The great part is that the scrub is going to get cut again and all these little Tebowites will be crying into their pillows once again. Love it.
As if that isn't important or that Tebow has a resume that shows how much better he is in games.
Here's a newsflash for you, Tebow sucks during games too. Here or in Denver.
That was Day 1, Tebow got the chance to talk to the media... for approximately one minute. Zero questions asked. No interviews with Tebow today, and the media trucks were gone. Two deflected questions to Belichick in his PC this morning was the full extent of "Tebowmania" today.
Man, you've jumped the shark and gone all the way to stupid, huh ?? Let's start from the bottom up.
From Boston.com (and just about any other news source reporting):
Now, perhaps math isn't your strongest or best subject, so allow me to help. 7 passes were thrown. He completed 4 of them. 2 of them (a couple) were dropped, meaning, they should have been caught. So, 4 that were caught, PLUS 2 that should have been caught EQUAL 6 catchable passes out of the 7 that were thrown.Tebow finally got some action in the final 10 minutes of practice, quarterbacking the third-team offense against the third-team defense. He completed 4-of-7 passes overall with a couple of drops
And yes, if a pass is "dropped", then it is considered to be the receiver's fault. Otherwise, it would just be an incomplete pass.
Now, on to the next point. What was being discussed was the supposed "circus". It was claimed by others that this "circus atmosphere" would be squelched by Belichick and the Pats. You opened your damned yap and begged to differ, citing the first freaking day when Tebow was signed.
As I stated, only a frakking moron wouldn't understand that their would of course be an increased media presence on day 1, that the question was whether or not Belichick nipped it in the bud that day or seriously dampened it.
But nope, you doubled down on stupid and made yet another silly assed post and have compounded that with another.
Look, I can't keep you from running your mouth and making yourself look like an idiot. You are of course free to continue to do so. So far, you've done a very good job of it.
You're making the mistake of presuming that the only thing that Rex took into account is "who gave them the best chance to win".
I mean, it would look awfully foolish if he finally decided to put Tebow in and Tebow ended up doing exactly what he did in Denver. Then the questions would really start, first one being "Rex, WTF, why did you wait so long?"
Putting in McElroy was the safest thing to do at that moment.
Seriously, ask yourself, who had shown more? McElroy, in very limited time in a couple of preseason games, someone who had never thrown a pass in a regular season NFL game, or Tim Tebow, who had better passing stats in his first 16 starts than Sanchez had, Tebow, who took over a 1-4 team and went 7-4 with them to earn a playoff birth followed by a playoff victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
There's no way McElroy could have showed enough in practice to warrant starting ahead of Tebow.
He's also making the mistake of assuming anything Rex does or says matters.
Rex is an awful head coach who has no idea what he's doing.
He should be gone.
But he's not.
So his opinion on any player after last season is to me completely irrelevant.
Also, Belichick is a lot better than Rex Ryan. Not a little. A lot. Like one is going to the hall of fame on a path littered with rose pedals and one is going to to be a coordinator or hang it up.
If Tebow makes New England's roster, it means Belichick has a plan, and if that's the case, what our circus-master did with him in 2012 will a moot point because our head coach is an idiot.
"I want to be an attack team. I want to attack on all sides of the ball. I'm just going to attack all the time."
Ok, Rex, let's just try to get the play off before the play clock hits zero this year.
Here's a quote concerning Belichick on the matter:
"Coach [Bill] Belichick always used to say, 'I don't give a s--- about our defense giving up yards; all I care about is scoring defense, turnovers and the red zone,'" Woody said. "That's really the key to football. A lot of coaches pound their chest and say, 'I've got the No. 1 defense.'
"That number doesn't mean anything."
For example, I believe the Jets had yet another "top 10" rated defense last year, yet they gave up 375 pts while the Pats defense only gave up 331.
Stats are nice, but you really need to discern which stats truly matter. It's kind of like how it's often the case that QBs with higher passing yards in a game are on the losing end. Yards gained don't determine the outcome of the game, rather, points on the board do.
Rex Ryan is an awful head coach. He needs to be under a real head coach, not pretending to be one himself.
Sorry I hate Rex and any Jet fan who wants to win should to.
And stop with it already. Belichick is the best HC in football and we all know he is.
Tebow will be on the final 53, no doubt. Here's hoping he "accidentally" trucks the trucculent buffoon when angling out of bounds.
Ryan is a classless slob who lacks integrity. Unfortunately for the Jets, the organization now mirrors that.
I hope NE punishes the Jets with extreme malice.
you nailed it....closet patriots fan....there are quite a few of them trolling this board.....seeing the day to day idiotic comments. Like bellychick have never made bad decisions like going for it in their territory on 4th down vs the colts.......they claim to be jets fan yet they sound like they are carrying bellichicks scrotum strap on a daily basis.
The last 2 years and this one will be telling for Rex. From what I understand, he inherited a pretty decent squad from Mangini. Seems that as you get further away from what he inherited, his record has gotten worse.If your favorite coach is so good why has he continued to get beat in the playoffs almost always at home, since they were always the favorite.. Rex's team has always been the underdog in every playoff game.. Give Rex a decent qb, and he would have won 2 superbowls.. Give him Brady and he would Sh.it on belicheck and everyone else every yr.. Picking Brady in the 6th round made belicheck the luckiest coach in history of nfl..