The New York Jets Reveal Tim Tebow at the Goal Line

8/2/12 in NFL   |   Jnewman482   |   135 respect

You could try to make the argument that Sanchez might not care since some players are so competitive that it doesn’t matter to them who finishes the job as long as the team wins. But the Catch 22 is that if the player were so competitive then he/she would never settle for having another player in the game when a chance to put points on the board is on the line.

If Tebow dominates the ball by the end zone and is successful, then Rex might not ever see a reason for Sanchez to enter the huddle once the Jets reach the five-yard line and that’s when the controversy might heat up.

You know the discussion of who should be the starting quarterback of the Jets is going to dominate the headlines at some point during the season, but if Tebow is living in the end zone and Sanchez has a bad game or two, then Tebow fans will demand for change.

At that point, if Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless are arguing every day about who should be the starting quarterback, then Sanchez’s confidence will likely start to decline and that will probably end up negatively impacting his play.

That could play right into Tebow’s hands and he could end up with the starting job. If that happens, if you’re a Jets fan, hopefully it won’t matter that he had the worst accuracy in the league last year. He would have one of the top rushing offenses and defenses in the league and hopefully that would be enough for him to lead the Jets back to the playoffs.

There are a lot of “ifs” with the New York Jets right, but one thing is certain. You don’t want to be the person in your fantasy league who drafts Mark Sanchez.
 
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