Tim Tebow's performance highlights uncertain future with Patriots

There are 59 comments on the Boston.com story from Jul 26, 2013, titled Tim Tebow's performance highlights uncertain future with Patriots. In it, Boston.com reports that:

Well, there were no games to win on the practice field at Gillette Stadium on Friday as the Patriots opened training camp.

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#22 Aug 28, 2013
Tim Teblow wrote:
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No, you mentioned grandkid. Check with one of your other personalites and get back to us.
Is it not ironic when Grandpa calls another poster Gramps in a derisive way. Grandfathers should be positive role models and not negative role models like him.
The poster from Cypess CA has already had his credibility shot to hell.

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#23 Aug 28, 2013
Tim Teblow wrote:
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No, you mentioned grandkid. Check with one of your other personalitites and get back to us.
Looked cant find it. I should have proofread my comment. Don't have any grand kids yet.
And I have always called my grandfather gramps and he likes it. No disrespect intended but rather a term of endearment. And he calls be buddy, and that's not my name.

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#24 Aug 28, 2013
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Looked cant find it. I should have proofread my comment. Don't have any grand kids yet.
And I have always called my grandfather gramps and he likes it. No disrespect intended but rather a term of endearment. And he calls be buddy, and that's not my name.
You didn't look hard enough if at all. It wasn't on this thread BTW. With all the posts you've made, it would be like looking for a needle in a haystack.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#25 Aug 28, 2013
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<quoted text>The guy from Cypress CA is a pathological liar. See my previous post. And he does post to himself on many occasions using a multitude of different monickers.
What do you have when you put a couple of noids together? Paranoids
Unfortunately this guy is right. Cypress used to be the home of one giant alien but we shot him to pieces and now he gets back at us by infesting and taking over our Internet lines. All internet usage and every Internet posting that has ever come out of Cypress has either come from the alien directly or from the pieces we blew him into. Would make a nice children's story. Don't you think.

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#26 Aug 28, 2013
Janitor wrote:
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What do you have when you put a couple of noids together? Paranoids
Unfortunately this guy is right. Cypress used to be the home of one giant alien but we shot him to pieces and now he gets back at us by infesting and taking over our Internet lines. All internet usage and every Internet posting that has ever come out of Cypress has either come from the alien directly or from the pieces we blew him into. Would make a nice children's story. Don't you think.
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Tim Teblow

Miami, FL

#27 Aug 29, 2013
Janitor wrote:
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What do you have when you put a couple of noids together? Paranoids
Unfortunately this guy is right. Cypress used to be the home of one giant alien but we shot him to pieces and now he gets back at us by infesting and taking over our Internet lines. All internet usage and every Internet posting that has ever come out of Cypress has either come from the alien directly or from the pieces we blew him into. Would make a nice children's story. Don't you think.
Dude pass the bong

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#28 Aug 29, 2013
Tebow may have earned himself a roster spot with his performance vs. the Giants.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#29 Aug 30, 2013
That would be a wasted roster spot
Mensans

Cypress, CA

#30 Aug 30, 2013
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
That would be a wasted roster spot
Not if his mere presence on the team raises everyone else's motivation levels. He could be like Rudy in that Notre Dame movie. Some people have a knack for getting the best out of others. Maybe he's the one.
He sure got Denver to perform when he was their quarterback. If he makes everyone better they will hang onto him. Foolish not to.

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#31 Aug 30, 2013
After Aaron Hernandez....they need a Tim Tebow....

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#32 Aug 30, 2013
Mensans wrote:
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Not if his mere presence on the team raises everyone else's motivation levels. He could be like Rudy in that Notre Dame movie. Some people have a knack for getting the best out of others. Maybe he's the one.
He sure got Denver to perform when he was their quarterback. If he makes everyone better they will hang onto him. Foolish not to.
You may have a point there. Nobody questions TTs work ethic. At the very least, he will never be a poor example to follow. As far as whether he should make the team is concerned, I will not second guess the management in whatever decision they make.

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#33 Aug 31, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
After Aaron Hernandez....they need a Tim Tebow....
I agree, at least to a point, that the Patriots could use a character upgrade after what happened with Aaron Hernandez. What a waste when one considers his enormous talent and all because he could not leave his street thug mentality behind when a far greater opportunity presented itself.

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#34 Aug 31, 2013
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>I agree, at least to a point, that the Patriots could use a character upgrade after what happened with Aaron Hernandez. What a waste when one considers his enormous talent and all because he could not leave his street thug mentality behind when a far greater opportunity presented itself.
Haven't seen the article in Rolling Stone, but ESPN's Colin Cowherd said, Aaron had an incredibly poor childhood....no excuse, but a possible reason....
Pastor

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#35 Aug 31, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Haven't seen the article in Rolling Stone, but ESPN's Colin Cowherd said, Aaron had an incredibly poor childhood....no excuse, but a possible reason....
People often forget, what we deem poor in America is often seen as rich by many other countries. I personally have been to many countries where I have seen indigenous peoples thriving emotionally and spiritually though possessing less than our own American Indians, whom we have treated so badly.
It has been reported that Obama has relatives living in a thatched hut with a dirt floor and he cant be bothered to help them. This is often seen in areas outside the US, while even poor Americans have color TV, cars to drive and electronics. Malnutrition and disease make it impossible for a person to gain the strength and body mass attained by Hernandez. His being poor was only relative to living in the US.
Then there are the years spent at college where under the table money presented him with most anything he wanted. Aaron's shortfall was not economic, it was a moral downfall. Getting in with gangs is never a good thing.
Many years ago a European, I believe he was from France wanted to know what made America great. He came here and spent time looking into every facet of American life. What he came away with was this.....America is great because of her churches, because she is moral and blessed by God for doing right. Unfortunately we can no longer say this as, I believe it was Billy Graham who said ...God will owe Sodom and Gomorrah an apology if He doesn't destroy the United States for her plunge into depravity. Many regard Billy as a prophet from God. I strongly suggest you adjust your behavior accordingly.

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#36 Aug 31, 2013
Tebow has been released, reportedly. He is an honorable man, but he is another former Heisman winning QB who just couldn't cut it in the Pros (see Terry Baker and John Huart).

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#37 Aug 31, 2013
Pastor wrote:
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People often forget, what we deem poor in America is often seen as rich by many other countries. I personally have been to many countries where I have seen indigenous peoples thriving emotionally and spiritually though possessing less than our own American Indians, whom we have treated so badly.
It has been reported that Obama has relatives living in a thatched hut with a dirt floor and he cant be bothered to help them. This is often seen in areas outside the US, while even poor Americans have color TV, cars to drive and electronics. Malnutrition and disease make it impossible for a person to gain the strength and body mass attained by Hernandez. His being poor was only relative to living in the US.
Then there are the years spent at college where under the table money presented him with most anything he wanted. Aaron's shortfall was not economic, it was a moral downfall. Getting in with gangs is never a good thing.
Many years ago a European, I believe he was from France wanted to know what made America great. He came here and spent time looking into every facet of American life. What he came away with was this.....America is great because of her churches, because she is moral and blessed by God for doing right. Unfortunately we can no longer say this as, I believe it was Billy Graham who said ...God will owe Sodom and Gomorrah an apology if He doesn't destroy the United States for her plunge into depravity. Many regard Billy as a prophet from God. I strongly suggest you adjust your behavior accordingly.
Have you ever considered that the way you have posted to me in the past is hardly a good advertisement for why I should be a Christian?

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#38 Aug 31, 2013
What i mean by a poor upbringing for Aaron Hernandez, isn't monetary....evidently his mom was a whore that moved her drug dealer boyfriend in after his dad left....that kind of awful....no decent role models....like i said, no excuse, just a reason......Too bad about Tebow, i know Craft liked him and i had hoped he might get a chance at 3rd QB....
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#39 Aug 31, 2013
Pastor wrote:
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People often forget, what we deem poor in America is often seen as rich by many other countries. I personally have been to many countries where I have seen indigenous peoples thriving emotionally and spiritually though possessing less than our own American Indians, whom we have treated so badly.
It has been reported that Obama has relatives living in a thatched hut with a dirt floor and he cant be bothered to help them. This is often seen in areas outside the US, while even poor Americans have color TV, cars to drive and electronics. Malnutrition and disease make it impossible for a person to gain the strength and body mass attained by Hernandez. His being poor was only relative to living in the US.
Then there are the years spent at college where under the table money presented him with most anything he wanted. Aaron's shortfall was not economic, it was a moral downfall. Getting in with gangs is never a good thing.
Many years ago a European, I believe he was from France wanted to know what made America great. He came here and spent time looking into every facet of American life. What he came away with was this.....America is great because of her churches, because she is moral and blessed by God for doing right. Unfortunately we can no longer say this as, I believe it was Billy Graham who said ...God will owe Sodom and Gomorrah an apology if He doesn't destroy the United States for her plunge into depravity. Many regard Billy as a prophet from God. I strongly suggest you adjust your behavior accordingly.
Billy "Goat Gruff" Graham is just another con-artist selling a fairy tale to the weak and desperate. Any wingnut who thinks that the government is corrupt and full of liars should take a peek behind the curtain of their favorite flavor of the 4200+ religions on this planet. After taking that peek, you'll realize that your issues with government is a cakewalk compared to the lies, deceit, wars, and hate perpetrated upon the human race by religion for the past 10,000 years.

Now that Tebow's NFL con-job has come to an end, there is no doubt he will be promoted to "xian con-artist" and continue to scam the masses.
Gooddogowner

Cypress, CA

#40 Sep 1, 2013
No Theocracy for USA wrote:
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Billy "Goat Gruff" Graham is just another con-artist selling a fairy tale to the weak and desperate. Any wingnut who thinks that the government is corrupt and full of liars should take a peek behind the curtain of their favorite flavor of the 4200+ religions on this planet. After taking that peek, you'll realize that your issues with government is a cakewalk compared to the lies, deceit, wars, and hate perpetrated upon the human race by religion for the past 10,000 years.
Now that Tebow's NFL con-job has come to an end, there is no doubt he will be promoted to "xian con-artist" and continue to scam the masses.
Think the Pastor had people like you in mind when he mentioned the reason this country is doomed. Way to go!
Mensans

Cypress, CA

#41 Sep 1, 2013
Mensans wrote:
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Not if his mere presence on the team raises everyone else's motivation levels. He could be like Rudy in that Notre Dame movie. Some people have a knack for getting the best out of others. Maybe he's the one.
He sure got Denver to perform when he was their quarterback. If he makes everyone better they will hang onto him. Foolish not to.
Our apologies. We really thought Tebow would realize that quarterback was not something he could measure up to and accept another assignment to stay on the team. Never thought he would hold out for quarterback or nothing. Guess he got the nothing.
Things work out for a reason. Looking forward to finding out what his next work decision will be. Wishing him success with whatever he chooses to do. Good kid.

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