Tim Tebow: The Detriment Or The Savior?

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Wtrue

Beaumont, TX

#1 Mar 31, 2012
Tebow has won the highest championships at all levels hea has played, with the exception of the super bowl. He will win that one soon however. In high school he took his team to the State Championship and won it. In college, he took his team to 2 national championships. The Jets should be pleased with that Tebow is now on their team. Just like always before, he will take his new team to the highest championship. With him the Jets will recieve their 2nd superbowl win.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#2 Apr 4, 2012
Too early to tell. He could be a savior or a distraction, or more likely, something in between.
JetsFnSuck

Miami, FL

#3 Apr 4, 2012
The only rings Tebow will ever get are the rings on his cellphone for backup QB jobs.

Since: Dec 07

DuPage County

#4 Apr 4, 2012
So sorry Timbow, but your string of successes ends now. He'll never be a star QB.
lefty

Fayetteville, TN

#5 Apr 4, 2012
I starting to belive the jets only got him for is trade bait next year, its the only thing i can think of that makes any sence.

Since: Apr 12

Wahiawa, HI

#6 Apr 7, 2012
JetsFnSuck wrote:
The only rings Tebow will ever get are the rings on his cellphone for backup QB jobs.
is that your also?

Since: Apr 12

Wahiawa, HI

#7 Apr 7, 2012
Saluki Rod wrote:
So sorry Timbow, but your string of successes ends now. He'll never be a star QB.
he is already a star quarterback. Most popular even popular than most of the starting qb's if not all. Breaking the regular season ratings with steelers game. 2 NCAA national championships. Heisman what else should we go on, hater?

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#8 Apr 7, 2012
Tebow's a detriment on the field and a savior off the field. His popularity is at an all time high and the Jets are a circus of a team with Rex Ryan trying and failing as the ring master so they're hoping the Tebow-mania circus overshadows and diverts attention from the atrocity that is the Jets.

And you watch, the Jets team is mainly comprised of players that no other team wanted and they're looking for a scapegoat and they'll pin their lousy season on Tebow if they have one. They'll stab him right in the back and he'll deserve it. After all, he PICKED THEM.
hoopsnow

Panama City, FL

#9 Apr 7, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
Tebow's a detriment on the field and a savior off the field. His popularity is at an all time high and the Jets are a circus of a team with Rex Ryan trying and failing as the ring master so they're hoping the Tebow-mania circus overshadows and diverts attention from the atrocity that is the Jets.
And you watch, the Jets team is mainly comprised of players that no other team wanted and they're looking for a scapegoat and they'll pin their lousy season on Tebow if they have one. They'll stab him right in the back and he'll deserve it. After all, he PICKED THEM.
why not build churches and hospitals in locations in the Phillipines, travel several weeks each summer visiting and giving sermons and love to hundreds of villages in the Phillipines, provide monetary and personal support to charities in the U.S., marry a moral woman and love and raise moral children that make up the moral backbone and strength of this great country, instead of spreading moral decay throughout this once great country - and play NFL football.

By attracting millions of new fans to NFL football and becoming the most recognized celebrity in the nation, he is now using that worldwide visibility as a leverage to spread his faith and values to inspire millions to God and to lead moral lives. NFL football serves to combine Tebow's love of the football with a monumental platform to spread the word of God. Giving a sermon to 30,000 live participates on Easter Sunday and the ten's of millions that will watch it on TV, the internet, YouTube, radio, and audio recordings is a devastating phenomenon that has liberals such as yourself bouncing off the wall in frustration. God be with you brother.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#10 Apr 7, 2012
Waynei77 wrote:
<quoted text>
he is already a star quarterback. Most popular even popular than most of the starting qb's if not all. Breaking the regular season ratings with steelers game. 2 NCAA national championships. Heisman what else should we go on, hater?
While I have the highest respect for Tebow as a human being, he is still more raw material than finished product, and I would hesitate to call him an NFL star based solely on his on field performance. I also take pity on the Tebow haters who so desperately and obsessively need to see him fail.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#11 Apr 7, 2012
Hoopsnow and catman, are you both at the point to where its just copy/paste time?

Catman, really...get off the fence and admit you're a Tebow-maniac. People CAN say critical things of Tebow and not be a hater you know? That's the first sign you know you're a tebow-maniac brother.

Hoops, come up with something new and interesting and profound and quit being a spammer.

Since: Dec 07

DuPage County

#12 Apr 7, 2012
Waynei77 wrote:
<quoted text>he is already a star quarterback. Most popular even popular than most of the starting qb's if not all. Breaking the regular season ratings with steelers game. 2 NCAA national championships. Heisman what else should we go on, hater?
Sure, but he still sucks.....

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#13 Apr 7, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
Hoopsnow and catman, are you both at the point to where its just copy/paste time?
Catman, really...get off the fence and admit you're a Tebow-maniac. People CAN say critical things of Tebow and not be a hater you know? That's the first sign you know you're a tebow-maniac brother.
Hoops, come up with something new and interesting and profound and quit being a spammer.
You obviously lack the reading comprehension to understand my post#10. I plainly took a Tebowmaniac to task for prematurely declaring him an NFL star. I also took issue with some of the more extreme libelous statements directed at him. Unlike the Tebowphobes, I want to give the guy the opportunity to show one way or the other what his capabilities are on the playing field and not in ignorant internet drivel.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#14 Apr 7, 2012
I lack reading comprehension...? That's funny. I'm not talking about post #10 here Catman, I'm going on all your posts. Your overall opinion on Tebow is and correct me if I'm wrong is wait and see. Your wait and see approach is neither confirming he's worthy of his status nor denying it but you're also outspoken on how much of a good guy he is and you argue his lousy stats with all who use them as an argument. I'm telling you just come out of the closet! Proclaim your love and support for your man Tebow and be a proud Maniac! ;)

And you really call that taking somebody to task?

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#15 Apr 7, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
I lack reading comprehension...? That's funny. I'm not talking about post #10 here Catman, I'm going on all your posts. Your overall opinion on Tebow is and correct me if I'm wrong is wait and see. Your wait and see approach is neither confirming he's worthy of his status nor denying it but you're also outspoken on how much of a good guy he is and you argue his lousy stats with all who use them as an argument. I'm telling you just come out of the closet! Proclaim your love and support for your man Tebow and be a proud Maniac! ;)
And you really call that taking somebody to task?
And conveniently ignoring the bulk of them where I explicitly said it is premature to call Tebow a rousing success in the NFL.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#16 Apr 7, 2012
May I add that if Tebow fails in the NFL, I won't lose sleep over it. I am not too sure, however, that the same could be said about Tebowphobes, if Tebow succeeds in the NFL.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#17 Apr 10, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>And conveniently ignoring the bulk of them where I explicitly said it is premature to call Tebow a rousing success in the NFL.
I think YOU have reading comprehension issues. You say "it is premature to call Tebow a rousing success in the NFL" but you're an extreme optimist when you argue anything Tebow especially his poor stats. Your arguments are clearly PRO Tebow. And then you say "let's wait and see what will happen, time will tell." No joke Captain Obvious, time ALWAYS TELLS ALL! That's nothing profound or new or even close to being objective. You can literally apply the "only time will tell" tag to everybody and everything! Hell, Ryan Leaf might have been the new Marino if only he was given MORE TIME. Maybe we all might have done something better if we all were given MORE TIME. There are always learning curves and deadlines in this life and Tebow's stats prove he is below the NFL's standards for the QB position. People argue and say all he does is win which is an oxymoron because he lost 2 less games that "he" won. And if it wasn't for everything going right for Denver, the stars aligning, the wind at his back whatever...Those wins could easily be loses due to his poor play through 3.75 quarters of play.

How in the world is what you've been saying for weeks or longer actually objective or at the least not straddling the fence? You are in Tebow-mania denial my cat owning friend. Put a pink shirt on and have your coming out party already! Tebow would probably be there with his pink shirt on to help bring you out. ;)
TEBOW SUCKS

Hartford, CT

#18 Apr 10, 2012
Tim Tebow: The Detriment Or The Savior?:

Neither. How about the Joke. The Fraud. The Sheep. The Medieval Minded One. The Non-NFL QB. The Camera Hog. The Hick. The Suckiest of the Sucky. Tim Tebow: He sucks. He really does.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#19 Apr 10, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>
I think YOU have reading comprehension issues. You say "it is premature to call Tebow a rousing success in the NFL" but you're an extreme optimist when you argue anything Tebow especially his poor stats. Your arguments are clearly PRO Tebow. And then you say "let's wait and see what will happen, time will tell." No joke Captain Obvious, time ALWAYS TELLS ALL! That's nothing profound or new or even close to being objective. You can literally apply the "only time will tell" tag to everybody and everything! Hell, Ryan Leaf might have been the new Marino if only he was given MORE TIME. Maybe we all might have done something better if we all were given MORE TIME. There are always learning curves and deadlines in this life and Tebow's stats prove he is below the NFL's standards for the QB position. People argue and say all he does is win which is an oxymoron because he lost 2 less games that "he" won. And if it wasn't for everything going right for Denver, the stars aligning, the wind at his back whatever...Those wins could easily be loses due to his poor play through 3.75 quarters of play.
How in the world is what you've been saying for weeks or longer actually objective or at the least not straddling the fence? You are in Tebow-mania denial my cat owning friend. Put a pink shirt on and have your coming out party already! Tebow would probably be there with his pink shirt on to help bring you out. ;)
Why do you always have to complicate a simple statement of mine. Tebow has not yet proved himself as a solid NFL QB by any stretch of the imagination. I would give him about a 50/50 chance of becoming a decent or better than average QB. If Tebow does fail, I will be the first to admit it. If he doesn't, you will likely be the last to admit that.

Since: Apr 12

United States

#20 Apr 10, 2012
Saluki Rod wrote:
<quoted text>Sure, but he still sucks.....
statiscally or religiously. Go back to the steelers game and check the stats. Anyway, he just started this year and people expects and he already got a lot of criticisms. Let him play four to five yeArs then we can start yelling at the top of your lungs that he sucks. Give him room to breath for now.

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