Skip Bayless is preaching to the congregation and helping to announce the arrival of Tim Tebow. If Bayless could call Terrell Owens “Team Obliterator” than I can label Tebow as “Team Takeover.”
A team like the Jets is full of high personality and, if Tebow takes all the spotlight, the team will change. He is already receiving the majority of the media and dragging down team morale. I have prayed for Rex Ryan to screw up his franchise QB and I am watching my miracle be performed in front of my eyes. Two AFC championship games, more game winning drives and fourth quarter comebacks than Tebow, and, most importantly, modesty. Sanchez is a QB who will play hard and let others have the spotlight. He is a real QB and now he has to look over his shoulder at Tim Tebow. Hurting the fragile psyche of a QB constantly being intimidated by his head coach.
Tebow is the joke of the NFL. The only thing any one can say about him is he wins, but he has been figured out. Forget the 7-4 record, he is 1-4 in his last five games. Sanchez has to worry about his job going to the punt protector, while Brady just needs to win. Even though everyone says QB’s should be worried about the backup taking their job, believe me, Brady is not worried.
So thank you Lord. Thank you for the bounty I have received. An improved Patriots defense will have little to worry about against their biggest rival. So not only are the Pats guaranteed two victories, but the Jets will not even contend for a playoff spot. The Jets potential franchise QB will have doubts weather New York is the place for him for the rest of his career, while the Pats will continue their domination.
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Written by Adam Sharp
I have always loved The Pats and I have always loved writing.