Found November 16, 2011 on
Thursday night's Jets-Broncos game (on NFL Network) features an intriguing confluence at QB between the raw emotion, and ability, of Tim Tebow and the heavily scrutinized Mark Sanchez.
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The outspoken NFL analyst had some unorthodox advice for the Jets during a recent radio appearance, saying the team should "remove Sanchez" and "put Peyton Manning on that football team."
Mark Sanchez is one of the most heavily-debated quarterbacks in the NFL. Some people feel he is overrated because he has not lived up to the price the Jets paid to move up and draft him (a first and second-round pick, plus three players). Many people also feel the amount of national exposure he receives [...]
New contributor to TSR, Andy, asked me how long Tim Tebow would stay in the NFL? He said he would take five years, and even past that. Since this is a debate, I guess that leaves me with less than five. Even if that does leave me with a higher chance of getting turned into a pillar of salt. First I'll discuss why he'll be out of the league, then Andy will say why he'll...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By PAT GRAHAM AP Sports Writer Lost in all the hoopla over Tim Tebow and his recent success is the performance of Denver's dominant defense over the last month.
The Broncos have been able to keep it close so that their unconventional quarterback can orchestrate all those comebacks.
Led by relentless rookie pass rusher Von Miller...
Mike Florio talks about the heroics of Broncos QB Tim Tebow. Florio believes that everyone including the defense believes in Tebow. And the Broncos have a shot at the division. (NBC Sports)
For all the local and national fascination with Tim Tebow and the Broncos' counterrevolutionary attack, neither Tebow nor anybody else on the offensive unit is the most important factor in its success.
After Jets coach Rex Ryan took a scathing shot at Mark Sanchez, calling the quarterback’s timeout on Sunday night the stupidest play in football, both are saying their relationship is just fine. Sanchez claims he can’t think of anybody he would rather play for, and the coach insists...
Mark Sanchez struggled again on Thursday, but Rex Ryan said on Friday it's unfair to put all the blame for the Jets' struggles on the QB.