By David Levy-Fan Experience Reporter-Football Reporters Online/Radio Panelist-The JETS ZONE
Last week the New York Jets made moves to bring Tim Tebow to the New York Jets from the Denver Broncos. Many have speculated as to how Tim Tebow would be used. Considering the contract extension to Mark Sanchez, how would this trade impact his starting status? Was this a move to mix things up and have more of an on field presence? Or was Damien Woody right in stating this was a move to help the Jets sell season tickets and PSL’s?
We as fans, the media, and the alternative media can speculate all we want. Only the Jets know for sure how Tebow is to be used. But unlike others, I have no comment on this trade. Once Tim Tebow gets into training camp, the pre season, and the regular season, then I will make my decision. If a player has yet to step foot on a field for a team, how can one make a true assessment of how that player’s abilities? Sure he did well in Florida and Denver, but he has yet to play for New York.
Everyone was excited about Brett Favre coming to the Jets. But all that hype and play ended in a 9-7 season. So all we can do is wait and see how Tebow settles into his position as the Jets back up QB and see what his on field performance is like.
I took a little time to give more details on my opinions of Tim Tebow being traded to the Jets and recorded them for all to see: