I dunno. The worst part of the Jets seson last year was the locker room meltodown. While it is true that Sanchez play declined, no matter what his stats say, there was clearly a rift in the chemistry of the team. Tebow is not a big talker, he is satisfied to come and compete and will support his team mates 100% no matter what role he has. He leads by example and only wants to win. It is a bit of a head scratcher move, but if any team in the league could use a silent leader and presence for locker room stability, it is my NY Jets. If he never took the field, this could still be a great thing for my team. If Sanchez can't handle the situation and folds, we have a viable, not great, starter, and it puts us in a position to keep selling tickets, stick to our run game, and still search for the answer at QB.
Last edited by Fuerue; 03-23-2012 at 08:10 AM. Reason: typo
haha, I love the likely last place fans complaining about a contender.
Tebow isn't dividing the locker room. It is, however, proving to be a maturity test of sorts for some of the problematic members of his team, and they are already failing it. Having 38 kids was probably an early indicator of that, though.
Shouldn't be too much trouble for Tebow. Sanchez is clearly already scared of Tebow.
Someone with the skillz should photoshop the Bills player out of this and put Tebow in