Found September 19, 2012 on
New York Jets
Rex Ryan has most certainly heard the rumblings that his job could be on the line this season, so one has to figure that he’s being exceptionally mindful of how his team is run nowadays.Mark Sanchez has definitely heard the rumblings about his job security, even after signing a big extension this past off-season.Then, to ice the cake, the team traded for the most polarizing figure in sports, Tim Tebow (no, that is not hyperbole…name one other person in sports who is as divisive both off and on the field).You would think that would all put some pressure on them, right?If it did, they don’t handle it very well.After a sterling 48-28 victory over Buffalo in Week One, where Sanchez played the game of his life and the team was as prepared and well-coached as could be, they followed it up with an epic dud in Pittsburgh. The team was thoroughly outclassed, and Sanchez flopped after obliterating the Bills’ secondary.In and of itself, that’s one thing. The Tebow factor, however, changes th...
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Tim Tebow hasnt been playing as much as he would have expected this season, so that of course leads to more time for things like photoshoots. VOGUE has released a behind the scenes look at Tim Tebow’s photoshoot he did for the October edition of the magazine. Ladies, try and contain yourselves as shockingly Tebow is featured shirtless.
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So this is what we've gotten to, huh? A backup quarterback making the front page of one of the most well-known newspapers in one of the world's biggest cities -- all because he took his shirt off. Tim Tebow, or "the world's most famous bench-warmer as the New York Post referred to him, made the front page of the tabloid on Friday. The Jets backup quarterback was...
After his career ends, will New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow enter politics in Florida? (Credit: AP Photo)
Whether or not you like Tim Tebow, you have to admit he garners attention wherever he ends up. First, in Florida, then in Denver and now, even as a backup, in New York, Tebow never struggles to gain attention.
Today, ESPN New York’s Rich Cimini published an extensive QA...
Matt Cavanaugh has worked with lots of quarterbacks over the years. None have been anything like Tim Tebow.
''It's been a learning experience for me,'' the New York Jets quarterbacks coach said Thursday. ''Being around Tim and hearing about some of the other things he's done and what he's capable of doing, it's pretty exciting.''
New York Jets quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh says having Tim Tebow as the backup has been ''a learning experience'' and predicts a ''successful'' year for starter Mark Sanchez.
Cavanaugh, addressing the media Thursday for the first time this season, had no concerns about how Sanchez would handle the arrival of Tebow when the Jets traded for the...
Eva Longoria, the main squeeze of New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, dropped by for a chat with Chelsea Handler on the host’s show on E!, Chelsea Lately. Invariably, the topic of Longoria’s new beau came up. As she did during a recent appearance on Extra!, Longoria attempted to somewhat downplay discussion of the relationship and sidestep [...]
The second the Jets pulled the trigger on trading for Tim Tebow, it was only a matter of time before these articles started being written – and based on Sanchez’s performance on Sunday, he only managed to make it till the end of Week 2. Mark Sanchez was able to keep the Tebow conversation quiet after a stellar Week 1 performance, but Week 2 may serve as a wake-up call for all...
According to Manish Mehta, Jets head coach Rex Ryan has confirmed that cornerback Darrelle Revis still hasn’t been cleared for contact after suffering a concussion during their week one win over the Bills.
Rex Ryan reiterates that Revis still has to pass required steps per NFL protocol. Hasn’t been cleared for contact yet. #nyj
— Manish Mehta(@MMehtaNYDN) September 17, 2012...
The TOJ Staff discusses what match-up they are most looking forward to in the Jets/Dolphins game. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter to check back later in the day for this week’s Fact or False -
Joe Caporoso - The Jets wide receivers/passing game against Miami’s secondary. The Dolphins have a stout front seven, which is going to make it difficult for the Jets...
New York Jets nose tackle Kenrick Ellis will be sidelined four to six weeks with a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee.
Coach Rex Ryan confirms Thursday that the backup lineman will miss at least a month after being injured in the Jets' 23-17 loss to Houston on Monday night. Ellis was filling in for starter Sione Po'uha, sidelined with a sore lower back...