And the Jets drama continues! Thank goodness I’m a Giants fan, I don’t know how you Jets fans put up with all the circus acts! SMH.
Steve Clarkson, Tim Tebow’s personal quarterback instructor, had a lot to say in a phone interview yesterday with reporters.  Check it out & let us know what you think…



Via Rich Cimini at ESPN:

One week after Mark Sanchez’s recently hired coach, former NFL quarterback Jeff Garcia, unloaded on Tim Tebow, Tebow’s instructor responded Wednesday by criticizing Sanchez and the New York Jets.

Steve Clarkson, a private coach who has worked with many NFL quarterbacks, conducted a conference call with reporters. He presented a conspiracy theory, saying the Denver Broncostraded Tebow to the Jets — not his hometown Jacksonville Jaguars — because they knew he’d fail in New York.

“I think he was purposefully sent to New York,” said Clarkson, according to the Newark Star-Ledger. “From the standpoint: You send him to a situation where you have instability with your coach — you don’t know if he’s coming or going. You have a fragile-minded Mark Sanchez at quarterback. You stick Tim Tebow in there and you kill two birds with one stone. So if you’re Denver, you’ve got to be thinking, ‘We send him to New York, we basically kill an opponent and, at the same time, Tim Tebow doesn’t come back to bite us in the proverbial butt, if you will, because he’s not going to make it out of there.’

“You send him to Jacksonville, all of a sudden, he’s got that fanbase behind him and all of a sudden, he’s doing what he’s done all his life: That’s win games. That would put a lot of ill will toward your organization. There’s a lot of politics that go on with it. I think Timmy was just unfortunate to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.”

Only one problem with Clarkson’s take: It’s revisionist history. As Broncos vice president John Elway has explained many times, Tebow was given the choice between the Jets and the Jaguars.

Clarkson accused the Jets of undermining Tebow by now allowing him to master the entire offense.

“I think in Tim’s case, they walked him into New York and said, ‘We’ve got four plays for you. You execute these four plays and that’s all you’re going to get,’ ” Clarkson said. “Well, when you walk on the field and that’s all you practice, and you don’t get any meaningful reps and you walk into a game and basically the defense is telling your offensive line basically where the ball is going to go, it’s pretty depressing and it doesn’t give you much room for hope. I would hope whoever, wherever he ends up that they give him an opportunity, and I think if they do, they’ll be pleasantly surprised. I think the guy still can play.”

Of course, he does.


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