Monday, March 26, 2012

Tebow Saga Not Over; NFL Draft to Provide More Drama

Tim Tebow playing for the New York Jets this upcoming NFL season is not a sure thing.  There is a lot of time between now and the start of the season for things to transpire.

There just seems like too much of a possibility for some kind of change to happen.

This whole ordeal is so controversial that the Jets are likely to look for a way to get rid of the negative feedback they are receiving from fans and pundits around the country.

A deal would most likely get done at draft time.  Surely, they'd be able to get pretty much the same thing as they just gave up to get him, draft picks and cash.

The Jets will not be able to temper the tremendous outpouring of media ripping its team and making doubters out of their coaching staff and out of their starting quarterback.  It won't end.

Two of the most significant pundits to call this crazy are noted pundit Stephen A. Smith and the Jets' biggest legend, Joe Namath.

Eventually, it will click with them that trading Tebow is the only solution for getting back to normalcy.

This is a team that has been to two out of the last three AFC Championship games.  They don't need drastic, wholesale changes.  That's what Tebow is.  He is complete change, even as a back-up quarterback.

His message, the way he plays and his results can only be seen as one thing by football fans, Tebow mania.  His sheer presence creates a firestorm of passion.

It's impossible to ignore that even before the season starts, most fans will be clamoring for him to start over Sanchez.

The Jets will come to their senses and use the NFL Draft 2012 to get everything copacetic, so for all those Tebow fans who want to see him starting this year, there's still time.

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