With four games in the books, the New York Jets are off to a less than desirable 2-2 start. The Jets offense under quarterback Mark Sanchez has been miserable to this point, only averaging 284 yards per game and 20.2 points per game. Those statistics place them at No. 28 and No. 21 in the NFL, respectively.
Since Tim Tebow was acquired by the Jets in the offseason, there have been fans and members of the media calling for Tebow to take over the starting job in New York. As the offense has stumbled and been inefficient this season, the critics of Mark Sanchez and lovers of Tim Tebow have only become louder, calling for Sanchez's job.
Mark Sanchez is the latest victim in the ever-growing fad that is Tim Tebow. From the first day Tebow arrived in New York, people have been saying the Jets need to play Tebow if they want to win.
While Tebow has won at every level he's played at, he is not the answer for the Jets. Here's why starting Tim Tebow would only hurt the New York Jets.