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Old 10-09-2009, 03:36 AM   #166
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Re: Tebow: Is he the Redskins solution?

I hope we don't start over with a new QB.

But, if we do we might as well grab an OL in the 1st then get Tebow in the 2nd.

Tebow doesn't have the biggest arm but the dude makes plays.

He's tough as nails and the kid is a natural leader.
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Old 10-10-2009, 11:33 PM   #167
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From Twitter: @SI_PeterKing So good to see Tebow take his team downfield. I'm rooting for him to be better than the scouts think. Shanahan thinks he's high 1st-rd pick.

I hope he's not there for us when Shanahan is on the clock.
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Old 10-11-2009, 12:41 AM   #168
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I don't know? From what I've seen Tebow knows how to win. That could be a problem in Washington. Collins all the way byatches!
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Old 10-11-2009, 01:53 AM   #169
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I was so thrilled to see Tim back on the field tonight. He's our heart and soul. The guy is simply amazing. It's great to be Florida Gator! BTW that Florida defense is absurd, and I would love to score Brandon Spikes to be London's suitor.
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Old 10-11-2009, 03:35 AM   #170
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What tebow has which no other player entering the draft has is the power and will to fight and win, he wants to win no matter what
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Old 10-11-2009, 04:28 AM   #171
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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.
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Old 10-11-2009, 04:42 AM   #172
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I don't watch alot of college football but I did watch LSU vs Florida. Tim Tebow is a great college football QB but he will not excel in the pros at the position. He is not a pocket passer and he doesn't take snaps from under center. He will have a very difficult time making the transient from the college QB to a full time Pro QB. He maybe suited for the WildKat package but in Washington we don't even use it with ARE. I would take Spikes or the TE Hernandez before Tebow. So know Tebow is not the solution.
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Old 10-11-2009, 06:44 PM   #173
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I admire Tebow , he is a winner and very tough . As far as Qb's and winning in college ,it does not always translate in the NFL ... Lienhart,V.Young ,Quin,T.Smith,Leak,J.Russell,T.Couch . I would look at Bradford or McCoy early .... maybe ? What about the QB from Arkansas , he looks good . OL OL OL and OL .
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Old 10-11-2009, 07:04 PM   #174
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speak about native american curses, remember the 1992 superbowl in minnesota the protesting indians said we will never have another winning season until we change our name, what have we been in 2 playoff games since?
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Old 10-11-2009, 07:19 PM   #175
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Whoever . . . . I wouldn't want JC to throw jack.
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Old 10-11-2009, 09:43 PM   #176
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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, 12:14 PM   #177
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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, 12:23 PM   #178
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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, 12:28 PM   #179
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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, 12:30 PM   #180
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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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