Bill Parcels once said, “If you have two starting quarterbacks, you have no quarterback”. Apparently, the New York Jets don’t agree with that thought. Trading for Tim Tebow during the offseason was either a master stroke of marketing genius by the Jets front office, or a slick way to move on from current starting quarterback, Mark Sanchez. Regardless of their intent, the Jets acquisition of Tebow has President Barack Obama worried, and he feels Jets fans should be worried, too.From ProFootballTalk (via Newsday):
“I gotta tell you, I don’t like the idea of a quarterback controversy at the start of a season, so if I was a Jets’ fan, I’d be pretty nervous,” President Barack Obama said.
You hear that, Jets fans? Your current quarterback conundrum is being second guessed by the Commander In Chief. The Jets invited this situation on themselves. I’m still predicting that by Week 8, Tebow will step into the starters role, much to the delight of his legion of followers.