Attorney Joe Ferretti was born on August 7, 1961. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1984 and the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1987. He was previously employed by Steptoe & Johnson as a litigation associate from 1987 to 1992. Joe founded Hammer, Ferretti & Schiavoni in 1992. His personal interests include golf, fly fishing and biking. Joe has also helped Sports Radio 1340 WEPM for 8 years as a regular co-host of Panhandle Live and for the past three seasons as a color analyst of all of Sports Radio 1340 WEPM High School Football Games.
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It had to come to this
by Joe Ferretti,posted Oct 10 2012 6:13PM
If you follow the NFL you are probably among many who are already sick of the Mark Sanchez/Tim Tebow coverage. The minute the Jets signed Tebow I thought this will be a circus. They appear to be ordering the circus tent now.
I don't think either QB is very good. Tebow is not a NFL quarterback. In a league where all recent rule developments favor passing, a qb best known for his passing inadequacies seems to be a bad fit. Even to the untrained eye his mechanics are a mess. I recall seeing him in a high school allstar game and even then he was primarily a running back who occasionally threw the ball.
Sanchez has some capabilities but I submit you cannot judge him currently given the lack of any credible WR threat. Until the Jets discover a running game to compliment a few good receivers (and they have neither), the jury will remain out on Sanchez.
I will admit one thing. Woody Johnson, the owner, is a genius. He has part of the nation and a large number of his fans still interested in a mediocre team due to the Tebow story. It was his hedge against a poorly developing season. These owners are billionaires for a reason.