The New York jets quarterback controversy took yet another interesting twist this week when many current players said that they had absolutely no faith or confidence in Tim Tebow, opting rather to stick with mark Sanchez as the team’s starting QB going forward. As bad as Sanchez has been throughout the entire 2012 NFL season, it says something when the Jets do not even support a change at quarterback with Tebow.
Except, perhaps, for running back Shonn Greene. Or at least, that is what it seemed like he said earlier this week.
While many players – even some who did so the cowardly way by speaking anonymously – said that Tebow was “terrible” and could not play the position in the NFL [which is what I have been saying for three or four years now, but whatever], Greene said that the Jets needed a change.
“You feel bad for Mark, but at the same time, you want to win games. We’re not here to protect people’s feelings,” Greene said, according to Yahoo Sports. “If you want to win games, you...