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Call this one a re-do. The Jacksonville Jaguars have twice flirted with the idea of Tim Tebow.
Arguably, there is no team in football that could use the jersey and ticket sales associated with The Man, The Myth, The Tebow more than the Jaguars, who have been synonymous with television blackouts.
The only reason the New York Jets acquired Tebow was (supposedly) to push QB Mark Sanchez to work as he never has before. Putting him on the same team as Chad Henne, familiar with the Tony Sparano offense, would achieve that same effect.
So let the little guys drive up some much-needed ticket sales, and let the Jets get rid of a media circus they certainly do not need.
It will never happen, especially not this offseason. But in some ways, this trade makes perfect sense.