What's Next For Tim Tebow?

What's Next For Tim Tebow?

There are 311 comments on the Silicon Alley Insider story from Apr 29, 2013, titled What's Next For Tim Tebow?. In it, Silicon Alley Insider reports that:

Now that the Tim Tebow train wreck with the New York Jets is finally over, the Heisman Trophy winner may actually have several options.

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“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#189 May 31, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Give the guy a break, He is just exercising his Amendment I rights. Let me add that I am a lot less religious than I used to be.
He's gone far beyond just exercising a right Catman. He's used faith and those who believe to gain him status he doesn't deserve because his skills can't back it up consistently over an entire game. Wait, my mistake, his current status is actually accurate based on his QB'ing skills or lack thereof.

I'll cut TT a break if he cuts the over evangelizing hypocrite sh!t, gets 100% focused on his job and can perform and truly earn a spot from practice. From the bottom up which is how it appears it will be if an NFL team picks him up.

If he does a 180 and leaves his agenda and circus behind and can be a good solid QB through having earned it and gain understanding that not everybody believes and has to believe as he does and with that gain tolerance and sensitivity to others I'll only sing his praises. I may even become TT's #1 fan.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#190 May 31, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>
He's gone far beyond just exercising a right Catman. He's used faith and those who believe to gain him status he doesn't deserve because his skills can't back it up consistently over an entire game. Wait, my mistake, his current status is actually accurate based on his QB'ing skills or lack thereof.
I'll cut TT a break if he cuts the over evangelizing hypocrite sh!t, gets 100% focused on his job and can perform and truly earn a spot from practice. From the bottom up which is how it appears it will be if an NFL team picks him up.
If he does a 180 and leaves his agenda and circus behind and can be a good solid QB through having earned it and gain understanding that not everybody believes and has to believe as he does and with that gain tolerance and sensitivity to others I'll only sing his praises. I may even become TT's #1 fan.
This is just the type of nonsense that has made me more sympathetic to Mr. Tebow and less patient toward his detractors. While I am less religious than before, it doesn't mean I disrespect what the Bible teaches. When I see how few marriages succeed and how many children are growing up in single parent homes, it becomes obvious that America does need an infusion of morality.
Guy Wiliford

Vinita, OK

#191 May 31, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>That was uncalled for and it could result in a warning from Topix moderators.
Oh me, oh my! Whatever shall I do?

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#192 May 31, 2013
Guy Wiliford wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh me, oh my! Whatever shall I do?
Simple! Stop acting like a jerk.
Red Sky At Night

Houston, TX

#193 May 31, 2013
Gene Rowell wrote:
Some coach and general manager can surely see the the incredible ability and leadership qualities this young man has. if I wanted to win a championship I would'nt think twice about having him as my Q.B.
Incredible ability and leadership qualities yes. Ability to throw accurate passes with any degree of consistency, not even close. That's why he will always be in a backup role until he makes some adjustments. He needs some intensive coaching on his throwing motion to become a decent passer if he seriously wants to reach his full potential as a quarterback. With his fantastic running ability, if he was a decent passer he would be an incredible offensive weapon that any coach would desperately want to have. Tebow still has plenty of time to do the things he has to do to become a better passer. Then he could become a legend.
Annette

Whitby, Canada

#194 Jun 1, 2013
He is far from over. But you know what is over? my respect for the NFL.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#195 Jun 1, 2013
Tebow is less worried about his future than his detractors.
will lantrip

Evansville, IN

#196 Jun 2, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
Again, all I see here from TT's maniacal supporters is that it's everyone else's fault but TT's that he's not employed by the NFL right now and that he wasn't used by the Jets and shipped off from the Broncos.
Pro-Sports franchises are all about the bottom line which is $$$ and they're going to use the people they feel gives them the best chance at succeeding to get them the most amount of $$$ they can possibly get and none currently feel TT gives them a decent chance of successfully making tons of money by going to the playoffs and winning a SB.
If NFL teams were just about existing and winning games here and there than almost any college player could be in the NFL but it's not about existing, it's about winning and no team is willing to build around an inaccurate, low IQ QB who needs a top defense to keep him in ball games each and every game. Not to mention they don't want to mess with the zealot circus of fools he brings with him wherever he goes.
Passing blame is the best form of passing TT does and all you tebowmaniacs follow suit. The ends justify the means and TT is out so what does that tell you?
I think that Tim Tebow proved he deserves to be in the NFL. For anyone who doubts his abilities needs to realize that in his first shot at playing, he won. He didnt pass very often which hurts any quarterbacks completion percentage. He did however have 18 touchdowns to only 6 interceptions(pretty good). People also do not account for the rushing yards he accumulated. He would have rushed for 1,000 yards had he been the starter all year. On pace to anyway. He is a leader who deserves another chance based on his body of work....name one other player in his first year as starter had a 3 to 1 td to interception ratio a divison win along with an impresive win against the NFL's number one rated defense. Tragic....anyone who says negative about tim tebow needs to evaluate the reason you are doing so. Probably anti-GOD or a left winged liberal who glorifies a gay player and any religion except christianity
Guy Wiliford

Vinita, OK

#197 Jun 2, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Simple! Stop acting like a jerk.
Not gonna happen! LOL

However, if you'll go back and check you will see that my jerkiness was directed at some moron who chose to whine and whine about how hard life was for him because he was successful and everyone resented him for it. Wha, wha wha.
Cook

Muncie, IN

#198 Jun 2, 2013
Laughing bear fan is the man lol , I think the stuff u write is funny; alway look on topix to see what u write lol all u Tim Tebow fans must realize he sucks as a quarter back he can't throw the ball right. If he was able to throw the jets would have never released him. He is a good man and inspiration to most but this is football not church all u fake ass Christians stop it with he is a good man!!!! We know this he just can't throw a football...... Here is another thing leave religion out of sports!!!!!! God could care less who wins a football game lol ...... If u Christians are so holly why do u guys believe in holly wars and killings for holly grounds???? I thought though shouldn't kill was a commandment ...... Anyway I didn't mean to piss on anyone religions or point of views but lets leave Tebow as a football player and not talk about what his beliefs are ...the religion part should stay at church all religion does is makes us go seperat way and angers us
Cook

Muncie, IN

#199 Jun 2, 2013
Maybe Tim could remake 40 year old vergin costaring the alter boy & his priest
Tim Teschmuck

Miami, FL

#200 Jun 3, 2013
Cook wrote:
Maybe Tim could remake 40 year old vergin costaring the alter boy & his priest
LMAO
Psych major - promethius

La Palma, CA

#201 Jun 3, 2013
Art Fern wrote:
<quoted text>
Does your mother know you're playing on the computer, or is she as imbecilic as you?
He is not imbecilic (IQ 26-50). He is not even a moron (IQ 51-75). He is an idiot (IQ 0-25).
Just glad I could set you straight.
Psych major - promethius

La Palma, CA

#202 Jun 3, 2013
Whatthefu wrote:
I thinks it's a shame when you have someone with that much talent and ability and has shown what he can do if given a chance p,ay second string behind someone like Sanchez, Ryan what are you thinking. Ryan isman idiot and should have been the first person fired from the jets.
This guy got it right. Not a moron, not an imbecile but an idiot. Don't you just love accuracy.
And let's keep Ryan in place. It keeps the Pats in the post season and protects New York from terrorists. How? Why attack a group of people who can't even discern a bad leader. Wow, based on this, given our country's leadership, America should be safe. Making light of a serious situation.
FLORIDA SWAMPER

Jacksonville, FL

#203 Jun 3, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
Tebow is less worried about his future than his detractors.
GREAT POINT. BESIDES, THEY WOULD RATHER WATCH TROUBLEMAKERS LIKE OWENS OR OCHOCINCO DO STUPID THINGS ON THE FIELD OR ACT LIKE JERKS OFF THE FIELD.
TIM WOULD NOT STOOP TO THE LOW LEVEL OF STUPIDITY OR THOSE WHO CONDONE IT.
Cook

Muncie, IN

#204 Jun 3, 2013
FLORIDA SWAMPER wrote:
<quoted text>GREAT POINT. BESIDES, THEY WOULD RATHER WATCH TROUBLEMAKERS LIKE OWENS OR OCHOCINCO DO STUPID THINGS ON THE FIELD OR ACT LIKE JERKS OFF THE FIELD.
TIM WOULD NOT STOOP TO THE LOW LEVEL OF STUPIDITY OR THOSE WHO CONDONE IT.
. Yea but Tebow sucks at least chad & Owens amused us as fans we watch tv & sports to be amused & these guys were great players u Tebow fans like him because he prays on tv...... The man needs to get laid and then he would not be so tight throwing the ball
Tim Tescrew

Miami, FL

#205 Jun 4, 2013
Cook wrote:
<quoted text>The man needs to get laid and then he would not be so tight throwing the ball
Many of his fans would love to help him out with his need....both the male and the female fans of his. Teblow, take your pick.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#206 Jun 4, 2013
Cook wrote:
<quoted text>. Yea but Tebow sucks at least chad & Owens amused us as fans we watch tv & sports to be amused & these guys were great players u Tebow fans like him because he prays on tv...... The man needs to get laid and then he would not be so tight throwing the ball
The Owens's, Ochocincos, and Dez Bryants were often a liability to a team that caused more destructive chaos than their talent did to help a team.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#207 Jun 4, 2013
Tim Tescrew wrote:
<quoted text>
Many of his fans would love to help him out with his need....both the male and the female fans of his. Teblow, take your pick.
Tjhat is the first time I have aver heard that Hawaiian disease Lakanuki, tied to a players performance. I always though that chasing down the dollies would distract one's attention from concentrating on becoming a better player. A well rested player is better for a team than one who stayed out to all hours of the night.
Travis Henry

Denver, CO

#208 Jun 4, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Tjhat is the first time I have aver heard that Hawaiian disease Lakanuki, tied to a players performance. I always though that chasing down the dollies would distract one's attention from concentrating on becoming a better player. A well rested player is better for a team than one who stayed out to all hours of the night.
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