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Tebow-Mania Spreads to New York City

Tim Tebow was introduced as a New York "Football" Jet on Monday, and apparently is ready to help Gang Green win a title! (Photo Credit: USA Today)

By Matt Noonan 

The New York Jets haven’t won a Super Bowl championship since January of 1969, but Monday’s Tim Tebow press conference certainly provided numerous Gang Green supporters with a great deal of optimism toward the upcoming campaign.

Tebow spoke with 200 credentialed media members for roughly 32 minutes on Monday at the Jets practice facility, and fielded questions from why he was “blessed” to be a Jet to his relationship with starting quarterback Mark Sanchez. The young gunslinger also preached about his relationship with the New York coaching staff, which possibly explains why he chose the Big Apple over Jacksonville, Florida.

“It’s such an honor for me to be here, and I’m so excited about being a Jet,” Tebow said via the team’s website. “I just want to thank the Broncos for my time in Denver – it was an amazing time. I want to thank my teammates and the fans for being such great teammates and such great fans, and I’m looking forward to my time here in New York and my time as a Jet.”

“I’m so honored and humbled to be a Jet. I’m so thankful that they wanted me, and I’m so excited about meeting my teammates,” added the Jets backup quarterback.

This particular type of press conference is rather unusual, especially for a backup quarterback, but due to the so-called, “Tebow hype,” as well as his success from last season, it wasn’t too surprising that various media members decided to greet the 24-year-old, as well as question him about joining a team that’s been the doormat to the Super Bowl the past three years in the American Football Conference.

“I’m excited to be a Jet – to go out there and help this team anyway that I can, and whatever my role is, however I can expand that role – I’m going to try and do that,” said Tebow.

Tebow will certainly be a major asset, especially since head coach Rex Ryan believes that his number will be called roughly 20 times per game. However, don’t anticipate any quarterback swap to occur because as various reports confirmed – Sanchez is going to be the starter once week one arrives.

“I think the exciting thing is that me and Mark have a great relationship,” Tebow said when asked about playing behind Sanchez. “We have had a good relationship for the last three-years, I think. We’ve been friends, we’ve [texted each other] back and fourth, we’ve talked already, and we’re going to have a great relationship and a great working relationship and I think we’ll have a lot of fun together.”

So, whether you like it or not, Tebow is officially a Jet and the excitement for him has definitely drifted from the Rocky Mountains to the city that never sleeps.

Daily Noontime – February 24, 2012

According to Red Sox GM Ben Cherington, no news has been reported about Jason Varitek's future in the MLB! (Photo Credit: Boston Herald)

By NoontimeSports.com 

It’s Friday, and before we break out into song and dance, let’s kick-start the weekend with some news and headlines from the Boston sports scene.

* The Boston Bruins will return to the ice on Friday evening when they skate against the Buffalo Sabres at 7:30pm. If the Black and Gold are able to salvage a win, they’d be able to earn their first back-to-back wins since January 10-12.

* The Boston Red Sox conducted their first official team workout on Thursday, as pitchers participated in live batting practice, so they could simulate pitching against an actual batter. Bobby Valentine was rather pleased with his numerous pitchers, especially Jon Lester and Daniel Bard. Also, GM Ben Cherington told the media that there was no current updates on team captain and catcher Jason Varitek, who is expected to make a decision on his big league career soon.

* New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan told members of the media on Thursday that his “guarantees” were a mistake. He used that particular word to attempt to motivate his team, especially since Gang Green reached the AFC Championship contest twice over the past three seasons. Although, the head coach seems confident that the Jets will be able to turn the page, continue to have fun, and focus on the overall goal — winning a championship.

* The Harvard University men’s basketball team will return to the hardwood on Friday evening when they welcome the Princeton University Tigers to Cambridge, Massachusetts at 7:00pm. The Tigers defeated the Crimson earlier this season, as well as knocked Harvard out of the ESPN/USA Top-25 poll, too.

Rex Ryan’s Thoughts On Patriots, Super Bowl XLVI

Rex Ryan believes in the Patriots win the Super Bowl that Belichick and Brady will be considered the best! (Photo Credit: NJ.com)

By NoontimeSports.com 

New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan talked with Fox25 Boston on Friday morning, and provided his two cents on the upcoming big game between the New England Patriots and New York Giants.

“Both those teams are playing great and the one thing about – the last two times these two teams have played, it’s come right down to the wire and I expect the same this week,” said Ryan.

The Jets head coach also complimented head coach Bill Belichick and Tom Brady on their success when he said, “Belichick in my opinion is the best coach, maybe he’ll go down in the history of the game as being the best coach…And then Brady is – he may go down as – if he wins this Super Bowl this week, I mean it’s hard to say he’s not the best big game quarterback of all time.”

To watch the interview with Ryan  – CLICK HERE.

Daily Noontime – November 23, 2011

Rob Gronkowski performed quite well on Monday against the Chiefs, as he tight end caught two Tom Brady TDs.

Happy Tuesday to everyone and welcome into yet another great edition of the Daily Noontime! Here’s some quality headlines and news, enjoy! 


* The New England Patriots earned their seventh win of the season on Monday, as they manhandled the Kansas City Chiefs, 34-3.

* According to New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan, he admitted that he doesn’t want to give the NFL a “black eye.”

* The Boston Bruins extended their winning streak to nine games, as the Black and Gold defeated Montreal on Monday by a score of 1-0.

* The UMass Minutemen football team will have a new coach next season, as head coach Kevin Morris was fired on Monday.

* Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby returned to the ice on Monday, and helped his team defeat the New York Islanders, 5-0.

Games to Watch: 

* Miami (Ohio) at Ohio (NCAA Football) – 7:00pm eastern 

* No. 15 Michigan vs. No. 6 Duke (NCAA Basketball) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Toronto at Tampa Bay (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

This is the great Rob Gronkowski!

Daily Noontime – November 4, 2011

Once again... the Boston College Eagles lost!

Alright … it’s Friday, which means… the weekend has arrived, BOOM! Here’s the day’s headlines and news, enjoy!


* The Boston College Eagles looked rather unimpressive against Florida State on Thursday, and once again proved that they don’t deserve a bowl bid.

* New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan apparently will be starring in a movie with Adam Sandler, and also will be talking about the New England Patriots in it too.

* Apparently the New Orleans Saints aren’t too happy that Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman wasn’t on their team injury report.

* As of Friday, November 4 – MLB teams will be able to acquire various free agents for the upcoming season, and here’s a list of the top players.

 * According to reports, the board has decided to allow Boise State to join the Big East Conference in 2013.

Games to Watch: 

* Washington at Carolina (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Chicago at Tampa Bay (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Here’s the illustrious Justin Bieber free-styling, which is pretty funny, eh?