I'm very amused that you seem to be under the impression that I'm a Mark Sanchez dong-devourer.....whereas I've been Sanchez-Free for MONTHS now. Talk to southparkcpa if you don't believe me.
But Teblow sucks azz. 56 minutes of garbage.....followed by a solid drive-for-a-score when the opposing team decides to play prevent defense.
Yeah....He's a winner, alright.
And any one of us could go out there and have a better QB rating than Mark Sanchez.
What I get is that Greg McElroy is a 100x the QB that Mark Sanchez is.And at some point you sissies need to accept the fact that someone wants to see him play purely for the circus that is Tim Tebow.
None of these guys can actually play QB. Don't you get this?
I can't compare him to Teblow because Teblow isn't a REAL NFL QB!
You better be here next season AFTER Teblow is gone.....
In short, it's not like we were winning very many 40 point shootouts with great play from the QB position. One could argue that in most of our wins, and even a number of our losses, Tebow would have done just as well as Mark, if not better (due to Mark's INTs and fumbles that always seem to happen at the wrong time).
If you were going to bring him in here then it's time to play him. Season is done. Who gives a sh!t what McElroy has? He's not NFL starting capable. Tebow might have that ability. Let's see if he's improved.
Look for my other posts today putting my full support behind McElroy. I don't have a pro-Sanchez agenda. I have a support the starting QB agenda.
Can't say the same for the Tebow disciples.
What I am saying is that there is absolutely no way Tebow starting makes the Jets any better than 5-7 this year.
I'm still unsure why people continue to insist that he is the reason why the Broncos made the playoffs last year.
This isn't a team. He lost the team a long time ago and former players have mentioned about how bad that locker room is for a few years now. Started with Cotchery wanting out, LT talking, Kris Jenkins, etc...
Try to make this short and sweet. You say that you agree that Tebow would possibly have the same 5 wins. Ok, let's say he does.
Let's then look at some other games. Against the Texans, we lost by 6, 23-17. Of our 17 points, 7 came via a special teams return for a TD. Offense scored 10 points. With 3:28 left, we get the ball at our 16 yard line needing to go 84 yards to tie the game with a TD and win with the PAT. During that drive, Sanchez throws a boneheaded interception.
How would Tebow have done ? Sure, it's possible he would have screwed it up, OR, it's possible that like last year, he would have gone "Tebow Time" like he did on 6 occasions last year and engineered a game winning drive.
Against Seattle, one could argue that Tebow wouldn't have thrown that boneheaded INT at the goal line. That was a play that completely changed the complexion of the game. The whole "momentum" thing.
Funny thing about won loss records is that if the outcome of 2 games changes, it's a 4 game swing on the record. Suddenly, 5 -7 and 2 games under .500 becomes 7-5 and 2 games over .500.
Watching the Pick-6ers vs the Tebowites is hilarious. It's like watching an online pissing contest between Palestine and Israel.