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Thread: Tebow is the best QB for this team

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman View Post
    Tebow makes plays behind a crappy OL. He turned nothing into something several times last night, in situations where Sanchez would have gotten sacked. Yeah, his throwing mechanics stink. But to be fair, let's see him with the starters. That would be interesting.
    said differently, tebow is the better option when the offensive line stinks. if the jets had a good o-line that gave qbs time, sanchez would be the better qb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    How can you even manage to type with your hands so firmly wrapped around Tebow's penis?
    His hands are free. It's his mouth, stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcat View Post
    His hands are free. It's his mouth, stupid.
    I think his love goes deeper than that. I am pretty sure he can not sit down to type those pearls of wisdom that he does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    How can you even manage to type with your hands so firmly wrapped around Tebow's penis?
    Its you who cant wake up and see the light. Sanchez looks scared he cant run the Jets offense. Tebow clearly out played him last night. Our right RT spot is still a mess and Couples is gonna be a force to deal with this season
    Trufant will make the team and Posey #21 got some pep in his step. #17 White is a suspect, #77 Heyer didnt play good he missed a few block

    NEW YORK JETS offensive line have a lot of work to do. LETS GO JETS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    said differently, tebow is the better option when the offensive line stinks. if the jets had a good o-line that gave qbs time, sanchez would be the better qb.
    Exactly. The same way Tebow was the better QB for the Broncos last year. Behind a good O-Line Orton would be a way better choice than Tebow and Sanchez. But it's much easier to switch QB's instead of trying to fix every other position. Which is something Sanchez needs in order to be successful.

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    Sanchez has no problem throwing the ball deep, that is just a silly argument and we shouldn't waste anymore time on it. However, the argument that Tebow can better withstand the constant duress of the O-Line sucking does have some legitimacy.

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    AAAAARRRRGHHHH! Can someone PLEASE start a Tebow is god blog on the inter webz so these clowns can go there to post this crap? Sure he looked good against the 2s. Sure he's fun to watch when bowling over DBs. But FOR THE LOVE OF TEBOW he's not a better starting option than Sanchez.....thank you for your time, my rant is over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastineau99 View Post
    Sanchez has no problem throwing the ball deep, that is just a silly argument and we shouldn't waste anymore time on it. However, the argument that Tebow can better withstand the constant duress of the O-Line sucking does have some legitimacy.
    It doesnt matter who the QB is if the O line is going to be bad. The fact that Tebow can take a beating and scramble is not going to make this a playoff team. The O line has to play better for this season to be any kind of success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechJet View Post
    Its you who cant wake up and see the light. Sanchez looks scared he cant run the Jets offense. Tebow clearly out played him last night. Our right RT spot is still a mess and Couples is gonna be a force to deal with this season
    Trufant will make the team and Posey #21 got some pep in his step. #17 White is a suspect, #77 Heyer didnt play good he missed a few block

    NEW YORK JETS offensive line have a lot of work to do. LETS GO JETS.
    Your post is okay, except for these ridiculous statements. Sanchez had no time out there, but had one drop and one throw away, and no mistakes. Our RT didn't play. Trufant was the worst defensive player in the game. Tebow is our best RB but he can't throw. The completions he made should have gotten the receivers killed. White has never returned a kick before. He looked like he settled down by the end of the night. Heyer didn't play well

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    foolish talk. first off it's preseason. secondly, last season showed that tebow can be schemed for. his game does not work for the full 60 minutes and if he does start, it will be a very long season. sanchez needs to get into a rhythm and 6 pass attempts in preseason doesn't mean anything. finally, i didn't watch the game, but of his completions it all depends if they were designed plays or if he was dumping off. the bottom line is sanchez still needs to be the starter with tebow coming in for changeup type plays. and tebow will have a positive effect on this offense.

    Quote Originally Posted by DaBallhawk View Post
    This case has been made before the game of course and the game actually showed and confirmed it. Sanchez will not take this team anywhere, he can't throw the ball downfield, which is kind of pointless when you have two elite deep threats like Holmes & Hill. Tebow stretches the field and we'll see a lot more bigplays at WR with him at QB. Sanchez struggles bigtime when he's under pressure. Which is not gonna change of course because this O-Line isn't gonna turn into a Pro Bowl type unit within a few games. Tebow however still makes bigplays with his legs and gets first downs when Sanchez would have been sacked and maybe even turned the ball over. Don't kid yourselfs thinking this O-Line is gonna get any better.

    We still have 3 more games to evaluate these two but if those end the way the Bengals game ended there's no reason why Sanchez should be the starter in week 1 unless you want to see this team go 5-11...

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    Tebo isn't even a better than average quarterback in the CFL or the Arena League

    good running fullback, though

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    Let him play with the starters and let's see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sec.101row23 View Post
    The fact that Tebow can take a beating and scramble is not going to make this a playoff team.
    It worked in Denver. And Sanchez for sure won't help this team make the playoffs if the O-Line doesn't become elite overnight. So we might as well give it a shot if Sanchez starts 1-3 or 2-3.

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    Tebow will be the best QB for any game in which the opposing secondary has no arms.

    We may also consider starting him in games where the wind is expected to exceed 90 mph.

    Other than that, we need a real QB.

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    It's very telling when a team uses a 1st round pick on a player and then is willing to trade him for a 4th rounder two years later.

    We saw last night exactly what Denver already knows. Tim Tebow....nice guy, good scrambler, can't pass a football.

    Last edited by jetstream23; 08-11-2012 at 09:24 AM.

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    Tebow played half the game and his numbers were almost identical to Sanchez 1 quater minus his interception. Because he took off running a couple times you think that's gonna lead us to the Superbowl? Think about Denver vs New England and that's all you need to known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23 View Post
    It's very telling when a team uses a 1st round pick on a player and then is willing to trade him for a 4th rounder two years later.
    Sanchez at this point might not even be worth a 6th rounder...

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    Quote Originally Posted by augustiniak View Post
    said differently, tebow is the better option when the offensive line stinks. if the jets had a good o-line that gave qbs time, sanchez would be the better qb.
    Agree. Tebow sets up and throws the screen better, and also can buy time and throw a better, more accurate deep ball... You add in his running ability and ability to gain huge chunks to the Jets philosophy of ground and point (running the ball 65% or more)...

    Plus the fact that the Jets have no WR's, some holes in their oline, poor pass blocking TE's...

    People hate to hear this here, but he really could be a better option va Sanchez for this team.

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    Looking forward to seeing how this thread progresses. Some potential here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsterxman View Post
    Agree. Tebow sets up and throws the screen better, and also can buy time and throw a better, more accurate deep ball... You add in his running ability and ability to gain huge chunks to the Jets philosophy of ground and point (running the ball 65% or more)...

    Plus the fact that the Jets have no WR's, some holes in their oline, poor pass blocking TE's...

    People hate to hear this here, but he really could be a better option va Sanchez for this team.
    if that's the case then the team is constructed poorly. the run blocking stunk too. forget about pass protection, they can't pound it either. they're going to be forced to throw more than they think.

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