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    F'ing D-Bags.




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    He torpedoed it himself by never learning to throw a proper tight spiral on a consistent basis, nor did he carve out a career as a tight end/fullback when he first had the chance. He could have potentially been a pro bowl gadget player like Kyle Juscyzk from the 49ers at that position, with the added bonus of being able to throw on trick plays. But no?! Just like Krapernick, Tebow was bent on being a top-tier starting quarterback, and wouldn't play in the NFL any other way. Finally ten years later he realizes the opportunity he missed out on but it's pretty much too late.

    20% chance at best he makes the Jaguars 53 man roster and maybe 50% for the practice squad, tbh.

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    https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/pag...hefter-10-spot

    "
    When this string of 3:16 facts was relayed to one NFL executive this week, he paused and said: "Is that right? I'm converting."


    That's how many people feel now. Tebow is winning more converts with each win. What Denver did in beating Pittsburgh behind Tebow was hard to imagine, but maybe it should not have been. The Broncos were the sixth team in NFL history to reach the postseason with a point differential of minus-50 or worse in the regular season -- and all six of those teams won their first playoff game.


    But -- and here's why Broncos fans should worry -- each of the previous five lost its second playoff game. Denver is trying to buck that trend Saturday night in New England against Tom Brady and the Patriots. If anyone is capable of doing it, it would seem to be Tebow, who has made history that no other player has. But this will be the biggest challenge of Tebow's career.


    People can argue about whether Tebow is a bona fide quarterback, whether these 3:16 numbers are accidental, but one fact is beyond argument.


    With Tebow as their starting quarterback this season, the Broncos are 8-4, including a wild-card win over the defending AFC champions. There's no arguing over who will be Denver's starting quarterback entering the 2012 season.
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    Hmmmmmm... that one sure aged well.

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    He torpedoed it himself by never learning to throw a proper tight spiral on a consistent basis, nor did he carve out a career as a tight end/fullback when he first had the chance. He could have potentially been a pro bowl gadget player like Kyle Juscyzk from the 49ers at that position, with the added bonus of being able to throw on trick plays. But no?! Just like Krapernick, Tebow was bent on being a top-tier starting quarterback, and wouldn't play in the NFL any other way. Finally ten years later he realizes the opportunity he missed out on but it's pretty much too late.

    20% chance at best he makes the Jaguars 53 man roster and maybe 50% for the practice squad, tbh.
    Regardless of whatever legitimate criticism should head Tebow's way / should've headed Tebow's way, it's obvious that the establishment has an agenda to obstruct Tebow.

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    Regardless of whatever legitimate criticism should head Tebow's way / should've headed Tebow's way, it's obvious that the establishment has an agenda to obstruct Tebow.
    Tebow and Kaepernick were both backup-grade quarterbacks who spearheaded their own fast track out of the NFL with their demands for s om or bust despite being average-at-best NFL quarterbacks. One just happens to be far left antifa and the other happens to be a far right evangelical. But kudos to Tebow for being the first of the two to actually try a different way instead of whining, albeit a few years too late.

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    that Christ loving got

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    He'll either be good enough to play or not. Nothing to see here.

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    yeah this is a crock of sh!t...it actually somewhat p*sses me off when I hear the media say you can't sign him because "hurr durr distraction!" when those [email protected] are the ones who created the distraction in the first place by talking about him ad nauseum 24/7 when he was last in the NFL just because of his faith?


    Media "Let's talk about this popular Christian guy nonstop because we'll get tons of views and ratings will soar! He hasn't really done anything out of line but we'll get clicks!"

    also media "Nooo can't sign Mr. Tebow, he's just too distracting. Everybody will get tired of the coverage and it will divide the locker room"

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    Tebow and Kaepernick were both backup-grade quarterbacks who spearheaded their own fast track out of the NFL with their demands for s om or bust despite being average-at-best NFL quarterbacks. One just happens to be far left antifa and the other happens to be a far right evangelical. But kudos to Tebow for being the first of the two to actually try a different way instead of whining, albeit a few years too late.
    Kaepernick decided being social justice diva was his career path. Did the NFL blackball him thereafter? It seems so, tbh. I'm not a Kaepernick fan; but I call it how it is.

    Tebow had a lot of development left to do when he stepped away. But the dude got his team to the championship game (as did Kaepernick). Both are worthy of consideration despite whatever media BS is said out there.

    And this is especially egregious, cos the media are crying that a former Heisman Trophy winner made a 90-man roster while they concede that JAX TE's caught all of two receptions last season.

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    Kaepernick decided being social justice diva was his career path. Did the NFL blackball him thereafter? It seems so, tbh. I'm not a Kaepernick fan; but I call it how it is.

    Tebow had a lot of development left to do when he stepped away. But the dude got his team to the championship game (as did Kaepernick). Both are worthy of consideration despite whatever media BS is said out there.

    And this is especially egregious, cos the media are crying that a former Heisman Trophy winner made a 90-man roster while they concede that JAX TE's caught all of two receptions last season.
    Well you answered your own question. Yes, he probably did get blackballed but can you blame the owners? Why go through the headache of signing someone who has so much negative attention to be your backup quarterback? Forget about the "WOKE" politics. Just from a business standpoint it doesn't make sense. Why the F would I sign one of the most unpopular players in NFL history just to hold a clipboard? So much drama for a player that will do nothing to actually help you win games....

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    Well you answered your own question. Yes, he probably did get blackballed but can you blame the owners? Why go through the headache of signing someone who has so much negative attention to be your backup quarterback? Forget about the "WOKE" politics. Just from a business standpoint it doesn't make sense. Why the F would I sign one of the most unpopular players in NFL history just to hold a clipboard? So much drama for a player that will do nothing to actually help you win games....
    On top of all that, he'll probably start drama saying he's been discriminated against because he wasn't given the chance to be the starter, even if the QB1 was black (i.e. Russell Wilson -- Seattle hasn't had a viable QB2 in roughly a decade).

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    Kaepernick decided being social justice diva was his career path. Did the NFL blackball him thereafter? It seems so, tbh. I'm not a Kaepernick fan; but I call it how it is.

    Tebow had a lot of development left to do when he stepped away. But the dude got his team to the championship game (as did Kaepernick). Both are worthy of consideration despite whatever media BS is said out there.

    And this is especially egregious, cos the media are crying that a former Heisman Trophy winner made a 90-man roster while they concede that JAX TE's caught all of two receptions last season.
    Well, if you want to be technical, Kaepernick (mainly his OL and defense) "got" his team to the Super Bowl, they fell a hair short of coming back and winning it, while Tebow simply scored a huge home upset against the defending AFC champion Stealers and then only made the divisional game where they mercifully got crushed by 40 or so points in New England.

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    On top of all that, he'll probably start drama saying he's been discriminated against because he wasn't given the chance to be the starter, even if the QB1 was black (i.e. Russell Wilson -- Seattle hasn't had a viable QB2 in roughly a decade).
    yep pretty much. Everyone knew he was going to be a pain in the a$$ and cry racism/woke/discrimination, etc ... when things didn't go his way. Like I said before, the kneeling during the national anthem was such a polarizing act that it wouldn't make sense to have him on my team just to hold a clipboard when I could pay Joe Schmoe much less to do the same thing with 1/10th the drama. Just because he's black and did that "WELL YOU CAN TELL EVERYBODYYYYYY" commercial, doesn't give him a right to be on an NFL roster IMO

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    yep pretty much. Everyone knew he was going to be a pain in the a$$ and cry racism/woke/discrimination, etc ... when things didn't go his way. Like I said before, the kneeling during the national anthem was such a polarizing act that it wouldn't make sense to have him on my team just to hold a clipboard when I could pay Joe Schmoe much less to do the same thing with 1/10th the drama. Just because he's black and did that "WELL YOU CAN TELL EVERYBODYYYYYY" commercial, doesn't give him a right to be on an NFL roster IMO
    He was adopted by a white family which makes him spearheading the BLM charge ten times awkwarder

    I think he was a decent guy until he met 'Nessa who is a radical black panther farrakhan-ite.

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    Kaepernick decided being social justice diva was his career path. Did the NFL blackball him thereafter? It seems so, tbh. I'm not a Kaepernick fan; but I call it how it is.

    Tebow had a lot of development left to do when he stepped away. But the dude got his team to the championship game (as did Kaepernick). Both are worthy of consideration despite whatever media BS is said out there.

    And this is especially egregious, cos the media are crying that a former Heisman Trophy winner made a 90-man roster while they concede that JAX TE's caught all of two receptions last season.
    tebow lost in the divisional round

    kaep made a superbowl

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    tebow lost in the divisional round

    kaep made a superbowl
    And ?

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    and the panthers were a team just like i told you they'd be

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    Kaepernick looked better than Tebow at the NFL level.
    But my point is you don't win a Heisman without having a certain level of talent.
    Media was throwing shade at white Christian all along because they had their orders.

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    Well, if you want to be technical, Kaepernick (mainly his OL and defense) "got" his team to the Super Bowl, they fell a hair short of coming back and winning it, while Tebow simply scored a huge home upset against the defending AFC champion Stealers and then only made the divisional game where they mercifully got crushed by 40 or so points in New England.
    NE was rubbing it in.


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    Kaepernick looked better than Tebow at the NFL level.
    But my point is you don't win a Heisman without having a certain level of talent.
    Media was throwing shade at white Christian all along because they had their orders.
    tebow is a college legend for sure

    he's like the jimmer of football

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    tebow is a college legend for sure

    he's like the jimmer of football
    I called it at the time that Tebow was over-rated in college and that he shouldn't get the Heisman.
    Media loved him when they were selling SEC like they always do.
    But then they got their marching orders. No covering the anti-abortion guy with a positive filter.

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    I called it at the time that Tebow was over-rated in college and that he shouldn't get the Heisman.
    Media loved him when they were selling SEC like they always do.
    But then they got their marching orders. No covering the anti-abortion guy with a positive filter.
    media was all over his nuts during his run tbh

    then he just couldn't hang on an NFL roster.

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    media was all over his nuts during his run tbh

    then he just couldn't hang on an NFL roster.
    Actually Jeremy Lin stole his thunder IMO. I think the rise of Linsanity coincided roughly with the Brady Beatdown of the final Tebow Broncos game.

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    I called it at the time that Tebow was over-rated in college and that he shouldn't get the Heisman.
    Media loved him when they were selling SEC like they always do.
    But then they got their marching orders. No covering the anti-abortion guy with a positive filter.


    rofl Tim Tebow shouldn't have won a Heisman? I'd love to hear your reasoning on DET one.

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