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  • #16
    Sparano wants to run his version of the Single Wing a certain number of snaps/situations per game. That kind of a switch can put a lot of pressure on defenses. TT is the perfect guy for that. Jets must feel they can handle the lockerroom as well as Mark Sanchez' psyche.
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    • #17
      The Jets were absolute idiots in pursuing Tebow.

      They should have done whatever they could to help Sanchez, after recently signing him to a big contract. Instead, they decide to go after Tebow?!

      It makes no sense whatsoever.
      The Browns are gone; I'm not a fan of the Impostors

      The real Browns are in Baltimore, see?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Charlie Brown View Post
        The Jets were absolute idiots in pursuing Tebow.

        They should have done whatever they could to help Sanchez, after recently signing him to a big contract. Instead, they decide to go after Tebow?!

        It makes no sense whatsoever.
        I agree

        It would've made a bit of sense if they didn't just invest in Sanchez and actually wanted a bit of competition
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        • #19
          The Jets signed Drew Stanton to add competition, and then it was time to surround Mark Sanchez with better weapons (And by the way, the Colts are interested in Byron Leftwich - will Stanton ask for another trade?). That 4th round pick could be a WR, RB or OL (they have problems on the right side) to help Sanchez. And their mid 6th round pick became a late 7th.

          But what the Broncos did in 2010 was even worse (it made even less sense). McDaniels traded Cutler and brought Kyle Orton. Okay, risky move, but then he should develop Orton, right? The deal that sent Tebow to the Jets was similar to the deal that sent Brady Quinn to Denver. Quinn was needed competition and a decent option as the #2 QB, but the Broncos lost 2 draft picks (5th and 6th round picks) and Peyton Hillis.

          After the trade for Brady Quinn, McDaniels gave 3 draft picks (2nd, 3rd and 4th round picks) to select Tebow in the 1st round. Orton was the starter replacing Jay Cutler. Quinn was his competition. Another QB? In the 1st round? That was crazy. The Broncos could have done a lot of things with those 3 draft picks, and that draft trade could have added Rob Gronkowski or a DT (Jared Odrick) to the roster.

          Instead of surrounding the current QBs with better weapons, McDaniels brought another QB. 3 QBs that wanted to start. Orton was the starter, Quinn and Tebow were 1st round picks waiting for a chance. Overload. And the team did not have a receiving TE to replace Tony Scheffler. The defense had a lot of holes. If the Jets were mad, the Broncos were completely insane.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Roddoliver View Post
            The Jets signed Drew Stanton to add competition, and then it was time to surround Mark Sanchez with better weapons (And by the way, the Colts are interested in Byron Leftwich - will Stanton ask for another trade?). That 4th round pick could be a WR, RB or OL (they have problems on the right side) to help Sanchez. And their mid 6th round pick became a late 7th.

            But what the Broncos did in 2010 was even worse (it made even less sense). McDaniels traded Cutler and brought Kyle Orton. Okay, risky move, but then he should develop Orton, right? The deal that sent Tebow to the Jets was similar to the deal that sent Brady Quinn to Denver. Quinn was needed competition and a decent option as the #2 QB, but the Broncos lost 2 draft picks (5th and 6th round picks) and Peyton Hillis.

            After the trade for Brady Quinn, McDaniels gave 3 draft picks (2nd, 3rd and 4th round picks) to select Tebow in the 1st round. Orton was the starter replacing Jay Cutler. Quinn was his competition. Another QB? In the 1st round? That was crazy. The Broncos could have done a lot of things with those 3 draft picks, and that draft trade could have added Rob Gronkowski or a DT (Jared Odrick) to the roster.

            Instead of surrounding the current QBs with better weapons, McDaniels brought another QB. 3 QBs that wanted to start. Orton was the starter, Quinn and Tebow were 1st round picks waiting for a chance. Overload. And the team did not have a receiving TE to replace Tony Scheffler. The defense had a lot of holes. If the Jets were mad, the Broncos were completely insane.
            I'll never truely understand the thought process behind what the Broncos did
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