Originally written on BlackSportsOnline  |  Last updated 5/13/13

New York Giants co-owner Steve Tisch is an animated kind of guy, and we can assume that some of that stems from his work in films. Tisch and his franchise battle with the New York Jets on a daily basis for back page headlines, so it’s only right that when the Jets are trying to clean up their mess of a franchise, Tisch feels the need to take a shot. While out and about in L.A. on Sunday night, Tisch was asked about the Jets and Tebow saga.  Tisch pulled no punches when he told TMZ that “the Jets ruined Tebow’s career.” “I think him going from the Broncos to the Jets was not in anybody’s best interest,” Tisch told TMZ on his way out of Dan Tana’s in L.A. Sunday night. “Had another team picked him up after the Broncos, maybe he’d have a career.” Tisch told TMZ that Tebow should ignore offers from other leagues, and focus on trying to play quarterback in the NFL.         New York Giants Co-Owner Steve Tisch: Jets RUINED Tim Tebow’s Career - Watch More Celebrity Videos or Subscribe

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3 Comments:
  • I agree Steve Tisch
  • The jets are good at ruining a lot of things. Their front office and ownership are morons right now for not getting rid of that idiot ryan. He is useless as a head coach and he won't make it past 8 games this season.
  • I am in complete agreement..Instead of looking at the players the owner needs to fire all of the management within the Jets organization and find a true qualified manager and coaches with a sound track record,
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