Found December 04, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
Lost in all the anonymous bashing and intense criticism of the New York Jets from the fans and media has been one intriguing question: What do the Jets coaches think of Tim Tebow. If Rex Ryan and company could turn back the clock and prevent the Tebow trade from happening, would they? We know Mark Sanchez would, and no one can blame him for that. But we also know Ryan was openly excited about the possibilities Tebow would bring to the Jets offense before the season, warning opposing teams to be prepared to deal with both Sanchez and New York’s newest weapon. Blame it on broken ribs if you wish, but Tebow has accounted for exactly 126 yards of total offense and no touchdowns after appearing in 10 games this season. As Gary Myers of the NY Daily News pointed out, it would be naive to think it is a coincidence that Ryan chose to replace a struggling Sanchez against the Cardinals on a day in which Greg McElroy happened to be the team’s primary backup quarterback. Sanchez was particularl...
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