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    Anon Players choose Mark..Call Tebow terrible

    Of his preference for keeping Sanchez in the starter's role, one player, speaking anonymously, told ESPNNewYork.com: "There's no other viable option."


    A Jets official told the newspaper that the options Sanchez has to throw to in the passing game is "garbage," a big factor in the quarterback's poor statistics


    "I've seen better receiving corps in college than we have on our team," another Jets source told the newspaper.


    "He's a winner," one team source told the newspaper. "If he stays on the field long enough, usually good things happen."


    OUCH....So much for unity. This team is going down hill fast.





    http://espn.go.com/newyork/conversat...ed-report-says
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    Wow, I can't say it was Holmes this time causing problems. This team is a bunch of thugs we are going no where right now with Sanchez under center.

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    Horrible.. Crappy teammates have no balls.. Put your name next to those statements.. Rex might be losing control of that locker room again..


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    Quote Originally Posted by caņamin View Post
    Horrible.. Crappy teammates have no balls.. Put your name next to those statements.. Rex might be losing control of that locker room again..
    Might? Rex has lost it, 2 years in a row of the same crap


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    Quote Originally Posted by VillaMaravilla View Post
    Might? Rex has lost it, 2 years in a row of the same crap
    Totally different situation. Last year the team was fractured and fighting amongst themselves.

    This year, there it's 52 vs. 1. Woody did this, and something has got to give.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Magoo View Post
    Totally different situation. Last year the team was fractured and fighting amongst themselves.

    This year, there it's 52 vs. 1. Woody did this, and something has got to give.
    Magoo I dont think its 52 vs 1, im sure their a lot of Jets that want Tebow in I doubt Its the entire team against Tim


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    Quote Originally Posted by VillaMaravilla View Post
    Magoo I dont think its 52 vs 1, im sure their a lot of Jets that want Tebow in I doubt Its the entire team against Tim
    I doubt this very much. There is nothing to support this. I think Mehta's a weasel to create stories without names - he didn't say the usual disclaimer that the person making the comment asked to be anonymous. That is standard journalism practice. I have to question the entire circumstances of how this article was generated.

    I have little doubt that Woody (Wood-dick) is the main culprit for, not only the "Tebow Affair," but for the entire culture of the organization. Headlines and Attention.

    Let's not forget the truth - that Tim Tebow - as a NFL QB - is a JOKE!

    It's too bad several players, and "jets organization people" were stupid enough to throw this out there, but - it's not like it's some big secret. The fact that @ 3-6, and sinking fast, REX doesn't even consider Tebow as a possibility to start @ QB. The players aren't idiots - they see this as well.

    Sure - Tim Tebow is a good young man - AND WOODY achieved his purpose - the SB Champion Giants were not getting "the back page" this summer - his Jets were. I think he is the worst owner in the league, and has no idea how to run a successful NFL Franchise. This is more worrisome to me than all our Jets weaknesses on the field because when it's all said and done - it is the organization's philosophy that determines long term success, and long-term failure.

    CRAP - after Steven A. Smith rips the players, coaches, everybody, but after hearing Larry Hardesy, Colin Cowherd - he saying - we can't blame the players, and then he says, but their still scumbags, but it's religious zealots in the fan base that are to blame for Tebow's popularity, and him being here - what a loser!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Magoo View Post
    Totally different situation. Last year the team was fractured and fighting amongst themselves.

    This year, there it's 52 vs. 1. Woody did this, and something has got to give.
    52 vs 1? yeah right.. Did you miss-remember the "jets official" calling the wr's garbage?

    Think Kerley and Keller agree with that assessment?

    I think you are getting confused with the point the Jets were trying to keep everything in house and show the world they are together.

    Its smoke and mirrors my friend .....nothing but smoke and mirrors.

    Woody also has the back page...Woody Tanny and Rex are prob doing the river dance celebrating another newspaper victory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLantern View Post
    52 vs 1? yeah right.. Did you miss-remember the "jets official" calling the wr's garbage?

    Think Kerley and Keller agree with that assessment?

    I think you are getting confused with the point the Jets were trying to keep everything in house and show the world they are together.

    Its smoke and mirrors my friend .....nothing but smoke and mirrors.

    Woody also has the back page...Woody Tanny and Rex are prob doing the river dance celebrating another newspaper victory.
    The person didn't call individual WR's garbage. The WR corp as a whole is garbage. Kerley and Keller don't change that fact. You can't throw to just one WR and one TE, and think you can succeed.

    I do think Kerley and Keller might agree with the assessment. I doubt Shillens, Hill, Gates, and the other no-names would agree, but then again stats don't lie.


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    Wow! Just wow! This team is an utter joke right now. No leadership, no stability, no identity on offense...what a disaster. As much as I've defended the Rex/Sanchez era, I'm quickly losing reasons to do so any longer. This team needs a makeover from top to bottom. I would keep Tanny because he is capable of making good moves and good picks, but if this team finished out 4-12, 5-11...Rex might be canned. There is no accountability on this team and there is no direction. I have tix to the game on Thanksgiving...why even waste my time on a holiday watching them run an abysmal gameplan?

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    and the embarrassing downhill spiral begins...

    i hate anonymous comments...either put your name on it or shut the f*&k up.

    if rex doesnt step in and right the ship, he needs to sink with it, permanently.

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    Apparently it was Slauson


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    Quote Originally Posted by AYozzy View Post
    Apparently it was Slauson
    Says 12 players.....Slauson was the only one not Anon.


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    No kidding this is bad....Looks like whatever Rex says we should believe its the opposite.


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    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...icle-1.1201722

    Tebowmania may have captivated the NFL last season, but Tim Tebow’s new team doesn’t believe that he’s a savior.

    More than a dozen Jets players and members of the organization painted a sobering picture of the player who rallied the Broncos to the playoffs last season. In their eyes, he’s simply not very good.

    The prevailing thought in the organization is that Tebow is nothing more than a gimmick.

    “He’s terrible,” a defensive starter told the Daily News.

    Although Tebow told The News last month that he has made improvements as a quarterback over the past few months, none of the people in the organization who spoke to The News shared that sentiment.

    Both offensive and defensive players admitted that they hadn’t noticed any appreciable improvement in Tebow’s quarterback skills in practice since he was traded to the Jets in March. Tebow has been a poor practice player throughout his career. His current teammates echoed sentiments from Denver Broncos players a year ago about the lefthanded signal caller’s poor practice performance.

    The 3-6 Jets’ dwindling playoff chances haven’t changed this mind-set in the locker room: Tebow isn’t a panacea.

    Despite Mark Sanchez’s league-low 52% completion rate and league-high four red-zone interceptions, the players believe he should remain the starter over Tebow, who has accounted for only 132 total yards and averaged seven offensive snaps per game. Rex Ryan has backed Sanchez without publicly guaranteeing that he will be the starting quarterback for the rest of the season.

    Left guard Matt Slauson, who has repeatedly supported Sanchez, made it clear that the fourth-year signal caller is the Jets’ best quarterback.

    “It’s not even close,” Slauson said. “All the other quarterbacks know it. I have all the confidence in Mark. We don’t really have a choice.”


    When asked about the team’s two other quarterbacks on the depth chart as possible alternatives — Tebow and Greg McElroy — Slauson clarified that the Jets really have only one other quarterback.

    “We have Greg . . . and we have an athlete,” Slauson said.

    But could the Jets win with Tebow as the No. 1 quarterback?

    “Do I have to answer that question?” a veteran starter said, shaking his head.

    To most of the people in the organization, Tebow is nothing more than a specialty player who doesn’t have the requisite skills to be a true quarterback in the league. “We don’t look at him as a quarterback,” another starter said. “He’s the Wildcat guy.”

    The designation dismisses Tebow’s success in Denver last season. Despite Tebow’s magic from a year ago, the Jets still view Sanchez as a much better option and have no immediate plans to bench him, according to sources. None of the members of the organization interviewed by The News believed that a zone-read offense tailored to Tebow’s strengths can help the Jets reverse their fortunes.

    “Hell, no!” another starter said. “You got to keep defenses honest. You just can’t line up in the Wildcat all the time. That won’t work.”

    Tebow’s legs provide a tempting alternative for the Jets’ slumping offense. “That’s the real threat he brings,” defensive lineman Mike DeVito said.

    “He’s a winner,” said a Jets source, who made it clear that even though he wanted Tebow to get more playing time, Sanchez should remain the starter. “If he stays on the field long enough, usually good things happen.”

    But most members of the Jets don’t believe that what they saw from Tebow last season is sustainable. “We can’t win running that sh--,” one player said.

    They think Tebow’s heroics in Denver were a mirage.

    “Now we’re depending on miracles?” a member of the organization said. “You can’t play that way.”

    However, Sanchez’s poor play raises legitimate questions about whether a change — if only temporary — is in order for a team that has lost nine of the last 12 games dating back to last season.

    The decision-makers don’t think that’s the right course of action. “It would take extreme poor play. . . . like a five-interception game,” said a prominent member of the organization. “Something where it was just ridiculous. It would take Mark to totally just sh-- the bed and become unglued (before there was a quarterback change).”

    The organization has factored Sanchez’s weak supporting cast of skill position players into the equation.

    “Look at some of the players he’s throwing to,” a Jets official said. “It’s garbage.”

    Said another Jets source: “I’ve seen better receiving corps in college than we have on our team.”

    So, who wants Tebow to be the starter?

    “Nobody,” a member of the team said.
    Slauson is such a big mouth.

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