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  1. fourthandmiles

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    You KNEW it was coming. Here it is. In honor of the Suggs threads from 09, The Tim Tebow thread! Let's keep the insanity right here.

    I will give it one star to start things off on the wrong foot. Mods, I graciously accept your thanks for my foresight in advance.
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  2. Bill B.

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    Only if he is available with our second or third pick in the second round. And only if we draft him as a TE. I want the first two picks to be a passrushing OLB, and a stud RB. BB is high onthis kid, but I think some team will draft him and try to make him into an NFL QB, which would be the worst thing for Tebow's career.
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    #24 Jersey

    If we can wrangle a third rounder from someone, and IF Jacksonville has not drafted him yet (Weaver wants him bad... thinks he will improve ticket sales since he's from Jacksonville, is a fan favorite, and since Jacksonville is a hotbed for Gator fans), then yes I would like to see him drafted as an H-Back/Wildcat QB. He's a good leader and a great athlete. I would NOT take him any higher than the third round, though.
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    I don't know about this... I would think he'd have to drop pretty damn far for Belichick to even consider it.
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    #85 Jersey

    Your header of "do not start another" makes me want to make another Tebow thread now...
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    People do not start Tim Tebow threads; they start themselves whenever they damn well please, and they cannot be modded or locked.
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    Contrary to yesterday's statements, I don't want this toolshed anywhere near my team.

    Personally I'd rather see him crying on some other team's sidelines.
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    #24 Jersey

    Tim Tebow's tears cure cancer.
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    As long as it's the third round, I'd be happy to see Tebow as a Pat.

    You know Belichick loves him and would find a role for him.

    Can you imagine a version of the triple option with Moss and Welker split wide and with Brady, Edelman and Tebow in the back-field? :D
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    Sounds like the Nightmare on Elm Street.
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    Florida players + The Pats= EPIC FAIL
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    I don't want him with a 3rd rounder even.

    There are way too many good WRs available in the draft.

    Mardy Gilyard will be there in the 3rd round.

    Why would I take an H-Back over Mardy Gilyard?

    No way.
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    Exactly.

    You can find some scrub in the 7th round who can do whatever Tebow is capable of in the NFL.
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    #24 Jersey

    Fixed your post for you.
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    I thought Urban vouched for Chad Jackson?

    Maybe I'm confused.
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    He probably vouched for him, but Jackson was brought in under that idiot Zook.
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    Its so official that its not in the official draft forum :D
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    While I'd love to have Tebow on the team I don't see him falling far enough to where it would make sense to take him as opposed to someone else.

    I want Bryan Buluga, Michael Johnson, Toby Gerhart, and a bunch of other guys before I consider taking Tebow, and I think he'll be long gone by then.
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    Here's an interesting question: setting aside whether or not the Pats should or will draft Tebow, would Tebow be better off in NE or somewhere else?
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    We have a potential GOAT at QB and we want to run the wildcat?

    Aint ever gonna happen

    There are MANY needs on this team and a wildcat QB is not one of them
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    #54 Jersey

    I'd use him in a TE/HB role.
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    NO, thanks, he isn't a QB for the NFL, if he thinks he can run all over defenses in NFL like he did in college he is wrong.
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    Mardy Gilyard sucks.
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    Another qb to convert to another question bring it ON>

    why not trade brady in 2012 after this year and franchise year,
    tebow learns for 2 yrs and replaces him.
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    The post-Tom Brady quarterback for the Pats was traded for Richard Seymour.

    Top 5 2011 pick will be used for the heir-apparent. Tom will hang up the uni for a permanent fedora once the new kid takes over in 2012.
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    You figure Urban's got a brother named Rural? Maybe a son called Suburban? :p
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    You think so, eh? Why? I can't tell from your informative post.
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    The post-Tom Brady quarterback for the Pats was traded for Richard Seymour.

    Top 5 2011 pick will be used for the heir-apparent. Tom will hang up the uni for a permanent fedora once the new kid takes over in 2012.


    Why would they risk a top pick on a QB when we already have a solid QB in Hoyer?
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