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#1
Feb 3, 2013
 
Hey Denver fans, how's Manning working out for ya? You know his nickname is one and done! I'm sure that the Tebow critics would say Orton is a better QB than Tebow, then why did Denver play Tebow instead of Orton?
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Feb 7, 2013
 

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It seems NFL coaches are reluctant to try anything new but will copy something that's successful once a coach takes a chance and it works. Remember that the wildcat was popular for a bit and now the spread, read option is all the rage. Yet just a blink of time ago the running type quarterback was deemed more prone to injury (RGIII a most recent example) and you win by defense! Yes, it looks like running QBs can throw better these days, maybe due to the college scheme being more and more professionally oriented. The last time I looked Cam Newton didn't blow the socks off anyone this past year, and other throwers like Carson Palmer and Philip Rivers always seems to both suck and produce great overall numbers each season, and oh, they never hardly make the playoffs let along win anything. With Tebow he has win at all levels and somehow managed to be successful at Denver against all odds. Perhaps he can win again since that's what he seems to be able to do better than pass. I think a team that gets Tebow will likely get him as a backup like the Jets but the next time the starter is knocked out they will actually use Tebow and he will produce, he will win. They are willing to try any QB out of college in the draft this year but not a "proven" QB- that seems odd. Maybe Chip Kelly will get Tebow to at least backup in Philly, or Carolina will get him to backup Newton. And we just wait for the injury that always comes. Go Tebow!!
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#3
Feb 7, 2013
 
It's odd how all the blame is on Tebow when his offensive package has aways been QB sneek, QB sneek, 4 yd pass. I would like to see the elite QBs in football have an opportunity to see how they could do give the imaginative scheem consistantly given Tebow.
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Southport, NC

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#4
Feb 11, 2013
 
Spoke to a retired Bronco coach and asked if Tebow was as poor a thrower as many claimed. He said no.

Clearly there is a lack of courage with NFL head coaches. More defensible to fail with a classic looking quarterback then someone like Tebow. To quote Doug Flutie, the 6'5" classic throwing QB has to show he can't play where someone like he or Tebow has to prove they can. Flutie got stiffed just like Tebow seems to be now.
teebow haters ate funny

Hollywood, FL

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#5
Mar 8, 2013
 
Like I said before tt too good for the nfl.

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