Posted by Sabrina B. @gametimegirl

The New York Rangers have a Game 7 in Madison Square Garden on Saturday, Andy Pettitte’s pitching his first game in pinstripes since 2010 on Sunday, and J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon reported that his bank had $2 billion in trading losses.

And what was everyone talking about in New York City yesterday? Tim Tebow’s dog’s name change.

In an interview session that lasted just a few minutes after the New York Jets’ voluntary workout in Florham Park, NJ, Tebow said “great” 23 times and revealed that his dog, once named Bronco, has been renamed Bronx, after one of the Big Apple’s five boroughs.

The jokes on Twitter came trickling in, almost immediately.

Sportswriter Sterling Eby, or @TeamSterlo on Twitter, wrote, “It doesn’t matter what it’s named, it’ll only respond 30% of the time.”

The Wall Street Journal’s sports columnist, Jason Gay, or @JasonWSJ, quipped, “You’re Mark Sanchez. You’re starting QB for the Jets. You’re training hard. But you just got upstaged by Tim Tebow’s dog, changing its name.”

The hashtag #rejectedTebowDogNames was trending within the hour of the “news” breaking. Some suggestions from a variety of tweets found online? Oh, there was “Completed Pass,” “Elway,” “Rudy” and “Spiral.”