After Tim Tebow lead the Denver Broncos to seven wins and a playoff berth, the polarized Tebow had been dealt, along with a seventh round pick, to the New York Jets for a fourth round and sixth round pick.
The deeply religious Tebow wowed Denver fans and the NFL and grabbed the interest of the country during last season as he stepped in at QB for the Broncos in the seventh game of the season and led them from their 1-4 start to a 7-4 finish, the AFC West title at 8-8, and into the playoffs for the first time in six years.
Even after all that, Tebow helped the Broncos pull off a first-round upset against the defending AFC Champion Pittsburgh Steelers before ultimately falling to Tom Brady and the Patriots. Did the Broncos reward him? No. They signed Peyton Manning to a hefty five-year, $96 million contract.
The Jets recently announced that Mark Sanchez had been given a three-year extension on his current deal, and that leaves him with five years and $58.25 million left, $20.5 million of which is fully guaranteed.
This leads to today's Patch question.
Did the Jets make the right move in trading for Tim Tebow? Tell us in the comments.