let my Tebow go

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let my Tebow go

Postby fun gus » Wed Dec 19, 2012 2:19 pm

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Re: let my Tebow go

Postby DaveWaz » Wed Dec 19, 2012 2:41 pm

I can't fathom why the Jets signed Tebow, they made virtually no attempt to use him, and when Sanchez struggled they never brought him in? What was the point? I guess the owner and coach love to see themselves on the news. Bunch of losers :rofl:
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Re: let my Tebow go

Postby Yulin » Thu Dec 20, 2012 12:43 am

I get the feeling this was the owner making the decision to bring him in, and the coach going "Over my dead body..."
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Re: let my Tebow go

Postby fun gus » Thu Dec 20, 2012 1:46 pm

If I am the Patriots, I make a move this offseason. I think the Jets have to eat his contract, right? So he goes to New England. Reunites Tim with Josh McDaniels. Turn him loose as a TE or a HB in that offense, and look out.

He's never going to be a decent franchise, full time QB starter. But give him to Belichiks and JM, and he could be a nety positive.

But I think JM goes to the Browns.

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Re: let my Tebow go

Postby Pudge » Fri Dec 21, 2012 10:59 am

Tebow is years away from moving to a new position. Given his success in 2011, he'll probably need at least 2 failed full seasons as a starter before he's willing to give up his hopes/dreams of being a starting NFL QB. And I don't see anyone giving him that chance.

What's fascinating to me is that the exact style of play that Rex wants to have in NY is the exact type that Tebow potentially brings to the table.
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