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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets Things View Post
    That's fn funny.
    Thank you, sir. I love that movie.
    Teblow out. Thank you, God.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagirt View Post
    ==ESPN groupthink believes that Tim Tebow should either move to the tight end position or be relegated to the CFL. In reality, Tebow is a solid starting quarterback. He makes things happen on the football field (but not in practice, duh, Jets), inspires teammates and just wins football games. After all, leading a mediocre Denver team to the playoffs (after Kyle Orton's horrific start with the same squad) and compiling 400 yards of offense against Dick LeBeau's defense in a postseason victory is no fluke. Tebow still has room for growth. A coach with a great imagination could run a highly successful offense with the former Gator. The problem with Tebow has very little to do with what he does on the field. The media creates such a distraction with him that it can hurt the team. Tebow needs to go to a small-market organization to avoid that. The Jaguars make all the sense in the world, as Tebow would be a colossal upgrade over either Blaine Gabbert or Chad Henne.
    He may be a good leader. Also, he might be effective if he took a time machine back to the thirties. But his skill set is a HORRIBLE match with the modern NFL. You can't complete less than 50% of your passes and even expect to make a team. It is a pass first league now (at least from the QB position) and he simply cannot do that.

    And by the way, good QBs rarely get screwed in the NFL. MOST teams seem to be looking for a good starter. There simply aren't enough to go around. If he was any good he would get a chance. But I suspect he won't ever start again. (And his skill set does not mesh with what teams want for a back-up either.) If he doesn't want to try tight end, I would expect that he will wind up in Canada, where he will be a big star and probably do okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagirt View Post
    ==ESPN groupthink believes that Tim Tebow should either move to the tight end position or be relegated to the CFL. In reality, Tebow is a solid starting quarterback. He makes things happen on the football field (but not in practice, duh, Jets), inspires teammates and just wins football games. After all, leading a mediocre Denver team to the playoffs (after Kyle Orton's horrific start with the same squad) and compiling 400 yards of offense against Dick LeBeau's defense in a postseason victory is no fluke. Tebow still has room for growth. A coach with a great imagination could run a highly successful offense with the former Gator. The problem with Tebow has very little to do with what he does on the field. The media creates such a distraction with him that it can hurt the team. Tebow needs to go to a small-market organization to avoid that. The Jaguars make all the sense in the world, as Tebow would be a colossal upgrade over either Blaine Gabbert or Chad Henne.
    Tim Tebow's record was directly related to the Broncos defense. He was 5-2 when the Broncos scored less than 20 points.

    Shredding one defense, in one game does make a good QB. The Broncos defense won Tebow a bunch of games, he didn't start for the Jets because he wasn't good enough. You can blame the Jets all you want, but the truth is. He wasn't a good QB with Denver, and he's not a good qb now.

    Similarly, John Skelton is not a good QB, despite going 5-2 when starting for Arizona in 2011.

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    Finally we are rid of Teblow! Now all that remains is getting rid of another subpar passer.

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