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If this keeps up Tebow could break at least 1 record as a QB. He could become the most traded QB in history.
I just hope Jacksonville is bringing him in and preparing him to win games and not just to be a spectacle for the fans. I like Tebow and think he needs a real chance at proving just how good he is.
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Tebow is a bad passer since going to the NFL..What chaps my backside..Is when we played him & lost in the SEC Championship Game the 1st time..Dude was passing the ball surgical precision it seemed..He made some passes I doubt Joe Motana could've made..He earned my respect as a passer that game..
TT can always make good his threat, and try to get traded.
If that don't work he can always go into 'Evangelism'...
(He is pretty good at that)
Posters have mentioned the fact almost any team will have to re-tool their Offense
around Tebow, for success. (Like Fl. did...)
Tim is a pretty good 'Wildcat QB', but he's not a 'Pro Style QB'. That's his problem.
I view that like a good heavy weight fighter with a 'Glass Jaw'... He has his LIMITATIONS.
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The Jag's stink and aren't even close to being competitive.
Why not give the guy a real shot to see if he can make it as a QB in the NFL. The Jet's created this circus, the best thing Tebow can do is get out of town quick, fast and in a hurry.
I just don't see how anyone can say that he's good enough as a passer to make it in the NFL. In college? Yes, he was a legend.
It's not just his delivery. You can tell when he drops back that he has no clue what he's doing. He then turns to improvisation which 90% of the time against NFL speed, gets crushed.
The run in Denver last season was lightning in the bottle. Winning games at the end after looking like horse manure for 58 minutes is not a successful long term strategy.
And I don't believe there is an RGIII in this year's draft either.
What do they really have to lose?
And people worry that he will set the franchise back? puh---leeze, I live here, they can't get no further back.
The Jag's can't give enough tickets away on Sunday to fill up that stadium.