Saleh knows Jets playing at home on 9/11 has special meaning
On Sunday, Robert Saleh may have one or more moments when he looks up at the crowd at MetLife Stadium
and remembers how many lives were changed in an instant 21 years ago.
Saleh's New York Jets will start the NFL season at home against the Baltimore Ravens.
This is just across the Hudson River from where hijackers flew two planes into the World Trade Center during the 9/11 attacks.
On Sunday, there will be football, but the cheers won't mean that anyone has forgotten.
David, Saleh's oldest brother, just barely got out of the south tower that day.
And it's likely that many of the fans in the stands and at home cheering for the Jets to beat Lamar Jackson