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San Francisco 49ers Interested in Tim Tebow, Trade With New York Jets?

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December 9, 2012; Jacksonville, FL, USA; New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow warms up before the game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the New York Jets at EverBank Field.

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“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

Take a Looonng Vacation

#21 Mar 12, 2013
Ha...let's hope the 'Niners aren't dumb enough to bring 'Tebowmania' to 'Frisco! That'd completely kill their chances of winning a Superbowl next year...

“Stop the Brain Rot”

Since: Jan 12

Take a Looonng Vacation

#22 Mar 12, 2013
Broncos Fan wrote:
Tebow had the highest passer rating in SEC history easily beating Peyton Eli Stafford or Couch ! Cant have those numbers if you aren't a very acurate passer. Do the math haters he is being blackballed because of his beliefs and im not s church going person it's just a fact. Also his stats in the NFL his first 10 games are better than almost every hall of Fame QB out there so the numbers dont lie just the people do !!!
First, he's not in College ball anymore, so that's irrelevant.

Second, he's looked lost at times in the pros, and misses quite a few passes BADLY.

Third, I know of NO evidence that his beliefs have hurt him, indeed many religiuos nuts constantly pushed for him to play and helped get him on the field in Denver - when, to his credit, he DID show a certain amount of leadership.

I don't know if he'll ever make a pro quarterback anywhere again, but the bottom line is he's pretty overrated. I don't "hate" the guy but am just not that impressed.
Elway has Horseteeth

Miami, FL

#23 Mar 12, 2013
Broncos Fan wrote:
Tebow had the highest passer rating in SEC history easily beating Peyton Eli Stafford or Couch ! Cant have those numbers if you aren't a very acurate passer. Do the math haters he is being blackballed because of his beliefs and im not s church going person it's just a fact. Also his stats in the NFL his first 10 games are better than almost every hall of Fame QB out there so the numbers dont lie just the people do !!!
Thanks for your deep insight. Since Teblow broke SEC passing records, he should immediately be named the starter on a contending NFL team and handed a SB ring.

Kurt Warner was blackballed for his deep religious beliefs too. It kept him from being named a starter. Oh wait,....
Tebow wears Jesuspants

Miami, FL

#24 Mar 12, 2013
Teblow can distribute Gatorade and sweat towels on the sideline just fine. Just keep him away from the QB pocket.
Tebow the jockstrap Jesus

Miami, FL

#25 Mar 12, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
<quoted text>
What stats please show them. I will bet you my savings that his comp.% and completions and QBR and passer rating are no where near as good as you say.
Careful...the only thing Bronco Fan may have to bet you with is an old Broncos jersey with "Tebow" on the back.

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#26 Mar 12, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
<quoted text>
What stats please show them. I will bet you my savings that his comp.% and completions and QBR and passer rating are no where near as good as you say.
These tebowmaniacs I swear...They are forced to use what he did in college while he was surrounded by arguably the best players in the nation because they were in the top 3 for recruiting if not #1 then, to try and legitimize him starting in the NFL. So weak.

That's why we know beyond a doubt that these tebowmaniacs are religious sheeple and not true football fans as real, knowledgeable football fans know a bust or a player who lacks and just isn't cut out for the pros.

A while back "LBF" from Denver and "Teblow" from Miami posted this long list of QB's and other players who excelled in college yet flopped in the pro's and never got half the chance TT got and it's easy to see what separated all of them from TT. TT plays it up to the religious ones.

Even though he isn't very good, we must give TT props for keeping himself relevant in the media and staying in the NFL this long even though he counts on outside influences for it.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#27 Mar 12, 2013
The Jets just signed Gerard
Wonder why?
Could it be the conclave issued a puff of white smoke for Tebow to be the pope?
Or could it be they are raising the white flag of surrender since Tebow couldn't beat out sanchez, mcelroy and now gerard
Kind of sucks to be a tebowmaniac right now doesn't it?
They Took r Jobs

Hamilton, Canada

#28 Mar 12, 2013
Vatican City Update.
White smoke will billow from the Sistine Chapel until Tim Tebow finds a job as a starting QB in the N.F.L.
There's talk of clearcutting the rainforest to keep the smoke billowing.
Incompletion Jesus

Miami, FL

#29 Mar 12, 2013
When you can't make it ass a backup on a lousy QBless Jets team...yous in trouble boy
Broncos Fan

Eugene, OR

#30 Mar 12, 2013
Kerry J. Byrne>COLD HARD FOOTBALL FACTS
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The tale of six college quarterbacks
Story Highlights
Cold Hard Football Facts puts more stock in numbers than opinion
Comparing six big-name college quarterbacks, one stands out
Some NFL pundits believe Tim Tebow is only worth a fourth-round pick
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The glittering genius of the Cold, Hard Football Facts is that we admire only numbers and productivity.
We put little stock in a player's pedigree. And we put even less stock in the "pundits" and their outdated weapon of choice, the opinion.
So it is today that we dive into one of the biggest stories of the 2010 NFL Draft by looking at the college productivity of six legendary quarterbacks here in the modern pass-happy era.
Six Big-Name College Quarterbacks
Player Comp. Att. Pct. Yards YPA TD INT Rating*
Player A 851 1,354 62.85 11,201 8.27 90 33 100.93
Player B 825 1,232 66.96 8,772 7.12 76 37 95.60
Player C 841 1,383 60.81 10,286 7.44 84 36 93.15
Player D 493 797 61.86 6,625 8.31 52 21 99.04
Player E 564 986 57.20 7,731 7.84 51 33 85.72
Player F 661 985 67.11 9,286 9.43 88 15 120.72
* Using the NFL formula for passer rating, not the NCAA formula
The numbers aren't even close. One player dominates. One player leaps screaming off the list. That dominant individual, of course, is Player F. This quarterback:
Was the most accurate of any of these six passers.
Dominated the average per attempt category -- our favorite number -- by better than 1 yard per attempt over the No. 2 player on the list.
Boasts a passer rating so sky high it defies description, nearly 20 full points better than the No. 2 player on the list.
Elsewhere, Player F was No. 2 in total TD passes -- but easily No. 1 in TD pass percentage. Player F threw a TD on 8.9 percent of his pass attempts -- easily outpacing Player A, who threw a touchdown on 6.6 percent of his pass attempts.
Finally, Player F protected the ball much better than any of the other quarterbacks on this list. Player F threw an interception on just 1.52 percent of attempts -- easily outpacing Player C, who threw an interception on 2.60 percent of attempts. And you know what we've always told you: quarterbacks who throw picks lose games. Quarterbacks who don't throw picks win games.
Dying to know who they are, aren't ya? Well, the numbers represent the college career stats of six of the greatest quarterbacks in the modern history of the SEC. Here goes:
Player A is Peyton Manning. He played for Tennessee in the SEC and was the No. 1 overall pick in the 1998 draft.
Player B is Tim Couch. He played for Kentucky in the SEC and was the No. 1 overall pick in the 1999 draft.
Player C is Eli Manning. He played for Ole Miss in the SEC and was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2004 draft.
Player D is JaMarcus Russell. He played for LSU in the SEC and was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2007 draft.
Player E is Matt Stafford. He played for Georgia in the SEC and was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2009 draft.
Tim Tebow has been downgraded by some teams for having poor throwing mechanics.
Bob Rosato/SI
And, finally, Player F is Tim Tebow. He played for Florida in the SEC and will be far from the No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 draft.
Broncos Fan

Eugene, OR

#31 Mar 12, 2013
And, finally, Player F is Tim Tebow. He played for Florida in the SEC and will be far from the No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 draft.
The list tells us many things.
First, it tells us the SEC has dominated the draft in recent years, as you probably already knew. But five guys at the most important position on the field taken No. 1 overall in a 12-year stretch is a remarkable accomplishment, even by the lofty standards of the dominant conference in college football.
Second, it tells us that NFL talent evaluators are out of their freaking minds.
Tebow, as you know, is the biggest question mark in the 2010 draft among the pigskin punditistas. He's the highest rated passer in the history of SEC football. He was easily a better passer than Peyton Manning or Stafford or Couch or any of the guys whose ability to pass was never really questioned by NFL talent analysts.
And yet NFL evaluators, for some reason, aren't sold on Tebow. Couch and Russell are two bona fide NFL busts, even though pro football talent evaluators couldn't usher them into the league fast enough. Yet these same talent evaluators harbor grave doubts about the ability of the greatest and most efficient passer in SEC history to pass the ball at the next level.

Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/writers...
Broncos Fan

Eugene, OR

#32 Mar 12, 2013
Wow google so hard just goes to show how stupid the Tebow haters are.
Broncos Fan

Eugene, OR

#34 Mar 12, 2013
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Passing Yards Per Attempt
2007 NCAA 9.4 (1st)
2007 SEC 9.4 (1st)
2008 NCAA 9.2 (4th)
2008 SEC 9.2 (1st)
2009 NCAA 9.2 (4th)
2009 SEC 9.2 (1st)
Career NCAA* 9.3 (5th)
Career SEC** 9.3 (1st)
* Since 1977
** Since 1956
Adjusted Passing Yards Per Attempt
2007 NCAA 10.4 (1st)
2007 SEC 10.4 (1st)
2008 NCAA 10.6 (2nd)
2008 SEC 10.6 (1st)
2009 NCAA 9.8 (1st)
2009 SEC 9.8 (1st)
Career NCAA* 10.4 (3rd)
Career SEC** 10.4 (1st)
* Since 1977
** Since 1956
Passing Touchdowns
2007 NCAA 32 (8th)
2007 SEC 32 (2nd)
2008 SEC 30 (1st)
2009 SEC 21 (5th)
Career SEC** 88 (4th)
** Since 1956
Passing Efficiency Rating
2007 NCAA 172.5 (2nd)
2007 SEC 172.5 (1st)
2008 NCAA 172.4 (4th)
2008 SEC 172.4 (1st)
2009 NCAA 164.2 (1st)
2009 SEC 164.2 (1st)
Career NCAA* 170.8 (2nd)
Career SEC** 170.8 (1st)
* Since 1977
** Since 1956
Rush Attempts
2007 SEC 210 (7th)
2008 SEC 176 (6th)
2009 SEC 217 (5th)
Career SEC** 692 (13th)
** Since 1956
Rushing Yards
2008 SEC 673 (7th)
2009 SEC 910 (6th)
Rushing Yards Per Attempt
2006 SEC 5.3 (4th)
Rushing Touchdowns
2006 SEC 8 (5th)
2007 NCAA 23 (3rd)
2007 SEC 23 (1st)
2008 SEC 12 (3rd)
2009 SEC 14 (2nd)
Career NCAA* 57 (11th)
Career SEC** 57 (1st)
* Since 1977
** Since 1956
Plays From Scrimmage
2007 SEC 210 (10th)
2008 SEC 176 (7th)
2009 SEC 217 (7th)
Career SEC** 692 (18th)
** Since 1956
Touchdowns From Scrimmage
2007 NCAA 23 (3rd)
2007 SEC 23 (1st)
2008 SEC 12 (4th)
2009 SEC 14 (2nd)
Career NCAA* 57 (20th)
Career SEC** 57 (1st)
* Since 1977
** Since 1956
Total Plays
2007 SEC 560 (2nd)
2008 SEC 474 (1st)
2009 SEC 531 (2nd)
Career SEC** 1687 (4th)
** Since 1956
Total Yards
2007 NCAA 4181 (7th)
2007 SEC 4181 (1st)
2008 SEC 3419 (2nd)
2009 NCAA 3805 (8th)
2009 SEC 3805 (1st)
Career SEC** 12232 (1st)
** Since 1956
Total Yards Per Play
2007 NCAA 7.5 (7th)
2007 SEC 7.5 (1st)
2008 SEC 7.2 (2nd)
2009 NCAA 7.2 (10th)
2009 SEC 7.2 (2nd)
Career SEC** 7.3 (6th)
** Since 1956
Total Touchdowns
2006 SEC 13 (10th)
2007 NCAA 55 (2nd)
2007 SEC 55 (1st)
2008 NCAA 42 (7th)
2008 SEC 42 (1st)
2009 NCAA 35 (7th)
2009 SEC 35 (1st)
Career NCAA* 145 (5th)
Career SEC** 145 (1st)
* Since 1977
** Since 1956
Touchdowns
2007 NCAA 23 (4th)
2007 SEC 23 (1st)
2008 SEC 12 (4th)
2009 SEC 14 (3rd)
Career NCAA* 57 (12th)
Career SEC** 57 (1st)
* Since 2000
** Since 2000
Points
2007 NCAA 138 (6th)
2007 SEC 138 (2nd)
2009 SEC 84 (10th)
Career SEC** 342 (7th)
** Since 2000
Broncos Fan

Eugene, OR

#35 Mar 12, 2013
Stats dont lie just the haters do !
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#36 Mar 12, 2013
Broncos Fan wrote:
Stats dont lie just the haters do !
Figures lie and liars figure

“Justice always prevails”

Since: Jan 12

vacaville

#37 Mar 12, 2013
Broncos Fan wrote:
Stats dont lie just the haters do !
This isn't college football you dumbass!!! This is the NFL!

“Justice always prevails”

Since: Jan 12

vacaville

#38 Mar 12, 2013
Broncos Fan wrote:
Stats dont lie just the haters do !
Here's a stat. 47.9 completion %. That's the worst EVER in NFL HISTORY!!

“Timshel”

Since: Jan 12

Tulsa, OK

#39 Mar 12, 2013
Broncos Fan wrote:
Stats dont lie just the haters do !
Haha and neither do his NFL stats!
Tim Telove

Miami, FL

#40 Mar 13, 2013
The_Solution wrote:
<quoted text>
Here's a stat. 47.9 completion %. That's the worst EVER in NFL HISTORY!!
Teblow lovers can't be bothered with reality and objectivity. Tebow prays alot and has sexy bicepts and that's all they need to know.
Tim Telove

Miami, FL

#41 Mar 13, 2013
Broncos Fan wrote:
Stats dont lie just the haters do !
Too bad Teblow no longer plays in the SEC, something you somehow left out of your cut n' pasted ANAL-ysis. He's got a resume of shit in the NFL, which in case you weren't aware, is where he's been for the last 2 years.

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