Originally written January 21, 2013 on This Given Sunday:
The most confusing team in the NFL continues to be the New York Jets. The current saga of complete confusion began last year when the Jets traded for a backup quarterback, Tim Tebow. At the time, it seemed as if owner Woody Johnson was adamant about bringing in Tebow, but now, Johnson is saying Tebow was "forced" on him according to SI.com. Head coach Rex Ryan spent the majority of 2012 dodging the Tim Tebow question. At one point, Ryan even passed Tebow in favor of "third" string quarterback Greg McElroy. Even though McElroy didn't pan out, Ryan and the Jets turned back to Mark Sanchez. With Johnson and Ryan clearly avoiding Tebow, it's becoming apparent that the idea to bring Tebow into the fold was purely, or at least mostly, the brain child of former general manager Mike Tennenbaum. Tennenbaum was fired at the end of the season, and he was replaced by Ted Sundquist. Tim Tebow will likely hit free agency in the not so distant future. The Jets are...
2 Comments:
  • I hope some team will be less stupid than the Jets (if that is possible). You get a talent and dont use him??? Where is that on the intelligence moniter????

    I just cant process that there isn't a smart GM, Owner or some-one who will get his or their rears in gear and take him and play him!!!! That just might be the secret to everyone's success.

    Lots of luck.
  • Its sad how the media will publish full page rumors at the drop of a hat without verification. I'm surprised they don't get sued more often for all the adversity caused by their quick drawn embellishment.
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