Ok, I will give the Jets a pass on the Tebow thing....I think it can work out and we will see by the 2nd or 3rd exhibition game what it looks like.
I am more concerned about RT,S a pass rusher and a WR. When Mangold hurt his ankle, they say it takes 5-6 weeks for the big guys to get back to 100%. Slausson played hurt starting in wk2, that made the entire right side of the Jets line open, no Robert Turner for back up. There may be a T there where the Jets pick if Cordy Glenn can slide from G to T, and I feel that fixing RT fixes the OL. Barron may be there at S.....I feel resign Leonard and then the question :), draft a S (Barron), or a pass rusher as it looks like a very deep draft class this year. I would have no problem with Braylon or Cotchery coming back at WR, also there should be a good WR there in the 2nd round for the Jets.(another deep spot in the draft).
On Tebow, Sparano could have pushed for his former QB Henne there and did not do that. No way for me that Tebow is the starter unless Sanchez flops, and if so, I would rather see Tebow come in the Drew Stanton,
If Tebow gets 20 snaps a game (adjusted of course game to game by situation and opponent), I can see Sanchez and Tebow on the field at the same time for 5 or more of those snaps. Personally I like the wildcat ; Sparano did well with that with Ronnie Brown, now he has one there who while not a top threat, is a legit passing threat. Ironic that the Jets best play in the loss to Miami last year was Kerley hitting Mulligan on a 5 yd out, then Mulligan running 50 yards before any one noticed. With Smith, they did not run it that much, but the wildcat extended drives, changing field position, playing into the Jets defensive scheme,