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 above, 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.
Tim Tebow did not ask out of the wildcat package last week. The backup quarterback for the Jets is upset that critics say he quit on the New York Jets.
“For people to not know the situation and start to bash your character and say you’re a phony, you’re a fake and you’re a hypocrite, I think that’s what’s disappointing and that’s what’s frustrating,” Tebow said...
It may seem a little disingenuous using a biblical reference to describe the latest situation surrounding New York Jets’ backup quarterback Tim Tebow but what would be the point in writing these things if you couldn’t have a little fun with it? Besides, it kind of fits in a way. Especially when you consider how Tebow’s football odyssey has gone so far.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE »
Following his second consecutive disappointing season at the
helm of the New York Jets, coach Rex Ryan is reportedly telling anyone that
will listen that he’d be better off being fired if the team isn’t willing to “rectify
player personnel and coaching issues on offense,” reports Manish Mehta of the
New York Daily News.
The Daily News has learned that Ryan, the swashbuckling...
ESPN - The New York Jets' three-quarterback circus turned surreal Thursday morning, when Rex Ryan announced that Greg McElroy was being evaluated for a possible concussion and won't play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills in the season finale.
Bypassing Tim Tebow for the second time in as many weeks, Ryan said Mark Sanchez will start the game -- yet another blow to Tebow,...
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said yesterday that quarterback
Greg McElroy is dealing with an abdominal injury, putting into question whether
Tim Tebow or Mark Sanchez will see playing time in the team’s season finale
against the Buffalo Bills, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
Via multiple reports, Ryan said Wednesday that McElroy has
an abdominal issue. (Given...
Rex Ryan’s bravado may have finally got the best of him. The New York Jets head coach has always been extremely confident, in fact, cocky. According to those in the know, if team owner won’t make the changes Rex wants, he should fire Rex. See, Rex isn’t stupid, either. He didn’t say my way or [...]
What better way for the New York Jets to end their season than to start the quarterback who was once the starter, then got benched, then started again, then got benched again and is now preparing to be under center to close out the year. Greg McElroy is still suffering from concussion-like symptoms, which means Mark Sanchez is starting against the Buffalo Bills this weekend.
For sports fans tired of hearing the endless speculation about Tim Tebow’s future and Dwight Howard’s next team, be forewarned: 2013 could be just as bad.
Many of 2012’s major storylines will be laid to rest this week, with champions crowned and players settled into their new teams. But for some, like Tebow and Howard, 2012 only cracked the lid on what’s expected to be a...
In hour two of the Open Mike program from December 26, Michael Cohen welcomes in Mike Sanfilipo of Triple Coverage to get his take on the Giants collapse. The duo then talk about the Tim Tebow fiasco in New York, and whether the Jets should either fire or demote GM Mike Tannenbaum. That and the boys count down and look back at the year 2012.
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The New York Jets' season appears to be ending much the way it began - fit for a three-ring circus. But the main attractions may all soon be gone.
New York can cap its chaotic year on a positive note Sunday when it travels to Buffalo to play the Bills, whose quarterback and coaching situations are also in a state of unrest.
Sunday could prove to be the final game with coach...
The New York Jets have announced that Mark Sanchez will be the team’s starting quarterback against the Buffalo Bills in the Week 17 regular season finale on Sunday. Head coach Rex Ryan announced the move this morning.
Ryan also announced that Greg McElroy, who had started last week, is “definitely out” for the finale on Sunday against the Bills. He has a concussion, which was...
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan has informed quarterback Mark Sanchez that he’ll start in the season finale.
The reason Sanchez is getting the start is because Greg McElroy is currently being evaluated for a concussion. Of course Tim Tebow isn’t happy at all about this.
Without the circus that is the Jets, I wouldn’t be able to laugh as much I have been.
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