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Old 10-11-2009, 08:43 PM   #166
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Re: Tebow: Is he the Redskins solution?

Tebow might be a good fit here however if we do not address the O line it does not matter if we bring Peyton Manning here, until our line is taken care of qb's are going to have a tough time doing much of anything in DC.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:14 AM   #167
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Tebow is a very risky draft pick. He has all of the intangibles of a great nfl quarterback, but is lacking in proven nfl quarterbacking skills.

I think you only draft him, if the head coach feels strongly about it. Like Gruden.
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:23 AM   #168
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Is Jeff Garcia still available? He isn't the answer, but he's part of the solution. The first thing we should do is get some solid offensive linemen. And maybe Buges has lost his touch.

Nobody expected Kyle Orton to do much of anything in Denver, but he has a solid offensive line, along with backs who can run the ball. We need to solve the O-line problems, then get some backs that have a little bit of gas in their tanks. Go Portis, anywhere!
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Old 10-12-2009, 11:28 AM   #169
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If Bradford can pass a physical. I would go with him as the best shot. The rest. NO!!!!! Uncapped season next year. I would keep JC and Colt. Then bring in Bradford. If not I would look for a free agent if one is out there. If we go with the above formula. We at least has JC as a back-up to Bradford. Or we can let Bradford work himself into the line-up. I woulnd't feel comfortable with the other QBs and iffy with Bradford because of his shoulder. But if he is healthy he would be my pick.
JC wouldnt stay just to groom someone else to take his job a yr later. He is a FA and IMO he goes elsewhere next season. either the team lets him go or he tells the FO to kiss his arse.
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Old 10-30-2009, 11:30 AM   #170
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Re: Tebow: Is he the Redskins solution?

Listening to Tony Dungy on Espn today. When asked who would be his pick of any QB avaliable in the upcoming draft, his reponse was "Tim Tebow. He is a superior leader, smart, adequate passer and adds a running threat. Quality team guy and character".
This may be an option worth thinking about for the Skins as he may not command a high draft pick. Our line for some time will not be All-pro and our FRANCISE qb may not be available for a year or two?
Tebow can buy time in and out of the pocket. He adds the running dimension. And we can adopt our own version of the Wildcat, until some of our components come together during the "rebuilding of the Redskin empire".
During the turn-around, he may be the stop-gap answer we need
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Old 10-30-2009, 11:34 AM   #171
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Sometimes I watch Tebow and I think this could really change the sport. Other times I see him and I think sure he'd be nice to have on the team as some sort of hybrid back but I'd rather have Clausen, McCoy, or Robinson as my QB
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Old 10-30-2009, 11:51 AM   #172
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Listening to Tony Dungy on Espn today. When asked who would be his pick of any QB avaliable in the upcoming draft, his reponse was "Tim Tebow. He is a superior leader, smart, adequate passer and adds a running threat. Quality team guy and character".
This may be an option worth thinking about for the Skins as he may not command a high draft pick. Our line for some time will not be All-pro and our FRANCISE qb may not be available for a year or two?
Tebow can buy time in and out of the pocket. He adds the running dimension. And we can adopt our own version of the Wildcat, until some of our components come together during the "rebuilding of the Redskin empire".
During the turn-around, he may be the stop-gap answer

Didn't Dungy draft some horrible QB's in Tampa, like Shaun King? Did he draft Dilfer too? Worse than that he continued to play Shaun King.
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Old 10-30-2009, 12:05 PM   #173
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He may have, but.............he knows a thing or two about talent and....Winning
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Old 10-30-2009, 02:55 PM   #174
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I really like Tebow and he has all of the intangibles (which is really skills that can't be measured by stats or easily analyzed with x and o's) of a great nfl qb. BUT he currently wouldn't be a good fit for the redskins because of his quarterbacking style - unless the redskins rebuild the offense around him (which could be an option, if you have the patience to rebuild the offense).

You have to assume that his style of play will not change coming out of college. This is the style he is used to and will lean on when he runs into problems. If you prefer an offense that has a quarterback which looks to run the ball, then Tebow should be your number 1 pick.
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Old 11-01-2009, 12:21 AM   #175
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Today Tebow broke Herschel Walker's SEC rushing TD record (50), and set the all time rushing yardage record in the SEC (2,567). Stomped on UGA yet again. Oh, and by the way, he threw a pair of TDs, one of which was a perfect touch pass to the corner of the endzone where only Riley Cooper could haul it in. My boy can ball.
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Didn't Dungy draft some horrible QB's in Tampa, like Shaun King? Did he draft Dilfer too? Worse than that he continued to play Shaun King.
Didnt he also build one of the NFL's alltime laughingstocks into a SB winner? Ill let him slide on King.
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:09 AM   #177
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Today Tebow broke Herschel Walker's SEC rushing TD record (50), and set the all time rushing yardage record in the SEC (2,567). Stomped on UGA yet again. Oh, and by the way, he threw a pair of TDs, one of which was a perfect touch pass to the corner of the endzone where only Riley Cooper could haul it in. My boy can ball.
That's why we need to draft Tebow to be our next running back...and then trade him in a year for like 8 draft picks and 4 players
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:14 AM   #178
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Sometimes I watch Tebow and I think this could really change the sport. Other times I see him and I think sure he'd be nice to have on the team as some sort of hybrid back but I'd rather have Clausen, McCoy, or Robinson as my QB

yea, i'm with you smoot. personally,i like McCoy.
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:41 AM   #179
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i dont really like tebow, as a matter of fact i dont like many players who are hyped this much, but he is an amazing player and would be great for our team. id love if we drafted him.
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Listening to Tony Dungy on Espn today. When asked who would be his pick of any QB avaliable in the upcoming draft, his reponse was "Tim Tebow. He is a superior leader, smart, adequate passer and adds a running threat. Quality team guy and character".
This may be an option worth thinking about for the Skins as he may not command a high draft pick. Our line for some time will not be All-pro and our FRANCISE qb may not be available for a year or two?
Tebow can buy time in and out of the pocket. He adds the running dimension. And we can adopt our own version of the Wildcat, until some of our components come together during the "rebuilding of the Redskin empire".
During the turn-around, he may be the stop-gap answer we need
I think that it has more to do with their shared faith honestly.
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