Woody Johnson May Force Rex Ryan To Start Tebow

Posted on Oct 3 2012 - 11:39am by glenn erby

ESPN New York is reporting that Jets owner Woody Johnson may force Rex Ryan to start Tim Tebow over Mark Sanchez.

As we previously wrote, Jets head coach Rex Ryan had already established that Mark Sanchez was his answer and would continue at starting at quarterback.

Reports coming out of New York are that Johnson will start to flex his muscle when it comes to how Tebow will be used from here on out.

We are all aware that Tebow is good for any business, and Johnson has already gone on record as saying “You can never have to much Tebow.”

Sachez response to that was one knowing his owner wants to “sell tickets.”

Tebow is frustrated, Sanchez is a mental wreck, Rex is flabbergasted, and Johnson wants Romney to win the election.

Reports are that Woody Johnson gets sensitive when people insinuate he traded for Tim Tebow just to grab headlines.

So I’m sure Johnson doesn’t think bullying his head coach into a quarterback switch won’t headlines right.

 

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  1. robdeval October 3, 2012 at 1:52 pm -

    Tebow isn’t going to make this offense work. Ryan and Woody should have at least tried to do something in the draft. Somewhere, Bill Belichick is laughing at the Jets debacle!