Skip to comments.Sparano touts Tim Tebow's improvement as passer, could be effective in Wildcat
Posted on 05/04/2012 1:32:53 PM PDT by C19fan
While meeting with the media Thursday, new Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano naturally was asked about his new quarterback, Tim Tebow. Quite naturally, the idea coach Rex Ryan presented in March that Tebow could get into a game for 20 plays was broached by those reporters with Sparano. And very naturally, Sparano decided not to expand on Ryan's explanation.
Sparano, who coached Tebow in the Senior Bowl, can see the improvement in his passing as well.
That has been eye-opening, Sparano said. I thought fundamentally Tim has gotten much better. You could see the amount of time he spent at it. Really this kid has put in a lot of time in the offseason from a fundamentals standpoint. He's completely different now from when he came out of college.
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Can’t be worse than Sanchez who stunk it up last year.
As a Jets fan I have to laugh at this stuff. I was opposed to bringing Tebow in, but is it a big surprise that his OC would tout his improvement? What do they think he’s going to say?
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