Tim Tebow's performance highlights uncertain future with Patriots

Jul 26, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Boston.com

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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Mensa6

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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.
Not to pick on Tim but after watching Brady go 7 for 8 and 11 for 12 you would think he'd understand that he can't do that and opt for special teams just to stay in the league. Could it be Tim was led by God to me a minister but Tim wanted to play football so God showed him it wasn't to be? Could be a modified Albert Schwietzer story.
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Not to pick on Tim but after watching Brady go 7 for 8 and 11 for 12 you would think he'd understand that he can't do that and opt for special teams just to stay in the league. Could it be Tim was led by God to me a minister but Tim wanted to play football so God showed him it wasn't to be? Could be a modified Albert Schwietzer story.
Who is this god you speak of.
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<quoted text> Who is this god you speak of.
Serious or not? Read the Gospel of John for an introduction.
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Serious or not? Read the Gospel of John for an introduction.
Serious. Never seen one or met anyone who has seen a god.
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<quoted text> Serious. Never seen one or met anyone who has seen a god.
Can't see the wind either but you know it's there by the results it brings
Same for many things like truth, love, appreciation, respect.
Prophecy tells the future before it happens and since it has proven itself to be 100% correct, it strongly infers an entity outside the time and space domain. Included in these prophecies are over 300 that identify a single man who will be God incarnate, God in the form of man, will show many proofs of his being from outside this world, making the blind see and lame walk, walking on water and controlling natural events like storms. Then on a specific day, prophecies almost 450yrs prior, he would present himself as Gods anointed one, only to be hailed then turned against, killed by crucifixion, which didn't exist those many years earlier, then would be raised from the dead. If you research His resurrection it should become clear that an enormous amount of evidence is available to verify who He was.Therefore His words and ideas have special meaning, especially when you understand that His death was to take our place. A death we earned and deserved, but his love for us was so great He took on the penalty Himself to show us how great a love He has for mankind.
The choice is simple, disregard prophecy and the fact that God has come in the flesh, and be responsible for paying the penalty you earned yourself, or accept Him and He will pay your penalty for the death you deserve. No better deal to be found on this planet, or any other one. Recommend you read the third chapter of John, seven times. See if He can't cause your life to become a miracle too. He is in the miracle business, if only you are willing to see them.
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<quoted text> Serious. Never seen one or met anyone who has seen a god.
An old Marine Corps friend of the family told me the best way to get a new idea across is to use a 3step process
Tell them what you are going to teach them (old testament)
Then show them by example (Life of Jesus of Nazareth, Gospels)
Then explain what you just showed them so they will understand it (new testament)
That is what the Bible does.
The old testament rules and ceremonies are shadows and types of the truth to come
Lambs were sacrifices to cover sin, mans shortcomings before God, for a one year period
And the ten commandments were given to act as a school teacher to show that no man could be faithful and therefore was in need of someone to save them, a savior (their direction as a way of life is secondary)
Jesus of Nazareth became that sacrificial lamb for us and lived a life of example to prove who He was. He alone fulfills the 300 plus prophecies in the old testament of a coming savior.
The new testament tells of His life and actions and then explains them, to complete the three step cycle explained above.
They say that as a child, wise men sought Him, and that wise men still seek Him today. If you are sincere and ask God to make Himself known to you, be prepared for a miracle to happen. Sometimes it happens overnight, other times it happens over longer periods of time. And despite what many think, it is He that is in control not man. And yet the world is messed up because God works through man. To the extent mankind turns to God, to that extent solutions are found, yet prophecy will not be overturned. It is wise to learn His plan. But He encodes it so only His followers can understand it, through the power of His Holy Spirit. Whatever the problem, the solution is found in Jesus. John 1:10 tells us that He created the world, He came into the world and the world didn't didn't recognize Him (because they were sinful).
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Anyone see Tebow going north to Canadian Football League. He could be big up that way. Then after he proves himself the NFL would take him back.

“I call it as I see it.”

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Bill Belichick refuses to rule out a return of Tebow to the Patriots.
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Problem in pro sports is that people have short memories. Tebow's current problem reminds me of a quarterback that played for the Oakland Raiders back in the 70s. Jim Plunkett - Click the following link (people back then thought he was through and look what he did). By the way, Jim Plunkett was also a Heisman Trophy winner.

http://espn.go.com/classic/biography/s/Plunke...

I'm no expert, but I believe that Tim Tebow will play in the NFL and will do well.
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Problem in pro sports is that people continue to support losers like Teblow....
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Edwin from Kissimmee wrote:
Problem in pro sports is that people have short memories. Tebow's current problem reminds me of a quarterback that played for the Oakland Raiders back in the 70s. Jim Plunkett - Click the following link (people back then thought he was through and look what he did). By the way, Jim Plunkett was also a Heisman Trophy winner.
http://espn.go.com/classic/biography/s/Plunke...
I'm no expert, but I believe that Tim Tebow will play in the NFL and will do well.
"I'm no expert".....

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Anyone see Tebow going north to Canadian Football League. He could be big up that way. Then after he proves himself the NFL would take him back.
...Jacksonville Jaguars....Expensive 4th QB/Mascot....Will sell a shitlo*d of seats and jerseys.....His peeps are there....
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Problem in pro sports is that people continue to support losers like Teblow....
Problem in sports is that teams don't care what a player does off the field as long as he helps them win. And blog cite managers don't scrub the nasty comments left on cites like this. They don't care either.
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And the people who make the crude and lewd comments don't care either. It's ironic because when they face their maker when this life is over, He will tell them that He cared so much He died to pay the penalty for their debt of sin and gave them every opportunity to chose which direction to go. Wonder what they will say once it's too late for them. They will be very somber, funny won't enter their picture, but it will still be too late, for them
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Problem in sports is that teams don't care what a player does off the field as long as he helps them win. And blog cite managers don't scrub the nasty comments left on cites like this. They don't care either.
The word is "sites", not "cites", 180 IQ Mensa genius.
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Here's all you need to know.
Rally: 25 Teblow supporters covered by 30 media members.
Soon the Teabaggers will claim the rally was larger than Woodstock
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Here's all you need to know.
Rally: 25 Teblow supporters covered by 30 media members.
Soon the Teabaggers will claim the rally was larger than Woodstock
ProFootballTalk reported about 13 supporters, in the accompanying pic it looked like half were women and small children. Maybe a household pet or two.
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And the people who make the crude and lewd comments don't care either. It's ironic because when they face their maker when this life is over, He will tell them that He cared so much He died to pay the penalty for their debt of sin and gave them every opportunity to chose which direction to go. Wonder what they will say once it's too late for them. They will be very somber, funny won't enter their picture, but it will still be too late, for them
Wonder what the 'maker' will say to Teblow...for fooling so many of the clueless into thinking he is the greatest unemployed QB ever....

The Makers Teblow Grade Card:

1) Virgin:+1
2) Noodle Arm:-5
3) Tricking the tards:-3
4) Tebowing after each TD:+2
5) Throwing INTs like a bitch:-10

Not looking good at the gates....
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