Jets have a little Tim Tebow in them

Gang Green's flair for dramatic eerily reminiscent of a certain Broncos quarterback

Updated: December 4, 2011, 10:55 PM ET
By Rich Cimini | ESPNNewYork.com

LANDOVER, MD. -- Two weeks ago, the New York Jets got beat by Tim Tebow. Now they're playing like him -- and that's OK. There's no reason to apologize, not in a business defined by results.

Tebow has captivated the sport with his polarizing style, a player with obvious flaws but knows when it's winning time. You can say the same thing about the Jets, who can overcome 55 minutes of ugly with five minutes of beautiful.

They did it again Sunday, leaping back into the playoff race with ...

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