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If Jets starting quarterback Mark Sanchez finds himself a backup next year, he may not be able to say that fans never gave him a chance.
A Quinnipiac University poll released Monday showed both general New York State residents and the state's football fans were fine with the trade for Tim Tebow, but they strongly felt Sanchez was the best option as the starting quarterback.
Forty-three percent of all respondents said Sanchez should start, against just 16 percent for Tebow. The divide grew even further, with Sanchez picking up 61 percent of voters to Tebow's 19 percent, when football fans responded to the same question.
"Mark Sanchez is still number one," said Mickey Carroll, Quinnipiac's poll director.
Ever since the Jets acquired Tebow -- whose wild level of popularity helped draw 15,000 people to hear him speak at a Texas Easter service Sunday -- there has been nonstop speculation that his rabid fan base might later pressure the organization into giving h...
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Apparently, Mark Sanchez isn't a happy person in the Meadowlands, because Sanchez has requested a trade -- which would send him packing out of New York.Even though officals -- inside the New York Jets -- haven't announced the "rumor", The DailyShootout is reporting on the news -- (via) Twitter.It's being said that the Minnesota Vikings are interest in Sanchez...
The Jets continue to be the center of pre draft talk. They have already traded for Tim Tebow, and it was just a matter of time before Mark Sanchez requested a trade. Even though official sources has not reported on it as of yet, The DailyShootout.com tweeted about it… Only a handful of teams would take
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow drew a crowd of about 15,000 people in Georgetown, TX on Sunday for an outdoor Easter service. He encouraged those who attended to be outspoken about their faith.
“It’s OK to be outspoken about your faith,” Tebow said.
Tebow said that he doesn’t mind the attention he receives from the convictions he has as well as his ”Tebowing”...
As expected, thousands of worshippers attended an outdoor Easter morning service featuring an appearance by Tim Tebow on Sunday.
The New York Jets backup quarterback was scheduled to attend the two-hour service at Celebration Church in Georgetown, Texas.
School buses shuttled hundreds of people to the event, which looked more like a rock concert than a church service.
Tim Tebow’s outdoor Gathering of the Fuggalos ended up drawing roughly 15,000, about half of the 30,000 that organizers were anticipating, so clearly Tim Tebow is done as a cultural phenomenon and we can return to living peaceable lives devoid of Tebowtardery. Ooh ho ho. You got me. That’s not true. Can’t slip wishful thinking past you.
Anyway, the Runslinger talked about...
If there’s anyone who mixes faith and sports, (and with it, intentionally or unintentionally, politics and sports) it’s Tim Tebow. Those who believe sports should be kept from being used as a political platform need to cast the first stone at Tim Tebow, as he consistently commits that act over and over again.
It was previously projected that 30,000 would come see Tebow preach...
As the Jets discuss the possibility of a return to HBO's Hard Knocks, it raises the question was the acquisition of Tim Tebow strictly a football decision or in part a public relations stunt?
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The Broncos were on the hunt for another quarterback even before they traded Tim Tebow to the New York Jets. And while fewer folks seem to be angered by that pursuit now that a four-time MVP and future Hall of Famer is the team’s...
HBO has approached the New York Jets hoping that ratings-maker Tim Tebow's new team will once again be featured on the reality series but the network has run into brick wall named Rex Ryan.
Sources have told Fox Sports that owner Woody Johnson has made it clear he wants to see his team back on the HBO show. Now, the out-spoken head coach has come out and said he is against...