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Old 09-17-2009, 10:19 AM   #76
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Re: Tebow: Is he the Redskins solution?

most things i have read about tebow (and I don't follow the college game closely at all) is that if he plays in the nfl it will likely be as an H back. I think we have that pretty sewn up.


don't see how he could help us
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Old 09-17-2009, 10:26 AM   #77
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Re: Tebow: Is he the Redskins solution?

I think Campbell is good, but Tim Tebow is a natural leader which I think could benefit the Skins in many ways
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Old 09-17-2009, 10:27 AM   #78
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Well you prefer 5 years of Campbell and Zorn. I know he is the answer in your eyes. Just let him learn how to play he will develope into a good QB ... That's your idea.

What are you smoking?

We nees a Franchise QB like the elite teams in the NFL and Campbell sorry to tell you buddy if you have not seen it yet is not a good QB. Just ask Denver if Orton is better than Campbell? If Campbell was so good or had potential with the Denver receivers they have they could have taken Campbell...

Campbell is a joke...
agreed cambell is not good
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Old 09-17-2009, 10:31 AM   #79
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Re: Tebow: Is he the Redskins solution?

We already have the solution it's Jason Campbell relax its only been one game.
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Old 09-17-2009, 10:52 AM   #80
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Best post in thread, me and my friend were joking Sunday that we should trade all picks for seventh rounders.
If only it could happen. You can't trade your seventh rounder.
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Old 09-17-2009, 10:54 AM   #81
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We already have the solution it's Jason Campbell relax its only been one game.
It's talk about Tebow after one game that makes me wonder how (these very same so-called fans) can also be so critical of Snyder for his lack of patience and sometimes knee-jerk reactions. It's sort of like the pot calling the kettle black.
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Old 09-17-2009, 10:55 AM   #82
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We already have the solution it's Jason Campbell relax its only been one game.
ya i know but he just looked so bad until that last drive
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Old 09-17-2009, 12:12 PM   #84
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Jason Campbell didn't play bad last Sunday. He was 19 of 26 (or close) for 211 w/ 1 td. He didn't light it up but he didn't stink up the joint. The one fumble and return was his fault no doubt. I'm no JC homer, but let's give him this season to prove himself.

With that being said I don't see a problem in talking about a potential QB.
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Old 09-17-2009, 01:35 PM   #85
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Tebow should just walk away from football forever after this season. That way he can retire a legend and all the crazy Florida/college football fans can talk about how Tebow would have changed the game if only he had gone to the NFL instead of doing missionary work in El Salvador (or some equally obscure third-world nation). Bottom line is that the guys is not an NFL talent and having "it" does not make a great NFL quarterback. At the end of the day you have to be able to throw the ball and Tebow simply does not have an NFL caliber arm. I cite the 36 yard touchdown pass he threw to Riley Cooper against Troy last week. That was truly one of the ugliest throws I have ever seen. Luckily when you play inferior college teams your players are six yards behind the defender every time. I loved how the announcer immediately said that Tebow had a big time arm too. The Tebow love-fest among college football fans is insufferable.
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Old 09-17-2009, 01:38 PM   #86
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I'm one of the people that would like Tebow here, but I'm not a so called fan or a Snyder blamer. A lot of folks are but i'm not. Patience really cannot apply with Campbell because he's been the opening day starter 3 years in a row and while his stat line may decieve us he doesn't make a positive impact with this team. I watched a clip of him at Auburn and the same thing I saw then I see now, a guy who happens to play QB. Call me wrong but that's just my opinion. A thing that I like about Tebow is his willingness to put it all on him. And not so much try to point out everyone elses issues to kinda save face. I hope the Skins are successful but (much like we've said for a while now) it's all on Jason. Everything. But if he doesn't,.... I'll be on my Tebow watch !
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Jason Campbell didn't play bad last Sunday. He was 19 of 26 (or close) for 211 w/ 1 td. He didn't light it up but he didn't stink up the joint. The one fumble and return was his fault no doubt. I'm no JC homer, but let's give him this season to prove himself.

With that being said I don't see a problem in talking about a potential QB.
How much more time does he need ? Did you see that horrible pass to Santana ? I thought the deep ball was his bread and butter ? Did you see the audible to the run play on a 3rd and 8 with the Giants showing blitz ? Why did he do that ? Forgot the down and distance that's why. He's had time to prove himself IMO.
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Old 09-17-2009, 03:37 PM   #88
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Tebow will be good, but if you want to changne his style then don't pick him. Let a coach that wants him for him pick him. I get tired of that song and dance. If you don't like how a player plays, then don't pick him point blank.
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Wow.. It's been one game guys. Jason Cambell looked pretty good to me, and that audible he called on 3rd and 7 was actually a good call, but Randy Thomas got dominated so the play failed. THey only rushed 4, and the linebackers stepped back into C2.

So many loyal fans here since coming into this joint. I'm glad I can truely call myself a Redskin fan ebcause I have faith in Jason Cambell, and our offense this season. HTTR

Also, didn't every QB have troubles against the Giants defense? It's not exactly one of the soffest defenses in the NFL. You just have to find wyas to beat teams like that, and we almost did.. Oh well

Let's get ready for the RAMS imo.
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Old 09-17-2009, 07:25 PM   #90
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I like Tebow, i think he is a helluva football player and he fits UF's scheme like a glove. I hope he becomes a good pro which i believe he will be a solid guy but i wouldnt want to put a 1st rounder on him when we need OL help first.
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