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Tebow Headlines Dominate In New York City

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New York tabloids are flooded with tales of the New York Jets trading for quarterback Tim Tebow. The Daily News says the Jets "were turned down by Peyton Manning, one of the best quarterbacks ... [and] embraced by Tebow, one of the worst." Noting Tebow's public displays of faith, the New York Post declared, "Jets Prayers Answered," adding, "The Jets had to have God's quarterback."

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New York tabloids are flooded with tales of the New York Jets trading for quarterback Tim Tebow. The Daily News says the Jets were turned down by Peyton Manning, one of the best quarterbacks, and embraced by Tebow, one of the worst. Noting Tebow's public displays of faith, the New York Post declared Jets Prayers Answered. Adding, quote, "The Jets had to have God's quarterback." One Post writer says Tebow will be hell on the Jets current quarterback Mark Sanchez.

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