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They say never to discuss politics or religion at a dinner party. At New York Jets training camp, expect a similar taboo viewpoint for questions that involve both Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow.

The guys on "The Dave Dameshek Football Program" did their best to draw some Sanchez/Tebow debate out of call-in guest D'Brickashaw Ferguson on Tuesday, but the Jets left tackle wasn't biting.

Who can throw a football farther? No comment. Who wears better suits? Pass. Better musical taste? Nada. More likely to see "The Dark Knight Rises"? Not even close.

The uncertainty of the Jets' quarterback position is the massive storm cloud that rests ominously above Florham Park, but good luck getting anyone in the organization to acknowledge it.

For what it's worth, Ferguson believes Sanchez's three seasons of experience -- both in success and failure -- makes him "the perfect man for the job."

"We're going to do some nice things this year. The focus should be on what's gonna happen this year, and what's in our power to do," he said. "We have greatness written all over us. It's just a matter of time."

Opinions vary on that last part, but Ferguson sounds convinced that last season's 8-8 record was a fluke rather than the forecast of a hard rain about to fall.

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The uncertainty of the Jets' quarterback position is the massive storm cloud that rests ominously above Florham Park, but good luck getting anyone in the organization to acknowledge it.

What uncertainty? Mark is the starter.

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The uncertainty of the Jets' quarterback position is the massive storm cloud that rests ominously above Florham Park, but good luck getting anyone in the organization to acknowledge it.

The massive storm cloud? This is getting funny. Just like the Revis holdout, our QB controversy is 100% the creation of media speculation. Sanchez is starting. If he plays well and we're winning, he continues to start. If he sucks and we lose, he is benched. What a massive storm cloud that is.

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The massive storm cloud? This is getting funny. Just like the Revis holdout, our QB controversy is 100% the creation of media speculation. Sanchez is starting. If he plays well and we're winning, he continues to start. If he sucks and we lose, he is benched. What a massive storm cloud that is.

THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A SCENARIO LIKES THIS IN THE HISTORY OF THE NFL. THE JETS ARE ABSOLUTELY INSANE FOR HAVING A BACK UP QB WHO CAN WIN FOOTBALL GAMES. ITS HUGE sh*t STORM OF DRAMA AND CONSPIRACY.

Just beat me to it. I now love you and all of your opinions from here on out

We should hug.

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THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A SCENARIO LIKES THIS IN THE HISTORY OF THE NFL. THE JETS ARE ABSOLUTELY INSANE FOR HAVING A BACK UP QB WHO CAN WIN FOOTBALL GAMES. ITS HUGE sh*t STORM OF DRAMA AND CONSPIRACY.

It's really quite ridiculous. I can't wait till we see a revolutionary offense created by the guy who brought the wildcat into the NFL where we have two qb's on the field at the same time. I would even love to see it in a hurry up fashion.

We should hug.

I think we just did. awwwwwwwwwwww

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THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A SCENARIO LIKES THIS IN THE HISTORY OF THE NFL. THE JETS ARE ABSOLUTELY INSANE FOR HAVING A BACK UP QB WHO CAN WIN FOOTBALL GAMES. ITS HUGE sh*t STORM OF DRAMA AND CONSPIRACY.

We should hug.

It's really quite ridiculous. I can't wait till we see a revolutionary offense created by the guy who brought the wildcat into the NFL where we have two qb's on the field at the same time. I would even love to see it in a hurry up fashion.

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I didn't even know that Brick could speak.

he's actually one of the smartest Jets. If not the smartest.

In a more general note we've seen 3 seasons under Rex, 2 good, 1 average (or bad, depending on your outlook). Evidence would suggest they have more good than bad in them. It's not that outlandish to say 2011 was the blip. In fact it's riskier to say the contrary.

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