Look, it's Mark Sanchez. No, it's Tim Tebow. No, it's third-string quarterback Greg McElroy.
Seriously, it's third-string quarterback Greg McElroy.
As much as Sanchez and Tebow have been sugarcoated in the media, it's a former Alabama quarterback that takes the helm for the New York Jets in Week 16.
Needless to say, everybody involved with the Jets organization, from Rex Ryan to Fireman Ed, wants to move on and create a new era in New York. No more boneheaded fumbles or ill-advised throws on behalf of Sanchise, and no more force-fed nonsense about Tebow's goodie two-shoes approach on life and warm heart.
The Jets need a quarterback. A guy that can read defenses, pick up the slack of the run game and voice his opinions like a soldier in the locker room.
It has yet to be seen if McElroy fits that bill, but assuming he's given full reign of the offense for these last two weeks, he'll have a chance to prove it.
I'm saying he pulls one out opposite the woeful San Diego Chargers and gives the remaining sea of green at Metlife Stadium an early Christmas present.