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Not On Board: Legendary QB Claims The Jets Didn’t Acquire Tim Tebow For His Abilities

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Not On Board: Legendary QB Claims The Jets Didn’t Acquire Tim Tebow For His Abilities

The Denver Broncos traded Tim Tebow to the New York Jets this past Wednesday (March 21), but one NY QB believes Gang Green’s trade for Tebow was simply a “publicity stunt.”

During an interview on the Michael Kay Show on ESPN New York 1050 yesterday, legendary QB “BroadwayJoe Namath questioned why the Jets would even waste their time by trading for the young Tebow .

“I do not agree with this situation,” Namath said. “I can’t agree with it. I just think it’s a publicity stunt. I really think it’s wrong. I can’t go for it.”

“I don’t think they know what they’re doing over there right now,” Namath said. “They give Sanchez a new contract, they pat him on the back and then they bring in two more quarterbacks.”

You know things are really bad when the Jets’ most famous player of all-time believes they don’t even know what they’re doing.

It seems like ever since head coach Rex Ryan took over the Jets, they have become more and more like a three ring circus.

SMH.