The New York Jets find themselves in yet another quandary with undisclosed players making comments about their teammates that went public. The latest surround Tim Tebow and speak about how he has hurt the team and how he is a terrible quarterback. True or not, it speaks volumes in terms of the problems with this team. Unfortunately, or more surprisingly, although this has happened before the coach Rex Ryan seems to be exempt from having control over the team. He can have episodes like this occur, but somehow not be on the hot seat.
It is amazing how this can even be a topic as Tebow has been such a non-factor. He participates in a minimal amount of plays and they are plays that are not really designed to do too much. Tebow has been anything but the issue in New York and if utilized more could probably only help the team. The guy has proven to be a winner. Sure, he did it unconventionally but it worked. It seems that he is the only guy that can get W’s ugly and people have a problem with it.
Meanwhile, no one is saying how terrible Sanchez is? If he is not terrible then what is he? He is the guy that plays most all the snaps for you right? Sanchez has been a thorn in the team’s side and has done little to produce wins. If you want to find blame then perhaps the teammates finding blame should look themselves in the mirror when they ask the question of who is at fault. This is especially true of those who made these public comments.