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

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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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Scew IRS

Hampton, VA

#22 Oct 17, 2013
I hate muslim players cause they have sex with goats
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#23 Oct 17, 2013
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
ok you can write, I'll give you that. But you need to learn how to read, check that learn to comprehend what you read. I have never supported Tebow as an NFL QB, because he has not shown the skill set necessary to be successful. Great guy, teammate and athlete just not QB material, at least yet. When your argument is off target as yours is in this instance, you play the fool. better you be quiet and have people think you the fool than to speak and remove all doubt. Cleaning up your messes for some time now. can't wait for your verbage to demonstrate you are now wearing big boy pants. America may have the greatest number of brilliant folks but we also have a reciprocal amount of wannabes and idiots. Seems they are mostly in Texas and Florida. I said seems!
Mensatard

Miami, FL

#24 Oct 18, 2013
Janitor wrote:
<quoted text> ok you can write, I'll give you that. But you need to learn how to read, check that learn to comprehend what you read. I have never supported Tebow as an NFL QB, because he has not shown the skill set necessary to be successful. Great guy, teammate and athlete just not QB material, at least yet. When your argument is off target as yours is in this instance, you play the fool. better you be quiet and have people think you the fool than to speak and remove all doubt. Cleaning up your messes for some time now. can't wait for your verbage to demonstrate you are now wearing big boy pants. America may have the greatest number of brilliant folks but we also have a reciprocal amount of wannabes and idiots. Seems they are mostly in Texas and Florida. I said seems!
How do you know Teblow is a "Great guy,teammate"....you two dbags have never even met. You're defending something you have zero knowledge of. All you know is how he plays on a football field in front of cameras, and from that we can tell he sucks in the NFL level.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#26 Oct 18, 2013
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
Yet another idiot who can't comprehend the written word. I never said Tebow was a competent QB at the Pro level. Good guy, teammate, athlete just not gifted with the skill set to play pro QB. Bad footwork, release points, defensive analysis et.al.Hope this sinks in. Only been said a dozen times. Are you dislexic, a crackhead, or troll. Hard to imagine anybody being this stupid after multiple explanations all saying Tebow is NOT QB material.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#27 Oct 18, 2013
Mensatard wrote:
<quoted text>
How do you know Teblow is a "Great guy,teammate"....you two dbags have never even met. You're defending something you have zero knowledge of. All you know is how he plays on a football field in front of cameras, and from that we can tell he sucks in the NFL level.
Yet another example of a retard calling a superior by his own title to suggest equality. The reason I know Tebow is a good teammate is because
1. I can read media reports
2. I have seen media video reports and teammates also stating so
3. I know people inside the Patriots organization that confirmed it
4. And most importantly, his attitude and behavior are a part of him just as is yours. He could not treat anyone badly because it's not in him just as you could not treat anyone in a proper manner because that's not who you are. You like to whine, and complain never intellectually winning an argument so you resort to reporting things that either aren't true or using bad language. Both are signs of what you are. I won't label it but we all know the answer. And we all pity you for what you do. When you can argue a point from factual info or perceived skill level then just then you may have some hope. Wishing you growth in all your personal endeavors.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#28 Oct 18, 2013
Scew IRS wrote:
I hate muslim players cause they have sex with goats
How on earth would anyone know this. Were there reporters there? Were you there? Working people up for no other reason than your angry will only result in bad things and possibly a negative one coming back to you. One of the other threads said that when people make outlandish claims like this it's a sign that they themselves are the ones either doing or hoping to do the action they proclaim. So here's the 64K question...how many goats do you own?
Cypresstards

Miami, FL

#29 Oct 18, 2013
Janitor wrote:
<quoted text>
Yet another example of a retard calling a superior by his own title to suggest equality. The reason I know Tebow is a good teammate is because
1. I can read media reports
2. I have seen media video reports and teammates also stating so
3. I know people inside the Patriots organization that confirmed it
4. And most importantly, his attitude and behavior are a part of him just as is yours. He could not treat anyone badly because it's not in him just as you could not treat anyone in a proper manner because that's not who you are. You like to whine, and complain never intellectually winning an argument so you resort to reporting things that either aren't true or using bad language. Both are signs of what you are. I won't label it but we all know the answer. And we all pity you for what you do. When you can argue a point from factual info or perceived skill level then just then you may have some hope. Wishing you growth in all your personal endeavors.
LMFAO....now you know people inside the Pats organization. Tell me, Cypresstard, how were the seats on the space shuttle? Does Vladimir Putin really have bad breath? When you gave Warren Buffet investment advice, did he take it down with pen and paper or did he use an iPad? Pass the bong, homes. That must be some primo stash you got.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#30 Oct 18, 2013
Cypresstards wrote:
<quoted text>
LMFAO....now you know people inside the Pats organization. Tell me, Cypresstard, how were the seats on the space shuttle? Does Vladimir Putin really have bad breath? When you gave Warren Buffet investment advice, did he take it down with pen and paper or did he use an iPad? Pass the bong, homes. That must be some primo stash you got.
He has an intimate relationship with the towel boy
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#31 Oct 18, 2013
Cypresstards wrote:
<quoted text>
LMFAO....now you know people inside the Pats organization. Tell me, Cypresstard, how were the seats on the space shuttle? Does Vladimir Putin really have bad breath? When you gave Warren Buffet investment advice, did he take it down with pen and paper or did he use an iPad? Pass the bong, homes. That must be some primo stash you got.
Sorry you lost your ass but at least now you are rebalance with the grey matter that is missing.
Again sorry don't know the towel boy but people in the medical/training room who have all the skinny on what's really going on. Also know some medical people on other teams as well having grown up with or gone to school with some of them. Sorry knowing successful people seems so improbable to you but when you are so low down the ladder it hard to imagine those many rungs higher. Those of us who went to school and made something of ourselves actually have contacts on which to draw from rather than going to a crack bar to find similar degenerates like yourselves. I'd say LMAO but mine is in great shape right where it is.
TNSJanitorMensat ard

Miami, FL

#32 Oct 21, 2013
Janitor wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry you lost your ass but at least now you are rebalance with the grey matter that is missing.
Again sorry don't know the towel boy but people in the medical/training room who have all the skinny on what's really going on. Also know some medical people on other teams as well having grown up with or gone to school with some of them. Sorry knowing successful people seems so improbable to you but when you are so low down the ladder it hard to imagine those many rungs higher. Those of us who went to school and made something of ourselves actually have contacts on which to draw from rather than going to a crack bar to find similar degenerates like yourselves. I'd say LMAO but mine is in great shape right where it is.
The closest you have gotten inside the Pats organization is when you stuck your pecker through the little drain hole of a Pats beer can koozie.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#33 Oct 21, 2013
TNSJanitorMensatard wrote:
<quoted text>
The closest you have gotten inside the Pats organization is when you stuck your pecker through the little drain hole of a Pats beer can koozie.
Noticed you live in Miami. Hope it's not the aids virus that is the cause of your turrets-like syndrome. Wishing you well despite your behavior. Sorry you lack the understanding to recognize that many people grew up with others who became somewhat famous. I know a few former pro players, even tutored one in algebra, and he made it to the circle of fame for his team. Also know a former Cy Young Award Winner who passed away a while back. We weren't friends by any means but he knew me since i broke up two of his no hitters ibeing from a rival school. A gal who won our states Miss America entry (three actually over the years) and a couple of actors and actresses, again one I helped with geometry. I would think that if you're from a good sized city and you were gregarious you might know a few as well. Its kind of hard not to know someone even if it's just a little. Again hoping your manners and understanding improve, and your jealousy dissipates.
CustodiantardMen sa6

Miami, FL

#34 Oct 22, 2013
Janitor wrote:
<quoted text>
Noticed you live in Miami. Hope it's not the aids virus that is the cause of your turrets-like syndrome. Wishing you well despite your behavior. Sorry you lack the understanding to recognize that many people grew up with others who became somewhat famous. I know a few former pro players, even tutored one in algebra, and he made it to the circle of fame for his team. Also know a former Cy Young Award Winner who passed away a while back. We weren't friends by any means but he knew me since i broke up two of his no hitters ibeing from a rival school. A gal who won our states Miss America entry (three actually over the years) and a couple of actors and actresses, again one I helped with geometry. I would think that if you're from a good sized city and you were gregarious you might know a few as well. Its kind of hard not to know someone even if it's just a little. Again hoping your manners and understanding improve, and your jealousy dissipates.
You've confused tutoring someone in math with knowing them on a personal friendship level and on a teammate level. SMH...Think before you post, if possible.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#35 Oct 22, 2013
CustodiantardMensa6 wrote:
<quoted text>
You've confused tutoring someone in math with knowing them on a personal friendship level and on a teammate level. SMH...Think before you post, if possible.
Have you always been disfunctional? It's hard not to form friendships when you spend that much time together with a classmate and especially when you're the reason they can continue in their chosen sport/activity. There are also varying degrees of friendship, some close others distant. I also haven't claimed everyone as a friend, just that I know them. You're a trickster twisting things to either suite your needs or play the troll, but don't worry your accusations and antics will have no effect on people unless they can't see through you, and that population is very, very small. Cleaning up yet another trolls mess.
Janitard

Miami, FL

#36 Oct 23, 2013
Janitor wrote:
<quoted text>
Have you always been disfunctional? It's hard not to form friendships when you spend that much time together with a classmate and especially when you're the reason they can continue in their chosen sport/activity. There are also varying degrees of friendship, some close others distant. I also haven't claimed everyone as a friend, just that I know them. You're a trickster twisting things to either suite your needs or play the troll, but don't worry your accusations and antics will have no effect on people unless they can't see through you, and that population is very, very small. Cleaning up yet another trolls mess.
By teaching math to these student athletes, you didn't know how those people act in all situations, including and especially how they were on the field or in the locker room. You only knew how they were in the tutoting sessions. As if athletes would hang out socially with your nerd-ass. Another Mensatard BS session debunked....
High School Dropout

Denver, CO

#37 Oct 23, 2013
Janitor wrote:
<quoted text>
Have you always been disfunctional?
I believe it is spelled dysfunctional, unless you are writing in the super secret code of a Mensatard
Mensa6

Cypress, CA

#38 Oct 23, 2013
RAIDER MISTERIO OG wrote:
is this a personal religious thing with tebow, why people get offended on why he doesn't get a chance to play in the nfl? i mean, c'mon, tebow is a football player no doubt. just, doesn't qualify in the nfl to a coache's satisfaction. and why does he have to be so greedy with playing in the nfl? i understand that's his dream but, why won't he give canadian football a chance or indoor football? kurt warner did? and he's just as religious?. the doors are open for him there? that's not a low job? it's football. and it's pro football at canadian level and pro-indoor football level? isn't that being greedy if you don't go for those jobs? cause, maybe that's why he's being punished? i mean, you'd think right? "tebowing"?
i don't know, i don't understand tebow. but k warner became a football great taking the other pro's first and then, "worked his way up"!
anyways, good luck tebow! don't be so greedy!
RAIDERS 2013!!!
Not meaning to be critical just to correct a common misunderstanding. Neither Warner nor Tebow are religious although that is how the media paints them. Media lumps all beliefs into the same pot and treats them all pretty much the same, yet Christianity is not the same. Unlike religious people who have a system of man doing good works to earn or merit their way to heaven, Christianity instead explains from the Creators own viewpoint, how to come into a personal relationship with Him.
Religions are man initiated while True Christianity, not the superficial kind, is God initiated. The key is prophecy. It proves that only an entity outside the time and space domains can know the future and be without error in foretelling it to man. This authenticates His Word so it can be trusted as faithful. Many call His Word the Bible or Scripture. Mankind has read it to become enlightened and become wise. Fools pan it at their own expense. The Bottomline it is Gods love letter to each and everyone of us, and He died a horrendous death we deserved to make it known that there is one way to salvation. Please read the Book of John a few times and let His wisdom become your own. In Love
Lake of Fire

United States

#39 Oct 24, 2013
High School Dropout wrote:
<quoted text>I believe it is spelled dysfunctional, unless you are writing in the super secret code of a Mensatard
That's how they spelled it in the book of Porcelain Johns...
Maria Conchita Gonzalez

Miami, FL

#40 Oct 24, 2013
I have very personal relationship....I had sex with Jesus just last night.
Janifarts

United States

#41 Oct 24, 2013
Mensa6 wrote:
<quoted text>
The Bottomline it is Gods love letter to each and everyone of us, and He died a horrendous death...
How did God die a horrendous death...you fucktard....
Jesus blows leafs

Miami, FL

#42 Oct 24, 2013
Damn Mensatard.....Jesus was the one who died a horrendous death....get your fairy tale straight

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