Joe Theismann Says Tim Tebow Is In ‘no Man’s Land’

“Theismann as in Heisman”

A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 1 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Joe Theismann says Tim Tebow is in ‘no man’s land’ Gary Mihoces, USA TODAY Sports 9:58 a.m. EST December 21, 2012 This Nov. 11, 2012 file photo shows New York Jets’ Tim Tebow on the field before an NFL football game against the Seattle Seahawksin Seattle. Rex Ryan acknowledged Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012 that he had higher expectations for the seldom-used Tebow in the Jets’ wildcat-style offense. And, so did the NFL’s most popular and maligned backup quarterback.

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(10) celebrates in the first half against the Florida Gators during the South regional final of the 2013 NCAA Tournament at Cowboys Stadium. Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Michigan Wolverines guard Tim Hardaway Jr. (10) starts the fast break defended by Florida Gators center Patric Young (4) in the second half during the South regional final of the 2013 NCAA Tournament at Cowboys Stadium. Michigan defeated Florida 79-59. Matthew Emmons, USA TODAY Sports Michigan Wolverines forward Mitch McGary (4), Nik Stauskas (11) and the bench celebrate as they defeat the Florida Gators 79-59 to advance to the Final Four during the South regional final of the 2013 NCAA Tournament at Cowboys Stadium. Matthew Emmons, USA TODAY Sports Michigan Wolverines forward Jordan Morgan (52) tries to tip the ball loose from Florida Gators guard Scottie Wilbekin (5) during the second half of the South regional final game in the 2013 NCAA Tournament at Cowboys Stadium. Kevin Jairaj, USA TODAY Sports Florida Gators guard Casey Prather (24) dunks the ball between Michigan Wolverines forward Mitch McGary (4) and Glenn Robinson III (1) in the first half of the South regional final of the 2013 NCAA Tournament at Cowboys Stadium. Matthew Emmons, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall celebrates cutting down the net after beating Ohio State 70-66 in the West Regional final to advance to the Final Four. Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Wichita State’s Carl Hall, left, celebrates winning the West Regional final 70-66 over Ohio State. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State head coach Gregg Marshall hoists the West Regional trophy after the Shockers topped second-seeded Ohio State 70-66 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State players celebrate after topping Ohio State 70-66 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to advance to the Final Four. Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State’s Demetric Williams, right, celebrates after topping Ohio State 70-66 in the West Regional final to advance to the Final Four. Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State players celebrate on the bench in the second half of the West Regional final vs. Ohio State. The Shockers won 70-66 to advance to the Final Four. Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports Ohio State guard Aaron Craft is defended by Carl Hall (22) and Cleanthony Early in the second half of the West Regional final at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Ohio State’s Aaron Craft shakes hands with teammate Shannon Scott early in the second half of the West Regional final at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Wichita State’s Carl Hall is elbowed in the chin by Ohio State’s Deshaun Thomas as he attempted a shot in the second half. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Ohio State head coach Thad Matta reacts during the first half. Wichita State led 35-22 at the break. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Ohio State’s Aaron Craft and Wichita State’s Cleanthony Early look to get a handle on a loose ball in the first half. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State’s Carl Hall shoots over Ohio State’s Deshaun Thomas. Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State’s Malcolm Armstead tries to shoot on Ohio State’s Amir Williams in the first half. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Ohio State’s Deshaun Thomas (1) and center Amir Williams (23) defend against Wichita State’s Carl Hall in the first half of the West Regional final at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State’s Malcolm Armstead tries to shoot over Ohio State forward Deshaun Thomas in the first half. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State’s Ron Baker goes up for a layup against Ohio State’s Evan Ravenel in the first half of their Elite Eight matchup in Los Angeles. Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports Wichita State’s Malcolm Armstead dribbles the ball in front of Ohio State forward Evan Ravenel (30) and Shockers forward Carl Hall (22) in the first half. Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Ohio State’s Deshaun Thomas shoots against Wichita State’s Ehimen Orukpe in the first half of the West Regional final at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY Wichita State’s Tekele Cotton (32) and Ohio State’s Aaron Craft go after a loose ball in the first half. Richard Mackson, USA TODAY Sports Ohio State’s Amir Williams gets the opening tipoff against Wichita State’s Cleanthony Early to start the West Regional final in Los Angeles. Jayne Kamin-Oncea, USA TODAY Sports Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim cuts down the net after the Orange defeated Marquette 55-39 to win the East Regional and advance to the program’s first Final Four since 2003. Bob Donnan, USA TODAY Sports Syracuse’s C.J. Fair celebrates with teammates after defeating Marquette 55-39 in Washington to advance to the Final Four. Bob Donnan, USA TODAY Sports Syracuse’s Rakeem Christmas celebrates with fans after defeating Marquette in the East Regional final. Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports Syracuse players hold up the East Regional trophy after defeating Marquette 55-39 at the Verizon Center in Washington. Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports Jim Boeheim holds the East Regional trophy after the 55-39 win over Marquette. Geoff Burke, USA TODAY Sports Syracuse’s C.J.

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That tournament also landed Theismann on SiriusXM NFL Radio, where he was asked yet again about the Redskins nickname. All this political stuff on the Redskins name, you got any thoughts on that? Theismann was asked. ( Audio here .) You got a comment at all? I really dont, he answered. Whatevers gonna be decided will be decided far away from players or anything else. Its in the hands of the courts, I guess you could say. I will say this, though.

Listen Appearing on “The Mike Lupica Show” on ESPN NY 98.7 FM on Monday, Theismann said the team hasn’t been that good in recent years, despite winning two Super Bowls. “To be honest with you Mike, if you look at this football team over the three years youre talking about, really the three years, even though theyve won championships, theyre not that good a football team,” Theismann said. “Theyve been inconsistent at the wide receiver position, whether it be by play or injury. The running back position has been suspect for quite a while, now you got guys putting the ball on the ground. Their defensive line has been hurt at times, and theres been a great change there. And we know that their linebacking corps has been in flux, and their secondary has been average.” “Truthfully, Eli Manning has basically taken this football team on his shoulders over the last couple of years, and the success that theyve been able to enjoy is because of the incredible way that he has played,” Theismann added.

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“He’d say, ‘You know what [Paul] Hornung can do.’ But there was never any big brochure or anything. He never said vote for so-and-so. “Neither did Roger,” he said. “Roger’s biggest involvement was with Theismann. But it was more of a fun thing. A cute story. He was definitely pulling for Joe Theismann, but it wasn’t his nature to have a big campaign.” Nevertheless, “Theismann as in Heisman” remains one of the most memorable slogans in the history of the trophy, which still amuses Valdiserri for one reason in particular.

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