"It got to the point where Tim's going into the game, it's going to be a power," Landry told ESPN on Wednesday, via the New York Daily News. "I would have loved to see him throw the ball a little more."
Tebow attempted just eight passes all season, completing six for 39 yards. That's a lukewarm march down the field for some quarterbacks, but it's clear the Jets lost trust in Tebow early.
Tony Sparano took the fall for a vanilla scheme that struggled to make the most of Tebow's athleticism, but the jettisoned offensive coordinator spent hundreds of hours in practice with Tebow. There was a lack of comfort putting the game in Tebow's hands.
The Jets under Rex Ryan are moving in a fresh direction. Expect competition for Mark Sanchez through free-agent channels or possibly the draft. Nobody's job is safe, but Tebow's future with the Jets is a near certainty: There is none. He'll be traded or released, and we'll find out soon enough if another organization will allow him to throw the ball.
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