Sometimes, you just can’t explain sports. Thursday night’s game was one that you just can’t put into words.

After watching Tim Tebow short-hop passes to receivers and stalling on third down all night, he led the Broncos on a 95-yard, game winning drive to top the Jets, 17-14. The 95-yard drive had everything you could ever want. A near safety by the Jets on the first play. Tebow running and picking up first downs. Revis whiffing on tackles. And a storybook ending for a quarterback who continues to be doubted by most pundits. In the NFL, winning games is the only thing that matters and Tim Tebow has won four of his five starts this season. While most quarterbacks in the NFL have a better passing skill set, Tebow has the ‘It’ factor. Tebow, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Drew Brees all have ‘it’. Hell, you can even argue that Eli has ‘it’. But make no mistake about it, Tebow is a special, special player who will continue to be doubted. While he’ll never admit it, the doubt just makes his fire grow. Don’t ever doubt him..

One player who is being doubted week after week is Mark Sanchez. Sanchez had his second straight horrible game where he threw an interception-returned-for-a-touchdown. Sanchez missed a wide open Dustin Keller in the end zone in the first half and looked absolutely lost after the game. In his post-game presser, Sanchez looked a complete ghost and no longer the kid that was posing for GQ. Sanchez was expected to make the next step in his maturation process this season, but he has taken five steps backwards. He has to pick it up if the Jets are going to go anywhere.

Elsewhere, Shonn Greene hurt his ribs in the first half and didn’t return. Rex spoke in the post-game presser and didn’t really give a whole lot of information. Just same old Rex garbage. 

As of right now, the Jets are 5-5 and sit in eighth in the AFC. They are on the outside looking in as the season starts to wind down. 

It was good to see Bilal Powell and Joe McKnight fill in and run hard. They’re big time players down the stretch.

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