What was hinted at a few weeks ago has been all but confirmed: Tim Tebow is largely unhappy with the Jets.
Following a Week 14 contest in which Tebow received zero snaps, head coach Rex Ryan admitted that the backup quarterback likely is disappointed he came to New York this offseason.
"That's probably a true statement, as a competitor you want to have success, you want to have more opportunities and the fact that we're one game below .500," Ryan said on ESPN Radio Monday, via the New Jersey Star-Ledger. "We haven't had success as a team I'm sure he was anticipating. But again, I think he's happy to be a Jet.
"In my heart of hearts, I think we all thought there might have been more success for him, personally, running the Wildcat, than he's enjoyed so far. But there's still three games left."
During Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Tebow was active despite his supposed broken ribs, which held him out last week. However, in front of his hometown crowd, he again stood idly...