Projecting the Jets at QB 

February, 4, 2013
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The circus that is the New York Jets' QB situation remained front and center in the NFL consciousness since last offseason, kicked off when the club acquired Tim Tebow in a move that was rightfully criticized at the time; those critics proved sage as Tebow was rarely used, and Mark Sanchez was reduced to a shell of his prior self perhaps in part due to the attention being paid his backup by both fans and media alike. The fact that No. 3 QB Greg McElroy had one of the more memorable wins of the season -- and was installed as the starter over both Sanchez and Tebow late in the campaign -- just underscores how wild of a situation this was in 2012. So will it be any better in 2013?