The last time Joe Theismann touched on the Jets -- before the season began -- he ripped Mark Sanchez for his nice guy demeanor.
Now he's turned his attention to Gang Green's other pincushion.
The former Redskins quarterback recently told USA Today that Tim Tebow, often criticized for his passing flaws, wouldn't succeed even in the Canadian Football League.
"If I was a Canadian football team, I wouldn't take him," Theismann said. "You get a lot of one-on-ones. You have a lot of space to throw into, but you still have to get the ball from point A to point B."
Tebow's quirky throwing motion puts him at a disadvantage -- "no-man's land," according to Theismann.
"He has a mechanical flaw, and it's the elongated nature of his delivery and the way the ball is positioned when it's loaded (ready for delivery). He's never been a very accurate thrower of the football. It's the single-most important factor when you play the position," Theismann said.
Although he comes off as yet a...