What's Next For Tim Tebow?

Apr 29, 2013 Full story: Silicon Alley Insider 311

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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“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#167 May 24, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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RG3 set up a bridal shower registry at Bed Bath and Beyond recently in preparation for his upcoming wedding. Fans found out and bought everything on that registry. Upon thanking the fans for their kindness on FB and twitter he was bombarded with people telling him that since he's "Rich" he shouldn't accept the gifts, but donate them to charity. Bear in mind, HE DIDN'T ASK FANS FOR ANYTHING, they did this on their own. This is a perfect example of what our countries mindset is right now. No matter how hard you work for a bit of financial freedom, you're a terrible person if you accept a gift from a lower income person, ITS YOU that should be giving to THEM no matter what.
What frustrates me is that no matter how hard we work to make a living we can't gain any ground because there's always somebody with their hand out wanting to take WHAT WE'VE EARNED. I have no problem with helping people out, I'd just like to be able to see exactly where MY money goes and have a say in who gets the help.
What does all this have to do with Tim Tebow?
Cheese Puff Daddy

Farmington, MO

#168 May 24, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>What does all this have to do with Tim Tebow?
This thread took a weird turn when Welfare Wilford became an Obamacare expert. Look back at previous posts and you'll see
Guy Wiliford

Vinita, OK

#169 May 24, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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This thread took a weird turn when Welfare Wilford became an Obamacare expert. Look back at previous posts and you'll see
Liar! You are the one who started whining about Obamacare. Whiny p#ssy!

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#171 May 24, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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This thread took a weird turn when Welfare Wilford became an Obamacare expert. Look back at previous posts and you'll see
Just for the record, I am not singling you out. It would have been better, however, if you had just ignored the off topic post in the first place.
Annette

Whitby, Canada

#172 May 25, 2013
I think he will be great where ever he goes. I just know who puts their trust and faith in him will not regret it. He is one of the best athletes out there.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Farmington, MO

#173 May 25, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Just for the record, I am not singling you out. It would have been better, however, if you had just ignored the off topic post in the first place.
You guys can have this thread from here on out. I'm bowing out due to lack if interest. Not much more can be said about Tebow and these religious vs non religious Topix debates have become cliche and rather cheesy. Ya'll have fun.
Guy Wiliford

Vinita, OK

#174 May 25, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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You guys can have this thread from here on out. I'm bowing out due to lack if interest. Not much more can be said about Tebow and these religious vs non religious Topix debates have become cliche and rather cheesy. Ya'll have fun.
P#ssy!

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#175 May 25, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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I have no problem with State taxes and Sales taxes to pay for roads etc. piss on the IRS and the Fed tho. I know that some people really need help but that's what family and friends are for or private charities. Love em or hate em, churches reach out to help those in need. Local church here hands out food once a month and takes up donations to help families during tragedies and trying times. We're being taxed to DEATH!!! As the people on this thread don't like being told what to believe in, I don't like being told where my money should go. I talked to a guy on FB that is paying out 55% in taxes!! That means he works for free from January well into June. That's outrageous, and the rest of us are being screwed too. There's not enough people paying in to support those who aren't.
The IRS is nobody's friend and they've pulled some crap recently I know but it's a necessary evil.

Churches can do some awesome things and if they'd just help to help instead of helping in order to get to preach or sermon later I wouldn't mind them as much. For the most part they have an agenda and I don't believe that to be right. Just help and let your actions do all the talking IMO.

I can only speak for myself as far as family goes and I don't need anymore enemies as mine are all blood related and if I fell on hard times how right is it that I ask my friends for help if they're struggling too?

I don't like big gov't and them interfering in our day to day lives but some of these federal programs are absolutely necessary and just hope you never have to know first hand how truly necessary they are. It may do you some good to go volunteer your time with people who are in need and on assistance and you'll see the majority of them aren't milking it and truly need it to live and keep theirs alive.

I think you're an intelligent guy, you'll see it one day.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#177 May 25, 2013
Guy Wiliford wrote:
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P#ssy!
Why? SMH
Annette

Whitby, Canada

#178 May 28, 2013
Tim Failbow wrote:
lol, what's next for him is the unemployment line. Kid is ****ing trash and doesn't belong in the league. Keep crying over your failure of a hero, kids! Haha!
LOL, someone's jealous!
gatorfan0718

Williamstown, KY

#179 May 28, 2013
tebow is a good football player may not be the best passer but the boy can run and with the dedication he has he can be great just put him behind someone really good to give him some pointers and in a few year as 2nd string he will arise a superstar

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#180 May 28, 2013
gatorfan0718 wrote:
tebow is a good football player may not be the best passer but the boy can run and with the dedication he has he can be great just put him behind someone really good to give him some pointers and in a few year as 2nd string he will arise a superstar
I think it is too early to label him as either a failure or a probable success story. Many a great player who sizzled in college fizzled in the pros. On the other hand, unheralded college players have become Hall of Famers in the NFL.
Pats and Press in Review

Cypress, CA

#181 May 29, 2013
Funny how articles are written. Seems its harder and harder to find any truth in them.
Article says Ballards pickup from Giants was brilliant. Don't think so. Good move with limited risk maybe, but brilliant?, Give us a break. Had he not been picked up, it would have been negligent, and all those who passed on him were just that, negligent. And that's the state of upper management in the NFL, and why just doing your job has now turned into being brilliant. And puting out a defense that rates in the bottom three for three years running, makes you a genius.
Another article identifies the Pats 2009 draft as pretty bad, but then says many other teams had bad drafts too so the Pats really did OK. This is our press corps. The people who are suppose to inform you. Is it any wonder the country is going to hell in a hand basket when half the country re-elects the team that put us here, or at least did nothing to stem the tide and is now making it worse by burdening us and our kids with trillions of debt, claiming its how we dig ourselves out of debt, by going into more debt. Wake up America, if you were thrown in a 20 foot ditch, these same people would be telling you to dig deeper to get out.
It's true what they say, each generation gets the Government they deserve.
America's only chance now is a miracle, so we had better turn to the author of miracles before the disaster strikes. And it is a no brainier it's on the way as we speak. And you don't even have to know anything about inflation, debt or acceptance of debauchery in gov't to know this. Just look at what passes for truth in our sports meda.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#182 May 29, 2013
Pats and Press in Review wrote:
Funny how articles are written. Seems its harder and harder to find any truth in them.
Article says Ballards pickup from Giants was brilliant. Don't think so. Good move with limited risk maybe, but brilliant?, Give us a break. Had he not been picked up, it would have been negligent, and all those who passed on him were just that, negligent. And that's the state of upper management in the NFL, and why just doing your job has now turned into being brilliant. And puting out a defense that rates in the bottom three for three years running, makes you a genius.
Another article identifies the Pats 2009 draft as pretty bad, but then says many other teams had bad drafts too so the Pats really did OK. This is our press corps. The people who are suppose to inform you. Is it any wonder the country is going to hell in a hand basket when half the country re-elects the team that put us here, or at least did nothing to stem the tide and is now making it worse by burdening us and our kids with trillions of debt, claiming its how we dig ourselves out of debt, by going into more debt. Wake up America, if you were thrown in a 20 foot ditch, these same people would be telling you to dig deeper to get out.
It's true what they say, each generation gets the Government they deserve.
America's only chance now is a miracle, so we had better turn to the author of miracles before the disaster strikes. And it is a no brainier it's on the way as we speak. And you don't even have to know anything about inflation, debt or acceptance of debauchery in gov't to know this. Just look at what passes for truth in our sports meda.
Ballard's pick up by the Pats was spite work and nothing more. Bellichick is still reeling over the fact that he was passed over for a head coaching vacancy with the Giants back in the early '90s. The Pats are very deep at the tight end position and have absolutely no need of Ballard and the seriousness of his knee injury may be career ending anyway, or at the very least, career limiting as he was unable to play last year at all. Martellus Bennett was an upgrade over Ballard and Brandon Myers is a likely upgrade over Bennett whose contract demands were too high for the Giants who wisely let him walk.

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Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#183 May 29, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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You guys can have this thread from here on out. I'm bowing out due to lack if interest. Not much more can be said about Tebow and these religious vs non religious Topix debates have become cliche and rather cheesy. Ya'll have fun.
I did try to keep tyebow's religion out of the discussion other than to say his character is likely an asset rather than a liability. He does not seem to have a spoiled brat mentality like many other young players and does seem reasonably compliant.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#184 May 29, 2013
Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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This thread took a weird turn when Welfare Wilford became an Obamacare expert. Look back at previous posts and you'll see
It was not my intention to single you out on this matter. The thread should be about Tebow and not Obama. For what ists worth, I have mixed feeling about Obamacare and have nothing more to say about it. In less than a year. I will be eligible for Medicare anyway.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#185 May 29, 2013
Guy Wiliford wrote:
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P#ssy!
That was uncalled for and it could result in a warning from Topix moderators.
Cheese Puff Daddy

Farmington, MO

#186 May 29, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>It was not my intention to single you out on this matter. The thread should be about Tebow and not Obama. For what ists worth, I have mixed feeling about Obamacare and have nothing more to say about it. In less than a year. I will be eligible for Medicare anyway.
I think you guys have offered just about every opinion about TIm Tebow and his career or lack of one possible. As for what's next for him? Only time will tell, he has several options ahead and speculation of which route he'll take is only something that he may or may not know right now.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#187 May 30, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>I did try to keep tyebow's religion out of the discussion other than to say his character is likely an asset rather than a liability. He does not seem to have a spoiled brat mentality like many other young players and does seem reasonably compliant.
It's unfair for the TT supporters (although you "say" you're not one <rolls eyes>) to say to keep religion out of the discussion when talking about TT yet they fail to forget that's what TT used and made a public display of to attain all of his hype and attention good and bad.

I say, he started it so all is fair to discuss, dissect and ultimately judge. He put himself on center stage by using his faith and his public displays of trademarked "Tebowing". No one else did. Notice how TT has never once asked the faithful and non to stop talking about his faith and himself. All part of the plan.

If you don't share TT's faith, his character is definitely NOT an asset and is highly offensive. TT would get a lot further with everyone if he had an ounce of sensitivity and tolerance.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#188 May 30, 2013
_Jusayin_ wrote:
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It's unfair for the TT supporters (although you "say" you're not one <rolls eyes>) to say to keep religion out of the discussion when talking about TT yet they fail to forget that's what TT used and made a public display of to attain all of his hype and attention good and bad.
I say, he started it so all is fair to discuss, dissect and ultimately judge. He put himself on center stage by using his faith and his public displays of trademarked "Tebowing". No one else did. Notice how TT has never once asked the faithful and non to stop talking about his faith and himself. All part of the plan.
If you don't share TT's faith, his character is definitely NOT an asset and is highly offensive. TT would get a lot further with everyone if he had an ounce of sensitivity and tolerance.
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.

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