Tim Tebow reached out Monday night to high school student-athlete Matt Hardy after a Twitter movement to raise the crash survivor’s spirits took on a life of its own on Twitter.
Whatever intangible that makes an athlete great — call it swagger, confidence, mojo, or moxie — Mark Sanchez has it no more.
“You’ve got to appreciate our fans,” Ryan said he told Scott. “Obviously, in the good times it’s much easier than in the bad times, so I had that conversation with Bart.”
Jets have given their fans reason to
Mark Sanchez is still the Jets’ franchise quarterback despite being mired in one of the worst slumps of his career. Tim Tebow, however, is still the team’s most talked-about quarterback.
“We’re not buying all this spin that is coming out right now,” the player said. “And we’re not necessarily buying that the quote came out recently or even from this locker room.”
Sure, Mark Sanchez has taken his fair share of lumps. But you could argue the Tebow talk has been just as bad, if not worse — and now it’s coming straight from the Jets’ locker room.
Mark Sanchez’s reunion with Pete Carroll became another performance he would rather forget. And it left Rex Ryan again defending his decision about who the Jets’ quarterback should be in what has become a lost season in New York.
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The odor of losing continues to linger at 1 Jets Drive, and it’s going to take a monumental effort by everyone to air the place out. Guess what? Not gonna happen Sunday.