From the very first minute that I signed onto Twitter this morning, it was clear that the NFL world descended upon Jets’ OTAs.
The play-by-play news makes me wonder if the New York Jets even have a media policy in place. In Denver, we can’t give written descriptions or visual accounts of tactical information (anything involving general strategy like personnel groupings, formations, blitz schemes, tendencies, etc.)
Yet, Thursday morning we knew that Tim Tebow was lining up as a personal punt protector on special teams. We also know that he threw two interceptions in 7-on-7 drills, and Mark Sanchez had the better day.
“It’s definitely frustrating,” Tebow said of throwing two interceptions. “But it’s 7-on-7. Those plays . . . were the first time I ran them. So I’ll learn from it. Honestly, it won’t bother me again. When you make the bad play, you got to put it behind you and move on. I felt like I did.” -Tim Tebow via Pro Football Talk
The outside criticism continues….