Simple Answer for Jets: Play Tebow

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The histrionics in New York over Tim Tebow and the Jets are utterly predictable, entirely childish and eminently solvable.

A 3-6 team that is tied for last place in the AFC East finds itself in complete disarray in the Big Apple. It should come as no surprise that this team is coached by Rex Ryan, the NFL's master of self-induced chaos.

Mark Sanchez, his beleaguered starting quarterback, has the league's lowest completion percentage and tends to throw passes to the wrong team when he nears the goal line. Tebow, his backup, has the name recognition of Justin Bieber. Unfortunately, he might have his arm as well.

Nonetheless, a season that appears well on its way to becoming a lost cause is crying out for one simple solution:

Play Tebow more.

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