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Know It All Football:
You were talking to him. You contacted him more than any other team leading up to the draft.
He stands 6’5, weighs over 230 and moves in the pocket like that guy in New England who has been shredding you for years.
He’s been mentored by guys with NFL ties his whole life. He made some mistakes a few years ago, and he’s learned from them.
You needed a quarterback, I get it. There was no way you were moving on this season without a Mark Sanchez exit plan. But then you broke under the pressure. You were swayed, be it by the media, the fans or whoever. Something made you want that spotlight. Something made you draft Geno Smith.
You were heroes for a day – the team who stepped in and stopped the free fall that Geno Smith was going through. Some of your fans cheered, thinking anything is better than Sanchez. Others booed, like they always do. I almost always disagree when Jet fans boo. Not this time.
This time they were right. This time they knew there were better options on the board. The...
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Some of Tim Tebow's fans are taking a drastic approach to finding him a team, appealing to President Obama to force the Jaguars to sign him.
Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News believes that free agent quarterback Tim Tebow will certainly have the option of working in television once his pro football career is over, which could be pretty soon. No doubt the former Heisman Trophy winner, released by the Jets last week, would like to appear in front of a camera playing quarterback in the National Football League. That...
Enigmatic quarterback Tim Tebow is having some difficulty finding a new team to latch onto ever since being released by the New York Jets late last month.His unorthodox throwing motion and lack of accuracy have been cited as a couple of the main reasons why teams are choosing to avoid him like a plague. But at least one former coach said he would be willing to take a flier on the...
The New York Post spoke with Jets running back Joe McKnight, who's on a mission to dig himself out of the hole he's in, on the depth chart.
“Words can’t even describe how badly I want to be that guy,’’ McKnight told The Post during a break in offseason workouts last week at the team’s Florham Park, N.J., training facility. “I’ve got an edge — a fire to...
The Jets' rookie QB gives the brush-off to those nameless sources
who question his character.
Stephen Hill believes he had a hard time learning the game last year (Credit: AP Photo)
After a fast start to the 2012 NFL season, one in which Stephen Hill had two touchdowns and 89 yards on five receptions, the rest of his rookie season was a disappointment. Hill finished the year with just 21 receptions for 252 yards and 3 touchdowns. He also only played eleven games during his...
Tim Tebow has been silent since being released by the New York Jets last week, but his fans and supporters have not. A Jaguars fans who no doubt is a Tebow fan, has taken it upon himself to help get his favorite player a job.
Said fan has sent a petition to our esteemed President Obama, asking him to force Jaguars GM David Caldwell to sign Tebow to a contract.
The full petition...
Even on the unemployment line, Tim Tebow remains a popular presence.
The former Jets quarterback, cut by New York last week after one disappointing season and now a free agent, was selected as America's most influential athlete, according to a survey released Monday by Forbes.com.
Tebow had the most influence on fans, according to 29 percent of respondents, finishing ahead...
The most obvious question here is, if Tim Tebow is so influential, why can’t he get a job in the NFL?
According to Forbes, the former New York Jets backup quarterback and current free agent, topped the popular magazine’s annual list of America’s Most Influential Athletes.
Tebow’s 29% “influential” rating beat out Michael Phelps (25%), Usain Bolt (23%) who I had no...
Our Bloguin brothers at OptimumScouting.com have just released their grades for the AFC East's drafts. Did the Jets 'win' the division, or was it another New England reign?
We won't give it all away, but here's a snippet:
For any team picking twice in the top-15 and 3 times in the top-40, it’s hard to “mess up a draft." With his first selection...