Former NFL Star Thinks Tim Tebow Needs To Shut Up

Jun 11, 2012 Full story: Silicon Alley Insider 23

Tedy Bruschi, former New England Patriots linebacker and current ESPN analyst, thinks Tebow needs to stop being so vocal with the media , according to ESPN.com. "You need to disappear, okay, Tim Tebow ? You're not the starting quarterback, it's Mark Sanchez's team.

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jay

Walkertown, NC

#1 Jun 13, 2012
Someone needs to tell that little man bruschi to tell the media to stop asking teboe all those stupid questions. ESPN is about the worst, the bias is on full display.
flgator61

Vancouver, WA

#2 Jul 15, 2012
Bruschi shut up, the key word is former we are done with you. go back to making pot holders or whatever people with little brains covered with scar tissue do.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#3 Jul 15, 2012
If Tebow were to shut up, his critics would call him uncooperative with the media. He can't win either way. As long as he is a hot new item, sportswriters will be seeking interviews with him. If Sanchez remains the starter for the Jets and plays well, Tebow will be less in demand for interviews and the issue will simply go away quietly.
John James

Johnstown, PA

#4 Jul 15, 2012
Teddy Bear. You shut up! Tebow has a lot more right to answer media questions about the Jets, which you moron is his team than you do about Tim Tebow who wouldn't know you if he tripped over you. Talk about what you know, which apparently is very little. You and a few so-called NFLers are just upset because a Christian guy has captured the heart of America. Drop a few cold ones Ted and you'll feel better in the morning.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#5 Jul 15, 2012
The difference between Bruschi and Tebow is Bruschi actually earned and was great at his position in the NFL.

Tebow does need to close it, stop going to every red carpet affair he can, stay away from all the MMA events he goes to and concentrate on being able to actually throw the football unless he's come to grips with the fact he just can't be a QB in the NFL and is now accepting his role as a glorified RB in the Wildcat offense.

BTW, a TRUE CHRISTIAN does NOT believe in violence especially for money, fame and fortune and "dropping a few cold ones" to alter ones mind.

Anyone who thinks Tebow is a true believer is truly foolish. He just suckered you for money and ratings and so far it's worked. What's that say about you Tebowmaniacs? ;)

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#6 Jul 16, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
The difference between Bruschi and Tebow is Bruschi actually earned and was great at his position in the NFL.
Tebow does need to close it, stop going to every red carpet affair he can, stay away from all the MMA events he goes to and concentrate on being able to actually throw the football unless he's come to grips with the fact he just can't be a QB in the NFL and is now accepting his role as a glorified RB in the Wildcat offense.
BTW, a TRUE CHRISTIAN does NOT believe in violence especially for money, fame and fortune and "dropping a few cold ones" to alter ones mind.
Anyone who thinks Tebow is a true believer is truly foolish. He just suckered you for money and ratings and so far it's worked. What's that say about you Tebowmaniacs? ;)
Tebow is being nothing more than one who is polite and cooperative with the media. If Tebow rides the bench and Sanchez plays up to his ability, Tebow will become the forgotten man and this phony issue will go way on its own. About Christians and violent sports, what did Jesus say to the centurian, a Roman warrior, about his potentially violent line of work besides nothing? There is nothing sinful about having wealth according to the Bible. It is the misuse and abuse of it that is condemned.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#7 Jul 16, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Tebow is being nothing more than one who is polite and cooperative with the media. If Tebow rides the bench and Sanchez plays up to his ability, Tebow will become the forgotten man and this phony issue will go way on its own. About Christians and violent sports, what did Jesus say to the centurian, a Roman warrior, about his potentially violent line of work besides nothing? There is nothing sinful about having wealth according to the Bible. It is the misuse and abuse of it that is condemned.
Well, first of all there's still that pesky notion that Jesus was NEVER REAL in the first place so to quote based on hearsay and "faith" is not definitive proof something actually occurred.

What I will allow to be used as proof/evidence is the bible does speak on violence as it pertains to keeping oneself "Christ/God-like" and staying away from all things that will harm "the temple" which is supposed to be your body.

Answer this Catman: WWJSay if a "A self-proclaimed true Christian believer" came to him and said Hey Jesus, what say you about me posing for pictures in just my underwear that will be on TV and billboards everywhere bringing attention to me first and sex?

Then WWJSay if one came to him again and said I know THE WORD says to stay clear of temptation but I'm going to go party and fraternize with the same people leaders of your religion condemn daily?

C'mon already...The guy is so full of it you must work with sh*t daily not to see and smell it! He and his marketing agency has really pulled off one of the greatest publicity stunts of our time. He's done better than the Kardashians whom you remember got famous due to Kim sexing it up on video for all to see but ALSO he noticed that and decided to HIRE THE SAME AGENCY AS THE KARDASHIANS! If she can get mega famous for sucking, so can HE! For a guy who sucks as bad as he does as a QB to get all this attention and go where he goes and still doesn't get criticized by his fellow believers is atrocious and the Christian community needs to seriously check themselves and get back to the fundamentals of peace and love...

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#8 Jul 16, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, first of all there's still that pesky notion that Jesus was NEVER REAL in the first place so to quote based on hearsay and "faith" is not definitive proof something actually occurred.
What I will allow to be used as proof/evidence is the bible does speak on violence as it pertains to keeping oneself "Christ/God-like" and staying away from all things that will harm "the temple" which is supposed to be your body.
Answer this Catman: WWJSay if a "A self-proclaimed true Christian believer" came to him and said Hey Jesus, what say you about me posing for pictures in just my underwear that will be on TV and billboards everywhere bringing attention to me first and sex?
Then WWJSay if one came to him again and said I know THE WORD says to stay clear of temptation but I'm going to go party and fraternize with the same people leaders of your religion condemn daily?
C'mon already...The guy is so full of it you must work with sh*t daily not to see and smell it! He and his marketing agency has really pulled off one of the greatest publicity stunts of our time. He's done better than the Kardashians whom you remember got famous due to Kim sexing it up on video for all to see but ALSO he noticed that and decided to HIRE THE SAME AGENCY AS THE KARDASHIANS! If she can get mega famous for sucking, so can HE! For a guy who sucks as bad as he does as a QB to get all this attention and go where he goes and still doesn't get criticized by his fellow believers is atrocious and the Christian community needs to seriously check themselves and get back to the fundamentals of peace and love...
That explains your irrational hostility to Tebow. I try to rspect another's right to believe as one wishes in accordance with the spirit of Amendment I. I don't go hating players for being Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, or anything else as they are grown men and have the right to worship as they please or not at all if they choose so.

Sanchez will likely remain the starter and Tebow will likely be used as a spot player and back-up. Unless he becomes a starter, he will make fewer and fewer headlines and he will not be a major media factor and your wish to see less of Tebow in the media will come true and perhaps the rest of us will get a break from your anti-Tebow hysteria.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#9 Jul 16, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>That explains your irrational hostility to Tebow. I try to rspect another's right to believe as one wishes in accordance with the spirit of Amendment I. I don't go hating players for being Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, or anything else as they are grown men and have the right to worship as they please or not at all if they choose so.
Sanchez will likely remain the starter and Tebow will likely be used as a spot player and back-up. Unless he becomes a starter, he will make fewer and fewer headlines and he will not be a major media factor and your wish to see less of Tebow in the media will come true and perhaps the rest of us will get a break from your anti-Tebow hysteria.
That explains what? You are close-minded and only concerned with what YOU think because I told you literally MONTHS AGO that was my main problem with Tebow because he's a hypercrite to Christianity and the bible.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#10 Jul 16, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>
That explains what? You are close-minded and only concerned with what YOU think because I told you literally MONTHS AGO that was my main problem with Tebow because he's a hypercrite to Christianity and the bible.
That expains that you have a hostility to Tebow because he professes to be a Christian. Talk about being closed-minded.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#11 Jul 16, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>That expains that you have a hostility to Tebow because he professes to be a Christian. Talk about being closed-minded.
Is it possible you can circle talk anymore?

I have no issue with anyone of any race, religion or creed as long as they practice what they preach especially when they're in the spotlight with the opportunity to influence many. Tebow claims to be a "true believer" in Jesus his Christ yet he's not abiding by His words as a true believer would do. That equals being a hypocrite pure and simple.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#12 Jul 16, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Is it possible you can circle talk anymore?
I have no issue with anyone of any race, religion or creed as long as they practice what they preach especially when they're in the spotlight with the opportunity to influence many. Tebow claims to be a "true believer" in Jesus his Christ yet he's not abiding by His words as a true believer would do. That equals being a hypocrite pure and simple.
All I see is a lot of unprovable speculative charges about Tebow and his Christianity. If you are not a Christian yourselfm yourself, why are you so obsessed with whether Tebow is one or not? His character is probably superior to yours anyway.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#13 Jul 16, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>All I see is a lot of unprovable speculative charges about Tebow and his Christianity. If you are not a Christian yourselfm yourself, why are you so obsessed with whether Tebow is one or not? His character is probably superior to yours anyway.
Tebow's a hypocrite. Read YOUR faith's book ie. the bible and don't try and put any modern pop culture spin or definition on it and by it's own words even though the bible has been altered over 70 times that is KNOWN and documented you'll see by the bibles definition Tim Tebow is a hypocrite by his words and actions.

I'm done circle talking with you Kittylitter as I pointed out earlier and months before, you like to see yourself type or hear yourself speak, you never truly answer any questions and when you do you circle talk and answer a question with a ridiculous question.

Time reveals all and when it comes out you'll be the heartbroken one because you're the one in love with the guy. Good luck with that.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#14 Jul 17, 2012
_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>
Tebow's a hypocrite. Read YOUR faith's book ie. the bible and don't try and put any modern pop culture spin or definition on it and by it's own words even though the bible has been altered over 70 times that is KNOWN and documented you'll see by the bibles definition Tim Tebow is a hypocrite by his words and actions.
I'm done circle talking with you Kittylitter as I pointed out earlier and months before, you like to see yourself type or hear yourself speak, you never truly answer any questions and when you do you circle talk and answer a question with a ridiculous question.
Time reveals all and when it comes out you'll be the heartbroken one because you're the one in love with the guy. Good luck with that.
So are you. You wanted on another thread to give the benefit of the doubt to a convicted dog killer Michael Vick who has yet to prove he is among the elite QBs in football and turn around and declare a fine gentleman named Tebow an NFL bust. Nobody in his right mind will say Vick is a man of better character than Tebow, your nitpicking rants notwithstanding. I could not believe that you were stupid enough to leave yourself so wide open for criticiam.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#15 Jul 17, 2012
I meant criticism.
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#16 Aug 1, 2012
The only reason Teblow went to NY was to use the bully-pulpit media to spread the gospel he is a piece of shiit QB

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#17 Aug 5, 2012
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
The only reason Teblow went to NY was to use the bully-pulpit media to spread the gospel he is a piece of shiit QB
It is the media following Tebow ansd not the other way around. Tebow has a lot to learn as a QB, but he certainly did find ways to win with Denver last season. Unlike a number of other high salaried young players, Tebow at least gives an honest day's effort at all times. He wants to get better and is willing to do what is necessary to improve.
tebow fan

Albuquerque, NM

#18 Aug 8, 2012
it is the other guys team, as long as he performs. it was ortons team until it wasnt. tebow is gonna do what he does,and thats to be a good team mate, and if he gets the chance, he will go in and do for the jets fans what he did for the denver fans. tebow makes watching football fun again, and it makes me smile when he proves he can do what so many say he cant.

“I call it as I see it.”

Since: Jul 09

Retirement City

#19 Aug 9, 2012
Last I checked, I am not hearing boasting or trash talk from Tebow.
Laughing Bear Fan

Littleton, CO

#20 Aug 14, 2012
You have no room to boast when you throw interceptions

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