In sports, teams work to reach the point where a phrase like “The rich get richer” can be used in a way to describe their successes. It looks like the New York Jets are a bit confused and got the words “rich” and “poor” mixed up.
Mark Sanchez has been given chance after chance and has steadily gotten worse as the years have gone on. Whether it is a game-ending interception, a costly under throw or the infamous “Butt Fumble”, #6 has proven that he is not the answer. The sad part is, no one knows who is.
No, ESPN, it won’t be Tim Tebow. If last year was any indication, the Jets would literally need to have zero active quarterbacks for him to sniff the field with some consistency. Is the recent signing of David Garrard the answer? Probably not – he’s 35 years old, just came off of arthroscopic knee surgery and would have to learn an entirely new offense. Maybe the young buck Greg McElroy can surprise everyone and take over the starter spot? If the Jets played the 2