I think timmy deserves at least 20 snaps a game, more once the season progresses and he learns the system up there. He's a winner and a starting QB in the NFL U.O.E.N.O. Now that NE has timmy I'm going to join demo9 and the rest of the timtebowfanforum and become a devout tebowite to spread the message all over the internet
A probowl tight end? Have you seen him run routes and catch? The guy is a great athlete, but his brand of athleticism really only fits in a running QB or special teams role which I'm sure Belichick will keep him limited to.
BTW I haven't read most of this thread, but any Patriots fan supporting this (at least on this board) is LOL hypocritical.
No I'm just saying he's got about the size to be a TE, maybe about the size of a Dennis Pitta over in Baltimore, a Vernon Davis in San Fran, or if they put another 10-15 pound on him he'd be like an Antonio Gates sized player at TE I guess.
The Pats will find a way to make a weapon of him that's for sure. Like they found a way to make a weapon of Danny Woodhead when we couldn't seem to do it. I dunno... this is somehow bad for us but I don't know how.
the funniest part will be all the tebow cult moaning, after he is cut at the end of the season, how he was misused by that mean old Belichick and the Patriots who didn't know what do do with a sensational proven winner such as Saint Timmy
* Brady is not coming off the field for anyone. He's made everyone around him a better player. He is their best player.
* Tebow is a lousy QB, but a very good football player. His strongest skill is picking a spot and running through it. He is also very athletic and a strong team player.
* It remains to be seen, but Tebow may be able to line-up in 3 (not including QB) offensive skill positions and bring a dimension that opposing defenses haven't seen or will have difficulty adjusting to.
Nothing is expected from Tebow - he's disposable. On the other hand, there is a lot of topside he could not have achieved with Denver or NYJ
How does the son of Jebus end up with the spawn of Satan?
On April 29th, Timothy Tebow was asked to remove himself from his place of employment; that request came from his General Manager. Deep down, he knew the Jets were right, but he also knew that some day he would return to them. With nowhere else to go, he appeared at the home of his arch nemesis, Bill Belichick. Several decades earlier, Bellichecks General Manager had thrown HIM out, requesting that HE never return. Can two disgraced men share a franchise spotlight without driving each other crazy?