“I think he was purposefully sent to New York,” Clarkson said of the trade from Denver. “From the standpoint: you send him to a situation where you have instability with your coach – you don’t know if he’s coming or going. You have a fragile-minded Mark Sanchez at quarterback. You stick Tim Tebow in there and you kill two birds with one stone. So if you’re Denver you’ve got to be thinking ‘We send him to New York we basically kill an opponent and at the same time Tim Tebow doesn’t come back to bite us in the proverbial butt, if you will, because he’s not going to make it out of there.’
“You send him to Jacksonville, all of a sudden he’s got that fanbase behind him and all of a sudden he’s doing what he’s done all his life, that’s win games. That would put a lot of ill-will towards your organization. There is a lot of politics that go on with it. I think Timmy was just unfortunate to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.”
Just when I thought it was safe to leave Tim Tebow's people alone, out comes his mechanics guy with this garbage.
Tebow picked New York (with God's help, we assume), despite hinting that he didn't, so that the God-fearing residents of Jacksonville wouldn't feel slighted. Now that the decision didn't work out so well, let's blame Elway. Wait a second--John Elway is God. I guess it does make sense, after all.