Don't expect the New York Jets' Wildcat general to make an impact on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. Tim Tebow won't be unleashed in Week 3's AFC East showdown. He won't shine. He won't even show glimpses of greatness capable of forcing smiles onto the faces of bold fantasy owners everywhere. How can I be so sure? The backup signal-caller will attempt to change the pace up against the NFL's fourth-best rushing defense in the Dolphins' on Sunday.
The New York Jets were demolished by the Miami Dolphins 30-9 in Week 8, and although the offense continues to sputter and the team now sits mired in last place in the AFC East, there's been no indication that the team has any intent... Read Post
The Miami Dolphins are only two games away from getting back a player capable of pushing their already stout front four into the next level, and who could also work as a linebacker and help what is arguably Miami's weakest position ... Read Post
Stop the Tim Tebow trade talk. After the disaster that was Mark Sanchez’s Sunday afternoon against the Miami Dolphins, the New York Jets should hold on to any potential spark they have. Tebow proved last season that he’s capable of ... Read Post