New York & Tim Tebow

New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. Timothy Richard Tebow (born August 14, 1987) is an American football quarterback for the New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL). 5.0/5

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Tim Tebow officially becomes the first pro athlete to remain a virgin while playing for 2 New York sports franchises.
The Eagles are trying the vaunted, Tim Tebow + Mark Sanchez combination that was so successful in New York.
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The 'Daily News' thinks Tim Tebow can save the Jets sure as *** can't hurt this team) They need a Competitor...
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News: Tim Tebow has said he is still training and wants to continue to pursue his NFL dream. Tebow played for the Broncos (2010-11), Jets 2012 and was on the Patriots practice squad (2013). He is a Heisman Trophy winner and has a playoff win. Tebow might have been successful if he was under better circumstances in New York, what's to say he can't be successful now. Arthur Blank the owner of the Atlanta Falcons has said that London could end up with a franchise of their own or more. He said "I think it will start with an increased number of games. That will be translated into a very successful series of games, and eventually, I think a franchise. And maybe more than one. London's a big City. There have been talks about a London franchise for many years that have since been talked down. Speaking of International games the NFL should consider coming to Australia again. They came out here in 1999 for what was called the "American Bowl" between the Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers. Jermichael Finley was s ...
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Michael Vick? Really? Why? Did the NFL run out of talented quarterbacks? It really boggles the mind that you would let Michael Vick play when you really didn't give Tim Tebow a chance. WOW!!! I was born and bred in New York and I'm disgusted beyond belief!!!
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Quarterback for the New York Jets Tim Tebow seen leaving the Ralph Lauren store in New York.
Former NFL Quarterback Tim Tebow has filed a civil lawsuit in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York naming the National Football League as defendants. The plaintiff alleges that the defendant has unfairly discriminated against him using the arbitrary basis of an utter lack of the abi...
Tim Tebow's journey is a roller coaster ride... but one thing remains constant his faith is there all through out his upside down Remembering the prayer from the Movie "Facing the Giants" - If We win We praise you and if we lose we Praise. An Easter Sunday crowd of roughly 20,000 in Florida listened to Tebow on April 8, 2012. He only briefly mentioned his move from Denver to New York. "Kind of got traded. I'm on another team—excited to be a Jet," Tebow said. "Regardless of what happens, I still honor my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, because at the end of the day, that's what's important, win or lose. ... We need to get back to one nation under God, and be role models for kids," Tebow added Circumstances test his faith.. Despite that he has done for the team Bronchos.. The Broncos were 1–4 before he became the starter, but began winning with him on the field, often coming from behind late in the fourth quarter until they won their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005, defeating the Pi ...
What we learned from the Super Bowl (Copied elsewhere, but I like it) 1. Joe Namath does not endorse PETA or Miracle Ear. 2. The Broncos defense was unable to responsibly handle the legalization of marijuana. 3. Countless critics can't keep Tim Tebow down. 4. Bruno Mars shows the world that good music and real talent still exist in American pop music. 5. The only thing that can improve Fox Network's lame broadcast is more Erin Andrews. 6. Football favor showed there were obviously more Christians playing for Seattle. 7. Bob Dylan may have single-handily revived the American auto industry. 8. New York black market vendors began selling knock off Nike Seattle Super Bowl Champs T-shirts at 10:32 left in the first quarter. 9. Denver's offensive line appeared to be blocking the Phantom of the Opera. 10. Seattle Seahawks are pretty darn good and deserve a championship. Congrats to a city that gave us Starbuck's, Nirvana, and pretty good apples. Still, many on the east coast actually believes you're part of Can ...
Broncos tell Tim Tebow to drop those puppies and haul *** to New York.
Broncos win! YES! Always been my team. I cheered on Brian Griese, Jake Plummer, Jay Cutler, Bubby Brister, Kyle Orton and Tim Tebow, bridging the gap between Elway and Manning! Can't wait to see them win in New York in 2 weeks!
Former Jets general manager Mike Tannebaum said on Wednesday that he made a few mistakes during his time in New York and one of those mistakes was trading for Tim Tebow.
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Every Question I Have For The New York Jets in 2013Posted by Michael Ganz June 12, 2013 Despite my allegiance to the Giants, as a prideful New Yorker I still feel a sharp pain right above my kidneys every year when I see the Jets flounder about during the offseason. Whether it’s Darrelle Revis shouting about how much more he deserved to get paid in 2010 (not so fun), or Tim Tebow getting brought in as the Jets’ born-again QB savior/clear media stunt (very fun), the Jets always seem to find a way to undeservedly clutter the media. This year, however, they seem to be slipping under the radar. Rex Ryan has taken his foot out of his mouth for once, presumably for health reasons, and has left us all waiting with bated breath for his opinion on the team. In order to right this wrong, here are the questions I’ll be emailing every New York area reporter to ask the Jets’ Head Coach at their next press conference, along with an mp3 file of myself recitingJim Mora’s “Playoffs” speech if and when Big ...
It took less than five minutes into Bill Belichick 's first press conference after signing QB Tim Tebow for Belichick to get sick of Tebowmania. Meanwhile, in New York, Rex Ryan is hoping Tebow takes Tom Brady 's job...
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan, who predicted last year that Tim Tebow would be a headache for opposing defenses, didn't sound at all concerned Tuesday about the prospect of facing his former player now that he's a member of the New England Patriots. "I'm not worried about anything, really," Ryan said at the start of his team's minicamp. "I'm happy for the young man to get another opportunity in the league. It didn't work out here. Obviously, he had more success in Denver than he did here. It is what it is." Asked if he's curious to see how Patriots coach Bill Belichick deploys Tebow, Ryan shrugged and said "no." "If they want to replace [Tom] Brady with him," Ryan deadpanned, "that's fine." Nearly two months after he left the franchise, Tebow remains a hot topic around the Jets, who cut the polarizing quarterback in late April after one, ill-fated season in New York. For 10 months, Ryan was peppered with questions about Tebow and his role -- or non-role -- with the Jets. That didn't change Tuesday. The coa ...
I'm not quite sure the backlash on the Patriots signing Tim Tebow. I actually like this pickup. He never got a chance to prove himself in New York, and I distinctly remember him leading the Broncos to a division title in 2011. What's with the hate? He can run, he can throw. I'm sure this whole playing TE stuff can work somehow. Remember, Coach Belichick picked up Wes Welker when he was mainly a Punt Returner in Miami. And picked up Danny Woodhead from New York. Why can't we be excited for the holy one to be a Pat?!? If you're not secretly excited about this move, you hate America, religion, the Pats, and respectful debate!! With all due respect, of course.
What is Mark Sanchez's future in New York? Will he be there in 3 years? Will he be successful? How soon do you think Geno Smith will take over his job, if at all? - CuJo
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Since William *** and Stewart Bradley left Arizona, all questions revolved around Kevin Kolb if he was to be the next to take off the red jersey. Recent talks have been escalading that the New York Jets have shown interest in Kolb, and a trade could possibly happen within the next week, before FA signing day. (March 12) if a trade does happen involving Kevin Kolb going to New York, could Beanie Wells join him? Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow, current QB's for the Jets, didn't show that they were capable of maintaining a starting spot on the roster, and both late in the season were replaced by rookie QB Greg McElroy. Shonne Green, Jets current RB, is a Free Agent and is not expected to resign with the Jets next season. With these three players being FA's or on the trade block, the Jets, like the Cardinals, are looking to rebuild. New York had to have seen that Arizona's attempt to rebuild using Kevin Kolb and Beanie Wells was a complete failure, but they believe that with their coaching staff, Kevin Kolb c ...
Brady Quinn could join the Jets So how do the cap-strapped Jets fill out their quarterback depth chart when one of them will make $8.25 million this year, whether he’s on the team or not? Enter Brady Quinn. (I think I just heard the bowels of every Jets fan simultaneously release.) Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com connects the dots that could lead the Free Agent from Kansas City to New York. Last year, the Jets were scheduled to visit with Quinn before they signed Drew Stanton (which, of course, came before they traded for Tim Tebow and then shipped Stanton to Indy). This year, David Lee is the quarterbacks coach. And Lee has previously raved about Quinn. “I’m going to tell you this right now: Brady Quinn has a stronger arm than both the Manning brothers,” Lee said two years ago. “No question. I worked them all out.” Quinn, per Cimini, has told friends that Lee is the best teacher Quinn has ever worked with. So with the Jets planning to take five quarterbacks to training camp and with three ...
On Tuesday, the Jets began dumping salaries to get under the salary cap. Bart Scott, Calvin Pace, Eric Smith, and Jason Smith were released, saving some $32 million. This is just the beginning, of course. New general manager John Idzik might not be able to fire Rex Ryan, but he's got free rein to fix a depth chart that became burdened with overpriced veterans in recent years. Punt protector and backup quarterback Tim Tebow qualifies. He's set to make $2.6 million in base salary next season and, for any number of reasons, isn't a good fit in New York.
Jets Will Shop Tim Tebow At NFL Combine This Week NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The Jets began the process of retooling their roster on Tuesday when they cut ties with five players. To the surprise of no one, New York released veteran linebackers Bart Scott and Calvin Pace, safety Eric Smith, backup offensive lineman Jason Smith and tight end Josh Baker. The cuts saved Gang Green roughly $32 million. So who’s the next Jet to get the axe? There has been speculation for weeks that general manager John Idzik will attempt to trade superstar Darrelle Revis. Revis — widely considered the NFL’s top cornerback — has been rehabbing from a torn ACL suffered early in the 2012 season. The final year of his contract in 2013 carries a $9 million cap hit, according to the New York Daily News. And then of course there is the curious case of Tim Tebow. Earlier this month, league sources told ESPN that Idzik would hold off on cutting Tebow and would instead attempt to trade him. Those sources appeared to be correct, as ...
Tim Tebow was two wins from the Super Bowl a year ago. Now, he's pretty much a player without a team — likely to be released by the New York Jets after one frustrating season and his hometown team in Jacksonville already pulling in the welcome mat. Even Tebow doesn't know how this will unfold. A backup role on another NFL team? A position change? The Canadian Football League? "I don't know what my future holds, but I know who holds my future," the devout Christian said in a recent interview with Fox Business Network, his only public comments since his strange Jets season ended. "And, in that," he added, "there is a lot of peace and a lot of comfort." Tebow barely played for the Jets last season. "An absolute mess," is the way recently retired special teams coordinator Mike Westhoff described it. Tebow has two years left on his contract, but New York is expected to trade or release him in the next few weeks. So far, destination unknown. "I can't imagine a scenario in which he'll be a Jacksonville Jaguar, ...
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A vacationing Rex Ryan was spotted and photographed Thursday sporting a tattoo of a woman donning only a green jersey with Mark Sanchez's No. 6 on it, posing in a way many would say resembles a crouching Tim Tebow.
After years of being ridiculed, treated unprofessionally and being the victims of "anonymous source" character assassinations, the New York Jets are finally fighting back against the New York media. Needless to say, that has the Jets beat writers in quite a tizzy. Manish Mehta Jets are a well-oiled machine: Coach & owner have yet to talk about firing a man who worked for team for 15 yrs or reportedly fired OC this is the same Manish Mehta of the Daily News who used multiple anonymous sources in an article in November to rip apart Tim Tebow. The gist of the article may have been right, but using sources like "another Jets source," "a Jets official," and "a member of the organization" didn't do anything to help Mehta's reputation or status with the team. This issue has roots way before the Mehta article, though. Perhaps the first media member to consistently attack the Jets no matter what they do was WFAN radio's Mike Francesa. Long ago, the Jets cut off access to the team for Francesa, so he's responded .. ...
Citing multiple team sources, ESPN New York reports Tim Tebow pulled himself out of the Jets' Wildcat package after he was passed over for Greg McElroy in the starting lineup last week. Tebow has every right to be frustrated about the Jets' refusal to use him as a quarterback, but sabotaging one of the team's offensive packages was probably not the right way to go about it. Tebow was active for Sunday's loss to the Chargers, but did not play. Jeremy Kerley stood in as the Jets' Wildcat QB. We'd say the Jets have become a three-ring circus, but that would be generous. Woody Johnson and Mike Tannenbaum are leading the no-ring circus.
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The third-year quarterback has seen limited action in his first season with the Jets, and after New York named Greg McElroy the starter for next weekend, Tim Tebow might ask out of New York next season.
Ya know if the NFL expands its playoff teams that sad excuse for a football team in New York would be a playoff team?!?! Mark Sanchez makes Joe Flacco look like Tom Brady, can Tim Tebow possibly be a worse option? It's hard to get too down on the Ravens after watching the Jets last night... By the way what the *** happened to Chris Johnson? It was nice seeing a glimpse of what he used to be for one play last night.
Fireman Ed Anzalone is stepping down as Jets cheerleader. (Getty)EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Bill Belichick once famously quit the New York Jets, without ever coaching a game, by scribbling "I resign as HC of the NYJ" on a piece of paper. The Jets' most attention-seeking fan, "Fireman Ed", aka former New York firefighter Ed Anzalone, used 275 words to do essentially the same thing. In a self-penned column in the Metro, the free newspaper handed out mostly at subway stations, Anzalone announced he will no longer attend games as "Fireman Ed." Anzalone became famous for leading the "J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets" chants at home games while wearing a fireman's helmet. Anzalone cited the coarsening of conditions at Jets games due to fans' anger at the team's struggles this season and the quarterback controversy between starter Mark Sanchez and backup Tim Tebow. Anzalone wears a Sanchez jersey to games and said he left Thursday's blowout loss to the New England Patriots at halftime due to heckling. [Related: Jay Cutl ...
Just so you know...Thanksgiving Day NFL games on television feature an amazing All-Star lineup this Thursday. At 11:30AM Matt Schaub, Arian Foster, and JJ Watt take on the Detroit Lions in Detroit. Followed at 3:15 by RGIII and the Skins in Dallas against Tony Romo, Miles Austin, and Cole Beasley. Then at 7:20 we get Tom Brady and Wes Welker against Marc Sanchez and Tim Tebow from New York. Yes, you can also watch the Longhorns in a tough battle with the TCU Horned frogs at 6:30 even without the Longhorn Network. It's going to be a great day!
guess most of us knew in the offseason when Tim Tebow was brought to the Jets this thing was going to explode, and boy has it. Putting aside the name calling that were hearing now, it was no secret that this was a huge mistake. Unless Tebow was getting the starting job, this marraige just could not survive. But the Jets problems are much larger than Tib Tebow. Rex Ryan has managed to keep running his trap that this team was Super Bowl ready, when in fact this team is not even making the playoffs. In Training camp this team needed some big time receivers, but the Jets elected to pass. Plaxico Burress, Chad Johnson and Terrell Owens were all there for the taking, but they didnt move on any of them. Now the Jets with no running game, no passing game and no Quarterback are looking at a possible last place finish. Mark Sanchez'S run as QB in New York has to be over. I long for the days of Richard Todd, Chad Pennington and Vinny Testaverde!
Florida fans may finally get their man. Tim Tebow could soon be a part of our home team. Sources tell Action Sports, the Jaguars are making a play to trade for Tebow before the trade deadline this Thursday. The deadline was supposed to be [Tuesday]. It was pushed back a couple days because of Superstorm Sandy, which hit New York hard. It just so happens, that's where Tebow plays now for the Jets. Action Sports is working to confirm the possibility that Tebow could be headed home. We've called Jags owner Shad Khan, who said publicly that he would've drafted Tebow. Action Sports also put a call into Jags General Manager Gene Smith, who made a play for Tebow in the offseason. BOUT TIME WE DID SOMETHING SMART! get gabbertt of the field! jesus.. Read more:
Hurricane Sandy is God's way of punishing New York for their mistreatment of Tim Tebow. I hope Mark Sanchez has taken up higher ground...
According to a poll of 180 NFL players by Sports Illustrated, Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow is by far the most overrated player in the league for the second straight season, receiving 34 percent of the vote. And No. 2 is New York's starter, Mark Sanchez (tied with Cowboys QB Tony Romo at 8 percent). Eagles QB Michael Vick ranks fourth (4 percent) and Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is fifth (3 percent). The only Patriot in the top 20 is Tom Brady, ninth at 2 percent.
What I'm about to say surprises even myself. I've had some strong feelings about this guy, so I never thought that a change of heart on him would even be possible. But after watching the Jets come this close (--) to beating the Pats in NE, I'm a believer that Tim Tebow needs a heavier work load. Yes, I'm shocked that I wrote that. But really I'd be more shocked if the "smart football fans" don't come to a similar conclusion after watching the Jets lose two winnable games to the upper echelon of the AFC (guess they'd just be "typical fans" if they don't see it). What has to drive the Jets fans crazy is think if they won those games against Houston and NE? NY is going wild and analysts everywhere are talking about how the two best teams in football are both in New York. The Jets didn't pull it off though. I believe that if Rex Ryan and Tony Sparano will give Tebow a chance at a legitimate opportunity to run more plays, especially late in the game and on scoring opportunities, the Jets can still make the pla ...
All sides of the argument have been tossed around the past few days in the New York market after a 34-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers at home: The Jets should start Tim Tebow now. The Jets should use a little more Tebow going forward. The Jets would be nuts to bench Mark Sanchez for a guy whose accuracy is worse. Put us down as being a staunch supporter of that last statement. Sanchez is 25 years old – twenty-five – and already has two AFC Championship Game appearances on his resume. The guy can play. A quarterback doesn't throw nine touchdowns to only three interceptions in the postseason -- the way he did in 2009 and '10 at the ages of 23 and 24, only to then forget how to play the game as he's heading into what should be the prime of his career. No, that's a sign that what's surrounding him isn't fostering his growth as a player. Mark Sanchez isn't screwing the Jets up. The Jets are screwing up Sanchez. Allow us to count the ways. Botched personnel decisions Let's start with Sanchez's targets. Fr ...
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I took a vow this week to hate everything that New York sports stands for, especially the New York Jets. So here is my top 10, and its the top ten reasons I hate the New York Jets. 1. Tim Tebow 2. The color green 3. Curtis Martin betrays the Patriots in 1997. 4. Rex Ryan is a *** 5. Moe Lewis's hit on Drew Bledsoe that caused the Patriots to lose Superbowl 42 and 46. 6. Jets Fans because they are more obnoxious than Browns fans throwing stuff on to the field 7. Revis Island 8. The Jets dont even play in New York, they play in New Jersey 9. The Big Tuna also turns his back on the Patriots to go coach the Jets. 10. The Jets are a bunch of snitches.
New York Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan was asked at his press conference today whether he thought QB Tim Tebow could line up at running back, seeing that both RBs Bilal Powell and Joe McKnight did not practice for a second straight day, as reported by ESPN New York.
Report: Jets will use Tebow at RB on Sunday The Jets didn't sign a running back this week because of Tim Tebow's ability to play the position, sources tell ESPN New York. Both Bilal Powell (shoulder) and Joe McKnight (ankle) are out, leaving only undrafted rookie Jonathan Grimes behind starter Shonn Greene. Beat writer Rich Cimini takes that as a "sure sign" Tebow will be involved. Look for him to top his season-high of five carries and handle the short-yardage work. The Jets are going to have to pull all the tricks out of the bag to hang with the Patriots in Foxboro.
While the story in New York has been whether Tim Tebow will take over for Mark Sanchez as the Jets' starting quarterback, their opponents Sunday, the Indianapolis Colts, quietly are going about their business with the No. 1 overall pick at the helm.Andrew Luck showed last week why the Colts (2-2) have plenty of confidence in him to guide the franchise's rebuilding effort.Luck continues to impress as a rookie. He set career bests with 31 completions, 55 attempts and 362 yards while throwing two touchdowns in a 30-27 victory against Green Bay on Sunday.Luck led a 13-play, 85-yard drive that resulted in a 4-yard touchdown pass to Reggie Wayne with 35 seconds remaining, completing a comeback from a 21-3 halftime deficit.Despite that performance, Luck told ESPN's Rachel Nichols that he knows he can't get too excited because of one big win."It takes consistent performances to win," Luck said. "Being consistent, being on it every play."
Yes, the Jets are struggling on offense. No, Tim Tebow is not the answer. In fact, you can blame New York's shortcomings on someone in the front office. Clifton Brown examines other key QB issues for Week 5.
It's coming, Jets fans. Are you ready? Jeff Darlington revisits why he believes it's not a matter of if Tim Tebow will become New York's new starting quarterback, but when. Logic need not apply.
Nfl.com » The Jets' real problem. You can talk about replacing Mark Sanchez with Tim Tebow all you want, but that only serves to distract from New York's real problem: defense. Led by the overly expressive mouths of Rex Ryan and Bart Scott , the Jets used to hit you in the mouth and then tell you just how great they were; now, they can't even tackle. They are giving up 173 yards on the ground per game, second worst in the league. They can't get any pressure on opposing quarterback without blitzing, and even then it is still questionable. So talk all you want about Tebow, but he isn't going to solve this problem. » Can't hold the ball forever, fellas. Too often, the offensive line and running back get blamed for protection issues, but the quarterback needs to take some responsibility as well. In Week 3, we saw Michael Vick get blitzed on the goal line and not get rid of the ball fast enough, resulting in a brutal hit and a long fumble return for a touchdown. In Week 4, Jake Locker was knocked out of the ...
Let the quarterback controversy winds start blowing. Jets' owner Woody Johnson may start pushing the team to play Tim Tebow over Mark Sanchez. This not-so stunning bit of news comes from Rich Cimini of ESPN New York, who reported that, "Two people who know Johnson, and know how he runs his football ...
The New York Jets with Sanchez under center have scored just ONE touchdown in their last 34 offensive possessions, and they got shut out at home on sunday and the fans of New York are NOT clamoring for Tim Tebow, and that should tell you something. New York fans know their football, and they don't let emotion take them to a false security looking for the next Joe Nameth from someone who doesn't have the skills. They pretty much know by now that Sanchez *** and they know that they don't have anyone on the bench that can do the job either. Getting Tebow was a master plan from Rex Ryan who won't be coaching the Jets for very much longer as he will soon get gassed from his position as Head Coach faster than a bystander on a New York City curb when the cab fly's by.. The Denver fans who whined about losing Tebow who is someone who can't even string three passes together are lucky to have Payton Manning who is a Professional caliber quarterback with a history of Championship wins and a Super Bowl win, one tha ...
Looks like the NFL has its latest piggybacking publicity stunt. Following in the footsteps of the Lingerie Football League which announced the firing of referees on Monday night, the Museum of Sex in New York has given Jets quarterback Tim Tebow a lifetime
Dear ESPN, I've had enough of your tireless coverage of Tim Tebow (who doesnt even really play) and everything else that is New York. Also I don't care about College Football which is more or less minor league football. Baseball is still going on as it turns out and they are about to enter the postseason, not that I would be able to tell since the coverage of the New York Giants postgame press conference seemed to take priority. Because I recognize there are more football loving zombies in this world, rather than watch and get upset, I am officially boycotting you. Your tireless broadcast and coverage of bowl games that feature under .500 teams has worn me out. Ill find my sports news elsewhere thank you. Please don't call I dont want you back Sincerely, Michael Davis
Historians and Commentator’s for politics and the NFL sound the same to me. They say and repeat the same crap over and over again almost to the point that they believe their prediction is fact. Then they analyze their own statement as if it is proof. According to the NFL channel the 49ers have already won the Super Bowl but these are the main contenders; Baltimore ravens, Chicago bears, New York Jets, eagles, saints and broncos, The best quarter backs in the league are Cam Newton,Tim Tebow,Jake Cutler,Drew Brees, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rogers, I mean come on already. Stop listening to Deon Sanders. I realize the man hates Detroit because they chose Barry over him back in 1989 BUT GET OVER IT. The man hates the lions. This is a fact. In fact only two commentator’s support Detroit and they are Michael Strahan and Steve Mariucci, the rest talk bad about us. Same crap in politics Obama has all but sealed the deal. If he wins Ohio he wins big. A Just a plain crap statement. I’m a big history and astron ...
Destined for Success Client news: NY Jets G Brandon Moore talks about Mark Sanchez's performance in New York's win over the Bills, Rex Ryan, Tim Tebow, preparing for the Steelers and more
Now here's a sampling people Peyton Manning-Tim Tebow. What if the Broncos go 8-8 this year no playoffs, but last year they were the same 8-8 team and won their division, then a opening round playoff game with Tebow. So the loser in all of this would be John Elway who lied about his beliefs in Tim Tebow then traded his *** to the Jets. Then Tebow may turn the Jets around to maybe 11 wins or so taking Mark Sanchez'es job and the JETS make a deep run at it. If this happens then the real winner would be Tim Tebow. If he's a bum how in the world did he get to play for a New York team...He can't throw but he can play the game of Football folks give him his due.
Congrats to Romo and the Dallas Cowboys for beating the Super Bowl Champions New York Giants... in New York! The main media beats up on Romo almost as much as they beat up on Tim Tebow...Jerry Jones will sleep well tonight.which will be rare for him the last year or two. Regardless the NFL Season is underway...I don't know who is going to win...but the Giants will not be a repeat!
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Ah yes it is the start of the 2012 NFL season and as most NFL fans, I for one am excited. My major WISH is that the Bears do well but ahead of that wish is the alteration of NFL topics being discussed through the media. In previous years topics covering "The Pats quest for perfection", Manning's neck, Vick's incarceration and TEBOW that went on "day after day". Please, Please, Please, remember that there are 32 teams that deserve some attention and beating a dead horse will only push fans away. There are other coaches in the NFL other than Rex Ryan and other players rather than New York's Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez.
Tebow at running back: It only took four weeks of practices, three preseason games, and one terrifyingly over-promoted birthday , but Tebowmania has gone completely off the rails in New York. The New York Post's Steve Serby wrote a column on Tuesday proposing that Tim Tebow be moved to running back full-time . Take it away: "There is no one on this horse-and-buggy offense who scares defensive coordinators, causes them sleepless nights," Serby writes. "Fullback John 'The Terminator' Connor blocking for Tebow just might do the trick. Or a Baby Bull backfield pairing Tebow with Shonn Greene . Unleash the Wildbull and give the ball to the Bible-Belter. "How do you think defensive backs would enjoy the sight of a 250-pound freight train barreling toward them when they attempt to keep Tebow out of the end zone? Tim-ber! Have you seen the guy without his shirt on?" We are interested to see how the New York Jets will use Tebow as a run-pass option quarterback in a Wildcat offense. Lining him up at running back wi ...
It was just a few weeks ago that New York radio co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton were arguing the Jets should cut Tim Tebow. CBS...
So the Denver Broncos coughed up tons of money to make Peyton Manning their starting quarterback for the 2012-13 season. So what will happen to Tim Tebow? Well, he's off to the New York Jets! They just finished up their contract and everything's settled. Sure, Tebowmania will always be connected to his season with the Denver Broncos (2011-12), but you know that New York is where big things happen. .. LET'S GO JETS! AND YAYYY FOR TIM TEBOW! BEL15VERS UNITE! (So yes, we love Tebow no matter what team he's on... and haters need to stop spewing their baseless hate speech. No one needs to hear your garbage, especially when a new, young QB - with a lot of time to get even better - brings a 1-4 team to the playoffs. Let's see YOU do that.) And let's enjoy the fact that Tim Tebow's on the Jets! J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS!
The New York Jets are arguably the best fit for Jeff Demps simply because it reunites him with Tim Tebow. Together they won a lot of games at Florida, most notably the 2009 national championship and 2010 Sugar Bowl. During the 2008-09 seasons, the Gators were 26-2 with this combo in the backfield. With Tebow's exciting improvisation and Demps' dynamic skill set, Gang Green's offense would cause some headaches to opponents. Demps boasts a quicker acceleration than virtually any slot receiver and is even better on screens and checkdowns. New York could also utilize Demps on punts as it ranked just No. 18 averaging 9.7 per return in 2011. On a more fascinating level, put Tebow in the slot or wing and Demps in the backfield with Mark Sanchez. From here, the Jets can attack any creative variety of ways from a package that only expands the playbook.
New York Jets fans, this is it for Rex Ryan! Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow remind us Philadelphia Eagles fans of when his dad Buddy was Head Coach in Philly! He switched Ron Jaworski and Randall Cunningham in and out in 1986! Rex Ryan is setting himself up to leave New York! The nut does not fall too far from tree!
Rex Ryan the Head Coach of the New York Jets is becoming a circus act. Hey Rex the QB does not run the "Wildcat", it is run by the running back or receiver! Tim Tebow runs the spread offense! Spread option! Rex says that the Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis called him and asked Rex not to run the "Wildcat"! Hey Jets fans when will you have enough of REX!! He is just like his dad BUDDY! In PHILLY, finally enough was enough. The New York Jets are becoming a complete side show and comedy act! This team has no number one receiver. Will this be Rex's last year in New York if Jets don't win this year?
Devout Christian quarterback Tim Tebow appears to have taken the biblical axiom "turn the other cheek" (Matthew 5:38, 39) to a new level after former Jets player and current football analyst Boomer Esiason said the New York team should cut him.
New York's famous Carnegie Deli honored Tim Tebow's move to the Jets by naming a sandwich after him. The Tim Tebow sandwich. Pretty amazing. Two pieces of fish, five pieces of bread, feeds 5,000 people.
Tim Tebow should definitely start in New York. The guy ahead of him on the depth chart is garbage. I mean, come on... Shonn Greene? Really?
Breaking: Rangers just traded Mike Napoli to New York for Tim Tebow.
New York Post NFL columnist Steve Serby joined the Tim Brando Show to discuss New York Jets training camp, their acquisition of Tim Tebow as well as if there is a quarterback controversy in New York.
Yep I know it's football season now we are already talking about Tim Tebow in New York, when the most celebrated quarterback in New York is Eli Manning that dude has only beat Tom Brady twice in the Super Bowl. Tebow is a nice story, but I thought sports was about rings and championships. Let's put it all in perspective the same Patriots Eli's (Giants) beat, basically beat down Tebow's (Broncos) in one half of football.
Charles Barkley says Jeremy Lin will have more success in Houston than Tim Tebow will in New York
Ichiro Suzuki is heading to New York *golf clap* Tim Tebow now has the 4th best arm in NYC behind Eli, Sanchez, and Ichiro
Don Banks: 10 hottest NFL training camp questions: Peyton Manning is in Denver. Tim Tebow is in New York. Sean P...
As Gang Green gets set to go to Cortlandt for training, Jets Head Coach Rex Ryan stops by the NBC 4 New York studios to talk with Bruce Beck about the upcoming season, and his confidence in Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez.
Interesting day for New York sports fans: The Yankees activated pitcher CC Sabathia from the DL. He pitched 6 innings, gave up 4 hits, 0 runs, 1 walk, 6 strikeouts and got his 10th win of the year. The Jets are talking about using a two-quarterback system with Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow. The Nets resigned Forward Kris Humphries and the Knicks are letting Guard Jeremy Lin go from the Big Apple to the Lone Star State to join the Rockets.
The last time they came to this college town in upstate New York, the Jets brought “Hard Knocks.” This time, the city of 49,363 is readying for Gang Green and the latest showstopper: Tebowmania.
5th Cowboys vs Giants Just saved it on my Notes App. I am hyped for this Football season to start already! Payton Manning is back in a Denver uniform and I wonder how Tim Tebow is goin to do in New York! Then my Cowboys picking up Claiborne...hel yea I am hyped.
Kevin Brueck Fan Page! BOBJENZ Who do you think has the power of 2 of Tom Brady and 2 of Tim Tebow? Kate Upton that's who! By her just representing her love for the Detroit Tigers, Boston and New York have no chance!
Now that he is in New York, maybe Jason Kidd can teach Tim Tebow how to pass the ball. -Skip Bayless
Shaquille O'Neal doesn’t impress easily, nor would you expect retired NBA legend to. But like the New York media, Shaq has fallen in love with Tim Tebow, and he predicted massive success for Gang Green.
Tim Tebow was kicked to the curb from Denver for Peyton Manning; could the same happen to Jeremy Lin in New York with Steve Nash?
"The Knicks Jeremy Lin to Jets QB Tim Tebow, & now RA Dickey has taken New York by storm in the last year" -ESPN New York's Adam Rubin
Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith debate New York's trade for Tim Tebow.
New York quarterback Tim Tebow will speak at a Father's Day sermon at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego tomorrow morning.
Coming up today at 4 on Sports Talk WWL am/fm and wwl.com Who are the most over-rated players in the NFL? Uh can you say Tim Tebow? Oh wait New York has two.Mark Sanchez. How does that make you feel if you are a Jets fan..your starter and your back up are two of the most over-hyped players in the league! What about Tony Romo?
First Take: Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss Peyton Manning's first workout with the Broncos and Tim Tebow in New York. Watch more videos like this ...
Aside from an expected forthcoming new album from his band Bon Jovi, does Jon Bon Jovi have another career venture ahead of him? Bon Jovi and the New York Jets' Tim Tebow are seen lunching in New York on May 27
This weekend was awesome in New York. we walked on a movie shoot, super restaurant, walk in the central park, museum, used taxi, subway and boat taxi .Saturday.. on a broadway show tonight ( Rock of Ages 9.5/10) and we were sitting in the same aisle is Hayden Panettiere and Tim Tebow... what a surprise.. The best is i did recognize her when she passed me in the lobby but i could not beleive she was here in new-york at the same place as me. The theatre holds max 400 peoples. best trip so far, expensive but awesome..
Here's some food for thought: Tim Tebow has unmatched passion — even in the cafeteria. At least that's what Darrelle Revis thinks.
Enough of Tim Tebow already! Darrell Revis told New York press he could see Tim Tebows leadership skills work at the lunch table and they were really impressive. Really Darrell what'd he due cut the crust of your PBJ for you? Trade you his tapioca pudding for your peas? Or did he get up and go to the kiddie table so you could have a seat with the grown ups.
The media has certainly embraced Tebowmania in New York, but lineback Bart Scott is accepting Tim Tebow into his life in unique fashion, asking for a baptism from the Jets Free Agent quarterback.
The early returns on Tim Tebow out of New York are positive, with Jets aide Matt Cavanaugh raving over the QBs arm strength and mechanics. So what does this mean for Mark Sanchez?
"In an interview session that lasted just a few minutes after the New York Jets’ voluntary workout in Florham Park, NJ, Tim Tebow said “great” 23 times and revealed that his dog, once named Bronco, has been renamed Bronx, after one of the Big Apple's five boroughs." (Love that Tim Tebow! Thankful that no one counts the number of times I say a word and that I don't have a confused dog who is re-learning his name!)
View the photo New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow arrives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit in New York on Yahoo! Sports Canada. Find more photos in our photo galleries.
The Meck Report: Jets' Tim Tebow attends the Met Gala in New York -...
Tony Sparano, speaking to reporters Thursday for the first time since he was hired, said he was completely on board with the Tim Tebow trade.
New York Jets' Tony Sparano says Tim Tebow's improvement as QB from 2010 Senior Bowl is 'eye opening'
Finally, a story about a New York Jets quarterback that isn't Tim Tebow or Mark Sanchez! What a relief. ASSOCIATED PRESS: "Brett Favre will have to testify in court about sexually suggestive text messages." Oh, sorry. The retired quarterback will … Continue reading →
New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie just had his 10th child with eight different women. It’s safe to say that Tim Tebow will have trouble relating to one new teammate.
It turns out Tim Tebow isn't the only Jets player with work to do to get some love from New York fans. Not long after Tebow was booed at a Yankees game, Mark Sanchez and Santonio Holmes sparked a similar reaction among New York sports fans when they attended Wednesday night's Knicks-Clippers game.
Tim Tebow has been traded to the New York Jets by the Denver Broncos. The news comes just one day after Peyton Manning signed with the Denv...
This gotta be the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard in my life. Ashley Madison.com is offering a $1,000,000 reward for anyone who can take Tim Tebow's virginity. As if playing in new york isn't hard enough.
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Tim Tebow speaks to Robin Roberts on Good Morning America about playing in New York, the fans and being a role model.
Tim Tebow didn't come to New York to be Jazzy Jeff. He's the Fresh Prince. This city isn't big enough 4 Samchez/Tebow.
Yankee Stadium crowd boos Tim Tebow & Dwyane Wade when shown on video board »
New York's a tough town. Just ask new Jets quarterback Tim Tebow. The backup Q-B was booed at Yankee Stadium last night, during the game with the Los Angeles Angles. He was shown on the giant video screen wearing a Yankess cap. But the former Denver Broncos sensation got his share of Bronx cheers in the Bronx. Scott Thackrey
The Bronx, NY – Welcome to New York, Tim Tebow! The New York Jets backup quarterback was greeted with a round of boos at the New Yankee Stadium where he attended a game with Miami Heat star Dwayne Wade.  Wade was also booed initially but the boos turned to cheers when he raised up his Yankees cap. T...
New York Jets’ quarterback Tim Tebow and Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade were spotted at tonight’s Yankees/Angels game that is being aired on ESPN. It was
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas said it irked some of his teammates that Tim Tebow got much of the credit for the Broncos' run to the playoffs. So he's glad that Tebow is now in New York.
I heard something very disturbing this morning, During a last second question from Scott Johnson with WJXT to Tim Tebow, Tim are you going to be a Christian witness in New York?? he said..."I just want to be a good role model" I was very disappointed in his answer! =( Things that make you go Hmm..
Attending opening day at Yankee Stadium, two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Ben Roethlisberger spoke to Bruce Beck about what Tim Tebow's arrival in New York means for incumbent Mark Sanchez.
Attn all MTV, VH1, E!, TLC, TruTV, Bravo and other crap-peddling TV executives: I've an awesome new idea for a reality show! It's called "The New Odd Couple". It stars Tim Tebow and Ozzy Osbourne living in *** s Kitchen in a studio apartment above a bathhouse/headshop. Watch the hilarity ensue as Timmy battles Satan, the brutal New York media, and his critics, while Ozzy battles coherency and his shoelaces. Interested? Message me. This is SOLID GOLD people!
A central Texas church spokeswoman says New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is set to speak to an expected 20,000 people on Easter Sunday. Tebow is scheduled to address the Celebration Church in Georgetown, north of Austin.
Jets may be in mix for HBO's "Hard Knocks": Fasten your seat belts, coach Rex Ryan, Tim Tebow and the New York J...
I will be a Tim Tebow fan forever! Thank you for all the Denver Bronco memories Tim. Good Luck in New York!
Archbishop of New York welcomes Tim Tebow to Jets: Timothy Dolan says he has high respect for Tebow's "unabashed...
Did you hear that Tim Tebow was seen in a trendy New York night spot with Kim Kardasian! April Fool!!! Or maybe not!
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Calling him a "class act", Cardinal Dolan welcomes Tim Tebow to New York
C&R w/ on Bill Parcells with the Saints, Payton's suspension, & the impact for Tim Tebow in New York:
How long will it take into these two powerhouses to actually meet? Cardinal Dolan welcomes Tim Tebow to New York
Breaking down the Tebow presser - Mike Florio recaps the press conference introducing Tim Tebow as a New York J...
Former Michigan State Spartan and ex-Lions QB Drew Stanton wants out of New York w/ Tim Tebow on the way:
Report: Drew Stanton wants out of New York: The soap opera never ends in New York. With Tim Tebow finally a mem...
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