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Old 01-02-2012, 10:50 AM
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If I were running the Broncos, I would just release Tim Tebow after the playoffs. His run of victories is over, and he has no potential to be an NFL quarterback. Not even a backup. But, as long as he is a backup, there will be people who want him to start. So, eliminate the problem by cutting him.
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:33 PM
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The state of Colorado just converted its time zone from Mountain Time to Tebow Time.-ESPN
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Old 01-10-2012, 07:15 AM
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COOL!

I watched the entire game Sunday. It started off dismal for Tim, with the 3 and outs.

It was a great game, with several momentum shifts. Congratulations to the Broncos and Tebow.

Let's face it; we know why people dislike Tebow. But, it seems he really has the support of his team mates.

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Well, the Saints-49ers game was incredible!!

And Tebow just doesn't have bad games--He has games that are totally a waste. I'd still release him. They have tried for two years to teach him to throw correctly, and he can't do it.
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Guess he didn't pray enough.
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Old 01-15-2012, 09:21 PM
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Wow, two more great games today (Sunday). Houston gave it a great try, but came up short at Baltimore. And Green Bay gets beaten at home by New York.

Next week; New York at San Francisco, and Baltimore at New England. I'll be watching.
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Old 01-16-2012, 04:02 PM
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Tebow earns starting status for 2012

http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/D...-season-011612
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Old 01-16-2012, 11:03 PM
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Wow, what a quarterback controversy!! Again, I am not one who thinks he can be a good NFL quarterback.

He is a great runner for a quarterback. And he has a very strong arm, even if his release takes half an hour. And the "intangibles!" (Well, when people talk about intangibles, there is a reason. If you think someone is good, but there is no proof, then assume that he is good at something that can't be measured. And he does seem to have a lot of support among his teammates.)
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Guess he didn't pray enough.
When I was a kid,my grandfather took me to see some boxing matches.
I noticed that each boxer made the sign of the cross before the bout started.
I asked my grandfather what that meant.
His reply was...."Not a damn thing if he can't fight."
That seems to sum up Timmy.His whole gimmick (just like our politicians)
was to improperly use faith as a career booster.
I don't think God likes being used in that way.
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Old 08-28-2013, 03:36 PM
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When I was a kid,my grandfather took me to see some boxing matches.
I noticed that each boxer made the sign of the cross before the bout started.
I asked my grandfather what that meant.
His reply was...."Not a damn thing if he can't fight."
That seems to sum up Timmy.His whole gimmick (just like our politicians)
was to improperly use faith as a career booster.
I don't think God likes being used in that way.
In my honest humble opinion, I think your post is pathetic. Inaccurate. Makes no sense.

His outspoken faith has hurt him, not that it matters. I guess Cassius Clay was wrong, too, unless how far you get in sports is the deciding factor in how outspoken about your faith you can be.

I thought intolerance wasn't to be tolerated. lol

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