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Tim Tebow has said how excited he is to play for the New York Jets. he has been saying it since his introductory news conference, and he has continued to say it entering the regular season. Tebow is a team player if nothing else.
But does he seem as excited to sit on the bench? Is he excited getting in on seven snaps during a Jets’ blowout win over the Buffalo Bills? Will he be excited as the 2012 NFL season progresses, and he finds himself in less and less meaningful game action?
Even Tebow cannot fake that level of excitement.
Tebow wants to start in the NFL. Personally, I have never really seen him as a starting NFL quarterback and, even with the Jets, I still see him more of a reserve player. I maintain that the only way Tebow should be starting in this league is if he change his position to a halfback or tight end. If he proved he can run 20 times per game or catch seven or eight balls, he may be far more suited to start at either of those positions.
Because he is certainly not...
BEST OF MAXIM
Just one game into the 2012 campaign, questions on Tim Tebow’s long term future with the Jets are already beginning to pile up, and while he’s been careful to toe the company line during his time thus far in New York, the signs are beginning to point towards Tebow pushing his way out of town at season’s end.
Citing an NFL source, the New York Daily News is of the belief that...
NEW YORK'S NOT MY HOME
According to reports out of New York, Tim Tebow may request a trade from the Jets at season's end if he continues to be utilized in the manner he was been by the team.
An anti-climactic, plodding showing by Tim Tebow in Week One’s trouncing of the Bills isn’t deterring the media from relinquishing the hype.
On Tuesday, NFL.com released its first Power Rankings of the 2012 regular season, listing the Lions at No. 11, Steelers at 12, and … Tebow at 13?
Yes, the Jets’ backup quarterback/Wildcat handler/personal punt protector has officially...
A couple of days ago a report surfaced from the New York Daily News that Jets quarterback Tim Tebow may end up requesting a trade if he doesn’t become the starter at some point this season.
According to Bart Hubboch of the New York Post says Tebow denied the report on Friday.
Of course Tebow is going to deny any thoughts...
Tim Tebow's big debut with the New York Jets was a quiet one.
The backup quarterback saw limited action in the season opener last Sunday, but a sprinkling of Tebow and the wildcat package turned out to be more than enough against the Bills.
What his role will be at Pittsburgh on Sunday remains to be seen. Rex Ryan says the Jets will never put a number on how many plays Tebow...
On Wednesday NY Daily News writer and constant Giants-apologist Gary Myers wrote about Tim Tebow wanting out of New York (or New Jersey, whatever). Tim Tebow is a divisive character within the realm of sports. Some love him, some hate him, and a lot of that has little to do with how he performs on [...]
Tebow Mania is a beast of its own kind.
Everyone wants to be a part of it. It ‘s guaranteed ratings, and guaranteed to get everyone involved some attention.
So four days after Mark Sanchez looked really damn good in a blowout of the Bills, Tebow again is the lead story.
Gary Myers of the New York Daily News provided us with a report from a source who states that Tim Tebow...
As Tim Tebow and the New York Jets set their sights on the Pittsburgh Steelers, how many Wildcat plays can fans expect on Sunday?
Would Tim Tebow ask for trade from Jets over playing time?
Joe Namath has bashed the Jets over the course of the off-season. He’s questioned the motive of the coaching staff for bringing in Tim Tebow by referring to it as a publicity stunt and even went as far as saying the team is more interested in making headlines than winning football games.
Now the former Jet is back at it again, discussing none other than Backup QB Tim Tebow (no...
I know what you’re thinking (WTF), there is no way the New York Jets will start Tim Tebow this Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. But here is why it would be smart for the Jets to split the time between Sanchez and Tebow.
The Bills are not the Steelers: The media has been over-exaggerating Sanchez’s performance against the Bills. Sanchez has been consistently praised for...
Many sports writers (myself included) ate their words when the New York Jets demolished the Buffalo Bills in Week 1. After struggling throughout the preseason the Jets scored on five consecutive possessions against Buffalo and did not allow a sack. Mark Sanchez was on his game, completing passes to eight receivers.But beating the Bills is not enough to convince fans that the Jets...