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When ESPN couldn't show Olympic highlights, they did the next logical thing - made Tim Tebow and the Jets their Olympics. And boy, did they go for the gold. Remember those days when SportsCenter transformed into JetsCenter and ESPN slapped the fancy "DEVELOPING STORY" or "BREAKING NEWS" tags on someone sneezing in Cortland? Remember when Sal Paolantonio was embedded with the Jets and having to file daily reports on the Jets practicing Wildcat plays and Tim Tebow lining up on the punt team? Remember when SportsCenter through a day long birthday celebration for the backup quarterback of the New York Jets?
Remember SportsCenter's darkest days?
We sure do! And so does SportsCenter because now they admit that, well, yes, that JetsCenter coverage may have been just a shade on the heavy side. While not fully admitting TebowMania 2.0 and the Jetpocalypse was overdone, SportsCenter executive producer Mark Gross did have this to say about ...
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Tim Tebow “On a Mission” Documentary
A few days ago, a guy named Josh reached about to me about a new documentary about Tim Tebow entitled “Tim Tebow: On a Mission”. Josh, who is the PR manager on the film was nice enough to grant me a full-access sneak peak to the film, which I watched in full. “Tim Tebow: On a Mission” is actually being released to the public on September...
How did Mark Sanchez react to the news that the Jets had acquired Tim Tebow? Maybe not quite as well as we've been led to believe.
The good folks at NOC TV have created a nifty Tebow/Sanchez-themed spin on Maroon 5′s “Payphone”. Check out the below video of a song that you really never want to hear, but the video makes it worth it.
I’m in the end zone watching Tim Tebow
Hoping that someone helps with his aim
Don’t care that Rex is playing Mark Sanchez
Jesus is trying to win some games
BY SAM HITCHCOCK
A ruling government is like a coaching regime. Each exists until its people/players become saturated by the demagogy/message. Eventually, what was working to keep the constituency centralized and stable transitions into something much different, and then that becomes aggrandized until everything collapses like a Jenga puzzle. From...
According to ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio, the New York Jets want to score in a traditional offense before using Tim Tebow (Credit: AP Photo)
After trading for Tim Tebow during the off-season most fans believed the New York Jets would use Tim Tebow in a Wild Cat type of offense. Denver found unique ways to use Tebow in 2011 and the Jets are expected to try the same this season.
The following are 10 things I expect to see throughout this year’s 2012 NFL season.
10. Tebow will steal Sanchez’s Thunder All Season Long
Tim Tebow may only make one pivotal play that converts a difficult redzone opportunity for a score, but it will be enough for many to call for a QB change all season. Mark Sanchez is about to become the unappreciated housewife of the New...
The Jets haven't even opened their regular season, the circus is already in full effect. The biggest storyline for this year's version of Gang Green centers around the men under center -- the quarterbacks. The Jets grabbed back page supremacy this offseason by trading for Tim Tebow. It was a move that garnered plenty of fanfare, while also putting some pressure on incumbent...
Mark Sanchez or Tim Tebow, play-action pass, run or wildcat formation: Mario Williams isn't worried about what the New York Jets might have in store for the Buffalo Bills defense this weekend.
Whatever it might be, the defensive end can't see how it'll blunt the Bills' new-look and high-priced pass rush.
''No,'' Williams said, repeating the word...
By Jeffrey Beall
A couple of days ago, New York Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes came out and stated that quarterback Mark Sanchez was rattled when Tim Tebow was acquired in the offseason.
Sanchez went on the radio and told Larry Hardesty of ESPN New York 98.7-FM that Holmes made everything seem more dramatic than it really was.
“I think (Holmes) made it a little more dramatic...
The TOJ Staff gives their predictions for the New York Jets regular season opener against the Buffalo Bills. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter
Joe Caporoso - 12 Pack
Chris Gross - Jets 19 Bills 10 – Don’t expect this game to be very pretty in terms of offensive fire power. Each of these teams are built on defense and running the ball. The Jets play their first...
By Jeffrey Beall
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan told the New York Daily News if there comes a time in which the fans are calling for Tim Tebow to start, he plans on sticking with Mark Sanchez no matter what.
“I don’t care what I hear,” Ryan told the Daily News on Thursday. “So it doesn’t matter. They can yell, they can do all they want. Mark is our quarterback and that’s...
The New York Jets host the Buffalo Bills on opening day Sunday afternoon in MetLife Stadium from East Rutherford, NJ.
Game starts at 1:00 pm on CBS (TV) and WEPN (Radio).
Jets favorites over Bills.
Spread is -3 points.
My pick is the Jets.
The circus is back in town as the Jets host their rival Bills on opening day in the Meadowlands. Not a lot people like the Jets in this game...
The regular season has arrived and we’re days away from the Buffalo Bills kicking off the 2012 season against the New York Jets! With the game on the horizon, here are ten things I Bill-ieve about the Bills Week One match-up.
1. The Bills will cause three turnovers on the New York Jets.
This is just a hunch, but the defensive line is going to cause a lot of havoc week one. I think...