Found September 23, 2012 on
The Juicy Online:
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 since the beginning of the season.
It appears that Tebow, as he was running towards the sideline, didn't noticed that the ball was coming in his direction, as the ball bounced off his helmet going out of bounds.
Notice near the sideline, all of the Jets coaches/players are cool with the fact that Tebow "tried" to catch the ball with his helmet and didn't give him any lip about the play.
BEST OF MAXIM
MIAMI, FL -- Kermit the Frog said it best; it ain't easy being green. Struggling on offense for the majority of the afternoon, the Jets and Mark Sanchez certainly didn't ease their way to a victory over the AFC East rival Miami Dolphins, on Sunday, but they'll take it.Santonio Holmes, who anticipated a big day for the Jets receivers against a young Dolphins' secondary...
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)
Stat line: 21/45, 306 Yards, 1 touchdown, 2 interceptions – 58.2 QB rating, 46.7 completion percentage
Season stats: 50/99, 710 Yards, 5 touchdowns, 3 interceptions – 78.3 QB rating, 50.5 completion percentage
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Thanks to our friends from Black Sports Online for posting this funny video from yesterday’s Dolphins-Jets game, in which Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez threw a pass towards Tim Tebow and hit him in the head.
I feel like I have a pretty strong stomach for the most part. It takes a lot to make me queasy, but there a couple things that are just too much for me to handle.
Jose Cuervo? Come on, I just ate!
Clubbing baby seals? Just the thought of it makes me sick.
Tim Tebow media coverage? ENOUGH! I can’t take it! Please, make it stop!
The crazy thing about the current Tebow...
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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.
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