I'm overstating it by saying that Theismann is a moron, because he's not. He's just deluded. As you can see in this article here, Theismann criticized QB Mark Sanchez for being too nice of a guy. Theismann would rather see Sanchez be not as nice to QB Tim Tebow, because being nice apparently is the equivalent to not having a spine.
Theismann continued: "Hey, if I’m Mark Sanchez, ‘I’m the starting quarterback and it’s great to have Tim here to help us win football games.’ That’s the statement. It’s time for somebody to stand up (and) believe in themselves if you’re a Jet."
Maybe I'm missing something, because that's quite literally exactly what Sanchez has been saying this entire offseason. Maybe Theismann really wants Sanchez to throw Tebow under the bus. And can you imagine if he did that? Imagine the headlines, "SANCHEZ SAYS TEBOW IS GARBAGE; TEAM IS IN DISARRAY!" That would be public relations suicide. And yet, that's what so-called "analysts" like Theismann want. Of course they want it; it creates headlines. In that regard, he's in a Catch-22. If he bashes Tebow, the team looks like it's falling apart. If he doesn't, he's being too nice and not assertive.
But it doesn't reflect the truth. And the truth is that Sanchez has completely taken over this offense this offseason. It truly is HIS huddle. With a weak offensive line, a revolving door of receivers, and a questionable run game, Sanchez has still shown a command of the offense, throwing for nearly 70% completion percentage, in contrast to his usual 55% regular season average. In my opinion, Sanchez has handled this tumultuous offseason, complete with the disaster of last season, Tebow, a new system, etc., with veteran aplomb.
Edit: With respect to journalistic balance, Erik Manassy wrote a well-thought out response to my argument here, if you're interested.