Everyone bashes Tim Tebow because let’s face it, we all hate his squeaky clean persona with a passion. However, it never seems to matter how much we bash his technical ability or his quarterbacking skill-set because he always seems to win and make big plays when it matters most.
Bottom line, his teammates love him and work their butts off for him. He is also one of the hardest workers to ever play football. That’s a deadly combination regardless if he was born with football talent or not.
I’m sure all you ladies out there are shivering in your panties now that the Denver Broncos have announced their decision to stick with Tim Tebow as their starting quarterback for the rest of the season.
Terrific Tim Tebow has apparently won over the heart of interim coach Eric Studesville which means Kyle Orton will get to spend some valuable time on the bench.
“Well, the reason right now was that we felt that Tim played well and ran our offense effectively,” Studesville said. “Compounding that was the fact that Kyle still was rehabbing … and we just felt like prolonging this later into the week wasn’t the best thing for our preparation and practice.”
As much as I, and every other man in the world, hates Tim Tebow, we have to admit he’s looked much better than we’ve expected so far in the NFL. Does that mean he’s going to be a great quarterback in the league? Hell no. But it does mean he has a chance.
Tim Tebow tasted his first NFL action on Sunday night when the Denver Broncos lost to the Cincinnati Bengals. Josh McDaniels was very safe with his playcalling when Tebow was under center, but the Florida sensation performed well with the plays that were called. He completed 8 of 13 passes for 105 yards and no interceptions and he added a touchdown by running it into the endzone late in the game.
“It was one of those things where you knew he was going to score on the last play of the game, either run it in or throw it in there,” Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer said. “He’s such a competitor. I’ve been a big fan of his ever since he started at Florida. He’s one of the greatest college football players.”
I am so tired of hearing people praise Tim Tebow that I am secretly rooting for him to fail in the National Football League. His success is destroying my love for football.
In April the Denver Broncos took who’s sure to be one of the biggest first-round busts ever, Tim Tebow, and on Thursday they finally signed the Florida golden boy to a 5-year deal worth $11.25 million and $8.7 million guaranteed.
Earlier in the week, head coach Josh McDaniels stressed how important it was for Tebow to get his ass in camp.
“It’s just an opportunity to feel better about playing faster,” McDaniels said. “And I think whether you’re a rookie quarterback or an injured player, it makes sense to come in and try to start crawling before you walk and walking before you run — because certainly none of them are going to hit the ground running because they’re behind.
“Every day is a great opportunity.”
As said previously, Tim Tebow will go down as one of the biggest NFL draft busts ever. The only reason he won’t go down as the biggest is because most people with half a brain already know he won’t amount to anything in the NFL. I just feel bad for Denver fans because their head coach isn’t a guy with half a brain.
Tim Tebow has yet to take a snap in the NFL, and he’ll probably never start under center ever again for the rest of his life. But for some reason the fans love him so much that he already has the number one selling jersey om the National Football League.
All of you Tebow nuthuggers out there need to realize that your God is just not that good of a football player, especially at the professional level!It’s quite pathetic that these fans are not only willing to pay over $100 for his autograph, but they’re also willing to buy tons of his jerseys!
Donovan McNabb had the second highest selling jersey of April, and at least I can understand that! McNabb is a proven NFL star with a chance to revive a franchise with a huge fan base in the Washington Redskins.
Proving that he has absolutely no business being in the front office for any NFL team, former Bills hall of fame quarterback Jim Kelly is lobbying for his former team to draft Florida’s Jesus, Tim Tebow.
“He’s a class act and a great guy,” Kelly said of Tebow. “The teams that are struggling, they don’t have a quarterback. You need that guy behind center, not only the guy who can throw the ball and make big plays. But to be the leader and be able to pull people together.”
Since the Bills are such a messed up organization and they hired a horrible coach in Chan Gailey, I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if they selected Tebow with their 9th overall pick. Okay, I’d be a little surprised. But the Bills are looking more and more like the Oakland Raiders every single day.
Tim Tebow has finally been released from the hospital after suffering this hit against Kentucky on Saturday. The Florida Gators Heisman quarterback spent over 12 hours at the University Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky before doctors told him he could go home.
Tim is doing fine this morning,” Coach Urban Meyer said. Read the rest of this entry »
Tim Tebow was injured during the third quarter Saturday during Florida’s lopsided win over Kentucky, making one wonder why the Heisman winner was still playing in the third quarter following a first quarter that saw Florida jump out to a 31-0 lead. This is where stat padding can sometimes land you, check out Tim Tebow suffering a concussion vs. UK in this video:
After his second national championship, it’s natural that everyone wants to know more about Tim Tebow’s personal life, and that includes a couple of pictures of a rumored girlfriend that are practically internet legend by now. Read the rest of this entry »