Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Jets Won't Win With Two Offenses
Rex Ryan and his New York Jets are fully confident that they can be a successful offense with two quarterbacks, and two offenses. They believe that they can incorporate newly acquired Tim Tebow successfully into a "wildcat" ground and pound offense. The Jets have added to their list of issues by adding Tebow. There is no doubt that there will be quarterback controversy during camp in August between Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez. Tebow will work his behind off to take the starting position from Sanchez, and don't let Tebows words make you think otherwise. Sanchez has been put in a position he is not used to. He has another quarterback on his team who can take his starting job. Although Tebow does have a poor completion percentage, and throws more than half of his balls into the feet of his receivers, Tebow is a winner, and that is what New York wants. Now when it comes to the starting quarterback position, Sanchez will have all of the pressure on his shoulders. It has been said that Tebow has a tremendous fan base, and they want to see him play. By the time the preseason is over and the regular season is set to begin, we could see number 15 taking more snaps than number 6. Sanchez is a good quarterback who needs to show he is the one to lead this team, and that they don't need to bring in Tebow to run a wildcat offense that was abandoned by creator Tony Sparano in Miami. If Rex Ryan has any control over his team, Sanchez will be the starting quarterback at the start of the regular season, and the Jets also need to address their issues on the offensive line.