Jets fans are a little frustrated with their football team, and coincidentally, Jets players are frustrated with Jets fans.
That was evident as Jets WR Chaz Schilens put the fans on blast after Sunday’s 30-9 home loss to the division foe Miami Dolphins.
Fans, upset, have been calling for the head of Mark Sanchez, with a QB rating of 72.8 and a completion percentage of just over 52%, I don’t blame them. The fans are fed up, and have been chanting “We want Tebow” in several variations, I’ve heard some profanity mixed in as well, but we’ll keep it clean.
Fans have been calling for Tebow in New York. When will they get their wish? (AP Photo)
Fans are pissed, and they want better production. Some life out of their offense or a fire lit under their rear ends, and Tim Tebow can bring just that. We saw it last year as he helped energize a 1-4 team and lead them to the playoffs. So of course the fans are screaming, and Chaz Schillens thinks it’s Bulls***.
“That chanting is just B.S. Mark’s the QB,” he told Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. “I think the fans are out of place.”
Out of place for asking for a QB who supposedly can’t throw? His average QB rating is 75.3, and his completion percentage hovering around the 55% mark, both higher than that of Sanchez. Not to mention the nine career interceptions thrown by Tebow, compared to the eight this year by Mark.
“We didn’t play well,” Schilens added. “They’re pissed. So they have a right to be pissed.”
Haven’t we heard that before?
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