Last year I was not aboard the Tim Tebow band wagon, especially after he beat my Jets. His play was terrible as a QB, but his stats were so unique that I had to wonder about him. He is definitely a winner that much I’ll give him. Losers don’t take over a pathetic looking 1-4 team, take them into the playoffs, and beat the Steelers and their #1 defense. In the end, he seemed to have more yards rushing then passing (that’s totally untrue, he passed for 1,729 yards and ran for 660 but it really did feel that way after many of his games). Furthermore, I am not a religious person and quite frankly, I think religion should be left out of politics and football. So this guy here doesn’t care for Tebowmania. That being said, I am glad the Jets had the gumption to make this trade. Continue reading
Today has been a nail biter for TIm Tebow and New York Jets fans alike. First, the New York Jets announced a trade for Tim Tebow, who has recently been replaced by Peyton Manning following his release form the Colts. Shortly thereafter, the story leaked that a snafu in the contract details would be holding up the closing of the deal. In addition to the trade agreement, the Denver Broncos are requiring an additional $5 million from the Jets for Tebow. As I write, there has been no official statement about the completion or retraction of the trade agreement. Nonetheless, I am confident when I say that Tim Tebow is not the missing link for our team.