did a smart thing in this situation? Jacksonville will probably take the most heat, especially from the fans and local media, for their role. However, from a football team making the smartest decision stand point, I think the Jaguars are definitely the winners. Take Denver first, they signed a 36 year old QB who is recovering from 4 neck surgeries. I think these injuries will eventually present a problem, maybe sooner than later. If Manning would have blown out a knee and had surgery, I don't think it would be too much of a problem for him to come back, being the drop back type QB he is. But a neck injury, like a shoulder or back injury, tend to cause more of a reoccuring problem, especially the older you get. Then they traded their former 1st round draft pick and their starting QB, who won a playoff game for them last year, and was also the NFL's most popular player, for a 4th round draft pick! Now look at the Jets, the biggest dysfunctional circus in the NFL, with perhaps the most fragile QB in the NFL, psyche wise, and now they're bringing in another circus by trading for Tebow. A locker room that is already divided, now has to handle a young guy gettin a large majority of the media coverage. Finally the Jags, who may have given an honest effort to get Tebow, probably mostly by the owner and not management, but in the end, did the smartest thing in order to let their 1st round investment Blaine Gabbert, develop under a new and almost assuredly improved coaching staff. To me its a no brainer, Jacksonville played their hand the best.