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Old 11-08-2012, 07:05 AM
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Default Tebow is in too good of shape to play QB/

That's the latest excuse from the fans of "God's QB".


http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/t...ting-QB-110712

Most critics would agree that the area where Tebow needs help is his throwing motion. He takes a while to wind up to pass, resulting in occasional fumbles and poor timing with receivers. His accuracy has also been a major issue.

But while Tebow spent some time in his free months last offseason working on his passing, he also made curious choices in his other workouts — choices that may make have helped his halfback-style game he popularized as a college star, but not as the NFL passer that Tebow says he wants to be.

Tebow weighed 238 pounds in 2011 with the Broncos — pretty big for a quarterback — and spent this offseason beefing up even more.

The reason Tebow reportedly added the weight, according to the Wall Street Journal, was that he thought he had to be bigger and stronger to take hits under center.


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Tebow now weighs 250 pounds — and that has some NFL people worried that he won’t be much of a passing QB anymore. Historically, quarterbacks haven’t been that big, and the ones that have — Daunte Culpepper, JaMarcus Russell and Byron Leftwich — haven’t endured that well in the league. The thinking goes that adding all that size cuts down on precision and flexibility


Er...no.

He doesn't have a decent throwing motion. Period. And he never will at this point.
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That's the latest excuse from the fans of "God's QB".


http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/t...ting-QB-110712

Most critics would agree that the area where Tebow needs help is his throwing motion. He takes a while to wind up to pass, resulting in occasional fumbles and poor timing with receivers. His accuracy has also been a major issue.

But while Tebow spent some time in his free months last offseason working on his passing, he also made curious choices in his other workouts — choices that may make have helped his halfback-style game he popularized as a college star, but not as the NFL passer that Tebow says he wants to be.

Tebow weighed 238 pounds in 2011 with the Broncos — pretty big for a quarterback — and spent this offseason beefing up even more.

The reason Tebow reportedly added the weight, according to the Wall Street Journal, was that he thought he had to be bigger and stronger to take hits under center.


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Tebow now weighs 250 pounds — and that has some NFL people worried that he won’t be much of a passing QB anymore. Historically, quarterbacks haven’t been that big, and the ones that have — Daunte Culpepper, JaMarcus Russell and Byron Leftwich — haven’t endured that well in the league. The thinking goes that adding all that size cuts down on precision and flexibility


Er...no.

He doesn't have a decent throwing motion. Period. And he never will at this point.

What is he trying to do, become like Ben?
The kid can get as big as Ben, but he is never, ever going to come close as far as QB skills go. Have a few Big Macs on me Tebow.
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What is he trying to do, become like Ben?
The kid can get as big as Ben, but he is never, ever going to come close as far as QB skills go. Have a few Big Macs on me Tebow.
Big Ben could never be like Tebow either.
I would imagine Tebow respects women.
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Big Ben could never be like Tebow either.
I would imagine Tebow respects women.
So much so that he won't go out with one.
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no tebow's problem is he can't throw
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Id take Tebow over Grad 7 days a week.... at least with Tim we can at least enjoy watching the game.... Grad is like watching a has been going throught the motions.
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That's the latest excuse from the fans of "God's QB".


http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/t...ting-QB-110712

Most critics would agree that the area where Tebow needs help is his throwing motion. He takes a while to wind up to pass, resulting in occasional fumbles and poor timing with receivers. His accuracy has also been a major issue.

But while Tebow spent some time in his free months last offseason working on his passing, he also made curious choices in his other workouts — choices that may make have helped his halfback-style game he popularized as a college star, but not as the NFL passer that Tebow says he wants to be.

Tebow weighed 238 pounds in 2011 with the Broncos — pretty big for a quarterback — and spent this offseason beefing up even more.

The reason Tebow reportedly added the weight, according to the Wall Street Journal, was that he thought he had to be bigger and stronger to take hits under center.


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Tebow now weighs 250 pounds — and that has some NFL people worried that he won’t be much of a passing QB anymore. Historically, quarterbacks haven’t been that big, and the ones that have — Daunte Culpepper, JaMarcus Russell and Byron Leftwich — haven’t endured that well in the league. The thinking goes that adding all that size cuts down on precision and flexibility


Er...no.

He doesn't have a decent throwing motion. Period. And he never will at this point.
Tebow is a complete idiot IMO. His problems at QB are mechanical... i.e. "fixable". His motion is too wide, his arms drop too low, his footwork is screwed up, etc. This crap is fixable. And how long has he been in the league and has made almost zero progress on any of this? Too long. There is not a backup QB in the league that would turn down the opportunities he has been given. But he has squandered his opportunities by not focusing on what he needs to do to improve. Tell me this guy doesn't make enough my to hire a private professional coach to fix his mechanical problems.
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What is he trying to do, become like Ben?
The kid can get as big as Ben, but he is never, ever going to come close as far as QB skills go. Have a few Big Macs on me Tebow.
I give Ben credit for the work he has put in. He came in as the Golden Boy rookie with a bunch of wins under his belt (and a few coeds as well). But he has tried to improve every year.
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Tim Tebow has a 7-4 record as an NFL starting quarterback ...
And carried the Denver Broncos to their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005... What a loser ;-)
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Tim Tebow has a 7-4 record as an NFL starting quarterback ...
And carried the Denver Broncos to their first AFC West title and first playoff game since 2005... What a loser ;-)
Tell me he's not more fun to watch then Bruce Gradkowski and I will call you a liar to your face. I agree he gets no credit for what he did in Denver, the defense and John Elway apparently were responsible for that litttle miracle.
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Tell me he's not more fun to watch then Bruce Gradkowski and I will call you a liar to your face. I agree he gets no credit for what he did in Denver, the defense and John Elway apparently were responsible for that litttle miracle.
The defense was responsible actually.
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The defense was responsible actually.
Who was responsible for all the wins this year? And lack of a playoff win?
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Who was responsible for all the wins this year? And lack of a playoff win?
Marvin Lewis?
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That's the latest excuse from the fans of "God's QB".


http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/t...ting-QB-110712

Most critics would agree that the area where Tebow needs help is his throwing motion. He takes a while to wind up to pass, resulting in occasional fumbles and poor timing with receivers. His accuracy has also been a major issue.

But while Tebow spent some time in his free months last offseason working on his passing, he also made curious choices in his other workouts — choices that may make have helped his halfback-style game he popularized as a college star, but not as the NFL passer that Tebow says he wants to be.

Tebow weighed 238 pounds in 2011 with the Broncos — pretty big for a quarterback — and spent this offseason beefing up even more.

The reason Tebow reportedly added the weight, according to the Wall Street Journal, was that he thought he had to be bigger and stronger to take hits under center.


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Tebow now weighs 250 pounds — and that has some NFL people worried that he won’t be much of a passing QB anymore. Historically, quarterbacks haven’t been that big, and the ones that have — Daunte Culpepper, JaMarcus Russell and Byron Leftwich — haven’t endured that well in the league. The thinking goes that adding all that size cuts down on precision and flexibility


Er...no.

He doesn't have a decent throwing motion. Period. And he never will at this point.
Sign him as a TE.
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The defense was responsible actually.
As well they should be
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