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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. How...
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Tim Tebow has been constantly plastered all over ESPN shows relentlessly since he was drafted. Whether it be the quarterback controversy in Denver, his big upset win in the playoffs against the Steelers, the trade the sent him to the Jets in the off-season or Skip Bayless wishing, and dreaming, he had actually fathered Tebow. Every day you would hear something about Tebow. I...
Those big, bold playoff guarantees from Rex Ryan and the New York Jets are a thing of the past.
Despite his team winning two straight games and putting itself right in the postseason mix, the Jets coach refuses to speak about anything except for New York's next opponent: the Tennessee Titans next Monday night.
Ryan says Monday that he has learned from previous seasons to tone...
Are the Jets 6-7 and still alive in the AFC Wildcard race? Yes, if you can believe it. Rex Ryan pulled out some late 2009 magic dust and sprinkled it on Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, after yet another must win over the Jags and an exhausting week playing “Who Is My Quarterback?” The fact that this current roster is in the postseason hunt with three games left is a testimony to someone...
Yesterday, ESPN President John Skipper was named Sports Business Journal's most influential executive in sports. While that's an impressive footnote to his resume, Skipper has done something infinitely more important and influential. He's done something previously thought impossible except for an act of God or the coming of the endtimes... or both.
The New York Jets announced Sunday that quarterback Tim Tebow is active and will back up starter Mark Sanchez against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Greg McElroy, who came in for the benched Sanchez during last week's 7-6 win over the Arizona Cardinals, is inactive. Tebow missed the last two games because of fractured ribs and was listed as questionable for Sunday's game...
Stinkbowl 2012 is over and done with. The Jets' terrible offense slightly bettered the Jacksonville Jaguars' terrible offense.
No need to bench Mark Sanchez, who went 12/19 with 111 yards (he did lose another fumble) this time around. He was a complete non-factor in the second half as the Jets took the ball out of the maligned QB's hands and reverted to ground...
ESPN president John Skipper told producers what NFL fans have been aware of since week one — there's too much coverage of Tim Tebow on the cable network.
"I said, 'Guys, we didn't handle this very well." Going to training camp wasn't a problem. We just stayed on it relentlessly and too long," Skipper told Sports Business Journal.
ESPN sent hordes...
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez isn't going anywhere in 2013.
Sanchez is due to make $12.8 million for next season. If the Jets were to cut Sanchez it would cost them Click Link below to read more! Tim Tebow
Per multiple sources including Jason LaCanfora on twitter Tim Tebow is active today for the Jets. Tebow has been the second man on the Jets depth chart all year; so, maybe it was a ‘can’t lose your spot due to injury’ piece; maybe Rex Ryan thinks he’s their best backup quarterback; or maybe it was a marketing ploy by Woody Johnson and/or NFL higherups; either way, McElroy...
Green and White Report's Daniel Feuerstein sounds off on Rex Ryan's baffling decision not to activate quarterback Greg McElroy this week at Jacksonville.
Our guest this time for our regular weekly question and answer exchange will be Buddy Crutchfield from Bloguin's New York Jets blog, Rex Sanchez. If you have any questions about the Jets, Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Mike Tannebaum, or anything else Jets-related, please post them in comments and I'll send them along.
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