Start Tim Tebow.
Not in Wildcat or Razorback or the slot. At quarterback.
Not in a couple of weeks. Now.
Not because of God or faith or any intangibles attributed to him. Not for any reason except the New York Jets are drowning and need a kick in the butt. This is not about belief at all. This is about doubt -- doubt about whether the Mark Sanchez who helped the Jets to back-to-back AFC Championship Games is ever coming back or if he really ever existed at all.
If an NFL team is being asked about its backup quarterback, something has gone terribly wrong. It is broken and you are just trying to fling something against the wall and hope it sticks, which properly summarizes where the Jets are.
They are 2-2, coming off of being shut out 34-0 by San Francisco and facing a formidable defense in Houston. What I know for sure about Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is that, while he is not worth a damn as a head coach, he is formidable as a defensive coordinator. And he unleas...