Found November 18, 2012 on
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Ever wondered what a Tim Tebow-inspired Nissan Xterra would look like? Well, it appears that one Jets fan decided to deck out his green ride with Jets/Tebow decals.
Clearly, the car might be getting more action than Tim Tebow on two different fronts:
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Now, we can officially say this whole anonymous New York Jets thing has gotten out of control. We have heard a variety of opinions surface since a NY Daily News story ran earlier this week in which anonymous Jets players ripped Tim Tebow and called him “terrible.” LaDainian Tomlinson thinks he knows who the secret sources are and Rex Ryan thinks they’re cowards. Another player...
It’s an (anonymous) war of words in the Jets locker room.
One unnamed Jets player wants to make something clear: he doesn’t trust anonymous quotes. What’s to prevent a journalist from making them up to sell newspapers? However, if, in fact, the quotes are real, then the anonymous Jets player wants his anonymous Jets teammates to know that they should back up their words by...
Tim Tebow may not have the backing of his teammates in New York, but it certainly sounds like he has some support in Denver.
Tebow, who was ripped this week by several Jets teammates in the New York Daily News, continues to get respect from players he worked alongside in Denver.
“He was one of my all-time favorite teammates,” cornerback Champ Bailey told the Denver Post. “One...
Several of Tim Tebow's former Broncos teammates defended him against recent criticism from the Jets. See their comments here.
It seems like it was several years ago that John Elway stated that Tim Tebow has earned the right to be the starting quarterback heading into training camp this 2012 football season for the Denver Broncos.Actually, Elway made this comment just this January. Elway had plans to work with Tebow in the offseason to improve his throwing mechanics.That all changed when Jim Irsay...
It’s that time of year again, when Tim Tebow finds a way into the national spotlight, despite harsh criticism from his skeptics. The Jets backup quarterback hasn’t played much this season and yet has still managed to make the back […]
The New York Jets' winning formula Sunday against the St. Louis Rams Sunday was throwback 2009: stout defensive play, a steady rushing attack and mistake-free quarterbacking from Mark Sanchez. Running back Bilal Powell rushed for two scores, and Sanchez connected on 15 of 20 passes for 178 yards and a touchdown in the Jets' 27-13 victory. And get this -- Sanchez didn'...