Tebowmania has yet to take place in NYC……and why is that??? One name: Dirty Sanchez.
For those of you who don’t know who Dirty Sanchez is then stop reading this blog. Seriously, he dirty.
Dirty Sanchez and company are the reason why Tebow has yet to start on the New York Jets. Head coach Rex Ryan is sold on Dirty Sanchez and wants to continue starting him the rest of the season, blindly leading the Jets to another dismal season. Despite struggling again in a 23-17 loss to the Houston Texans Monday night, many fans and media are beginning to get sick of “suggesting” to start Tebow. “Yeah, no question,” the Jets coach said Tuesday without hesitation when asked if Sanchez remains the team’s starter. Wait wait wait Mr. Ryan, There is just one question! : Why was Tebow even traded in the first place? What is he doing for the team? Is he fetching holy water for the team, warming those cold benches or actually going to play a full rotation for once? Tebow did throw the best pass in that game against the Texans, even though the god squadder supposedly “can’t throw.” What gives?
Dirty Sanchez has completed less than 50% of his passes in four straight games, ranking last in the NFL. Hmmmmm that falls under the same ranks of one of the BIGGEST NFL BUSTS quarterback Jamarcus Russell (Jabba the Hutt Russell) love that nickname dubbed by Steven A. Smith, that is def a keeper . If people are starting to compare him to Jabba the Hutt Russell, than you got problems. The freaking Jets have only scored 3 touchdowns in their last 4 games. 3 touchdowns!?!?!?!? Granted the team has lost one of their best receivers, Santonio Holmes, as well as defensive players, Darelle Revis…..come on, that’s why you have backups and practice and build different players around those unfortunate absences. Backups….hmmm..why does that sound soo appealing right now…? Sounds like it could (or should) be the beginning of the end for this Dirty Sanchez…..
I understand why Rex Ryan has no desire to bow down to public pressure, especially from the outspoken fans and media, because he doesn’t want his job put in jeopardy. But it seems to me that it already is. Woody Johnson, owner of the New York Jets, told CNBC he wants Tebow on the Jets for the remainder of his contract – through 2014. “Are we going to keep Tebow? Absolutely,” Johnson said. “He’ll be with us for three years. … I think he’s going to be a real valuable asset in terms of helping us win games.” Unless he is teaching Bible Study to the players, Tebow has yet to be a valuable asset to the team.
Johnson, the man who WANTED and CHOSE to pick up Tebow after Denver let him go, also has expressed support for the fizzling Sanchez, suggesting that he will never benched. Say what? “Never is a long time period,” Johnson said. “But I see the same things in Mark Sanchez (as) when I first met him … We think he’s that good. He really is that good. I wouldn’t look at the numbers too seriously. A quarterback’s job ultimately is to win games. Mark Sanchez has proven that he can do that.” Yea…..when he was Trojan
Your not going to look at the numbers too seriously…..? Are you kidding me? As a business savvy owner of a team in the most lucrative sports league in the world, I would hope that numbers do matter…a lot. Dirty Sanchez wasn’t always this bad, but this is definitely marking one of the biggest slumps of his career. If the Jets manage to lose to the Indianapolis Colts this Sunday, the outcry for Tebow will be deafening. All of this and more is probably getting to Dirty Sanchez, massively psyching out the douche bag. Should we feel sorry for him? Hell no.
Dirty Sanchez has been given his turn in the spotlight, been given a million chances and hasn’t performed. Give Tebow a chance, use the guy, shake things up for the Jets, you got him for a reason right? What is the harm in starting Tebow and ending the game with Sanchez? Clearly, they aren’t using Tebow to his full potential and it’s unfair. It could be a bit early to tell, but Sanchez is dunzo, sit his ass down and start anew. If the Ryan decides to roll the dice and start “the play maker” Tebow and they lose, that will shut everybody up. Maybe the Jets just suck even with Tebow but how the hell are we supposed to know if their Butterball of a coach won’t start, let alone play, the guy?! Sorry Rex, but it is inevitable that you are going to bow down to public pressure and play Tebow because your Dirty Sanchez just ain’t cutting it.
You gotta ask yourself this old question: What would Jesus do?