Can Tim Tebow Really Save the New York Jets? Woody Johnson Is Glad You Asked…

October 6, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

New York Jets fans have good reason to be despondent these days.
They've watched as the best defensive player on their team—not to mention one of the best players in the entire league—has been shelved for the season, followed shortly thereafter by the team's best offensive weapon. 
The starting quarterback has shown little or no improvement over the course of the past 20 games.
The offensive coordinator everyone felt sure was holding the offense back isn't there to kick around anymore, which is unfortunate because after the Jets' putrid offensive display against the 49ers, fans could use a scapegoat right about now. 
Their team can't rush the passer. Their team can't run or pass the football. 
Dark days indeed.
However, waiting in the wings is the man who can presumably change the team's fortunes. The prized offseason acquisition who has, up until now, done more to move the needle in the Pro Shop than on the field. 

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