NEW YORK — Chaotic, arrogant, sometimes even crass.
And if you think the New York Jets are bad, you should see their fans.
Welcome to The Big Apple, Tim Tebow. If you can make it there ... well, let’s just say the attention you received in Denver — the obsessing over your throwing technique, what kind of teammate you were, your religious beliefs, your musical preferences, where you went for dinner and, yes, even your Tebowing — will seem like a quick once-over compared to the microscope you’ll be under in Manhattan.
“I think it’s a great market; it’s a great city,” Tebow said late Wednesday night.
Better watch what you wish for.