**** tebow up his allegedly virgin ass.
Obviously you do.I don't care what his faith is.
Except the NFL is full of Christians, some very open about it, and yet none of them have been pushed out of the league, thus nullifying your ill informed argument.He could be a Jew with a star of David on his uniform and I wouldn't care, UNTIL someone tried to oust him from the league over it!
We JETS Fans don't care about Tebow or his faith now. He's gone.And that's exactly what you morons are trying to do with this kid.
It's only you Tebowites, worshiping your false idol, that seem to be holding on.
Again, perhaps you need to move along to whatever team or league forum Tebow will be playing for next year.
I hear "OmahaBeefInsider" is looking for posters.
Tim Tebow's career passer rating is 75.3
Mark Sanchez is 71.7
Andrew Luck's what 76.5 last year.
Tebow's completion percentage was only 46.7 in 2011 but he stepped into the job when the Broncos were 1-4 and got sacked 33 times in 11 games, which I think was the highest sack percentage in the NFL that year.
Time to grow up and get de-brainwashed already. The kid could be a good player if he's actually given a chance.
Uh, clown... I've probably been a Jets fan at least as long as you and probably longer. I realize you have nothing against Tebow, he's just the latest player to be torn to shreds by impatient Jets fans (remember Pennington and the cheers when he went down? Remember Clemens getting thrown to the lions in the arena? Sure you do, you were there).
All I'm waiting for is Geno Smith to have a bad game or two and you'll turn on him like wolves and rip him to shreds too. No patience and no class, the hallmarks of Jets fans since time in memoriam.
If Tebow's career is over he has only himself to blame for it. He's a great athlete, he just isn't a QB and likely never will be. If he had been willing to just play what the CS wanted him to play, he'd be a fixture on an NFL roster already. He just has this unhealthy insistence of wanting to be a QB.
1. Tebow is a non-Traditional QB with minimal passing skills and a poor throwing motion.
2. Tebow, to potentially thrive, would require an entire offense to be built around his specific skillset.
3. Tim Tebow comes with a massive fan and media hype-machine that is a distraction to the team.
4. No NFL GM is going to risk his career aquiring a QB that to have ANY chance of winning requires the replacement and aquisition of 10 other players suited specificly to supporting Tebow, a Coach and O-Co willing to suffer through that transition, and the media and fan yammering that goes along with it.
5. His faith, the same faith shared by a majority of players in NFL right now, is a non-issue. It's the obsessive compulsive borderline insane "fans" that share his faith and see Tebow not as a human being and player, but as some kind of Religious-Political totem or idol to be worshiped and pushed forward to represent all the downtrodden and descriminated Christians in America today.
6. Your posts thus far only serve to reinforce the sterotype most of us have about Tebow Fans.
This has nothing to do with typical fan lack of patience. There was nothing to have patience with, Tebow was never the QB of the New York Jets and was never going to be. He had a chance to impress the staff, and he did not, a point made clear when Rex choose to start McEljoke over Tebow. Thats not on fans, not on Rex, that is on Tim Tebow and Tim Tebow alone. He is simply not good enough to win a QB job in this league, because he is not a typical QB.
It is very easy to say "take a risk" oN tebow when it's not your money, job or team on the line, and you enjoy the emdia/fan frenxy over Tebow rather than see it as the team-killing distraction it is.
Any team who brings Tebow on would oso as a flier, and as a backup. Any any team that does that is signing up for the crush of fans we got when Tebow was signed, all demnding Tebow, Tebow, Tebow.
I liek Tim Tebow, I think he's an excellent role model. I'd be proud to have him represent the NY Jets, even if I disagree whole heartedly with his faith. I wish he wasn't such an odd duck QB, but he is. And I wish he didn't come with the massive baggage of ido worship and expectation, but he does.
Proclaiming every GM in the NFL to be a bigoted hateful coward does not serve Tim tebow, it serves his detractors. It shows, clearly, that many of his fans see this as about more than football, more than on-field play, but as a Religious Crusade.
And again, given who and what Tebow is and can do, no NFL GM is going to risk their job on that hand. Rightfully so.
Last edited by Churchill; 05-14-2013 at 03:04 PM.
WTF?! WHY are you Tebowites still here?!
And NOBODY HATES HIM BECAUSE HE IS A "CHRISTIAN" (which I personally do not consider him to be)
NOBODY LIKES HIM BECAUSE HE FVCKING SUCKS AND WAS A COMPLETE WASTE OF A ROSTER SPOT!
Fvcking psycho stalkers! That's what you Tebow fans are like!
So if an NFL team wants to go with Tebow, they need to do so with the commitment that they will need to completely overhaul their philosophy on offense to one that has shown in the past to not be effective. You can not run an option offense in the NFL with the legitimate threat off a pass. You can not without it. Tebow does not pose that threat. This is why 58 minutes of most games he played he looked out an out horrible. You can not sustain that kind of football. All sorts of anomolys happen in the NFL over short periods of time, but there is not one coach or GM that is going to put THEIR job on the line completely overhauling their team and philosophy to accomodate Tim's style. Either Tim starts truly learning to throw the ball in some form that nearly resembles an NFL QB or he will not be playing in the NFL. Period.