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Boomer Esiason: Jets should cut Tim Tebow (8/6/2012)
Remember that? That sounded so silly and premature just 6 weeks ago but Boomer obviously knew what he was talking about. This whole Tim Tebow experiment has to stop. What have we seen so far: they donât use him in a game the Jets are up by 34 points, they donât use him when they are down by 7, they donât use him near the goal line, they donât use him when Mark Sanchez is struggling, they donât even use him after Mark Sanchez takes a big hit and is obviously affected. Meanwhile, on the rare occasions they do use him they give up after one play. Or use him split wide and throw to him on 3rd down when he doesnât have a clue what heâs doing. For months weâve heard how Tony Sparano has designed all these crazy Tebowmania plays, things the press wasnât even allowed to watch during practices. They are going to use Tebow 20 plays a game. Well, what was he in this week, four plays? The week before, three? They donât even trust him to thr...
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Perhaps there is no play that better encapsulates the mess the Jets are perceived to be than the incompeltion seen above. The Jets had a 3rd and 3 in the third quarter against the Dolphins on Sunday and had Tim Tebow lined up as a receiver. Tebow went in motion and ran to the flat, but Sanchez threw a pass before Tebow was looking. The ball went off Tebowâs helmet for an incompletion...
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Mark Sanchez was mostly miserable in Miami. Tim Tebow was ineffective despite getting more snaps than he had in the New York Jets' first two games.
Sanchez has shown a knack for coming through late in games - as he did late in the Jets' 23-20 overtime victory over the Dolphins last Sunday. But in several situations that appeared perfect for Tebow, the playmaking backup remained...
Yesterday, we featured of clip of New York Jets back-up quarterback Tim Tebow running a fake punt against the Miami Dolphins.
Tebow later in the game had a chance to make a reception but comedy ensued when he got hit in the helmet with a pass from Mark Sanchez:
(Courtesy of Bleacher Report)
Maybe it's not a good idea, from now on, for New York Jets QB Mark Sanchez to throw passes to backup QB Tim Tebow, because this (in the video below) could happen.During their game against the Miami Dolphins Sunday afternoon, as the game was tied 10-10 in the third quarter, the Jets decided to try out a pass play from Sanchez to Tebow, something most people have been waiting for...
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10) Tim Tebow made a play to get a first down on a fake punt, which the NFL is required by federal law to show you9) Detroit beat the Titans 25-21, but as that was just in the fourth quarter, they didn't actually win the game8) Jets-Dolphins was so riveting, we needed more than four quarters of it (along with three different channels where...
In one of the most accidentally comical moments so far this season, New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez threw a pass on a swing route to Tim Tebow, the most popular back up QB in the history of sports. The funny part is, the pass doinks right off the top of Tebowâs helmet. Watch: I [...]
Thanks to our friends from Black Sports Online for posting this funny video from yesterdayâs Dolphins-Jets game, in which Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez threw a pass towards Tim Tebow and hit him in the head.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez hit Tim Tebow square in the helmet. Because, like gay porn, in Dolphins / Jets -- everybody sucked.
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A pass caromed off Tim Tebow's helmet, which is how things went much of the day for the New York Jets.
Then in overtime, the ball bounced their way.
First the Miami Dolphins missed a potential game-winning field-goal attempt, and then Jets kicker Nick Folk received a reprieve. After Folk's blocked field-goal attempt was negated by a timeout, his retry was a successful 33...