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The Penalty Flag:
If it wasn’t bad enough for Tim Tebow who was overlooked by Rex Ryan for Greg McElroy, he also had to watch Jeremy Kerley play wildcat for the New York Jets.
Tebow, who is fully healty, had to watch as Kerley played in the Wildcat, took a direct snap and threw a 42-yard completion to Clyde Gates to set up the Jets’ first touchdown. With that one pass, Kerley eclipsed Tebow’s passing yardage for the season.
Instead of giving Tim Tebow a shot, the Jets chose to go with McElroy who is obviously not a No. 1 quarterback. By doing that the Jets have clinched their first losing season in the Rex Ryan era as McElroy finished with Sanchez-like numbers, 14-24, 185 yards, one interception and two fumbles.… Read more
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There was a time when it was rumored that Lucy Pinder and Tim Tebow were dating. We still aren’t sure if this was ever true, but regardless of any rumors Lucy Pinder does not need Tim Tebow to make a name for herself. All she needs is a bikini! Check out her gallery below: [...]
There is a reason that Super Bowl Champs aren’t getting much attention, even though they are in the midst of wasting a three-game lead in their division by losing six of eight in the second hand of the season. The New York Jets are taking all the attention away from them, much like they did [...]
Former Redskins quaterback Joe Thiesmann began his pro football career in the Canadian Football League and he told USA Today Sports that Jets quarterback Tim tebow wouldn’t have any success north of the border.
“If I was a Canadian football team, I wouldn’t take him,” Thiesmann said.
“You get a lot of one-on-ones. You have a lot of space to throw into, but you still have...
This March, as we all know, Tim Tebow was traded from the Denver Broncos to the New York Jets. There was some ambiguity at the time but everyone involved in the trade not named Tim suggested that with two teams interested the choice came down to the player's preference. With reports emerging that Tebow will end up in Jacksonville this offseason it's hard not to wonder if...
It’s basically a foregone conclusion that Tim Tebow’s tenure
with the New York Jets has nearly come to an end, but Chris Mortensen of ESPN,
via Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, is now reporting that it’s “a
virtual certainty” that the quarterback will play for the Jacksonville Jaguars
In fact, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that it’s “a
With Jaguars owner Shad Khan understandably desperate to put fans in the seats at EverBank Field, it is “a virtual certainty” that useless New York Jets employee Tim Tebow will play quarterback in Jacksonville next autumn. Tebow, who the Broncos … Continue reading →
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen via Adam Schefter, Jets quarterback Tim Tebow will most likely be playing for the Jacksonville Jaguars next season.
And @mortreport reports it’s “a virtual certainty” that Tim Tebow will play in 2013 for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 23, 2012
We already know the Jets are going to get rid of Tebow...
Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the New York Jets' home bout with the San Diego Chargers.Nick's take:Quarterback Greg McElroy, who will be making his first career start, will be the beneficiary of something Mark Sanchez has lacked all season: fan support. A strong running game, a conservative passing attack and...
Seth Walder of the New York Daily News reports that the Jets are expected to keep Mark Sanchez in place as their No. 2 quarterback behind Greg McElroy.
This would be an obvious indication that the team doesn’t want Tim Tebow under center in any circumstance for the team’s final two games of the season. Tebow is reportedly prepared to ask for a trade or a release in the coming...
If you didn't find The Post's characterization of Woody Johnson, Mike Tannenbaum, and Rex Ryan as clowns to be accurate -- you will now. The team has designated BOTH Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez as...
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BY NICK ST. DENISThe New York Jets boasted the NFL's best offensive line during Rex Ryan' first season as head coach in 2009. It's gotten worse each year since, but so has the rest of the offense.Gang Green's front unit surrendered a team record-tying 11 sacks in yet another debilitating loss, this time a 27-17 stinker against the San Diego Chargers with Greg McElroy...