themselves. They don't need you to doing idiotic stuff, putting pressure on the fire department and the police department for some stupid stuff."