Originally written on NESN.com  |  Last updated 11/18/14

As if the Jets weren’t having a tough enough season as it is, the fine folks at Next Media Animation have created a new clip about how the franchise is “sabotaging” a young and lovable star’s career. As clearly explained in the NMATV video below, Tim Tebow, who was brought over in a trade in the offseason, was slated as the second-string quarterback behind starter Mark Sanchez all season. When Sanchez failed, however, the team opted to go with third-string QB Greg McIEroy instead of Tebow, thus sabotaging the former Florida Gators’ career. Check out the video below, or the English version here.

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6 Comments:
  • The reason the Jets used McElroy was because Tebows ribs were hurt. The love affair the Jets have with Sanchez is going to cost them a lot of wins. As far as McElory and Tebow, they are equally as good.
  • The jets are being responsible business men. They know they are not going to keep Tebow so why risk injury/value by playing him? He needs to be as injury free as possible to get top dollar from Jacksonville. Risk injury in a meangingless game-not.
  • I don't know or care about the New York Jets. They're a last place team and I could care less who their quarterback is. Rex Ryan, and the New York Jets are out of the race. Why is the Media so obsessed with them? Someone please explain it to me. Who cares where their multimillionaire quarterbacks play next year. They're not worried about us and our 5 figure salary.why should we worry about their welfare and they 7 and 8 figure salaries.My only hope is they're not on TV this weekend and keep me from watching a good team.
  • Teebow had all year to prove that he could be a QB. That is exactly what coaches do in practice. He has not even close to seeing the field because he proved that John Elway was correct in assessing him as a horrible QB performer. In college he was a RB in a Pistol Offense. They having RBs in the Pros and only need another in Wild Cat. Teebow then shot his career in the foot when he proved that he is a bad influence on the team, something Elway didn't say but knew and got rid of him as a backup because of. Teebow refused to coopoerate with his role in the Jets Offense just last week. He is a primadonna and a lousy player. But you can pray for him if you like...
  • Of Course The New York Giants are sabotaging Tebow's NYJet Football career..if Tebows' last name were Tebologni, or Tebownski, or Tebowstein...then we wouldnt be having this conversation and he would be the 'starter' after Sanchez's demise. If you look at former NYJET QB 'Vinnie Testerverde' (where Italian ladies "New York/New Jersey types" packed the stands to see the 2nd coming of 'Travolta') he played 7 yrs, and only 1 great year (1998). In college at "Miami" Vinnie had 2 great TD & Passing Yardage yrs. with lots of Interception. Likewise, Tebow has 3 great College Yrs of TD's, Yardage & NO INTERCEPTIONS. This sounds "Great Enough" to make him a Starter....Unfortunately...he is not Italian, OR Jewish..or Polish/Lithuanian..otherwise alot of 'old neighborhood support would be supporting Tebow'. Lastly..Tebow's Strong Christian Stance makes him a 'Holy Symbol' in a somewhat 'anti-christian' team (team-mate Cromartie is not Too Christian doing what he 'does'). It was an NFL 'hit or take-down' to remove 'holy Roller Tebow Mania' from the league.
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