Originally Posted by sec.101row23
What is even more pathetic is that this outcome was pretty much predicted by most sane people. Yet, the Jets somehow thought they were smarter than everyone else and opted for the publicity. I guess you can say it worked out in that regard.
It's important to point out thet theory of the Tebow Trade supporters was never, in fact, tired.
We never played Tebow nearly enough or gave him the ball enough, we used the Wildcat less than any year in recent memory despite having an O-Co who ran the **** out of it in Miami, and totally dropped the ball on designing anything like an offense system/scheme that could make use of Tebow's obvious talents while supporting the failure that is Mark Sanchez.
The failure to actually use Tebow at all, even in teh face of a clearly failing Sanchez, is the best evidence available that the Tebow aquisition was not supported by Rex or Sparano, and was instead pushed on them by either Tanny or Woody ro some combination of the two.