ESPN has a love affair with Tim Tebow and the New York Jets. As a Jets fan, I should be really happy about all this coverage, but I’m going to tell you, I would IF the coverage was about football.
What’s the new cheer in CT these days? E-S-P-N JETS JETS JETS!!
Other than Jets fans, do you think the sports world cares about what movies the Jets saw on their off days, a birthday song for the backup QB on air, or video of that same backup running in the rain with his shirt off?
THIS... IS.... TEBOWCENTER
I can truly understand why sports fans are frustrated and after scouring the net, I have found some of the funniest pictures and tweets about the Jets.
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Note: I do not hate Tim Tebow, the New York Jets or anything Gang Green. I hate the non-football coverage of our team because it puts so much pressure on the team. This is completely worse than Rex guaranteeing a super bowl victory. I truly believe ESPN wants us to have a QB Controversy because it sells and increases their viewership. I just wanted you to know HOW the rest of the world views us.
I truly think it is safe to say that we are NOW the most despised team in the world. Agree?
There has to be at LEAST one ESPN on-air personality who looks at all the Tebow hysteria in the rundown and says “Damn, guys. Really?”
8/14/12 8:05 PM
@ESPN’s Tim Tebow birthday celebration is by far the most embarrassing sports TV I’ve ever seen. Absolutely pitiful.
8/14/12 7:15 PM
ESPN talks about Tim Tebow more than the Kardashians talk about themselves.
8/14/12 6:46 PM
Instead of apologizing for falsely accusing #Saints of federal wiretapping charges, ESPN threw Tebow a birthday party.
8/14/12 5:05 PM
Offensive Coordinator, Marty Mornhinweg, was unavailable to explain himself to the media after the game Sunday, but Yahoo sports have reached out this morning and here are some quotes from the Jets' OC.
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