Seven Reasons Why Tim Tebow Will Help The New York Jets-By Dr. Jay P. Granat

Fans, sports radio hosts and pundits are in an uproar over The Jets’ signing of Tim
Tebow.
The idea to bring Tim Tebow to New York has gotten an incredible amount of media
attention. In fact, more than two hundred reporters attended his press conference on
Monday.
A lot of fans and writers seem to dislike the idea of Tim Tebow playing for the gang
in green. A lot of people don’t like the idea of two quarterback system. They point to
other instances where having two quarterbacks has not worked out well for other NFL
squads.
Some people say he is bad at reading defenses and he has an orthodox and inefficient
throwing motion.
However, I think Tim Tebow can have a positive impact on the team. Here’s why.
First, he is an excellent athlete who is very competitive.
Second, if the coaching staff can design the right kind of plays, he can create some
confusion for opposing defenses. Imagine Tebow lining up in the backfield or out wide
as receiver. There are a lot of offensive possibilities with Tim on the field.
He could be very hard to defend and he could present problems for some opponents.
Third, he can be a real threat in the red zone. He may take some pressure off
off of Mark Sanchez.
Fourth, Tebow is a solid citizen and a very likable kind of athlete. It is possible
that he can have a positive impact on the unstable Jet’s locker room.
Fifth, while Denver did not do very well in the playoffs, Tim Tebow has a
history of being able to find ways to win games. His winner’s personality is a valuable
asset.
Sixth, Tebow’s spirituality, while controversial to some fans,
may help to inspire some of his teammates.
Seventh, and perhaps most important, is this point. Do you think Tebow’s
presence can help the Jets to win two more games than they did last year?
If you do, that means the Jets can be a team with ten wins. This is usually enough
wins to make it into the playoffs.
So, Jets fans should welcome “Tim Terrific” to the New York area with open arms
and open minds.

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. is a Psychotherapist in River Edge, New Jersey and the Founder of www.StayInTheZone.com. He has authored several books on sports and has been featured in many major media outlets.

Fans, sports radio hosts and pundits are in an uproar over The Jets’ signing of Tim
Tebow.
The idea to bring Tim Tebow to New York has gotten an incredible amount of media
attention. In fact, more than two hundred reporters attended his press conference on
Monday.
A lot of fans and writers seem to dislike the idea of Tim Tebow playing for the gang
in green. A lot of people don’t like the idea of two quarterback system. They point to
other instances where having two quarterbacks has not worked out well for other NFL
squads.
Some people say he is bad at reading defenses and he has an orthodox and inefficient
throwing motion.
However, I think Tim Tebow can have a positive impact on the team. Here’s why.
First, he is an excellent athlete who is very competitive.
Second, if the coaching staff can design the right kind of plays, he can create some
confusion for opposing defenses. Imagine Tebow lining up in the backfield or out wide
as receiver. There are a lot of offensive possibilities with Tim on the field.
He could be very hard to defend and he could present problems for some opponents.
Third, he can be a real threat in the red zone. He may take some pressure off
off of Mark Sanchez.
Fourth, Tebow is a solid citizen and a very likable kind of athlete. It is possible
that he can have a positive impact on the unstable Jet’s locker room.
Fifth, while Denver did not do very well in the playoffs, Tim Tebow has a
history of being able to find ways to win games. His winner’s personality is a valuable
asset.
Sixth, Tebow’s spirituality, while controversial to some fans,
may help to inspire some of his teammates.
Seventh, and perhaps most important, is this point. Do you think Tebow’s
presence can help the Jets to win two more games than they did last year?
If you do, that means the Jets can be a team with ten wins. This is usually enough
wins to make it into the playoffs.
So, Jets fans should welcome “Tim Terrific” to the New York area with open arms
and open minds.

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. is a Psychotherapist in River Edge, New Jersey and the Founder of www.StayInTheZone.com. He has authored several books on sports and has been featured in many major media outlets.

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