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The Jacksonville Jaguars should sign Tim Tebow!

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We need Tebow

United States

#1 Sep 17, 2013
The Jaguars should sign Tim Tebow. Tim elevates the players around him. He brings publicity and excitement to the team. He is a winner.
SIGN TIM TEBOW!!!!
Truth Hurts

Jacksonville, FL

#2 Sep 19, 2013
We need Tebow wrote:
The Jaguars should sign Tim Tebow. Tim elevates the players around him. He brings publicity and excitement to the team. He is a winner.
SIGN TIM TEBOW!!!!
Tebow will only get his legs and knees broke and his head concussed behind that awful Jaguar Offensive line and when he is given time he has a bunch of broken down hasbeens, not ready and may never be ready inexperienced players, and constantly suspended clowns at his skill positions. Andy Reid and the KC Chiefs are no dummies you saw that in week 1. He picked OL Fisher out of smaller Central Michigan and left that Joke Joeckel out of Texas A & M for the Jags to pick. Johnny Footballs speed and ability to get out of the rush made Joeckel's stats better. Mansiel is the real thing and Tebow at his best is not but I do believe he has enough talent to be a 3rd string on many teams and a 2nd on a scant few but he would have to play other positions too to be of any value.
Toaster

Pomona Park, FL

#3 Sep 19, 2013
Truth Hurts wrote:
<quoted text> Tebow will only get his legs and knees broke and his head concussed behind that awful Jaguar Offensive line and when he is given time he has a bunch of broken down hasbeens, not ready and may never be ready inexperienced players, and constantly suspended clowns at his skill positions. Andy Reid and the KC Chiefs are no dummies you saw that in week 1. He picked OL Fisher out of smaller Central Michigan and left that Joke Joeckel out of Texas A & M for the Jags to pick. Johnny Footballs speed and ability to get out of the rush made Joeckel's stats better. Mansiel is the real thing and Tebow at his best is not but I do believe he has enough talent to be a 3rd string on many teams and a 2nd on a scant few but he would have to play other positions too to be of any value.
Tim was ultra successful in the toughest college football conference in the USA. He was a great passer with very few interceptions,
passed for a ton of yards,and ran for another ton of yards,and was by far the best QB in college football during his time at Florida.
He had the same success in High school,that's why every head coach at major colleges wanted him. Since he joined the ranks of the NFL
Tim has had one coach that supported him. Manning with the same players did no better than Tebow,but Elway has beefed up Denver to protect Manning. If Manning had the same low grade offensive line that Tim had to suffer through he would look like a pretzel by now.
The Jags are a joke,and have been since Tom Caughlin ( spelling ?)
was fired,and replaced by a loser,and another loser,and now it seems another loser. Our draft picks stinks and so does the team.
Only a few Jag players stand out,the rest are below average,including the QB's.It only makes sense to give Tim Tebow a chance. What have the Jags got to lose ??? One thing for certain the management of this team know nothing about talent,and in 3 or 4 years we'll be looking at a new group of losers. Some things just don't change.

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

#4 Sep 20, 2013
Did the sign Tebow gathering at the stadium cause any traffic delays yesterday?
Lol

Once again here we go with the Tebow mania and once again Jacksonville (like many other NFL teams) shows that you must have a Quarterback. Kansas City had 4 players named to the Pro Bowl last year yet only won two games. They bring in a second tier QB and BAM! 3-0. When a team misses on drafting a good quarterback in the first and second rounds the team is set back years. And what 50%, 60% heck maybe 70% of all first and second round QB’s are misses.
If the Jags sign Tebow nothing will change, Yes, there will be that once or twice a game scramble for 20 or 30 yards that the crowd will go nuts for, but at the end of the game it will still be a big L.
Muddy

Wise, VA

#5 Sep 23, 2013
Toaster wrote:
<quoted text>
Tim was ultra successful in the toughest college football conference in the USA. He was a great passer with very few interceptions,
passed for a ton of yards,and ran for another ton of yards,and was by far the best QB in college football during his time at Florida.
He had the same success in High school,that's why every head coach at major colleges wanted him. Since he joined the ranks of the NFL
Tim has had one coach that supported him. Manning with the same players did no better than Tebow,but Elway has beefed up Denver to protect Manning. If Manning had the same low grade offensive line that Tim had to suffer through he would look like a pretzel by now.
The Jags are a joke,and have been since Tom Caughlin ( spelling ?)
was fired,and replaced by a loser,and another loser,and now it seems another loser. Our draft picks stinks and so does the team.
Only a few Jag players stand out,the rest are below average,including the QB's.It only makes sense to give Tim Tebow a chance. What have the Jags got to lose ??? One thing for certain the management of this team know nothing about talent,and in 3 or 4 years we'll be looking at a new group of losers. Some things just don't change.
College is just a buncha 19 year old amateur frat boys...NFL is big league! Tebow already proved he can't cut it in NFL, not as a QB anyway! Tebow might put butts in the seats, but that is it!

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

#6 Sep 23, 2013
Muddy wrote:
<quoted text>College is just a buncha 19 year old amateur frat boys...NFL is big league! Tebow already proved he can't cut it in NFL, not as a QB anyway! Tebow might put butts in the seats, but that is it!
LOL!
The ESPN, reporters on Saturday kept saying “Scores from Cupcake Saturday in College Football” I tried to watch some of the Florida / Tennessee and almost threw up it was so poorly played.
With the logic of some here, Tebow should have a Job Soon right…..lol!!!!
Pittsburgh 0-3
Washington 0-3
New York Giants 0-3
Minnesota Vikings 0-3
Tampa Bay 0-3
Toaster

Pomona Park, FL

#7 Sep 23, 2013
Mr Logic in Jax wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL!
The ESPN, reporters on Saturday kept saying “Scores from Cupcake Saturday in College Football” I tried to watch some of the Florida / Tennessee and almost threw up it was so poorly played.
With the logic of some here, Tebow should have a Job Soon right…..lol!!!!
Pittsburgh 0-3
Washington 0-3
New York Giants 0-3
Minnesota Vikings 0-3
Tampa Bay 0-3
The Gators look sick and Tennessee looked even sicker. I'm a Gator fan,but the offense needs a QB in the worst way. It's a good thing neither team plays in the SEC West. We were very lucky to be 10 and 2 last year. Tim might not make it in the NFL, but I admire him for his work ethic,and I hope he gets a chance. Anyone that thought he had any kind of Chance at NE was retarted. Brady is one of, if not the best QB in the NFL. The Jags haven't had a decent QB since Mark Brunell left,and these idiots drafted Leftwich.

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

#8 Sep 24, 2013
Toaster wrote:
<quoted text>
The Gators look sick and Tennessee looked even sicker. I'm a Gator fan, but the offense needs a QB in the worst way. It's a good thing neither team plays in the SEC West. We were very lucky to be 10 and 2 last year. Tim might not make it in the NFL, but I admire him for his work ethic, and I hope he gets a chance. Anyone that thought he had any kind of Chance at NE was retarted. Brady is one of, if not the best QB in the NFL. The Jags haven't had a decent QB since Mark Brunell left, and these idiots drafted Leftwich.
Yeah the whole Tebow in New England was humorous, for anyone to think that Tom Brady would be pulled to allow Tebow to go under center. As for the Jag’s here’s the good news we will more than likely draft a quarter back in April. Here’s the bad news, across the NFL only 1 in 6-7 quarter backs drafted in the first two rounds become long time starters. Quarter backs are the most important player on the team by far and only a few people on the planet are elite.
Muddy

Wise, VA

#9 Sep 25, 2013
Mr Logic in Jax wrote:
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Yeah the whole Tebow in New England was humorous, for anyone to think that Tom Brady would be pulled to allow Tebow to go under center. As for the Jag’s here’s the good news we will more than likely draft a quarter back in April. Here’s the bad news, across the NFL only 1 in 6-7 quarter backs drafted in the first two rounds become long time starters. Quarter backs are the most important player on the team by far and only a few people on the planet are elite.
Tebow might make an H-back or maybe a wildcat QB, but...as a starter? NO WAY!!
John Doe

Lewisburg, WV

#10 Sep 26, 2013
I have followed Tim Tebow since he was in Denver. I think he be good Quarter back for the Jags. I think he is better than Tony Romo anyday of the week and Romo is one of highest pay players in the league. I will be praying to God he get picked up them.

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

#11 Sep 27, 2013
John Doe wrote:
I have followed Tim Tebow since he was in Denver. I think he be good Quarter back for the Jags. I think he is better than Tony Romo anyday of the week and Romo is one of highest pay players in the league. I will be praying to God he get picked up them.
I hope Tebow finds a job so I just don’t see it as a starting quarterback in the NFL. While Tony Romo is no Manning or Brady, Tebow is no Romo either. With nearly half of all NFL teams needing an upgrade at quarterback why is it that Tebow is still out of work? Why did John Elway dump him at the first opportunity? Then there is New England, probably his best chance, an aging star quarterback who has maybe 3 more years and he was still cut. Everything you hear about Tebow it seems the one thing he can’t do is read defenses and has issues with learning the playbook. Even the greats can’t overcome those short comings.
Toaster

Pomona Park, FL

#12 Sep 28, 2013
Mr Logic in Jax wrote:
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I hope Tebow finds a job so I just don’t see it as a starting quarterback in the NFL. While Tony Romo is no Manning or Brady, Tebow is no Romo either. With nearly half of all NFL teams needing an upgrade at quarterback why is it that Tebow is still out of work? Why did John Elway dump him at the first opportunity? Then there is New England, probably his best chance, an aging star quarterback who has maybe 3 more years and he was still cut. Everything you hear about Tebow it seems the one thing he can’t do is read defenses and has issues with learning the playbook. Even the greats can’t overcome those short comings.
For sure they have not overcame those short comings in Jax.

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