Found October 03, 2012 on NESN.com:
Let the quarterback controversy winds start blowing. Jets' owner Woody Johnson may start pushing the team to play Tim Tebow over Mark Sanchez. This not-so stunning bit of news comes from Rich Cimini of ESPN New York, who reported that, "Two people who know Johnson, and know how he runs his football operation, believe he will push his football people to start Tebow." Sanchez has certainly struggled this season. He's only completing 49.2-percent of his passes with five touchdowns, four interceptions and two fumbles in four games. His -- and the Jets' -- best game came in Week 1 against...
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