Not going to call it weird, but definitely odd timing haha. During tonight’s Denver TeBroncos/New England Patriots game, CBS aired a “Focus on the Family” commercial which included Tim Tebow, and the majority of Christians most important Bible reading; John 3:16. Gotta get all the TV time you can get, Tom Brady is putting an ass beating down on the TeBroncos…..why are they in the playoffs again?
Since I know Tim Tebow personally, I was in the Broncos Locker Room after the win and this is what I got…JK but I do wish I knew Mrs. Tebow she is milfy. Here is a view from inside the Broncos locker room after the DENVER BRONCOS BEAT THE PITTSBURGH STEELERS. Yes the same Denver Broncos team that was 4-12 last year, started 1-4 this year…and many thought would be in the Andrew Luck Sweepstakes. BUT THEN THEY BEAT THE PITTSBURGH STEELERS IN THE PLAOYFFS…during a year when a lot of people thought Pitt was the team to beat. DAMN…GOD REALLY IS THE MAN OR MAYBE TRANNY…
Oh boy that title made some Tebow’s holy-head blood BOIL? Well it should and shouldn’t. If you follow college football and NFL football as religiously as I do, it’s as easy to see that Tebow isn’t an NFL quarterback, as it is to see Rex Ryan at the buffet line. Yes…that clear.
Now I’m not just basing this on the fact that KYLE ORTON and BRADY QUINN have made Timmy boy look like that little kid who interrupts your baseball game with your friends and gets you guys to underhand toss for him….YES It’s THAT BAD.
I mean how in the world can you sit there and say TIM TEBOW will be a great quarterback in the NFL? Did you even watch him in college and ATTEMPT to throw a football? Leave aside the fact that he has “intangibles” when you see his throwing motion that looks like a 12-year old girl. I don’t want to hear he has “it” he has “the drive” that’s like saying I have this BEAUTIFUL car, shiny red paint, tinted windows, sweet rims, but no motor and no brakes.
Tim Tebow was BARELY allowed to throw the ball in college, did you see that? In 2009, Tebow threw the ball over 25 times, in only 3 games. Who was the last University of Florida quarterback that made it in the NFL? Danny Wuerffel, Rex Grossman, Shane Matthews, Jesse Palmer??? It’s not a fluke.
Now don’t get me wrong, I think Tim Tebow is a terrific athlete, great player and a helluva teammate, BUT HE IS NOT AN NFL QUARTERBACK. Kyle Orton is beating him so badly in camp so far (yes I know it’s only been a week) that you’d think he was Tina Turner. I mean people at Bronco camp are saying BRADY QUINN is making him look bad. He isn’t getting ANY reps with the first team, and the only drill Tebow has a leg up on the other two is sprints. That’s great if he was going out for a wide-out spot.
Speaking of wide-out’s, listen to what Bronco’s number one receiver, Brandon Llyod said about the situation…
“It’s the Tebow thing,’’ wide receiver Brandon Lloyd told SI.com, referring to Tebow’s popularity, and fans’ desire for Tebow to play. “They’ll put Kyle on the trading block because they don’t want to deal with the Tebow thing. But it’s not going to end until (Tebow) plays.’’ [SI.com]
There it is. Basically it’s the Denver Bronco fans, who have been desperately searching for a quarterback since John Elway left, putting all their eggs in the wrongly selected first round pick, Tebow. That’s where the problem ensued. In NO SHAPE OR FORM should TIM TEBOW have been a first round pick. I’m sorry, how can a head coach (ex-head coach, Josh McDaniels) select SUCH A HUGE PROJECT with his first round pick in a year that he had Kyle Orton, (who has been kicked around like a cheap hooker his whole career) on his roster.
Kyle Orton is BY FAR a better quarterback right now, than Tim Tebow will ever be. That is my god’s honest opinion. He WILL be the starting quarterback unless Tebow uses his perfect Christian image and injects the holy spirit in John Fox and John Elway’s (now VP of Football operation in Denver) ass.
I hope Tebow succeeds, I really do. I’m not a Tim Tebow hater, I’m a Tim Tebow is absolutely not a NFL Quarterback guy. I would take Tim Tebow on my team every day of the week….not in the first round, maybe 5th and later and as a full back or tight end, but he is not an NFL quarterback, I’m sorry.
With the NFL Draft just a little over a week away, I will FINALLY unvail my ONE AND ONLY Mock Draft. Now with me being such a fatty, and devote half of my life to football, College or NFL, I usually kill these stupid things.
I had 23/32 picks correct last year…so I don’t know how to put this but……
Okay, I’ve stalled long enough, LESS GET IT!
*With the FIRST pick in the 2011 NFL DRAFT, the Carolina Panthers Select:…………………….*
1. Carolina Panthers (2-14) - QB Cam Newton
Carolina is in desperate need of an identity, and someone to put asses in seats. Now Patrick Peterson and Von Miller maybe the two best prospects in this draft, but they aren’t selling tickets. Newton has a chance to be a great QB, he has all the physical features you look for in a pro quarterback, but his attitude and ability to adapt to the speed of the NFL leads scouts and other NFL personnel to question him. That being said, I don’t see anyway Carolina passes on him for the sole reason of having to create a spark with the number one overall pick.
2. Denver Broncos (4-12) - DT Marcell Dareus
Denver finished dead last in the NFL with just 23 sacks. Of course losing Elvis Dumervil for the season before the year started had a huge impact, but Denver will still needs another pass-rusher up front. The Broncos hired John Fox as their new head coach this winter and Fox has been a top defensive coach dating back to his days with NY Giants and Panthers. Fox indicated that he wants to upgrade the defensive tackle position, as indicated by the release by Justin Bannan and Jamal Williams. Dareus is a can’t miss DL prospect and will be the Broncos pick here.
3. Buffalo Bills (4-12) - CB Patrick Peterson
Peterson, in my opinion is the best player in this entire draft. The Bills have many holes on their team, so cornerback may not be the smartest choice, but Peterson maybe the best cornerback since Darrelle Revis in 2007. If Cam Newton were available, he would have been the Bills pick, but I don’t see Carolina passing on him. There isn’t much more to say other then Patrick Peterson is the BEST PLAYER IN THIS DRAFT.
4. Cincinnati Bengals (4-12) - WR A.J Green
The Bengals hired Jay Gruden as their offensive coordinator in the offseason so this will be a offensive pick here. With Carson Palmer trying his best to get out of Cincy, the Bengals need to do whatever they can to keep him, so adding an absolute stud like Green wont hurt. Even if Palmer does get shipped out, it will be hard to complain about a pick of Green. Green is an elite receiving prospect compared to Larry Fitzgerald, so he and the Bengals seem like a perfect fit. And don’t pay attention to his low Wonderlic score (10). Roddy White notched a 4 on his Wonderlic, and I don’t think the Falcons regret drafting him.
5. Arizona Cardinals (5-11) - QB Blaine Gabbert
This pick is interesting because I can see the Cardinals adding a veteran quarterback when free agency/trades are available (McNabb, Bulger, Palmer), BUT Gabbert maybe the best quarterback in the draft. He isn’t the flashiest, which is why Newton will go ahead of him, but many scouts ( including myself ☺) LOVE this guy. Gabbert played in a spread offense at Missouri, but ran a pro-style attack in high school. All the analysts on ESPN are gushing over Gabbert. Mike Mayock (who I think is the best at breaking down tape, and the best scout out) has him as his No. 1 quarterback. Trent Dilfer referred to Gabbert as “special.” Charles Davis called Gabbert a mix between Joe Flacco and Sam Bradford. That is too high of praise to pass up. This maybe a HUGE pick for the Cardinals down the line.
6. Cleveland Browns (5-11) - LB Von Miller
If Von Miller is around at 6, the pick will be in before our wonderful Commish can finish the “Cleveland Browns are on the clock” sentence, it will be Miller. Millers’s a monstrous pass-rusher who ran a 4.46 40 and notched a 37-inch vertical at the Combine. Miller also is fantastic in coverage, even Fatboy Warren Sapp noted that same thing ”You’re either born with that, or you’re not, he was.” Like I said prior, Miller and Peterson are the top two players in the draft.
7. San Francisco 49ers (6-10) - CB Prince Amukamara
The Niners will be pissed that Peterson is off the clock, but they have to expect it. Amukamara is one of the more physical Cornerbacks to come out of the draft in a long time, but the questions about Amukamara heading into the NFL combine were about his speed. Luckily for him, he put an end to that by running a 4.38 40-yard-dash. This is the earliest I see him being drafted, and with the Niners desperate for corner help, he should be the pick.
8. Tennessee Titans (6-10) - DT Nick Fairley
You’d be hard pressed to find a more dominant interior defensive player in all of college football last year than Nick Fairley. The Auburn defensive tackle lined up against some very talented offensive lines in the SEC and was able to consistently make his presence felt. The problem is, Fairley only showed this kind of dominance in one year. Fairley thought to be a top-5 pick after the College Season ended, but his lack of hustle, and questionable character caused him to slip a bit. The 8th pick overall aint to bad though.
9. Dallas Cowboys (6-10) - OT Tyron Smith
Smith has been climbing up draft boards since the combine and his pro day. As USC defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin said, “Ty is just too good to stay in school, and he hasn’t even reached his full potential.” He is a bit raw, but with the Cowboys offensive line in disarray, Smith could be just the stud their looking for. I have him ranked very high, not only as the top offensive line prospect, but top OFFENSIVE prospect in the draft.
10. Washington Redskins (6-10) DE Da’Quan Bowers
Interesting pick, not only the player, but the team who take him. The Redskins are never shy to create story-lines (Fat Albert Haynesworth) Bowers’ fall from the top of the draft over a knee injury, and failing to attend a few meetings and workouts he had scheduled, caused him to fall to 10, when he as a top 3 pick a few weeks back. He did lead the nation in sacks last year and could be a pro bowler if in the right situation.
11. Houston Texans (6-10) - WR Julio Jones
Adding an elite WR like Jones to a receiver corp of Andre Johnson, and Kevin Walter could be DANGEROUS for opposing teams, add in a RB like Arian Foster, and a quarterback like Matt Shaub, this offense should have no problem being a top 5 offense in football. Sure they have a lot of holes on defense, mainly in their secondary, but with DeMeco Ryans coming back off an injury, and another full year of Brian Cushing, they can afford to take the best player available here.
12. Minnesota Vikings (6-10) - QB Jake Locker
- This pick is interesting because of the high profiled name Locker has been anointed with since last season. Locker was the sure fired number one pick in last years NFL’s Draft, but he decided to stay in school one more year, and had a bad season. Word is Minnesota ADORES Locker, and actually invasions him as the next BRETT FAVRE! Locker possesses tremendous athletic talent, but his accuracy is atrocious. His decision-making is terrible. His mechanics need work. And his football IQ is pretty low. So, I guess, be careful Minnesota.
13. Detroit Lions (6-10) - DE Robert Quinn
Finally the Lions aren’t in the top 5 and in position to draft a WR. Quinn is a stud pass rusher,and shined at North Carolina’s Pro Day. There’s no way the Lions can pass on him at 13, he just offers too much upside as a dynamic pass-rusher. Him and Suh on the same line, YIKES.
14. St. Louis Rams (7-9) - RB Mark Ingram
Ingram will be the first running back taken off the board regardless, what’s left to be seen is who will take him. If he gets back the Rams here at 14 he may sit for a while. The Rams have made it clear that they want a change of pace back and someone who can spell Steven Jackson, and with the two top wide receivers off the board, Ingram makes great sense. Hampered by a knee injury in 2010, and his struggle catching passes out of the backfield, his stock has dropped a little since his outstanding 2009 Heisman campaign, but not enough. He’s still going to be a great pro. Huge value for the Rams at 14.
15. Miami Dolphins (7-9) - DB Brandon Harris
Harris put the last doubters to rest about that stigma at the NFL combine. He may be fast, but Harris is also a great football player. His movement and instincts shown at the NFL combine were superb. Harris has surpassed Jimmy Smith, and ended up being the third cornerback off the board behind just Patrick Patterson and Prince Amukamara. Miami may have found themselves a steal here. A QB like Ryan Mallett, and Christian Ponder could be the pick here, but with the pressure on head coach Tony Sparano to win now, and a group of veteran QB’s available, this is the more logical pick.
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Since taking over the duties of Executive Vice President of Football Operations for the Denver Broncos in January, John Elway has gone out of his way a few times to take a few low key shots at his current quarterback Tim Tebow.
On Elway’s first day on the job the question was asked whether or not he thinks Tebow is a good enough NFL quarterback, and this was his answer through our favorite reporter SI.com’s Peter King.
Now take that however you want, either you can say Elway isn’t comfortable with Tebow leading his Broncos, or he thinks Tebow is just young and raw right now. Either way this wouldn’t be the last time John had a sly comment about Timmy.
Peter King, in that same report say he thinks the Broncos could look to deal Tebow, who was just selected in the first round in last years NFL Draft by head coach at the Josh McDaniels and current GM Brian Xanders. McDaniels is now no longer with the Broncos, and Xanders has just as much to say with Football operations in Denver then Carmelo Anthony. It’s Elways show now cowboy.
So with the lockout now a few weeks in, and football moves cannot be made, there will be no rumors of a possible Tebow deal, but that doesn’t mean Elway can’t talk Bronco quarterbacks, present or past.
While Kyle Orton and Tim Tebow are still on the roster, Elway recently expressed his opinion towards Jay Cutler–the quarterback traded by the Broncos before the 2009 NFL Draft.
It was obvious Cutler and McDaniels never saw eye-to-eye, which is a big reason why both of them are out of town, and while Orton and Tebow had their 15 minutes of fame in Denver, the position is in disarray (it could be worse, you could be Miami or Carolina.)
The thing is, if Elway would have been on board a year earlier there would be no quarterback controversy, and there would be no Tebow in Denver meaning the University of Florida star would probably still be on the draft board. (Kidding, sort of)
Asked Tuesday at the owners meetings if he would have traded Cutler, now the team’s executive vice president, told the Chicago Sun-Times, “That’s hard to say because I don’t know all the circumstances but I do know how hard it is to get a guy who has that much talent at the position.”
Yeah that is all you need to say Johnny. We all know what everyone else thinks, Tim Tebow is NOT an NFL quarterback and you’re scared shit to go into your first season with him at the helm.
“It was a tough situation he was in in Denver,” Elway said. “I would say, to be honest, he’s the type of player you don’t give up on as easily as we gave up on. But you look at what he’s done. He’s done a good job there. He’s matured.”
Asked by a radio station host if Cutler would still be a Bronco if he were in charge at the time, Elway said, “There’s a good possibility, yeah.
“I would say that. But I don’t know. I wasn’t in the middle of that. I didn’t know Jay real well but I would have done everything I can, especially when you have a talent like you have in Jay. Those guys don’t come around very often.”
Now I’m no Jay Cutler fan, I think he’s a egotistic punk who thinks he’s bigger then the game, not to mention he babied his way out of the NFC Championship Game in Chicago this past January because of a “knee injury” I don’t buy that he couldn’t have played, but that’s a different story. But as a Bronco fan you HAVE to be worried about your recent first round pick. John Elway knows a thing or two about playing quarterback in the NFL so if he is so far off-board on a guy, I’d take his word.
Cue the Timmy-clan, Catholic Churches of America, or at least the “Tim Tebow works harder then any player in the history of the game” people.
I mean at least Timmy will still have his loving Mother (who almost aborted him), Jesus, and his Jockey underwear contract. Harsh huh?
Tim Tebow joined the Jockey team last July as the company’s new spokesperson, but his new ad was just released yesterday. He signed on to promote the Staycool Collection originally made for astronauts. WTF does Tebow know about Space?
I do think Timmy and his goodie two-shoe image is a great addition to the company. On second thought, how does this dude keep getting sponsors?
Before you call me a hater I think Tebow’s a great kid and a sick athlete but an NFL quarterback, I don’t think so (neither does John Elway and I think he knows a thing or two about quarterbacking.)
Unlike other male athletes such as Rafael Nadal, David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo and Michael Jordan who have gone pant-less for such ads, Tebow keeps his pants on. (Shocker)
Check out Tim talk about his “Coolest Places, People, and Music.”
(I can tell you one of the Coolest places Tim HASN’T been to, or in,…..Your daughters pants)
Former USC Trojan runningback and current Denver Broncos back is pissed off at a lot of people.
I’d be pissed too if I was overweight and couldn’t keep a job in the NFL….oh wait I am overweight and can’t get an NFL job (I haven’t tried yet though)
Damn no love for Pete Carroll? He signed your ass in Seattle last year when no one wanted you. Even though he did end up cutting you.
Big up’s to Chauncy Billups and Kobe Bryant though!