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Tom Brady led a comeback win over the Jaguars while the Miami Dolphins, fueled by what were very slim (now non-existent) playoff hopes, gave the Bills and Jets a lesson in fighting to the end. Meanwhile, Ebenezer Ryan ruined Tiny Tim Tebow's Christmas.
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There was a time when it was rumored that Lucy Pinder and Tim Tebow were dating. We still aren’t sure if this was ever true, but regardless of any rumors Lucy Pinder does not need Tim Tebow to make a name for herself. All she needs is a bikini! Check out her gallery below: [...]
There is a reason that Super Bowl Champs aren’t getting much attention, even though they are in the midst of wasting a three-game lead in their division by losing six of eight in the second hand of the season. The New York Jets are taking all the attention away from them, much like they did [...]
ON A RAGE
The Patriots struggled to beat the Jaguars on Sunday, and Tom Brady was so ticked after the game he reportedly blasted his teammates.
Former Redskins quaterback Joe Thiesmann began his pro football career in the Canadian Football League and he told USA Today Sports that Jets quarterback Tim tebow wouldn’t have any success north of the border.
“If I was a Canadian football team, I wouldn’t take him,” Thiesmann said.
“You get a lot of one-on-ones. You have a lot of space to throw into, but you still have...
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow was so frustrated when the starting job was conferred upon Greg McElroy early last week that he told the coaches he didn’t want to be used in any Wildcat packages Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, multiple Jets sources told ESPNNewYork.com. Tebow was active, but did not play in the 27-17 loss at MetLife Stadium. In Tebow’s absence...
With Jaguars owner Shad Khan understandably desperate to put fans in the seats at EverBank Field, it is “a virtual certainty” that useless New York Jets employee Tim Tebow will play quarterback in Jacksonville next autumn. Tebow, who the Broncos … Continue reading →
It’s basically a foregone conclusion that Tim Tebow’s tenure
with the New York Jets has nearly come to an end, but Chris Mortensen of ESPN,
via Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, is now reporting that it’s “a
virtual certainty” that the quarterback will play for the Jacksonville Jaguars
In fact, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that it’s “a
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen via Adam Schefter, Jets quarterback Tim Tebow will most likely be playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars next season.
And @mortreport reports it’s “a virtual certainty” that Tim Tebow will play in 2013 for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 23, 2012
We already know the Jets are going to get rid of Tebow...
Mark Sanchez may be signed with the Jets through the 2016 season, but it appears his jersey has already hit the clearance rack.
Tom Brady wasn’t too pleased with the Patriots’ performance after Sunday’s 23-16 win in Jacksonville, and that discontent doesn’t seem to be dissipating.
Brady, during his weekly appearance on WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan Morning Show, spoke at length about unnecessary mistakes that have cost the Patriots over the past two weeks.
“I think just the self-inflicted errors...
I want to see the fire from Brady regardless of the opponentEach week there is a new gameplan, a new formula for victory. Each week certain aspects of the game just loom larger than the rest. The idea is not to divine the course of the contest, but to highlight the match-ups and intangibles that I'll have my eye on during the broadcast. 1. A Pissed-Off Brady - I have always thought...
The Patriots at least had an excuse for last week’s letdown. This week, though? There’s really no good reason for their performance.
Tom Brady approached the postgame podium with a piercing look of anger and frustration strewn across his face, as if to let everyone know the displeasure he felt. He was short in his responses and didn’t last more than a few minutes before closing...
The Jets deserved this. This 27-17 loss to the Chargers was Woody Johnson, Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum’s reward for having no plan at all on offense, acquiring Tim Tebow, and failing to improve the Jets skill positions during the offseason. This week’s No Huddle is brought to you by, the Jets offensive line.
Greg McElroy was sacked 11 times. In one game. Keep in...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Tom Brady overcame two interceptions and three sacks and safety Patrick Chung picked off Chad Henne twice in the final minutes to preserve New England's 23-16 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday at EverBank Field. The game was in doubt until the Patriots held off the Jaguars on two possessions in New England territory in the last four minutes...