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With the 2012 NFL regular season officially in the books, many teams are beginning to look toward 2013.With all of the story lines that surround the upcoming offseason, one of the most notable will no doubt be the future of current New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow.A recent report stated that a potential move to the Jacksonville Jaguars was essentially a done deal.However, as we have seen countless times in the past nothing is definite when it comes to NFL transactions. After all, a Tebow trade to Jacksonville was thought to be certain when he was auctioned by the Denver Broncos, until the New York Jets swooped in and made the unexpected acquisition.As we wait for things to officially unfold with Tebow, recent history has proven that anything can happen. Listed below are a few potential destinations that are within the realm of possibility.St. Louis Rams: While the Rams' quarterback situation seems to be locked up with former No. 1 overall pick Sam Bradford, the team reportedl...
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Two things are readily apparent after Tim Tebow‘s three years in the NFL. First, he is not ever going to be a good traditional quarterback. Second, he does not want to — or cannot — be used primarily as an option player, such as in wildcat sets.
But what is still undetermined is whether Tebow can be a good, run-oriented quarterback if given the right offense.
There seem to be conflicting reports swirling in the air around Jacksonville, Florida the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars.On the one hand there are reports that Jacksonville wants to make substantial changes this offseason in order to be able to win games, but on the other hand there are reports that are saying it is "virtually certain" that Tim Tebow will be a member...
Tebowmania was at a peak when the Jets brought Wildcat quarterback Tim Tebow over from the Denver Broncos last winter. The darling of the NFL went from riding a wave of popularity to riding the pine.
Now one New York City sporting goods store has used Tebow's status on the bench to help promoting New York Jets merchandise.
According to Darren Rovell's Twitter account, a...
Now that the New York Jets’ season is over, quarterback Tim Tebow has made it clear that he wants to be a starter next season after not getting a oppurtunity this season to play quarterback on a full-time basis.
Despite reports that Tebow is likely to leave the Jets this offseason, the quarterback would not speak definitively.
“I’m not sure,” he said after the game.
Even with a recent report that Jets quarterback Tim Tebow could end up with the Jacksonville Jaguars next season, Arthur Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com says it’s probably a stretch to believe that he’ll be a Jaguar in 2013.
After doing a little digging, we hear that categorizing his arrival in Jacksonville after the season as imminent is a major stretch.
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Found in what is assumed to be a Dick’s Sporting Goods store in the New York/New Jersey area is this display of mannequins dressed as several prominent players from the New York Jets. Most of the team’s stars are represented in the display, including Nick Mangold, Santonio Holmes, Bart Scott, Mark “Buttfumble” Sanchez, and Tim Tebow, who is appropriately the only one found...
@HochentweetIt looks like to me that Dick’s Sporting Goods was having some fun while lining up a bunch of manikins dressed up in New York Jets gear.Some Dick’s employees positioned a manikin dressed as Tim Tebow so that he’s sitting on the bench while the rest of his “teammates” are standing up.Dick’s Sporting Goods display puts Tebow on bench twitter.com/Hochentweet...
New York football fans are faced with a big choice Sunday afternoon: Who'd you rather — the Jets or the Giants?
To many it's like picking your poison but this is what the season for fans of both teams has come down to — hoping to get one last chance at seeing Tim Tebow play with Gang Green or praying that the Giants make the playoffs with the help of a miracle.
On the football field and at Dick’s Sporting Goods in New York City, Tim Tebow rides the bench.
As if Tim Tebow hasn’t taken enough criticism during the last few weeks of the season for reportedly wanting out of the wildcat and “quitting” on the Jets, a New York City Dick’s Sporting Goods store took the trashing of Tebow to a whole new level.
The photo (above) of Tebow’s...
The NFL regular season has come to an end with the Washington Redskins defeating the Dallas Cowboys and claiming the last playoff spot. With the end of the regular season brings “Black Monday”, a day where coaches who failed to live up to their team owner’s expectations get fired. One of these coaches is Chicago … Continue reading »
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With Andy Reid out as Philadelphia Eagles head coach, the major question facing the franchise now is who will replace him.The speculation has swirled for months, as Reid’s fate was sealed further by each successive loss. Here’s a look at some of the possibilities.
The name that has been tossed around most in relation to the...
The New York Jets ended a disappointing season with a 28-9 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. While Rex Ryan is undoubtedly upset with the way his team performed this year, he has to be relieved that he no longer has to deal with arguably the ugliest quarterback situation in the NFL.
When the Jets acquired Tim Tebow, Ryan warned opponents that they had better be prepared to face...
For sports fans tired of hearing the endless speculation about Tim Tebow’s future and Dwight Howard’s next team, be forewarned: 2013 could be just as bad.
Many of 2012’s major storylines will be laid to rest this week, with champions crowned and players settled into their new teams. But for some, like Tebow and Howard, 2012 only cracked the lid on what’s expected to be a...
General manager Mike Tannenbaum‘s tenure in New York is over, and it’s all Tim Tebow‘s fault.
Well, that’s not necessarily true, but Tebow’s arrival did play a big part in Tannenbaum’s early exit in New York.
Tannenbaum was with the Jets for almost 15 years in various capacities, including as general manager since 2006. He brought the team back to the brink of an AFC...
Remember when Tim Tebow‘s presence was supposed to light a fire under Mark Sanchez and thus make him a better quarterback? Me neither.
In a season in which everything went wrong for the Jets, Sanchez was particularly brutal, tossing 18 interceptions and just 13 touchdown passes while completing only 54.3 percent of his passes. In other words, not only did the fourth-year quarterback...