Originally written on IMAGE CPR SPORTS  |  Last updated 11/20/14
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow admitted that he felt “some frustration and I guess some sadness” after several Jets players criticized him. “This is something I can’t control,” Tebow told the Daily News. “I can control my attitude, my effort and my work ethic. Those are things that will never change based on what anybody says.”
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  • the jets have a way of turning good players into bad, i thought sanchez would get there but its never going to happen, as far as tebow the jets should trade him to another team so he to can kick their ass
  • You cannot continue to blame a person who with the correct supporting cast brought this team to the AFC championship 2 yrs in a row.
    Take a hard look at what happened in yr 3, the offensive line was offensive and Sanchez is lucky he does not have permanent brain damage from the beating he took last year. The defense also could not stop my grandmother last year.
    This year we have the same issues and a front office that did absolutely nothing to improve the team from the horrible season we all endured after 2 wonderful years.
    The blame really needs to go to Woddy Johnson for starting this year's circus with the aquisiition of Tebow and the clown acts that followed.
    My opinion is Woody was so upset at the Jets not only losing to the Giants in the regular season, but also because the Giants have won 2 Super Bowls in a few years and all the Jets could do was go the the Chamionship game twice, so he needed the spotlight to come off the Giants and onto the himself and the Jets, hence the Tebow trade.
    Woody, please take care of the family business you were fortunate to be born into and because of your money you have the trophy wife you need to worry about.

    Please pay attention to your family business and your wife and stop putting your nose where it absolutely does not belong.

    Look at Jerry Jones he is involved and his teams sucks as bad as the Jets.
  • Tebow showed class by taking the high road and the jets organization are fools for how they have handled this situation. They should just start him and let him play an entire game,see what happens. The results could not be any worse than they are with suckchez at QB. As a Giants fan I love that the jets are a 3 ring circus under that fat loud mouthed ring master, rex 'The Clown Prince Of Coaching" ryan. Man the acorn really doesn't fall far from the tree.
  • Sanchez isn't the best but he's just a small part of the problem. The last game I watched, his recievers had 5 drops---that's the problem. Tony Romo of Dallas has the same problem---recievers that can't catch the ball.
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