Why The Tim Tebow Experiment is Bound to Fail for the New York Jets

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Mar 26; Florham Park, NJ, USA; Newly acquired New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow addresses the media at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

With workouts beginning for the New York Jets, the draft is over, we begin to start feeling the new season coming. Rex is back in front of a mic, there is activity in Florham Park, NJ. There is a buzz around football once again. You can’t talk about the new Jets season without mentioning the guy to the right, Tim Tebow. He is excited to be here. I think he made that clear, don’t you?

Now, forgetting about Tebowmania, and talking strictly about the on the field performace, tonight I want to talk about Tebow. Specifically, why this experiment is bound to fail.

We’ve talked before about the theory that Tim Tebow was brought here to eventually become the starter, that’s not the point here. Let’s take the Jets at their word, that Mark Sanchez is the starter. If that is the case, and Mike and Rex have said that it is, bringing this type of player to the Jets is a big problem.

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