On Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty: “I think they both have great potential, and I think in the NFL, potential is one of the most dangerous words you can have, because it can go either way.
But they both seem to have a good head on their shoulders, both seem willing to work at their craft and get better.
I wish him well, but it’ll be interesting to see what kind of moves they make.” On the pressure on Todd Bowles: “In the NFL there’s always pressure, and I think that this year’s going to be no different.
But I know that he’s going to make the best of the situation, and hopefully they find the pieces that they need.” On what happened to Mark Sanchez: “I think Mark unfortunately just lost his chemistry with his receivers.
Via NYDN: “He was really into her,” a source close to the model told us, “he was sending her love letters and cute notes and professing his love for her.” Alas, Culpo took a knee.
“She had to break up with him because she just couldn’t handle it,” said our insider, “He still hits her up, but she just can’t deal with the sex thing.
When he was called up from low Class A to high Class A despite a relatively unsuccessful start to the season, it was unanimously decided to be a marketing ploy. In other words, he looks like he can actually play.
After Peter Alonso socked a two-run home run to right to make it a 6-3 game in the eighth, Tebow got one more shot to bat as he faced left-hander Alex Robinson.
It’ll be interesting to see how they take in a new system and having a new offensive coordinator, how quickly they can process that information.” On whether there is hope for either Hackenberg or Petty to emerge as a starter: “Oh definitely. I think there’s plenty of time for them to learn, get better and take control of that offense.
I think it’ll be fun to kind of sitting back and watching that battle play out.” On the Jets using the No. Everyone in the league’s always chasing a quarterback.
One night after he saw his 12-game hitting streak come to an end, Tim Tebow came up empty again Sunday as he went 0-for-3 with a pair of strikeouts as the Fort Myers Miracle defeated the St. Tebow got the start as the designated hitter and hit sixth in the order in front of a crowd of 2,715.
He came to the plate in the second inning against Miracle starter Sean Poppen and flew out to left field.