Watch Tim Tebow's Jets press conference live at noon ET
Tim Tebow will hold a press conference at noon eastern time on Monday. You can watch it live, right here. Right now. Well, if now is noon anyway.
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[Watch Tim Tebow's Press Conference Live at Noon ET]
Are you ready for some Tim Tebow? You better be, because he's coming to your town and he wants to party down. Or something. Whatever, Tebow's a Jet and because it's Tim Tebow and the Jets we're talking about, there's a press conference for a backup quarterback.
Act like you don't want to watch it all you want, but you know you do. Which is why we're providing a little live video access to it, when Tebow speaketh to the media on Monday at noon ET.
Click here for the Tim Tebow press conference action. Just wait until noon.
In the meantime, you can obviously peruse our many stories on Tebow. One that really comes to mind is from Sunday, in which Rex Ryan said Tebow will be a "major contributor."
Or the other one from Sunday in which many Jets reportedly are not happy about Tebow getting his own press conference, even though he's a backup quarterback.
It really shouldn't be a big deal, honestly. Tebow platitude percentage is higher than his completion percentage, and while he seems all bright-eyed when he talks with the media, he's secretly quite savvy. He'll handle all the questions and more, and probably use the phrase "I'm just excited to be a Jet" no less than 40 times. It'll be fun.
One last piece of recommended reading: our friend (and founder of Quickish) Dan Shanoff penned a piece in the New York Times on Sunday about what it means to be a Tebow-specific fan. You should check it out.
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