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OT: Do you believe Rexy? -re: Tebow unhealthy

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  1. Gumby

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    I saw this come out after the game; that Tebow supposedly has 2 cracked or broken ribs and has been getting worse since (the game 10 days ago).

    Personally, if this isn't just an excuse to justify why he didnt replace Sanchize in the game; then to make your 3QB inactive at the same time as you say "I thought it was too dangerous to play him [Tebow], I wouldnt do that with my son"; then he has absolutely no business being a head coach. (if we didnt already know that).

    QB injuries are way too common, and especially with the concussion rules, an 'instant evaluation' still means he misses at least one play on many possible hits/sacks. If you dont think he can play; why is he active - a cheerleader in pads?????

    that makes me believe, that he just threw that out there; either exaggerating the Tebow injury or Tebow (who is a company man and wont contradict his coach) aint really hurt. He absolutely doesnt want to play Tebow and Rexy is going to go down with the Titan-chez.
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    Would not doubt the injury, but interestingly Tebow was listed on the injury report for 11/20 as full participation.... however on 11/21 he was listed as questionable.

    Does Goodell know about this obvious violation of the rules???

    Maybe they had a "blanket party" after practice on Tuesday...
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    Maybe Sexy Rexy doesn't want to say 'he is *****'?
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    Hmmmm, good catch. More fuel. I fully anticipate nothing but equitable-even handed treatment of all teams under the illustrious supervision of the NFL's Dear Leader. I will now hold my breath waiting for the penalty. :D
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    Could you imagine the publicity they would get if they played Tebow at all during yesterday's blow out in primetime?
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    I think the OP is dead on. Tebow doesn't seem like the player to say anything other than what the organization wants. Rex has never waivered on the issue that Sanchez will be the starting QB even after all the specific questions regarding Sanchez messing up the handoff and throwing the interception.

    With the lack of play time, and Tebow's resilience I would have a hard time believing he was too hurt to play and it wasn't just a decision not to undermine Sanchez.
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    It's entirely possible he knew and wanted us to waste time preparing for him. He's been saying that all year.

    Too bad he didn't take time preparing Sanchez for Moore's ass.

    Either way, something about this definitely smells...
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