ON DECK: Sanchez during Tebow Time?
Things were aligning perfectly.
The New York Jets found themselves down by six points to the Houston Texans late in the fourth quarter. They needed a touchdown and had just enough time to drive down the field.
It was times like this that Tim Tebow is seemingly made for — it's especially not the rest of the 57-58 minutes of the game.
Call it Divine Intervention, call it dumb luck. Whatever you call it, even the haters have to admit that Tebow found a way to win games last year for the Broncos.
Instead, Rex Ryan left the secular Mark Sanchez in and what happens? A bad luck interception that gives the game to the Texans.
I don't think Tim Tebow is a starting quarterback, but he was made for the moments on Monday night. Down six, two minutes left. Unless you have a man named Brady, Rodgers, Brees or Manning, you want the ball in Tebow's hands.
Come to think of it, I hate Ryan and the Jets. So go ahead, keep Sanchez in during Tebow Time.