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Former New York Jets quarterback Joe Namath has been a vocal critic about the team's decision to bring Tim Tebow in, but it appears that, after their latest brutal loss to the Seattle Seahawks, he may be softening his stance. Joe wants him some Tebow Time. Namath was all over Twitter Sunday during the game: Any guesses on how much more Tebow we'll see?...Joe Namath 15 hours ago I was so happy they were leaving Tebow in on the 3rd and 1...and then they had to call a timeout?! Don't they know what they're doin?!Joe Namath 15 hours ago 2nd and goal...where's Tebow?Joe Namath 15 hours ago How about an uptempo offense with Tebow at the helm?Joe Namath 15 hours ago Gee, I hadn't thought of that... #sarcasm @sbzeke17 How many of Sanchez' INT are after Tebow plays? #no rhythmJoe Namath 15 hours ago Practice, practice, practice @Ghizal_Hasan Saw you explain ball security to Sanchez on Hard Knocks in '10. How has he gotten worse?Joe Namath 15 hours ago Alright Jets fan. At this point I don't think we're going to make a comeback. It's been a tough game to watch.Joe Namath 15 hours ago var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
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