Projecting the Jets at QB

The circus that is the New York Jets' QB situation remained front and center in the NFL consciousness since last offseason, kicked off when the club acquired Tim Tebow in a move that was rightfully criticized at the time; those critics proved sage as Tebow was rarely used, and Mark Sanchez was reduced to a shell of his prior self perhaps in part due to the attention being paid his backup by both fans and media alike. The fact that No. 3 QB Greg McElroy had one of the more memorable wins of the season -- and was installed as the starter over both Sanchez and Tebow late in the campaign -- just underscores how wild of a situation this was in 2012. So will it be any better in 2013?