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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Since: Jan 11

Phoenix, AZ

#126 Mar 25, 2014
I liked you in I Robot until i realized you were just a bulimic-skinny girl with a pretty face.
Bridget Moynahan wrote:
I wish Brady "raised the value of the marriage covenant relationship" with me instead of knocking me up then dumping me. Such a roll model he is.
Bob Kraft

Houston, TX

#127 Mar 25, 2014
AKA, the Brady sperm bank/La Palma mouth.
He Hate Me

Denver, CO

#128 Mar 25, 2014
And the cold storage is somewhere south of the equator

flbadcatowner

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#129 Mar 25, 2014
BarTender wrote:
<quoted text>
Now go back and plug in the name Peyton everywhere you disrespected Montana. Peyton even played inside so he didn't have to contend with any wind to throw his weak passes offline. And still he throw INTs to lose many big games. Having Marvin Harrison and Reggie Wayne, who are both top ten all-time receivers sure didn't hurt Peyton any. And still Peyton leads the NFL All-Time in one and does. Best offense ever in NFL History with four quality receivers and he still gets messed up inside his head come postseason. Montana was as cool as a cucumber and a pro's pro. If Montana had limited skills it only speaks more to his greatness for coming through rather than choking like Peyton does with all his "great" skills. Ever wonder why Peytons great ability at ready defenses leaves him come postseason. Its because that when he has to play teams with winning records. Even Seahawk defenders were shocked at his inability to read their basic coverages. Think the cats out of the bag on his so called brilliance. Peyton is a media creation who loses to winning teams, even last year his record setting Broncos beat up on the second worse schedule in the league and lost to 3 of 4 winning teams in the AFC which was weaker than the NFC. Put Peyton in a Texas hold 'em game with the winning hand and he would throw away the winning cards. It what he does. He has the physical skills, he just lacks the mental toughness. INTs at crucial moments show that. Oh yeah, and a safety and a fumble and another INT in his latest SB debacle. Very good QB just not the cream of the crop. QB stats are inflated when you got a dome, top ten HoF receivers and a great offensive line that protects you. But inflated stats don't win championships. You want to place Peyton where he belongs, somewhere in the 5-10 range of all-time QBs fine. But when you try to elevate him into the top three, someone has got to identify why his numbers are inflated and how he messes up at the most opportune times. Media is manipulating you to make a buck. Wise up, unless you like being...
I suspect you have a hidden agenda with your criticisms of Manning. As far as Montana was concerned, look at Steve Young who was a journeyman QB until he had Rice to throw to. I have another question. Did Manning's receivers make him great or did he make them great? Or was it a combination of the two? With Montana, if the Ball was anywhere on his side of the field in a situation requiring a Hail Mary pass, the 49ers would have been SOL. http://logicaloptimizer.blogspot.com/2009/05/...
Belichick Agrees

Houston, TX

#130 Mar 26, 2014
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>I suspect you have a hidden agenda with your criticisms of Manning. As far as Montana was concerned, look at Steve Young who was a journeyman QB until he had Rice to throw to. I have another question. Did Manning's receivers make him great or did he make them great? Or was it a combination of the two? With Montana, if the Ball was anywhere on his side of the field in a situation requiring a Hail Mary pass, the 49ers would have been SOL. http://logicaloptimizer.blogspot.com/2009/05/...
Nice.
Peyton Admits

La Palma, CA

#131 Mar 27, 2014
Belichick Agrees wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice.
So what, I demanded the Colts spend their money and draft choices to get me the best protection possible and the best receivers at the expense of our defense.
My goal has always been to set records and amass stats so I would always be in the conversation when it come to being greatest. Screw the rest of the team. Wins are over-rated anyway.
I needed this kind of support to hide my nervousness in big games and flaws in my passing game. That's why I demanded to be drafted by a dome team and chose the altitude of Denver when Indy figured out how I was using them for my own purposes. I will not be denied. My numbers will stand as a monument to how great I am and how much better my numbers are compared to every other QB that has ever played. Is it my fault that I am so much smarter than all the other QBs and figured out that if I had a better oline with better receivers and played in arenas that benefitted my play and then manipulated my teams to give me what I wanted under the threat of my walking away, that I could amass numbers never before seen, at least not until that pesky Brees passes me by without all my advantages. And that Brady guy really pisses me off. How in the world can he be on my tails stat-wise with that swill he has had for offensive support. Anyway, I got the media in the palm of my hand and you lemmings will believe whatever I have them feed you. I am in the conversation for greatest ever because I want to be. Just listen to all the media, even they say so.
Brady

Houston, TX

#132 Mar 27, 2014
What? More Manning penis envy fro La Palma? Go figure.
Mensa4

La Palma, CA

#133 Mar 27, 2014
Have waited a reasonable time to see if any media types would figure it out and they haven't.
Bob Kraft had a great head coach in Pete Carroll. Pete built a defensive powerhouse in NE but then Kraft pulled the plug on Carroll and installed Belichick because Bill Parcells told Kraft that if the opportunity arises, he should get Belichick and hang on to him. Well, that is exactly what Kraft did. But here is the interesting thing....Carroll left and built another powerhouse at USC then yet again at Seattle. Meanwhile Belichick won with the players Carroll put together in NE and has not won since they retired. Bill is a great coach but has a shortfall in the area of team building. This year however could be the exception. Bill saw what Pete accomplished and is trying to duplicate Seattle's structure. Given a structure similar to Carroll's and a superior training regimin in NE, the Pats may finally have a solid chance at another Lombardi Trophy (should be called Paul Brown Trophy but that's another story).
Doc

La Palma, CA

#134 Mar 27, 2014
Brady wrote:
What? More Manning penis envy fro La Palma? Go figure.
Strange that at your age you are still stuck in only the third of the five stages of psych/sexual development. You seem unable to hold an adult conversation so you revert to a childish response. Get an education better yet, learn to think. Any moron can make jokes to cover up for his inabilities and shortfalls but you lack humor so you are booooring. I'll give you an easy one. Who should the Texans select with there 1st pick and why, or should they trade their pick, to who for what and why? Or the Pats or Broncos. Your choice. You can chose can't you?

“Repent and worship God”

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#135 Mar 27, 2014
Mensa4 wrote:
Have waited a reasonable time to see if any media types would figure it out and they haven't.
Bob Kraft had a great head coach in Pete Carroll. Pete built a defensive powerhouse in NE but then Kraft pulled the plug on Carroll and installed Belichick because Bill Parcells told Kraft that if the opportunity arises, he should get Belichick and hang on to him. Well, that is exactly what Kraft did. But here is the interesting thing....Carroll left and built another powerhouse at USC then yet again at Seattle. Meanwhile Belichick won with the players Carroll put together in NE and has not won since they retired. Bill is a great coach but has a shortfall in the area of team building. This year however could be the exception. Bill saw what Pete accomplished and is trying to duplicate Seattle's structure. Given a structure similar to Carroll's and a superior training regimin in NE, the Pats may finally have a solid chance at another Lombardi Trophy (should be called Paul Brown Trophy but that's another story).
Stick to the thread title, Sybil.
Bob Kraft

Houston, TX

#136 Mar 27, 2014
Pete Carroll's Patriots Power House:

10-6
9-7
8-8

Strange that at your age you are still stuck in only the third of the five stages of psych/sexual development.
BarTender

La Palma, CA

#137 Mar 27, 2014
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>I suspect you have a hidden agenda with your criticisms of Manning. As far as Montana was concerned, look at Steve Young who was a journeyman QB until he had Rice to throw to. I have another question. Did Manning's receivers make him great or did he make them great? Or was it a combination of the two? With Montana, if the Ball was anywhere on his side of the field in a situation requiring a Hail Mary pass, the 49ers would have been SOL. http://logicaloptimizer.blogspot.com/2009/05/...
Your suspicions would be wrong. I just can't allow the media's manipulation of the facts to stand. Peyton has been given three aces in his poker hand to start with...best Oline, best receivers and best stadium (no wind). No other QB in history has had as many advantages. And yet he has squandered those advantages when playing against winning teams. Even his stats which are exceptional are not as far ahead of others as they should be. Brees will pass him by and Brady needs but one year more than Peyton to pass him by. Playing in the cold, windy, rainy confines of NE, that is not an unreasonable consideration. Media knocks down the better and uplifts the not as good, to create rivals so they can line their pockets. I refuse to acquiesce. Peyton is an exceptional QB, just not near Montana or Brady.
Peyton has an offensive wheel (keeps rolling along) while Brady has a sled (he has to drag it) and still Brady is right behind him. take a course in comparative analysis, you will be amazed at just how far ahead of Peyton, Brady is.
Tom Brady

Houston, TX

#138 Mar 27, 2014
Please stop blowing me on these forums.
Mensa4

La Palma, CA

#139 Mar 27, 2014
Bob Kraft wrote:
Pete Carroll's Patriots Power House:
10-6
9-7
8-8
Strange that at your age you are still stuck in only the third of the five stages of psych/sexual development.
Sorry you are so slow and need things spelled out for you. You also repeat things like a toddler, so be it. I can only explain it to you, I can't understand it for you. You also communicate very poorly and need work.
Carroll built a defensive powerhouse "like in Seattle". The one thing missing for the Pats was Brady (ball security and clutch play). Had Bledsoe not gotten injured, the defense would have been left to continue with mediocre team records. Get it now? Belichick lucked into a sixth round pick who has turned into one of the top three offensive players ever. Meanwhile for a so called defensive genius Bill has let the Carroll defensive powerhouse dwindle to the point of NE having a bottom five defense for many years running. Even last year they were 30th against the run (yes I know injuries caused it, but that's why you plan for depth). And multiple years at the bottom of the league shows it wasn't a one year fluke being at the bottom. Team building is the foundation on which teaching is then added. Bill is a truly great teacher. It just so happens he is not as good at team building. Hope this helps you with your understanding.
Bill Parcells

Houston, TX

#140 Mar 27, 2014
Bob Kraft wrote:
Pete Carroll's Patriots Power House:
10-6
9-7
8-8
Strange that at your age you are still stuck in only the third of the five stages of psych/sexual development.
I agree 8-8 teams are often called defensive power houses.
BarTender

La Palma, CA

#141 Mar 27, 2014
Still you (collectively) have no intellectual ammo to refute anything I have put forth. Instead you use unacceptable language in response because that is who you are. You can't even explain why you disagree. Do you know what they call people without intellectual ammo...? I'll bet you don't, that would require thinking ability. Your most often response other than foul language is along the lines of ...snore/belch...which only tells us you paid no attention in class and lack the ability to response like a person with real skills. Hope you enjoy your responses, because of them, the rest of the world is now aware of your shortfalls.
Carroll is deserving of credit for his Seahawks victory. He is also at least partially responsible for the defensive prowess of the Pats in the early 2000s and their SB victories.
Bob Kraft

Houston, TX

#142 Mar 27, 2014
Bill Parcells wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree 8-8 teams are often called defensive power houses.
Not to mention I fired Carroll after the 1999 season after that 8-8 disaster leaving him nothing to do with the early 2000s.
BeliChickenChoke r

Denver, CO

#143 Mar 27, 2014
Bob Kraft wrote:
<quoted text>
Not to mention I fired Carroll after the 1999 season after that 8-8 disaster leaving him nothing to do with the early 2000s.
Are you implying I won championships with Pete's players? Not so fast!!!
I also had refs (tuck rule)
Spy Cameras
&
A 'roided out backup QB leading my team
Freddie

La Palma, CA

#144 Mar 27, 2014
BeliChickenChoker wrote:
<quoted text>Are you implying I won championships with Pete's players? Not so fast!!!
I also had refs (tuck rule)
Spy Cameras
&
A 'roided out backup QB leading my team
Loved the article by Alec Shane
It talks about how Peyton refused to take any more money than Brady was getting, at least publically. But when it came down to it he took a lot more, hurting his teams chances at winning because of cap constraints in the process. That's the way Peyton has always done it. Get the people to see things one way but in actuality it's another. Have the masses see him as a team guy when in fact he is a me first kind of guy. Remember the Ryan Leaf outburst with San Diego. Now imagine Peyton behaving the same way to get cap money spent the way he wanted it spent or he would walk. Now we are getting closer to the real Peyton you are not supposed to see. When it's scripted, he is funny, jovial, friendly even self deprecating to suit a purpose. His words are carefully scripted. But when no one is looking its another story. A story the media surpressers. The media has their favorites just like Clintonn and Obama, you can now include Peyton. Love him, hate him, just make sure you analyze his numbers based on the facts and advantages he has had. When you are given more, like Peyton was, more should be expected, yet less was given in return. Reason why the Colts were so pissed at Peyton for not producing as much as Brady when Peyton was given so much more. He is the main reason why GMs and owners now have settled on Brady as the QB who does more with less. All thanks to Peyton. Thanks Peyton. P.S. it's only fair to say he has been getting better as he matures, but it has been a slow process for him.
Freddie

La Palma, CA

#145 Mar 27, 2014
Tom Brady wrote:
Please stop blowing me on these forums.
First, you are not Tom Brady and secondly there is no self respecting individual who would willingly get within 50 feet of a lieing pervert like yourself.
No reason to remain as you are. With minimal work you can change for the better, but you have to be willing to make the change.

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