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With Mark Sanchez not impressing the Jets' fanbase, the calls for Tim Tebow are louder each day. Find out why a discord between ownership and the front office might spell trouble for Gang Green.
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New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow told the media that it’s hard for him to get a rhythm going and get a feel for the game because he’s not on the field on a consistent basis during games.
“I think when you’re getting the ball a lot during the game you can get the rhythm of the game and I think that makes it easier,” Tebow said, via ESPNNewYork.com. “You get a feel and...
Coming into the NFL, Tim Tebow was a long shot to be a starting quarterback.
But he took over for Denver last year and appeared to make progress — until this offseason, when he may have hurt his chances at a permanent starting job even more.
Most critics would agree that the area where Tebow needs help is his throwing motion. He takes a while to wind up to pass, resulting in fumbles...
Grantland came up with this genius idea of setting up a fake email for Jets QB Tim Tebow giving us a glimpse of what his inbox probably looks like.
Click the inbox for a bigger version.
Ever wonder how much the New York Jets actually intend to use Tim Tebow as they prepare for a team each week? A lot of Jets fans would like to know if there is even really a game plan for the rarely used quarterback.
The Tim Tebow package consists of about 15 plays said Tony Sparano — shedding a little light on what goes into the secretive world of how the Jets prepare the Wildcat...
As quarterback Tim Tebow is still playing back up to Mark Sanchez, he seems to be frustrated with the lack of playing time he is receiving with the team (Credit: AP Photo)
Last season Tim Tebow was leading the Denver Broncos to the playoffs and a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild Card round. This season, Tebow is playing back up to quarterback Mark Sanchez and taking a...
If you order a puke green Nissan Xterra, you have bad taste. Thrown some NY Jets logos on it and -- you have bad taste in teams. Decorate the monstrosity with Tim Tebow's name, number, and football...
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Tim Tebow hasn’t been given much time to assert his presence in the Jets offense.
One season after totaling 18 touchdowns with a playoff-bound Broncos team, Tebow has been relegated to spot duty in Rex Ryan‘s offense this year. And the 25-year-old isn’t pleased with his new role.
“I think when you’re getting the ball a lot during the game you can get the rhythm of the game...
Mark Sanchez took time off before the New York Jets play the Seattle Seahawks to hop on a helicopter and see the devastation left by Hurricane Sandy first hand.
The Jets quarterback went to Toms River, N.J. Tuesday to meet with first responders and survey some of the damage along the Jersey Shore.
"I just did my best to take it all in, give myself some perspective on life...
Joe Namath criticized how the Jets have built their team in 2012 on
SNY?s ?The Jets Blog Podcast? on Wednesday, questioning why the
Jets aren?t using Tim Tebow more often.
Pete gets to face Sanchez
Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets come into CenturyLink Field on Sunday to face off against Sanchez’s former head coach, Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks.
Matchup: New York vs. Seattle
Venue: CenturyLink Field
Time: 1:05 (local)
Date: November 11th, 2012
Weather: 47 high. 40 low. Cold and cloudy
Team Records: Seattle (5-4) New York (3-5)
It’s make it or break it time for Mark Sanchez, Rex Ryan and the New York Jets.
Gang Green comes off a bye this week and have yet to prove themselves as playoff contenders.
We have been frustrated for nine long weeks watching every game with our eyes half closed, wondering if the Jets can look like a complete team two weeks in a row. Just when we think the team is coming together...
Since the Jets last left us with an abysmal showing against the Fish, Hurricane Sandy ripped through the region. By the time of Sunday’s kickoff we may even have a new Commander in Chief. So much can change in a few week’s time. In the NFL, fourteen days is an eternity. Given the opportunity to reflect during the bye week, here is where we stand on the state of the Jets.