Urban Meyer says Tim Tebow still hopes for a career in NFL

Discussion in 'The Practice Squad' started by oldrover, Mar 24, 2014.

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  1. BradyFTW!

    BradyFTW! Goodell sucks PatsFans.com Supporter

    I agree that this is the best path forward for him, if he's serious about getting back to the NFL as a QB. However long it takes for him to become comfortable with effective throwing mechanics, he needs to spend that time. Following that, he'll need to get game experience in which his primary objective is to maintain that form. Once he demonstrates that he can play and be effective without reverting to the form that renders him unable to consistently hit relatively basic NFL throws, I could see someone taking a shot with him.

    On a side note, I really don't get why people are all over Christiancat's case for not being a 'real' Pats fan. He's openly acknowledged that he's first and foremost a Tebow fan, but so what. There are all sorts of posters who are fans of other teams and players, and as long as they contribute to the discussion and are generally pleasant, we welcome them. Why should this case be any different?
  2. SalemPats

    SalemPats In the Starting Line-Up

    I agree with what you are saying, but Tebow killed himself because he was ego-maniacal. Here's a guy who comes in as the starter , plays average, but gets it done. Instead of being humble, he decides to make everything about little Timmy superstar with his stupid Tebowing. He would get interviewed and sounded like a buffoon. Rather than answering questions he just thanked his lord and savoir every two seconds. He didn't want to earn it the hard way and be a leader on and off the field. His selfishness caught up to him
  3. kennyb

    kennyb In the Starting Line-Up

    Tebow's problems aren't with his "mechanics", they're with his BRAIN. He thinks slow as molasses in wintertime.
  4. Demosthenes

    Demosthenes Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Seriously ? Tebow selfish ? Oh, that's hilarious.

    In the post game press conference after beating the Steelers, Tebow was asked about the game winning play. Mind you, this was the biggest moment of Tebow's NFL career.

    Here was his reply:

    Let's look at it in list form:

    1. “It’s a great call, first of all.
    2. It was a great call by Coach [offensive coordinator Mike] McCoy.
    3. and he did a great job getting off the corner and just waiting for the pass through the second window from the backer,
    4. just tried to fit it in there,
      [*]he made a great catch and a great run after the catch,
      [*]and the offensive line blocked phenomenal
      [*]It was also a great call.
      [*]It’s a pretty good fake, and [RB] Willis [McGahee] really sold it,
      [*]the [offensive] line really sold it,
      [*]and [Thomas] made a heck of a play.”

    Again, in response to being asked about his greatest NFL moment, he replied and gave 10 compliments. Of those 10, at most, 1 and 1/2 of them were about his role in the play. "I just tried to fit it in there" and "It's a pretty good fake".

    9 of the statements were complimentary of, and giving credit to, the coaching staff and teammates.

    Yeah, I can see the selfishness there. With Tebow, it's ego and all about him.

  5. PATSNUTme

    PATSNUTme Paranoid Homer ex-moderator Staff Member PatsFans.com Supporter

    :mad:OK another friggin Tebow thread that desloves into mud slinging, name calling, and just utter stupidity that results in a mailbox full of complaints.

    Closing the thread and will move any thread from this point on with Tebow contained in it to somewhere, I don't know where but it will be moved and closed.:mad:
    Last edited: Apr 1, 2014
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