Originally written on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 5/25/12
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If you weren't already enthralled by the manufactured Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez quarterback competition that has been shoved down your throat by most media outlets yet, there's still time to get sucked in. The New York Jets opened up OTAs to the media for the first time today, and the media responded in a hilariously idiotic way. And yes, they still want you to believe that there is a legitimate, open competition for the starting job as Jets quarterback.

Let's pretend that there was an open competition for the New York Jets at quarterback between Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow. The first week of OTAs would have just about zero impact on who would wins the job. The season is still three months away, the players are still learning a brand new offensive system and getting accustomed to new teammates. Performances in these practices really don't mean much.

Understandably, there is always some hype about the first OTA open to the media, because it's the first chance to see the Jets practice as a team and have it covered by the media. So we'll excuse the blow-by-blow accounts of the first open practice. What was hilarious to see was the reaction when Mark Sanchez had a good outing and Tim Tebow threw two interceptions:

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