The media world will apparently always obsess over New York Jets third string quarterback Tim Tebow. Never has a player who cannot even start on a terrible team drawn so much attention without committing a crime. Yet, despite the fact that Tebow continues to sit as one awful quarterback after another makes a start for the woeful Jets in another lost season.
Clearly, regardless of how much the media may love him – although I am not one of those such members – Rex Ryan clearly hates Tim Tebow.
He must. How could there be any other explanation? Ryan stuck with Mark Sanchez longer than any other coach would have, with his loyalty bordering on ridiculous. He then finally made a change, but it was to Greg McElroy, who didn’t do any better. Sure, he was a part of one drive that led to one win against a bad team. The next game, he was sacked 11 times in a loss to another bad team.
He is now concussed to the point where he lied about it, although he did not cover it up well enough, as Ryan h...