Found September 18, 2012 on
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The GOP would like to reconsider the nomination for the office of Presidency. New York Jets QB Tim Tebow was asked about his future, specifically politics, and the lightning rod upman had a very interesting response. “I haven’t ruled it out. Whatever avenue I feel like I can make a difference in, I’d love to [...]
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After his career ends, will New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow enter politics in Florida? (Credit: AP Photo)
Whether or not you like Tim Tebow, you have to admit he garners attention wherever he ends up. First, in Florida, then in Denver and now, even as a backup, in New York, Tebow never struggles to gain attention.
Today, ESPN New York’s Rich Cimini published an extensive QA...
A football legend in the state of Florida, Tim Tebow will have a few familiar faces in the crowd as the Jets travel to South Beach this weekend to face the Miami Dolphins.
The New York Jets play an upcoming road game against the Miami Dolphins this Sunday and all the media wants to about is Tim Tebow.
Tim Tebow only played 3 snaps last Sunday against the Steelers only getting 1 carrie for 22 rushing yards and handed the ball two times to the RB.
Jets HC Rex Ryan told the New York media that he will feature Tim Tebow a lot more this weekend in the...
Eva Longoria, the main squeeze of New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, dropped by for a chat with Chelsea Handler on the host’s show on E!, Chelsea Lately. Invariably, the topic of Longoria’s new beau came up. As she did during a recent appearance on Extra!, Longoria attempted to somewhat downplay discussion of the relationship and sidestep [...]
The second the Jets pulled the trigger on trading for Tim Tebow, it was only a matter of time before these articles started being written – and based on Sanchez’s performance on Sunday, he only managed to make it till the end of Week 2. Mark Sanchez was able to keep the Tebow conversation quiet after a stellar Week 1 performance, but Week 2 may serve as a wake-up call for all...
The New York Jets offense that had a stunning opening-week scoring splurge was nowhere to be found for most of the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Neither was Tim Tebow, who had even less of a role than he did in Week 1.
Rex Ryan's self-proclaimed dominant defense also missed plenty of tackles late in the game.
Ryan says Monday that his team ''made too many mistakes...
Rex Ryan has most certainly heard the rumblings that his job could be on the line this season, so one has to figure that he’s being exceptionally mindful of how his team is run nowadays.Mark Sanchez has definitely heard the rumblings about his job security, even after signing a big extension this past off-season.Then, to ice the cake, the team traded for the most polarizing figure...
What did we learn this weekend in the NFL? The Saints most likely won’t make the playoffs, Bob Kraft didn’t think his kicker would miss that gimme, Tony Romo can’t win in Seattle and the Jets probably weren’t a good fit for Tim Tebow. One carry for 22 yards?
In NASCAR news, last week a woman gave birth in a New Hampshire NASCAR track parking lot. As a reward, the track has...
The Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) beat the New York Jets (1-1) 27-10, today at Heinz Field from Pittsburgh, PA.
This was a bad loss for the Jets as they couldn't do anything on offense since they scored 10 points in the early drives of the game.
Gang Green's defense wasn't going to be enough to beat the Steelers if the offense showed up and they flat-out didn't.