New offensive coordinator Tony Sparano put the kibosh Sunday on New York’s leaky line equaling more Tebow time.
It’s been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. That may have been the case at Bengals training camp this week. Or maybe not.
The Bengals know they’ll probably see plenty of Tim Tebow in Cincinnati — which was actually the site of his first NFL game: Denver’s preseason opener in 2010.
Tim Tebow is ready to play, and so are the rest of those chippy Jets.
Hall of Fame defensive end Howie Long has plenty of good things to say about Tim Tebow. But he’s not sure the Jets backup quarterback’s positives are enough to outweigh all that comes with Tebow-mania.
One team, two quarterbacks. Santonio Holmes thinks that’s a no-go.
Tim Tebow is a bigger player now than ever before. And, it’s not just from being in the New York spotlight.
Rex Ryan doesn’t think the MetLife Stadium crowd will be booing Mark Sanchez Sunday. At least, not before the game.