Posted August 09, 2012 on
This week the New York Jets were their own worst enemy, getting involved in pushing and shoving matches several times during practice. For backup quarterback Tim Tebow, Friday night's preseason contest is about building in the right direction.
BEST OF MAXIM
Last night, some guy named Tim Tebow got his first live action as quarterback with the New York Jets.
During New York's week one preseason affair against the Bengals, Tim threw an incomplete pass on a 3rd and 2 in the second quarter that ended up hitting a Bengals cheerleader:
(Courtesy of Throw The Flag)
After receiving some criticism for saying he’d cut Tim Tebow, Boomer Esaison has decided to do what any rational human being would do: Find people that agree with his position on Tim Tebow. And that’s what he did on Wednesday when Howie Long joined Esaison and co-host Craig Carton on WFAN.
In the typical way the subject of Tim Tebow is handled these days, Long begins by praising...
CINCINNATI - Tim Tebow's New York Jets preseason debut showed us that The Most Popular Backup Quarterback Ever can run when he needs to and isn't afraid to take a hit or try to stick a pass into traffic.
Nothing's changed there. And nothing's changed with the Jets' plans, either. Rex Ryan has been adamant that Mark Sanchez is his starter and Tebow is his backup...
Since Tim Tebow joined team, the New York Jets have been the most popular and unpopular team in the NFL. Between Tebowmania, the QB controversy, training camp brawls and cornerback’s receiving, I really don’t know how anyone cannot pay attention to the Jets. All eyes are on them and that is why the preseason matters. Here are three [...]
It's Tebow Time. Finally.
After months of hype, a summer highlighted by a shirtless jog through the rain and constant media scrutiny, Tim Tebow is set to make his playing debut for the New York Jets in their preseason opener against the Bengals on Friday night in Cincinnati.
''I just want to get in there, try to execute the offense and get in and out of checks,'...
Tim Tebow had one of his best days of training camp, throwing two long touchdown passes in practice as the New York Jets had their final on-field preparations for their preseason opener at Cincinnati.
Coach Rex Ryan says quarterback Mark Sanchez and the rest of the starters will play ''a quarter or so,'' while Tebow could play about two quarters against the Bengals...
Tim Tebow picked up some yards by running around a few times. Other than that, there wasn't much in his Jets debut.
Certainly nothing to spark any mania back in New York.
Tebow had his best moments while scrambling behind reserves on the Jets' line Friday night. He completed only four passes and threw an interception during the Cincinnati Bengals' 17-6 preseason victory...
Friday night was the much anticipated debut of Tim
Tebow in a New York Jets uniform as the
J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets opened
the NFL pre-season against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Here’s the highlights of Tebow’s first possession at
quarterback. (Thanks NFL/WCBS-TV)
Not a bad first act as a Jet quarterback leading the
offense to a field...
Of all the rhetoric, hoopla and nauseating coverage over the arrival of quarterback Tim Tebow, the one thing that I rarely hear discussed is what happens if starting Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez gets hurt?
The Jets' offense looked putrid in their preseason loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, 17-6.
Yes, we know a legitimate workhorse running back has yet to show his face. Yes...
TJ Rosenthal checks in with another strong take about the current state of the New York Jets. Make sure to follow TJ on Twitter. Jets/Bengals is only two days away…watch the game in style. Check back later this afternoon for TOJ’s weekly beat writer rankings.
They brawl with each other, when they aren’t busy saying whatever they feel like, whenever they they feel like...