Tim Tebow's Inability to Find Work in...

Tim Tebow's Inability to Find Work in the NFL Indicative of 2014 Youth Movement

There are 231 comments on the BleacherReport story from Oct 14, 2013, titled Tim Tebow's Inability to Find Work in the NFL Indicative of 2014 Youth Movement. In it, BleacherReport reports that:

Meanwhile, Matt Flynn - who recently got tossed out like a week-old bag of rotten meat by the Oakland Raiders - just signed a contract with the Buffalo Bills, as noted by the team on Twitter: Tebow hasn't sniffed a job offer from an NFL team since he was released by the New England Patriots on August 31. There are certainly a few quarterback-sorry ... (more)

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Triple H

Houston, TX

#208 Apr 9, 2014
Rapid whacking motion on their genitals, I'm pretty sure that is debauchery. Janimonkey should chime in later to confirm.
US Dept of Labor

Miami, FL

#209 Apr 9, 2014
The unemployment rate for scatterarmed Jesus freaks is abnormally high.
NFLorg

Cypress, CA

#210 Apr 10, 2014
Peyton's inability to crack the top sixteen should send a message to QBs hoping to make a claim as one of the greatest. NFL.com just finished their Greatest QB ever contest and the fans say its Johnny Unitas followed by Joe Montana and Tom Brady. It was noted in the article which cited the final winner, that the quality these three great QBs have in common is... they finish. They finish seasons with Championships because they finish drives with TDs (not INTs like so man of the pretenders and wannabes). Seems the voters are not as slap happy about Peyton's stats against losing teams as the media is. Cudos to the fans who voted. They were clearly "in the ballpark" on this one. The media should learn from this vote and stop trying to sell the public on who they favor as the best when it's clear the fans are nowhere close to agreement with them. It may just be because the fans look at the facts while the media has another agenda altogether.

Since: Jan 11

Phoenix, AZ

#211 Apr 10, 2014
And they were all on teams where they didn't have to do it alone. Which is why in my opinion, guys like Dan Marino and Peyton are better than the guys with 3 or more rings.
NFLorg wrote:
Peyton's inability to crack the top sixteen should send a message to QBs hoping to make a claim as one of the greatest. NFL.com just finished their Greatest QB ever contest and the fans say its Johnny Unitas followed by Joe Montana and Tom Brady. It was noted in the article which cited the final winner, that the quality these three great QBs have in common is... they finish. They finish seasons with Championships because they finish drives with TDs (not INTs like so man of the pretenders and wannabes). Seems the voters are not as slap happy about Peyton's stats against losing teams as the media is. Cudos to the fans who voted. They were clearly "in the ballpark" on this one. The media should learn from this vote and stop trying to sell the public on who they favor as the best when it's clear the fans are nowhere close to agreement with them. It may just be because the fans look at the facts while the media has another agenda altogether.
NFL Dot Communism

Houston, TX

#212 Apr 10, 2014
They finish seasons with Championships because they finish drives with TDs, unless you fold in the AFC Championship game
Bracketology

Houston, TX

#213 Apr 10, 2014
Poor Janitool. Still with the man crush on Manning. Here is the tard's reference to the greatest QB of all time from NFL.com

http://www.nfl.com/qs/bracketology/round1.jsp

Comical shit to say the least when you let the general public vote. Check Bracket Round 4, right before Unitas is chosen greatest of all time.

The list was down to 4 QB's in that round and one of the was Donovan McNabb. My ribs hurt from laughing.
Dunce Votes

Houston, TX

#214 Apr 10, 2014
I'm not sure which is more hilarious:

1) That the public thinks McNabb is better than Manning

OR

2) The public thinks McChoker is as good as Brady, Montana and Unitas to make it to the "Final Four"

LMFAO
Cytard

Houston, TX

#215 Apr 10, 2014
Dunce Votes wrote:
I'm not sure which is more hilarious:

2) The public thinks McChoker is as good as Brady, Montana and Unitas to make it to the "Final Four"
"clearly "in the ballpark" on this one"
Joketards

Miami, FL

#216 Apr 11, 2014
Yep, LMFAO, McNabbed made it to the next to last round, what a crock. Who votes on this shit...oh yeah, janitards, bar tendertards, etc.
Joketards

Miami, FL

#217 Apr 11, 2014
Steve Young lost out to Bledsoemuchhechoked. Yeah that's some "ballpark".

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#218 Apr 11, 2014
NFLorg wrote:
Peyton's inability to crack the top sixteen should send a message to QBs hoping to make a claim as one of the greatest. NFL.com just finished their Greatest QB ever contest and the fans say its Johnny Unitas followed by Joe Montana and Tom Brady. It was noted in the article which cited the final winner, that the quality these three great QBs have in common is... they finish. They finish seasons with Championships because they finish drives with TDs (not INTs like so man of the pretenders and wannabes). Seems the voters are not as slap happy about Peyton's stats against losing teams as the media is. Cudos to the fans who voted. They were clearly "in the ballpark" on this one. The media should learn from this vote and stop trying to sell the public on who they favor as the best when it's clear the fans are nowhere close to agreement with them. It may just be because the fans look at the facts while the media has another agenda altogether.
do you seriously expect the fans to make an intelligent choice for the greatest? Trying to choose a greatest QB from the different eras is a really questionable undertaking at best. Many of those fans have little working knowledge of the game anyway. Unitas, Otto Graham and Norm Van Brocklin played all or most of their careers against man to man rather than zone defenses. How would they have fared against zone defenses? There are too many variables at work here to make an honest choice. Switching to a different sport, Switching sports, I still don't know how Pete Rose ever got selected as one of the greatest of all time as his Sabermetric ratings were simply better than average and hardly what one would call outstanding. It shows just how little the average fan knows about sports.
He Hate Me

Denver, CO

#219 Apr 11, 2014
I'm surprised Tony Eason isn't in Janitard's list too
He Hate Me

Denver, CO

#220 Apr 11, 2014
Is Incognutso related t Arnold Palmer?
http://deadspin.com/gary-player-tells-story-a...
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#221 Apr 11, 2014
Dunce Votes wrote:
I'm not sure which is more hilarious:
1) That the public thinks McNabb is better than Manning
OR
2) The public thinks McChoker is as good as Brady, Montana and Unitas to make it to the "Final Four"
LMFAO
Did Peyton also buy McDonald franchises to go with his pizza? You did say McChocker.
Top three are right. Peyton didn't make top 16 which is not right. Should have been somewhere around 7-11. Would go nicely with his pizza chain.
Tom Brady

Houston, TX

#222 Apr 14, 2014
The vote is in on this subject.

Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#223 Apr 16, 2014
With all his idle time Tebow did something constructive. Lost his virginity
Problem is
His partner didn't wear a condom
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#224 Apr 18, 2014
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
Janitor likes Tebow because he caught one of his screen passes....in the 6th row on the 30 yard line in the 4th quarter. Janitor fell in love on the spot because he though the Chosen one chose him to throw it to.
Never mind his receiver was wide open in the flat
People who use the term "fell in love" have bought into a distorted system that says love is an emotion (this is misidentified infatuation) while it is really a decision of unconditional commitment.
Not sure this Tebow guy could reach the sixth row anyway. Not the strongest of arms, nor the best of spirals. And I only sit on the 50 yard line or accept invitations for the sidelines or owner boxes. Seems drugs, even when legal there in Colorado, still rots your brains.
Janitard

Miami, FL

#225 Apr 18, 2014
Janitor wrote:
<quoted text>
And I only sit on the 50 yard line or accept invitations for the sidelines or owner boxes.
...invitations to empty out the trash cans in the owner boxes or to sweep the sidelines clear of gum wrappers

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#226 Apr 19, 2014
As far as choosing the greatest NFL QB of all time is concerned, I'll pass on that. (LOL)
Troy523

Frederick, MD

#227 Apr 19, 2014
I don't understand why Tebow gets so much crap. At least he won his first playoff game with the Broncos....Payton didn't.....one and out no doubt

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