Tim Tebow rumors: Tebow to Browns, Ra...

Tim Tebow rumors: Tebow to Browns, Rams becomes hot topic

There are 67 comments on the Examiner.com story from Oct 22, 2013, titled Tim Tebow rumors: Tebow to Browns, Rams becomes hot topic. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

Tim Tebow #5 of the New England Patriots throws a pass against the New York Giants in the second half during the preseason game at Gillette Stadium on August 29, 2013 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

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Streetrunner

Babylon, NY

#46 Dec 1, 2013
There is very few in the NFL who can throw on the run, while changing direction, like Tebow. With his newly developed accuracy he just needs one more shot to be a contender.
Dave

La Palma, CA

#47 Dec 3, 2013
Streetrunner wrote:
There is very few in the NFL who can throw on the run, while changing direction, like Tebow. With his newly developed accuracy he just needs one more shot to be a contender.
Where and when did this newly developed accuracy come from and has it been verified or is it just wishful thinking. Most folks wish Tim well but to get chance after chance after chance and continually show he is not accurate as a passer, holds onto the ball too long, has a slow release, has bad footwork, and just throws a generally bad ball keeps him on the street and off a teams roster. If he truly was a difference maker, teams would fight over him since they give hoodlums, law breakers and disciplinary problems a chance just because they are an improvement over previous rosters. The day Tim can prove he can make a difference is the day he will be employed by the NFL. Crazies yelling unfair won't make it happen. So save your breath.
Timmy Teblow

Miami, FL

#49 Dec 4, 2013
Tebow will be a future Uncle Rico.
Streetrunner

Babylon, NY

#50 Dec 5, 2013
Not to whip a semi dead horse ... but I still think given the right opportunity Tebow could do something big. He does bring a lot to the table: strong arm, good runner, good eye hand coordination, crowd draw to fill stadiums and TV watchers, good work ethic, good mental positive, not a hothead (most would have slapped Ryan). Maybe if he slapped Ryan people would like him more (even Laughing Bear Fan).
Incognutso

Miami, FL

#51 Dec 6, 2013
I would have total respect for Tebow if he had run a train on Rex and had shat in his mouth.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#53 Dec 10, 2013
Incognutso wrote:
I would have total respect for Tebow if he had run a train on Rex and had shat in his mouth.
I think he did. I can't believe it was anything less than a life threatening experience that would make Rectal Rex ditch the 46 cheeseburger/day diet. Incognutso may have shat in his burgers before putting them in the shopping kart Rex used to haul the burgers to his office
Janitor

La Palma, CA

#54 Dec 10, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
<quoted text>I think he did. I can't believe it was anything less than a life threatening experience that would make Rectal Rex ditch the 46 cheeseburger/day diet. Incognutso may have shat in his burgers before putting them in the shopping kart Rex used to haul the burgers to his office
If Woody Johnson, Jets owner, ever gets off all those meds he makes at Johnson & Johnson, Rex Ryan will be Rex Crying' after he is let go for yet another dismal year. Pats fans want Ryan in New York so they can continue to claim Division Titles. A great coordinator, however as a head coach leaves much to be desired.
Hard Johnson

Miami, FL

#55 Dec 11, 2013
Johnson & Johnson, maker of tampons, ready to tackle Rex Ryan's heaviest menstrual flows.
Frank

La Palma, CA

#57 Dec 16, 2013
Hard Johnson wrote:
Johnson & Johnson, maker of tampons, ready to tackle Rex Ryan's heaviest menstrual flows.
Noticed you have been up here longer than four hours. Aren't you supposed to see a doctor about that or something?
Frank

La Palma, CA

#58 Dec 16, 2013
Watching the Baltimore Detroit game as I write this. Idea came to me that Jacoby Jones played for Texans before Baltimore picked him up. Led me to....Why is it the Pats only have receivers that came from the Hobbit while other good teams have tall, long, fast receivers who can go get it. Seems Brady is working with a handicap no QB should have to endure.
Way to go Mr Kraft. How about a little Mac & Cheese on those Hobbits.
If you met me you'd probably give me some Boston Baked Beans so I cold be Frank and Beans. You're a funny guy Mr Kraft, too bad you think Brady alone can win a championship. You sure know how to waste a golden opportunity.
Freddy

La Palma, CA

#60 Dec 22, 2013
If Peyton Manning doesn't win the Superbowl this year the Broncos will be exactly where Tebow left them. A great team that can win postseason games but not the big one. So how does that make Manning the MVP again? Manning = Tebow but with bigger stats = MVP
I will never understand how stupid sports writers are in supporting Manning year in and year out whether he deserves it or not. Makes the NFL look like WWF where the results are determined ahead of time. Why watch then? And what do the writers have against the really deserving players who actually make their teams better?
MVPs have won the award for having the best record, or the best stats, or doing more with less. Whenever Manning fits any of these scenarios the writers defer to him. In 2004 CJ2K lost the award to Manning despite having better stats a better record and running for over 2000 yards. In 2003 Writers refused to give it to McNair outright though he deserved it, so they decided to have him share it with Manning. Would like to know the backstory why writers support Manning even in years when he doesn't deserve it. Like this year, he is clearly the offensive player of the year due to his stats, but MVP is supposed to be based on leadership and getting the most out of what's around you, like the QBs from Seattle and New England or the running back from KC.
So far this year Manning has lost to underdogs San Diego, Indy and a whopper of a loss to a seriously undermanned New England team. If Peyton is MVP, Charles Manson is a humanitarian.
Clem

Hamilton, Canada

#61 Dec 24, 2013
Streetrunner wrote:
Not to whip a semi dead horse ... but I still think given the right opportunity Tebow could do something big. He does bring a lot to the table: strong arm, good runner, good eye hand coordination, crowd draw to fill stadiums and TV watchers, good work ethic, good mental positive, not a hothead (most would have slapped Ryan). Maybe if he slapped Ryan people would like him more (even Laughing Bear Fan).
His only problem is he can't throw.
Terry

La Palma, CA

#62 Dec 24, 2013
Clem wrote:
<quoted text> His only problem is he can't throw.
Oh he can throw all right, just not with the accuracy required to be an NFL QB. Bad footwork, strange windup and even stranger release. His high school and college coaches did him no favors by accepting his winning ways without attempting to fix his less than acceptable throwing motion. Margins for error are enormous in high school and still quite large in college. Unfortunately for Tim, when you get to the Pros the players are much better than the top one tenth of one percent so margins are very, very small. Great high school and college player because he met the margins. At the pro level he just doesn't measure up. He could work for years and not make it. Some folks just aren't gifted to the degree necessary to fit the mold of an NFL QB. Tim isn't. Sorry to burst the bubbles of so many who wish he was. If he was serviceable why would any team choose to lose rather than take him on and win? They wouldn't.
Navajo Joe

Farmington, NM

#63 Dec 29, 2013
The Navajo Nation is behind you Tebow. You are one of kind and people cant take it. We love you and we wish the Cardinals or Cowboys would contract you. The location is so close that our nation can support you and watch you perform. You are awesome. May the great spirit watch over you all the time.
Terry

La Palma, CA

#64 Dec 30, 2013
Navajo Joe wrote:
The Navajo Nation is behind you Tebow. You are one of kind and people cant take it. We love you and we wish the Cardinals or Cowboys would contract you. The location is so close that our nation can support you and watch you perform. You are awesome. May the great spirit watch over you all the time.
Like your sentiment and love the guy too, many do. But Until he can fix his delivery and decision making, no one will risk giving him a chance. Teams will go with whoever they think will deliver the win. Then again, It could be that the great spirit, which is Jesus Christ, has an alternate plan for this one. Wishing you and yours well this Christmas and throughout the New Year.
Chief Runningwithsciss ors

Miami, FL

#65 Dec 30, 2013
Navajo Joe wrote:
The Navajo Nation is behind you Tebow. You are one of kind and people cant take it. We love you and we wish the Cardinals or Cowboys would contract you. The location is so close that our nation can support you and watch you perform. You are awesome. May the great spirit watch over you all the time.
I have an aunt who had a Jeep Cherokee. I guess that makes me part Indian or something.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#66 Dec 30, 2013
I get paid on the 15th & last day of the month
That makes me part Indian too
Janitor

La Palma, CA

#67 Dec 30, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
I get paid on the 15th & last day of the month
That makes me part Indian too
How
bill434

New Albany, IN

#68 Dec 30, 2013
Decision making has been pretty good. 29td's to 9 int? Do your home work hater. Don't just repeat garbage you heard on the internet. Bonjor!!!
StegRock

Mililani, HI

#69 Jan 2, 2014
bill434 wrote:
Decision making has been pretty good. 29td's to 9 int? Do your home work hater. Don't just repeat garbage you heard on the internet. Bonjor!!!
Let me preface... I am rooting for Tebow. I think, if some team is willing to think outside the box with their offensive scheme, they will reap the benefits of a winner under center.

That said, the stats cited here have to be amended. If we are going to include Tebow's rushing stats, then the ratio should be 29 touchdowns to 15 turnovers. He had 6 lost fumbles. Passing, he threw 17 TD's to 6 interceptions.

Regardless, I think bill434's point stands. I just wanted to clean it up so as to avoid any accusations of tendentiousness.

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