Woody Johnson:”Mark Sanchez is our Starting Quarterback. Period”

Jets owner Woody Johnson says Mark Sanchez is the QB. Who is he kidding? Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Woody Johnson talks below about Tebow, Tebowmania, and the quarterback position. Take a look, courtesy of Manish Mehta of the NY Daily News, and I will comment on the other side.

Let’s see, who the heck is Woody Johnson kidding? Mark Sanchez is the starting quarterback, period? Come on now! If that was the case, you wouldn’t bring in a backup quarterback that you are GUARANTEEING SNAPS TO. You wouldn’t bring in the backup quarterback that might be the most popular athlete in the world right now. If they had confidence in Mark, they would have left Drew Stanton in the position of backup quarterback.

Woody also talked about how you can’t take your starters out quickly. Now that flies in the face of what the general manager said when he talked about that they would go to Tebow if they have a few three and outs in a row. Wait a minute, who led the league in three and outs last year? Tim Tebow! You bring this guy in, but Mark is entrenched as the starter? Who are we kidding folks? Not a Jets fan that is paying attention! The team is divided, and you have lost confidence in Mark Sanchez. Anyone with their eyes open knows that this is not in dispute.

Then he talks about how he doesn’t think Tebowmania is crazy? What?! He must, considering there was Tebow merchandise available for purchase within 24 hours of the trade.

Stop trying to pull the wool of our eyes, Woody Johnson, and everyone else. It’s insulting, and it’s not working.

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Topics: Alan Schechter, Mark Sanchez, NY Jets, Ny Jets Trade, Starting Quarterback, Tebowmania, Tim Tebow, Woody Johnson

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