On One Front, Tebow Trade Already a Success

March 26, 2012 12:00 AM

On One Front, Tebow Trade Already a Success

" The easiest reason to explain why the Jets traded for Tim Tebow can be found on the shopping area of the NFL website.

That's where you can find Peyton Manning Broncos jerseys that look like something you'd see on some bootlegged table on Canal Street. Thanks to the NFL's expiring deal with Reebok, they had run out of blank Broncos jerseys before Manning signed with the team and that means they can only sell knockoffs that don't resemble the Broncos' old jerseys or the ones they'll wear when Nike takes over in a few weeks.

Why are they out of blank Broncos jerseys? Tebowmania, of course.

Tebow jerseys were the NFL's second-biggest seller this season and that left the cupboards bare in Denver when Manning came to town. There's no such trouble with the Jets, who had only Mark Sanchez among the top 20 sellers in the league and, therefore, have plenty of Tebow jerseys for sale right now "

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