Found November 23, 2012 on
In The Neutral Zone:
On this fine Friday after Thanksgiving I have a few questions I need answered pertaining to the fine world of sports. Please feel more than free to answer any of these should you know the answers. Q: I really don’t like the guy, but why did the Jets trade for Tim Tebow if they are [...]
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TEBOW TIME POSTPONED
The Jets backup quarterback suffered a rib injury several weeks ago, keeping him from seeing action Thanksgiving night against the New England Patriots.
If you didn’t notice, New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow didn’t play in last night’s blow out loss to the Patriots. He revealed after the game that he has two broken ribs and that he had to talk head coach Rex Ryan into letting him dress.
“I had to do a little bit of talking just to dress but I just want to be there for my teammates in case they needed me in an emergency...
During the first half of the New York Jets ugly 49-19 loss
to the New England Patriots on Thanksgiving Day, fans began chanting for backup
quarterback Tim Tebow. While Tebow suited up for the game and was on the
sidelines, following the loss he announced that he had broken two ribs in the
Jets’ loss against the Seattle Seahawks two weeks ago, reports the Associated Press.
There were no Tim Tebow sightings at MetLife Stadium Thursday night as it was announced that the extremely polarizing quarterback has broken ribs which in itself is a complete mystery considering he hasn’t played. I guess you can only assume that Rex Ryan runs extremely physical practices during the week.
But seemingly like every week, the Jets were embarrassed once again this...
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow aggravated a rib injury during the week while lifting weights and stretching, the New York Daily News reported. Jets coach Rex Ryan said Friday the extent of Tebow's injury was not known until Wednesday when a CT scan revealed two fractured ribs. He originally injured the ribs in Week 10 against the Seattle Seahawks. At the time, the...
Rex Ryan anticipates Tim Tebow will be ''ready to go'' in the New York Jets' next game against the Arizona Cardinals in spite of the backup quarterback's two broken ribs.
The Jets coach said Monday that the team will see how Tebow does during the week.
Tebow was in uniform but didn't play Thursday night in the Jets' 49-19 loss to the New England...
President Obama beat Mitt Romney in the general election earlier this month, but finished well behind Tim Tebow in another November vote -- a poll seeking America's most preferred Thanksgiving dinner guest.
According to a survey conducted by Nielsen and reported in the New York Post, the New York Jets' backup quarterback was the preferred Turkey Day companion of 23 percent...
If you tuned into the Turkey Day tilt between the Patriots and Jets, you might've noticed the conspicuous lack of playing time for Tim Tebow.
In fact, the highly-publicized backup quarterback played zero -- read 'em zero -- snaps in New York's 49-19 blowout loss to the Pats.
And now we know why.
After the game, Tebow revealed to reporters that he has two fractured...
'U R RIDICULOUS'
New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller took to Twitter to call out Jets fans who apparently booed when it appeared that Mark Sanchez went down with an injury.
AS 'DERP' AS 'DERP' GETS
Hey Mark, tell me how his butt tastes. Seriously, how is Tim Tebow not the starter in New York yet?? Mark Sanchez just put the icing on the cake with probably the worst play in NFL history. Ran into his own lineman's butt, fumbled the ball and looked like a fool. Not to mention the fact that the Jets and Rex Ryan are an absolute joke. Losing 35-0 at half. Check...
New England tight end Aaron Hernandez is active for the Patriots' game against the New York Jets after missing the last three because of a sprained right ankle.
Tight end Rob Gronkowski is not active Thursday night, as expected, after breaking his left forearm in the Patriots' win over Indianapolis on Sunday. Rookie defensive end Chandler Jones (ankle), guard Logan Mankins...
The New York Jets looked a lot like the team we all know they are tonight. This team has some serious problems and the answer is NOT Tim Tebow! I think it starts at the top, so Rex Ryan is going to have to face the facts: his team is in disarray and he has no idea how to fix it.On the other side of the field was the New England Patriot, leader of the division and clearly on their...