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Matt Schaub could have trouble passing against a defense with zero pass rush, no Darrelle Revis and a pair of useless safeties? No?
Arian Foster could suddenly contract a rare strain of polio, and his entire offensive line could forget how to block. Not plausible?
New York Jets
At halftime, with the Jets down 10 in a hard-fought game, Woody Johnson demands that Tim Tebow be inserted into the starting lineup. Fifteen straight two-yard gains later, the Jets lose by 25.
Meanwhile, the entire New York media slips into a coma due to what can only be explained as a mixture of genuine excitement, sexual tension and the truest spiritual belief ever experienced. As Tebow heals them, one by one, they devote their lives to him and completely forget that the Yankees are even in the playoffs.
Installed as Tebow's great high priest, Skip Bayless leaves ESPN.
Tebow gives up football but is asked to say a prayer before the coin toss of the 2013 Super Bowl, which the Texans win 20-13.
Michael Schottey is the NFL national lead writer for Bleacher Report and an award-winning member of the Pro Football Writers of America. Find more of his stuff alongside other great writers at "The Go Route."