It seems like the talks surrounding the New York Jets trying to trade Tim Tebow have been going on for months now and with the 2013 NFL Draft right around the corner–they may need to do it sooner rather than later if they want any chance of landing a draft pick. However, there is something the Jets can do about the whole Tebow situation–which is accept the fact that nobody is ever going to trade for him.
For starters, New York has been trying to trade Tebow since the NFL Combine and if a team hasn’t made an offer by now–chances are they’re not going to make it anytime soon. If there was a team really showing interest in Tebow, they would have made an offer to the Jets by now that they would have accepted, but clearly that’s far from the case.
At this point, New York just needs to accept the fact that acquiring Tebow in the first place was a mistake and it’s time to move on. If Tebow really had what it takes to be a successful quarterback in the NFL, the Jets wouldn’t be trying to hard to get rid of him before it’s too late.
It would be one thing if Tebow possessed the proper mechanics to be an effective quarterback, but that’s far from the case. The sooner New York accepts the fact that no team is ever going to trade for Tebow, the easier it will be to move on from the situation that’s been dragging along for too many months now.
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