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In one of the more puzzling moves this offseason, the New York Jets acquired QB Tim Tebow from the Denver Broncos. Tebow’s role with the Jets this season has been undecided, but why not start Tebow now with the Jets offense struggling and sitting with a record of 3-6 in the AFC East. Tebow critics will claim that he is not a starting caliber quarterback in the NFL, but with the current play of QB Mark Sanchez, the same could be said of him.
After the Jets 28-7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, head coach Rex Ryan told reporters that Mark Sanchez will be the Jets starting quarterback going forward and that he gives the team the best chance to win. Really? Is Rex watching the games? Sanchez was 9-22 for 124 yards and two turnovers. The Jets did not score any offensive points in Seattle.
Scoring touchdowns has plagued the Jets offense from the preseason. New York managed just one offensive touchdown in the preseason, and those struggles have carried over into the regular season. All of the...
BEST OF MAXIM
The horrid play of Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez along with the team’s 3-6 record has some fans and pundits calling for the Jets to finally make the move and insert Tim Tebow as starting quarterback. That might be a popular decision among the masses outside of Rex Ryan‘s tear-filled locker room, but inside, Tebow has anything but the support of his Gang Green teammates. The polarizing...
ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK
A report in the New York Daily News features several quotes from anonymous Jets players in which they savagely rip the backup quarterback.
STAND BY YOUR QB
Antonio Cromartie did not mince words when coming to the defense of the team's quarterback, saying the following about Mark Sanchez detractors: "They can kiss my a**."
A contingent of New York Jets players have vocally expressed their concern about the prospect of Tim Tebow replacing Mark Sanchez as the team's starting quarterback and essentially claim that the Tebow experiment is nothing more than a gimmick.
In an article by Manish Mehta of The New York Daily News, more than a dozen Jets players — mostly unnamed — told the reporter why...
Before Sunday’s dreadful loss in Seattle, Joe Namath indicated last week that he’s ready for the New York Jets to start Tim Tebow over Mark Sanchez.
“We can go right to the Tebow thing. I mean, come on,” Namath said Wednesday, per USA TODAY Sports. “If you’re bringing him in to play, where’s he been? Are you bringing him in to make other people practice longer? Excuse...
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has one supporter in the locker room, cornerback Antonio Cromartie, who says Sanchez is the Jets only quarterback.
“They can kiss my butt, Mark is our quarterback. At the end of the day, we could give a damn what anybody on the outside has to say." Cromartie said to the New York Post following the Jets 28-7 loss to Seattle. "Mark...
Green and White Report's Daniel Feuerstein sounds off on the Jets offseason acquisition of Tim Tebow and subsequent negative comments regarding the NFL's most famous backup QB.
It’s been a while and I do apologize. I live in the Northeast, NJ to be exact and the past few weeks, mother nature has not been a friend but that’s all history now. Now, let’s talk a little Week 10.
Many teams I’m sure felt this way this week
No People, It’s Not Tebow-Time
People aren’t going to believe me when I say that I am not a NY Jets fan because it always seems...
After yet another putrid performance in Sunday’s 28-7 loss to the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington, it is more evident than ever that Mark Sanchez is a quarterback incapable of making the New York Jets a winning organization. … Continue reading →
The New York Jets defense came to play today. This isn’t the most talented unit and they are lacking in many key areas. Regardless, they put forth a respectable effort and gave their team every chance to be competitive and win.
The offense? Putrid. Embarrassing. Pop Warner quality. The Jets had two weeks to prepare and their major revelation was bringing Tim Tebow in the game...
As the Jets offense continues to struggle while the losses pile up, we wonder about what this will mean at seasons end for both Rex Ryan and Mark Sanchez. The Jets starting QB is once again demonstrating poor body language and self admittedly has become affected by the Tebow substitutions, leading to making too many poor decisions at crucial times.
Ryan meanwhile, is defiantly sticking...
The offense looked ugly in the early going, giving up turnovers and making the Jets look like they've got a legitimate pass rush, but an improved second half performance combined with Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow hosting an all-game clinic on how not to play the QB position ultimately led to a nice, satisfying victory.
Also, I love how well the Seahawks are executing on Wilson...