The New York Jets released quarterback Tim Tebow on Monday (April 29). Some folks believe that Tebow was not treated properly by the Jets. I would have to agree.
A few people believe that the Jets should have released him before the draft so that he would have a better chance to be picked up by another team. It seemed (from afar) as though Jets coach Rex Ryan, for some reason, wanted to stick a knife in Tebow’s back and twist it.
Ryan told ESPN Radio, “We really didn’t take advantage, in my opinion, of his skill set. That’s nobody’s fault, ultimately it’s my fault.”
No kidding. Tebow played in 12 games for the Jets in 2012. He threw just eight passes and completed six for 39 yards. He carried the ball 32 times for 102 yards. The Jets had a terrible season finishing 6-10. The whole Jets 2012 season can be put into two words: Butt tackle. Continue reading