Dallas Cowboys: Should the Cowboys Sign Tim Tebow If He's Released?

Jan 17, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BleacherReport

Laugh if you want about all of the Tim Tebow talk, but it may not be such a bad idea for Tebow to head to Dallas.

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mmc

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I love Tebow but I thought Jerry didn't care for him....
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I kinda believe that if the NFL would allow it, the cowboys would still wear leather helmets, I don't see Jones adopting any new offensive schemes, he will stick with tradition, not a good fit for Tebow
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As a backup q/b would be good. The ones that make fun of Tbow will pay for their remarks one day. He is a Christian and lives it.
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Lavine Watson wrote:
As a backup q/b would be good. The ones that make fun of Tbow will pay for their remarks one day. He is a Christian and lives it.
Tebow and Te'owhatshisballs should get together and discuss their imaginary friends.
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Jan 18, 2013
 
yea wasnt buyn idea but after read the reasons.. Not a bad idea. we need future RG3 , Russell Wilson. etc.. Qb. something...
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Romo must have some pictures of Jerry or something. WHY is he still the QB?!

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Once again here's a clear cut case that the majority of people that love Tebow have no clue about football at all.

He cannot be a viable back up QB in a conventional pro-style pocket passing offense. Period.

His only hope is that one of the teams that use the spread option will pick him up but again do any of them want his circus and his shameless self promotion in town?

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Lavine Watson wrote:
As a backup q/b would be good. The ones that make fun of Tbow will pay for their remarks one day. He is a Christian and lives it.
Great Christian, sorry ass QB in the NFL
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<quoted text>Great Christian, sorry ass QB in the NFL
I totally agree. Tebow is done in the NFL. If I were JJ, I would take a quote from the "Godfather" movie, and make Urban Meyer, Ohio State's coach, and make him an offer he cannot refuse to coach the Cowboys in 2013. Get rid of Garrett!

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<quoted text> I totally agree. Tebow is done in the NFL. If I were JJ, I would take a quote from the "Godfather" movie, and make Urban Meyer, Ohio State's coach, and make him an offer he cannot refuse to coach the Cowboys in 2013. Get rid of Garrett!
One can argue that Meyer is the main reason why Tebow is in the situation he's in currently as it pertains to the fact that Meyer never readied Tebow for the NFL and was happy to allow Tebow to win in college but suffer in the pros.
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Well, the Cowboys were dumb enough to sign, and give a big contract to, Romo.
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One can argue that Meyer is the main reason why Tebow is in the situation he's in currently as it pertains to the fact that Meyer never readied Tebow for the NFL and was happy to allow Tebow to win in college but suffer in the pros.
The Patriots sent Josh Daniels to Florida to learn all he could from Meyer about the spread offense. New England then implemented it. Tebow was a good college qb, just like some high school players are just good high school players only. Tebow just never was good enough for the next level beyond college.

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<quoted text> The Patriots sent Josh Daniels to Florida to learn all he could from Meyer about the spread offense. New England then implemented it. Tebow was a good college qb, just like some high school players are just good high school players only. Tebow just never was good enough for the next level beyond college.
I totally agree but there were whispers months ago saying that Meyer knew he was capable of winning in Florida with TT even with his bad throwing mechanics but he cared to do nothing to prepare TT for the next level. He was content to ride TT in college and leave it up to TT himself to improve for the NFL.

TT should have done that himself but isn't it a college coaches' job to prepare a player for the NFL especially if you know he'll be drafted?

This all comes back full circle to the fact that TT knew his throwing was inferior so a plan was devised to build on his hype from college to put him in positions his skill set didn't reflect in the NFL. If he was prepared and learned to throw the right way, he wouldn't need the tebowmaniacs and his circus pressuring teams and coaches. His skill would simply do all the talking necessary.
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Suburban Meyer prepped Tebow for the NFL by instilling him with sage advice such as "Preach Early, preach often", "make sure both your ass cheeks are planted firmly on the bench so you don't slide off", and "he who runs shirtless in practice gets all the soccer moms".
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<quoted text> The Patriots sent Josh Daniels to Florida to learn all he could from Meyer about the spread offense. New England then implemented it. Tebow was a good college qb, just like some high school players are just good high school players only. Tebow just never was good enough for the next level beyond college.
Tebow is learning his true calling by sitting on the bench.
Soon the Lord will call him to lean on the pulpit
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_Jusayin_ wrote:
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I totally agree but there were whispers months ago saying that Meyer knew he was capable of winning in Florida with TT even with his bad throwing mechanics but he cared to do nothing to prepare TT for the next level. He was content to ride TT in college and leave it up to TT himself to improve for the NFL.
TT should have done that himself but isn't it a college coaches' job to prepare a player for the NFL especially if you know he'll be drafted?
This all comes back full circle to the fact that TT knew his throwing was inferior so a plan was devised to build on his hype from college to put him in positions his skill set didn't reflect in the NFL. If he was prepared and learned to throw the right way, he wouldn't need the tebowmaniacs and his circus pressuring teams and coaches. His skill would simply do all the talking necessary.
That was a very good mature response. I just wonder how in the world he ever won the Heisman. He was just a good college qb in Urban Meyer's system (at the college level), and that was all he was. He will best be suited as a sports analyst.
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With the salary cap being a hugh problem and all the other holes we need to fill, why on earth would Tebow even get a consideration?

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<quoted text> That was a very good mature response. I just wonder how in the world he ever won the Heisman. He was just a good college qb in Urban Meyer's system (at the college level), and that was all he was. He will best be suited as a sports analyst.
Thanks, I try...

TT was a beast in college, a nearly unstoppable force but the system was designed around TT and TT had the best players in the country on his team as Florida then were always in the top 5 of recruiting and maybe they were no.1 then? So he's playing alongside the best week in and out and Florida's defense was superb too which always took pressure off the offense.

TT never made any real improvements from the collegiate level to the pros and every true accomplished professional athlete has HAD to transition and improve on his/her game. TT has relied on other things non football to get him where he's at and if he's exiled it will be his fault alone in the end.
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Tim Tebow benchwarmer in game of life
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_Jusayin_ wrote:
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Thanks, I try...
TT was a beast in college, a nearly unstoppable force but the system was designed around TT and TT had the best players in the country on his team as Florida then were always in the top 5 of recruiting and maybe they were no.1 then? So he's playing alongside the best week in and out and Florida's defense was superb too which always took pressure off the offense.
TT never made any real improvements from the collegiate level to the pros and every true accomplished professional athlete has HAD to transition and improve on his/her game. TT has relied on other things non football to get him where he's at and if he's exiled it will be his fault alone in the end.
Hey, I totally agree with all your comments! TT was no better than a highly touted high school qb, no skills, he just won. Luckily, he was surrounded with a great Florida team that earned him a Heisman (what a joke). He will best be served either being an NFL or college analyst, or as a preacher. His days in the NFL are over. I truly feel sorry for the team that may pick him up in the off season. Just more money to TT and a loss to whatever team picks him up. Another Donavan McNabb, or Oakland qb story.

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