The New York Jets sure got their money’s worth out of Tim Tebow this season. NOT…the team has instead made another crucially terrible decision that will cost the team more then just money. It will also cost the team and players to question the leadership of this team, which starts at the quarterback position. It is clear that Mark Sanchez is all but done in New York. This probably was sealed when the team acquired Sanchez, which seamed to crush the quarterbacks attitude along with any confidence he did have. The leadership question then transfers to above and the coach Rex Ryan.
Last week, Tebow decided to talk to the man himself after he was not given the chance to start when Ryan decided to sit Sanchez. Instead, Coach Ryan started McIlroy who did nothing to give the team a spark as they lost 27-17 at home against the Chargers. Tebow reportedly was upset about this and talked to Ryan about it. Personally, I too do not understand why he would not get the start.
Given how much they paid to get Tebow, and his record last season as a starter, he should have gotten the chance. They always say that as a quarterback it is all about wins and losses. If that is true, then Tebow has proven he should get to be out there. He does not do it pretty or blow you away with his numbers, but in the end he can get the wins. Let's also be honest…Sanchez never blew the roof off the place either. In the end, it is the Jets who will have to ask and answer all these questions.