For those that were hoping for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, or Bon Jovi…or even Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, we have some bad news for you: it looks like the NFL has picked an act for Super Bowl XLVIII at New York/New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, and it is not any of the above.
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The Jets had finally found out who their quarterback was.
After a long, drawn out competition throughout training camp and the preseason, Geno Smith had finally fallen behind Mark Sanchez Saturday night against the Giants, letting the incumbent maintain control of the Jets job for now.
And then Rex Ryan threw everything into flux, including, quite possibly, his job. Continue reading
In a summer full of questions for the Jets (Sanchez! Geno! Sanchez! Geno!), Gang Green answered one today, albeit, one which takes place off the field.
Yes, we have long wondered how the Jets would replace the beleaguered “super-fan” Fireman Ed, after his dethroning at the end of the 2012 season.
For this, the Jets have a plan. Continue reading
On March 21, 2012, The Jets traded for Tim Tebow.
On December 27, 2012, the Jets finalized the last days of Tebow in New York by declining once again to start him – even after the injury to current starter, Greg McElroy – in favor of embattled former starter, Mark Sanchez.
There will be a lot of articles talking about what a failure this was for the Jets, but let’s look at the Jets mindset on that day in March.
Here, in order, are some of the reasons the Jets traded for Tim Tebow.