Originally posted by 24plus25er:
Anyone who thinks Tebow is going to play in Canada is crazy. He is a better Qb than Ponder, Palmer, Weeden, and Gabbert. He may not have the best mechanics but he can win games with his arm and legs. Someone will gamble on him.
oh those damn sports analysts on TV who played professionally and suggested he go to Canada for a year to show he can play, they are CRAZY you hear me!! This guy says so and he is better than Weeden!
Originally posted by Rubberneck36: oh those damn sports analysts on TV who played professionally and suggested he go to Canada for a year to show he can play, they are CRAZY you hear me!! This guy says so and he is better than Weeden!
Really your going to trumpet the former player turned TV analyst???? Not exactly the most distinguished group....
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
he's better than no one. not even jamarcus russell
Tell that to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tebow is a very gifted athlete who wound up playing for coaches, both in college and the pros, who were not able to train him in the fundamentals of footwork and throwing the football. I am not at all impressed with the "highlights" of his time with the Jets. Rex Ryan should have been fired last year. He has no clue. Tebow did some great things with the Broncos despite having very little useful coaching there. I hope he gets a shot with someone who can coach him up properly.
Except they almost tripped overthemselves to hurry and give a press conference, reiterating as their new GM has previously stated, that they have NO interest in Tebow. They don't want any part of that circus.
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