NEW YORK (AP) — The quarterback hierarchy has been clearly set by the New York Jets.
Mark Sanchez is No. 1.
Tim Tebow is No. 2.
Rex Ryan has said it over and over, and so has general manager Mike Tannenbaum. They insist Sanchez is the undisputed starting quarterback, with Tebow serving as an intriguing backup with a significant role in the offense.
But what the Jets did in acquiring the popular and electrifying Tebow from Denver is add the potential for a really messy situation. Sure, things will be fine when Sanchez, who’s expected to show significant progress this season, has his good moments. But whenever he struggles and Tebow comes in and gets the offense moving, the inevitable question will be: Are the Jets better with Tebow in there all the time?
Are the Jets better off with Tebow as no. 1? Let us know…
(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.)