The Stingy, Insane Jets, Who Might Be Keeping Tebow On The Bench Because They Can't Afford The Incentives In His Contract
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Nov 17, 2012
A post titled, "Is 2013's Salary Cap Driving the Jets 2012 Decisions?" on NY Jets Cap builds the case that the Jets are holding down the number of Tebow's snaps purely so that incentives in his contract don't kick in, and that they've done the same with other players. Every time the Jets play, it makes less sense to talk about Tim Tebow. Now is the time for the last-place Jets, losers of three straight, dropping them to 3-6, to let Tebow show if he can play. Mark Sanchez looks less like the quarterback who will ever end the Super Bowl drought and more like a quarterback who has cracked under the pressure of his bosses bringing in the most popular player in the NFL to back him up.ST.
If NY Jets teammates think Tim Tebow is so ‘terrible,’ let the quarterback prove it
It was a bad idea back in March when the Jets traded for Tim Tebow and it looks even worse in November, especially following the events of last week when teammates and members of the organization trashed him.