Despite being 2-2, the New York Jets are in shambles after a 34-0 home loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Cornerback Darrelle Revis is possibly out for the year with a torn ACL.
Sorry folks. If his team gets shutout, no Tebowing for you. Instead, you get a white canvas with green paint on it. You know how NBA fans get an Egg McMuffin or something if their team scores over 100 points at home? Well, this is the inverse.
Another week and more useless dribble from the Tim Tebow era in New York. After just touching the ball once during Pittsburgh’s blowout win over the Jets, it didn’t get a lot better yesterday in Miami during New York’s 23-20 victory.
The glow of a 23-20 overtime win for the New York Jets dimmed quickly upon finding out star cornerback Darrelle Revis will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL.
The New York Jets became the first team since the 1977 Atlanta Falcons not to score a touchdown through three preseason games. Not to worry though Jets fans.
Jim Cantore of The Weather Channel did not let Hurricane Isaac stop him from Tebowing yesterday. While the hurricane wreaked havoc in New Orleans during Cantore’s report, he remarked “for whatever it’s worth, I hope I’m making Tebow proud.” Ridiculous.
Tim Tebow turns 25 today. A couple of weeks ago, I spent 1,772 words extolling the virtues of then-birthday boy Tom Brady; alas, typing more than a sentence of Timothy’s birthday seemed pointless.
Former Jets quarterback and New York’s resident speaker of truth Boomer Esiason stated that the Jets needed to cut quarterback/messiah/running back/gunner/H-Back Tim Tebow.
New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie has little regard for most defensive coaches around the NFL including Patriots headmaster Bill Belichick.
Once Tom Brady’s desperation heave fell short in Super Bowl XLVI, the New York Giants strengthened their stranglehold on football in the Big Apple by claiming its second Vince Lombardi Trophy in the last five seasons. Conversely, the Jets dipped their collective toes back into the pool of […]