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New York Jets owner Woody Johnson said "You can never have too much Tebow" during a television interview Wednesday, providing some possible insight into the team's decision making.
Johnson was a guest on CNBC Wednesday to discuss his role as National Finance Committee Co-Chair for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. As conversation turned to the Jets and how their offense has failed to score a touchdown in the preseason so far, the focus of the conversation turned to Tim Tebow. Johnson was asked whether the answer for the offensive struggles was "More Tebow or less Tebow?"
Johnson's response (at about the 4:50 mark of the video):
I think you can never have too much Tebow, but...I think it's more than just that, it's getting all the players — the offensive line and everything coordinated in the way that you can establish a good running attack...
Hard to tell whether Johnson was trying to make a joke or not, but that doesn't sound funny to Jets fans, or starting quarterback Mark Sanchez.
Video via CNBC. H/T Business Insider
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