Tim Tebow: Why the New England Patriots Should Sign the Former New York Jets QB

Apr 30, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BleacherReport

Given the publicity that surrounds his name, Tebow could be the most talked about backup quarterback in the history of the NFL .

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Josh

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Apr 30, 2013
 
Tim tebow is an "okay" quarterback i think being a New England Patriot would be a PERFECT fit for tim. With tom getting older and the lack of skill players as of right now on patriots roster he be perfect for some special plays, slot, full back, and tom brady as mentor a better QB i think this great idea!

“Timshel”

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Apr 30, 2013
 
Josh wrote:
Tim tebow is an "okay" quarterback i think being a New England Patriot would be a PERFECT fit for tim. With tom getting older and the lack of skill players as of right now on patriots roster he be perfect for some special plays, slot, full back, and tom brady as mentor a better QB i think this great idea!
Not even the QB Guru the great Tom Brady uses could "fix" Tebow so what makes you think Brady himself could?

The guy needs to work on a ton and most of all he needs to let his work in practice do the talking for him if he's still to be in the NFL. He needs to zip up all his public "Tebowing" (trademarked) and bible quoting and just concentrate on his game. The best bet for TT is the Arena League. Kurt Warner did it and look what a success he turned out to be and most of all Kurt EARNED IT.

Most will argue myself included, his game lacks so much that's why he uses his faith to gain credit his skills can't. Maybe one day we'll see if he can change our minds by getting stuck in and taking all aspects of pro sports seriously and not counting on his zealot circus to pressure management.
Josh

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Apr 30, 2013
 
Practice is just that, practice n he has shown multiple of times that he might be a bad practicer but he shows his ability in games and his drive to work and just one season where he didint play doesint mean he cant do it. We dont even know what his abilitys are at this moment dur to the fact of the jets not using him and waisting a whole season for him, and wth the right team and coachs willing to work wth him he can do it which the patriots have done this kind of thing with other players
Steve

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Apr 30, 2013
 
I think Tebow is more than OK.
"OK " doesn't take Denver into the playoffs.
He is incredibly talented and versatile. The NFL doesn't play Paul Hornung style anymore, but some team is missing and opportunity not to grab him and let him do his thing. He just wins that's all.
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Not even the QB Guru the great Tom Brady uses could "fix" Tebow so what makes you think Brady himself could?
The guy needs to work on a ton and most of all he needs to let his work in practice do the talking for him if he's still to be in the NFL. He needs to zip up all his public "Tebowing" (trademarked) and bible quoting and just concentrate on his game. The best bet for TT is the Arena League. Kurt Warner did it and look what a success he turned out to be and most of all Kurt EARNED IT.
Most will argue myself included, his game lacks so much that's why he uses his faith to gain credit his skills can't. Maybe one day we'll see if he can change our minds by getting stuck in and taking all aspects of pro sports seriously and not counting on his zealot circus to pressure management.

“Timshel”

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Josh wrote:
Practice is just that, practice n he has shown multiple of times that he might be a bad practicer but he shows his ability in games and his drive to work and just one season where he didint play doesint mean he cant do it. We dont even know what his abilitys are at this moment dur to the fact of the jets not using him and waisting a whole season for him, and wth the right team and coachs willing to work wth him he can do it which the patriots have done this kind of thing with other players
I played collegiate level sports and I was good enough to get an invite to audition for the USMNT and all throughout my sports career it was preached we practiced how we played in games. TT is obviously not capable of consistently doing that and it also shows on the field as he is not a consistent passer at all. He's not even an accurate passer. You can't keep counting on your defense to keep it close and wait for the guy to show up finally in the last few minutes. Get real.

There's a damn good reason teams and coaches want you to perform in practice and you see why TT is now unemployed because of that fact.

“Timshel”

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Steve wrote:
I think Tebow is more than OK.
"OK " doesn't take Denver into the playoffs.
He is incredibly talented and versatile. The NFL doesn't play Paul Hornung style anymore, but some team is missing and opportunity not to grab him and let him do his thing. He just wins that's all.
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"He just wins that's all"

Ok Skip Bayless, that's why he lost 4 out of his last 5 games which he needed to win to get into the playoffs but he backed in because the Raiders were a sorry team too. Losing 4 times with the playoffs on the line isn't always winning. In fact when he needed to win most, he couldn't! SMH.
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May 3, 2013
 
Steve wrote:
I think Tebow is more than OK.
"OK " doesn't take Denver into the playoffs.
He is incredibly talented and versatile. The NFL doesn't play Paul Hornung style anymore, but some team is missing and opportunity not to grab him and let him do his thing. He just wins that's all.
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Ummm he is 9-7 not 16-0 he doesn't just win... He sucks at playing QB get over it. Tebow is probably done as a QB..
Joni

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May 29, 2013
 
Josh wrote:
Tim tebow is an "okay" quarterback i think being a New England Patriot would be a PERFECT fit for tim. With tom getting older and the lack of skill players as of right now on patriots roster he be perfect for some special plays, slot, full back, and tom brady as mentor a better QB i think this great idea!
i totally agree with this guy. Tim Tebow is a great football player, much enjoyed all his games for the broncos. Got the bad deal when Manning came, they should have kept him he loved colorado, and Colorado loves him. He brought excitement to all his games, and won. Tom Brady I hope the patriots hire him. Help him Tom.
Tim Tegone

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May 29, 2013
 
Joni wrote:
<quoted text> He brought excitement to all his games, and won. Tom Brady I hope the patriots hire him. Help him Tom.
He brought excrement to all his games.

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