Ongoing and increasingly fervent debate of playboy vs. altar boy, Sanchize vs. Tebowmania in New York feels almost too perfect to be accidental.
Actually, screenshots of N.Y. Jets quarterbacks Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow answering somber versions of what basically boiled down to "about this inevitable QB controversy . . . " during halftime of Sunday Night Football felt downright Karl Rove-ian.
This controversy is straight from a political playbook: When in trouble, distract.
I'd suggest the Jets brain trust orchestrated this except I do not think they are smart enough. It is genius, really. They are not very good, a long list of reasons existing as to why, and we have been focusing on a backup quarterback. And as long as we debate these two, we will ignore the elephant in the war room.
The Jets do not have a quarterback problem. From the owner to the general manager to the coach, theirs is a failure of leadership.
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