No Interest in Tim Tebow

May 2, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NBC Dallas

The Dallas Cowboys have no interest in free agent quarterback Tim Tebow, which should come as little surprised, as seemingly no one has interest in the former Bronco and Jet.

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Asusi

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May 2, 2013
 
Why won't Tebow play tailback or tight-end? No-one can argue that he is a heck of a football player. And he CAN make it in the NFL. Maybe not at quarterback right now, but I truly believe God is telling Tim to change. God knows what is best for us and if we listen, he will give us the world.
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May 2, 2013
 
Here's the problem. It's not Tim's problem, it's everybody else's problem. He states he's a Christian. Good for him. Everyone, the media and sports pros, are afraid of that. Now being gay is in. If he didn't wear his religion on his sleeve, he'd still be playing in the pros somewhere.
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There is room in the NFL for druggies, wife beaters, babies with multiple women, gun toters,...But there is no spot for Tebow?
Tim Tebows mom

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Oh, stfu. Nobody cares about his religion. They care about the fact that he's an overrated QB with marginal talent. So get over your stupid martyr complex, little girl.
Also, why do people assume a change of position would suddenly fix all his problems? He's never played any position other than QB, so he doesn't have the experience or knowledge of the position to effectively play it. Is he athletic? Of course. But, and I don't know if you idiots know this, but it takes a lot more than athleticism to play these positions.
Your false hero is a terrible QB and is most likely DONE in the NFL. Get over it.
Tim Tebows Dad

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May 2, 2013
 
Shut your mouth women.... Make me some eggs.
Tim Tebows mom wrote:
Oh, stfu. Nobody cares about his religion. They care about the fact that he's an overrated QB with marginal talent. So get over your stupid martyr complex, little girl.
Also, why do people assume a change of position would suddenly fix all his problems? He's never played any position other than QB, so he doesn't have the experience or knowledge of the position to effectively play it. Is he athletic? Of course. But, and I don't know if you idiots know this, but it takes a lot more than athleticism to play these positions.
Your false hero is a terrible QB and is most likely DONE in the NFL. Get over it.
Tim

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Shut your mouth women.... Make me some eggs. <quoted text>
ok..first of all..I. a noles die hard fan..hate rgw gators..but what tebo did, accomplished when he was qb for the Gators.. ya gotta give credit to him..he has extraordinary talent maybe not a pocket qb but tebo has every capability to improve on the qb position.. the jets screwed him over.. I knew that was coming.. should of stayed with Denver and learned off of payten. I wish him the best of luck and i look forward to see him on the field.
Tim Tebows mom

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Shut your mouth women.... Make me some eggs. <quoted text>
This is all your fault! I TOLD you that you should have spent more time helping the lad learn to throw properly! DO YOU SEE WHAT YOU'VE DONE!? YOU'RE RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS SHITTY DIRT MISSILES AND HORRID MECHANICS! I WANT A DIVORCE!
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Ok let's look at the big picture, there are many subpar athletes who have made it to the pros and have struggled for a few years before finally hitting their groove. Lets take John Elway for example. I remember a broncos team struggled and played some lousy games. John got blown away by the redskins in one of his Super Bowl appearances by the likes of Doug Williams. Kurt Warner played Canadian football until he was picked up by the rams and went on to win a Super Bowl and a couple of MVP awards. Michael Vick, tony romo, do I need to say more. I not for certain, but Tim was not even given a chance to play a complete set of downs. How do you expect to throw someone into a game every once in a while and expect big things. Like most athletes, you need to play a few series of downs to feel out the defense and to sync with your receivers, he was not given that chance. They based his playing ability on how he performed in practice. Most of us perform better when there is something on the line, I know I did when I played baseball in high school. Practice is one thing against your own players is one thing, but to face an opponent and show them what you can do, is something else. I hope he gets a chance to play and prove that idiot Rex Ryan that he waisted an opportunity and a year out of a young mans career, because he was to stupid or erragant to play him for the fear that he may prove him wrong.
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#10
May 5, 2013
 
you do not have to be keep writing about Tebow
he will be Fine- eternity is a lot longer than a career in the NFL
Guy Wiliford

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May 5, 2013
 
exgigirl wrote:
Here's the problem. It's not Tim's problem, it's everybody else's problem. He states he's a Christian. Good for him. Everyone, the media and sports pros, are afraid of that. Now being gay is in. If he didn't wear his religion on his sleeve, he'd still be playing in the pros somewhere.
Baloney. NFL owners, general managers and coaches care about one thing and one thing only: Winning!

If someone thought Tebow was a legitimate NFL caliber QB, they would pick him up.
Cheese Puff Daddy

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Tim wrote:
<quoted text>ok..first of all..I. a noles die hard fan..hate rgw gators..but what tebo did, accomplished when he was qb for the Gators.. ya gotta give credit to him..he has extraordinary talent maybe not a pocket qb but tebo has every capability to improve on the qb position.. the jets screwed him over.. I knew that was coming.. should of stayed with Denver and learned off of payten. I wish him the best of luck and i look forward to see him on the field.
John Elway doesn't like him and wanted him out of Denver, staying was not an option..
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May 9, 2013
 
Christians in the NFL:(just to name a few.)
Drew Brees
Ladanian Thomlinson
Devin Hester
Michael Oher
Aaron Rodgers
Matt Hasselbeck
Troy Polamalu

Their faith doesn't seem to hold them back.

“Timshel”

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Guy Wiliford wrote:
Christians in the NFL:(just to name a few.)
Drew Brees
Ladanian Thomlinson
Devin Hester
Michael Oher
Aaron Rodgers
Matt Hasselbeck
Troy Polamalu
Their faith doesn't seem to hold them back.
A few is right as I'm sure 90%+ of the NFL players, management and owners are christian.
Cheese Puff Daddy

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_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>A few is right as I'm sure 90%+ of the NFL players, management and owners are christian.
Yep, the difference is nobody else has used it to make a spectacle of themselves, except for Ray Lewis. He honestly made an ass of himself this past year in post game interviews, IMO

“Timshel”

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Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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Yep, the difference is nobody else has used it to make a spectacle of themselves, except for Ray Lewis. He honestly made an ass of himself this past year in post game interviews, IMO
Exactly and TT knew that going in and he's exploited the sheeple and their faith masterfully. A true christian would never, ever use their faith for monetary gain or to gain them a contract in a gladiator sport where immense physical harm and extreme temptation are the daily norms.

Doesn't the bible say that your body is a temple and to treat it with the utmost respect and to avoid temptation? Ooops, I'm sorry, I took that as literal from the bible. I forgot, only they can do that when it fits their lifestyle choices and beliefs. Who are we to hold them to their own bibles?
Cheese Puff Daddy

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_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>Exactly and TT knew that going in and he's exploited the sheeple and their faith masterfully. A true christian would never, ever use their faith for monetary gain or to gain them a contract in a gladiator sport where immense physical harm and extreme temptation are the daily norms.

Doesn't the bible say that your body is a temple and to treat it with the utmost respect and to avoid temptation? Ooops, I'm sorry, I took that as literal from the bible. I forgot, only they can do that when it fits their lifestyle choices and beliefs. Who are we to hold them to their own bibles?
How did you like the way Ray Lewis came across last season? He acted as if the Ravens won those last 2 games because God favored them. I thought he came across as a flake.

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Cheese Puff Daddy wrote:
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How did you like the way Ray Lewis came across last season? He acted as if the Ravens won those last 2 games because God favored them. I thought he came across as a flake.
I'm a 9ers fan and I thought how the Ravens defied the odds was pretty cool until Ray said god favored the Ravens. I suspect he was caught up in the moment but to say something like that is utter lunacy.

Even if that's true, god favored the Ravens and took time out to see them through the entire season, through the playoffs and win the SB yet 1000's of atrocities happen every second to millions of innocents and god remains idle? SMH.
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_Jusayin_ wrote:
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A few is right as I'm sure 90%+ of the NFL players, management and owners are christian.
Christians make up about 75% of the population of the U.S. I imagine it's about the same in the NFL.
Cheese Puff Daddy

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_Jusayin_ wrote:
<quoted text>I'm a 9ers fan and I thought how the Ravens defied the odds was pretty cool until Ray said god favored the Ravens. I suspect he was caught up in the moment but to say something like that is utter lunacy.

Even if that's true, god favored the Ravens and took time out to see them through the entire season, through the playoffs and win the SB yet 1000's of atrocities happen every second to millions of innocents and god remains idle? SMH.
I'm glad Ray retired. I couldn't have made it through another year of his interviews. I think I just loved to hate them.
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May 10, 2013
 
Tim Tebows mom wrote:
Oh, stfu. Nobody cares about his religion. They care about the fact that he's an overrated QB with marginal talent. So get over your stupid martyr complex, little girl.
Also, why do people assume a change of position would suddenly fix all his problems? He's never played any position other than QB, so he doesn't have the experience or knowledge of the position to effectively play it. Is he athletic? Of course. But, and I don't know if you idiots know this, but it takes a lot more than athleticism to play these positions.
Your false hero is a terrible QB and is most likely DONE in the NFL. Get over it.
Wonderfully said! I can remember James Street UT qb, in 69', winning a national championship for UT in 69'. He was a great qb for his time, great athlete, but he never had the potential to make it beyond college in the NFL. Same with Tebow. Great athlete, great college qb, but not a great NFL prospect.

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