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Tebow hype, it's safe to say, has run its course. The reality of the quarterback and his limitations has settled in. But at the same time … well, why not? It can't get any worse for the Jags' offense. It mustered 248 total yards against the lowly Oakland Raiders, and have one touchdown in two games. The starting quarterback, Blaine Gabbert, is hurt. The star running back, Maurice Jones-Drew, left Sunday's game with an ankle injury. The star wideout, Justin Blackmon, is suspended. Even the punter, Bryan Anger, is causing some fan anger. It's bleak, man. So why not give Tebow a try in Jacksonville? Why not give fans a reason to watch while the team rebuilds?
"We're consumers, the Jags are the product, " said James Stewart, a former Marine who is heading up this small-scale Tebow push. "We'd like to see a particular feature, which is Tebow."The Jaguars, now 0-2, are not the first terrible NFL team. If they lose all their games this season, they will not be the first winless outfit. What they are is uninteresting. And that's rare in the NFL. Any team can cling to maybe: Maybe this player will turn into an instant star. Maybe this guy will have a breakout fantasy season. Maybe there will be an upset over a hated rival.The Jags don't seem to have "maybe." They are young and thin in a difficult division. They can't score. That's basically it. There isn't much to cheer for. Not this year, anyway. The season-opening game, against the Kansas City Chiefs, brought yawning sections at EverBank Field. The second game, in Oakland, brought a situation where a local TV station apologized to viewers for having to show the Jacksonville game instead of the Manning Bowl.
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