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Old 02-26-2010, 11:38 AM   #76
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You know where i think Tebow should land. Indy.

Perfect situation for him to learn and grow behind the best QB in football. The guy says all the right things about work ethis and stiving to get better. If I were him I would be begging for a chance to learn from the best in Peyton. Indy needs a backup and Tebow would be a good fit. He gets a chance to sit and learn and if he pans put then The Colts would probably be able to get good value for him if they ever wanted to trade him in a few years. Tebow also doesn't have the pressure of having to ebcome a starter any time soon.
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Indy or maybe even New England. The silver lining in all of this for Tebow is he will likely go to a good team where he can learn from an established QB and stable coaching staff.
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Old 02-26-2010, 12:08 PM   #78
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Indy or maybe even New England. The silver lining in all of this for Tebow is he will likely go to a good team where he can learn from an established QB and stable coaching staff.
I agree. My only worry is that the Jags take him in the 1st round. They're desperate to start selling more tickets and he's a hero in the state of Florida. They've been linked to him for a while. I really hope that doesn't happen. The best chance for him to succeed will be to play behind an established qb for a few years.
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Old 02-26-2010, 12:38 PM   #79
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WalterFootball.com: 2010 NFL Draft Combine Stock Report: Day 1
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Old 02-26-2010, 12:53 PM   #80
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Indy or maybe even New England. The silver lining in all of this for Tebow is he will likely go to a good team where he can learn from an established QB and stable coaching staff.
One thing you can bet on is that he'll do great with the interviews and chalk talk, plus I'm sure his workout numbers will look a good bit better than the other top qbs (i.e. bench press, short shuttle, 40 yard dash). I think he's smart to wait to throw until pro day.
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Old 02-26-2010, 12:57 PM   #81
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Other than the Jags or perhaps the Saints, I don't see any team taking Tebow in the first round. Chances are, he'll be taken by a crappy team in the top of the 2nd.

EDIT - reading some of the other responses, I think NE would actually be perfect fit for Tebow. I hadnt thought of Indy, but I don't think their Caldwell and Moore are creative enough to take advantage of him. We all know Peyton Manning runs the offense there. If Moore called a play that involved Tebow coming on the field, Manning would ignore him. If Moore called a package that required manning to leave the field and Tebow to come in, Manning would just tell him to screw off and not a single player on offense would listen to Moore over Manning. The potential for ugliness is just too great there.

Brady, on the other hand, is a company man and does what he's told. Love him or hate him, Belichick is an offensive genius and would find a way to get the most out of Tebow.
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Old 02-26-2010, 01:02 PM   #82
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panthers pick up Tebow lol
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Other than the Jags or perhaps the Saints, I don't see any team taking Tebow in the first round. Chances are, he'll be taken by a crappy team in the top of the 2nd.

EDIT - reading some of the other responses, I think NE would actually be perfect fit for Tebow. I hadnt thought of Indy, but I don't think their Caldwell and Moore are creative enough to take advantage of him. We all know Peyton Manning runs the offense there. If Moore called a play that involved Tebow coming on the field, Manning would ignore him. If Moore called a package that required manning to leave the field and Tebow to come in, Manning would just tell him to screw off and not a single player on offense would listen to Moore over Manning. The potential for ugliness is just too great there.

Brady, on the other hand, is a company man and does what he's told. Love him or hate him, Belichick is an offensive genius and would find a way to get the most out of Tebow.
He is?

Defense is his specialty.
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Defense is his specialty.
Last I heard, he was also their offensive coordinator and they always seem to put up alot of points. his offense turned drew bledsoe, tom brady, and matt cassel into stars. sure, bledsoe was a 1st round pick, but he never took buffaloe or dallas to any measure of success. matt cassel looked like an all pro in belichick's offense and looks like total crap in kansas city.

granted, football is a team sport and there are a multitude of external factors that affect every player at every position, but belichick's offense makes QBs look good. He's a football genius. period. just because he had a defensive background before becoming a head coach, doesnt mean he's not a great offensive coach.
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Old 02-26-2010, 02:23 PM   #85
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Last I heard, he was also their offensive coordinator and they always seem to put up alot of points. his offense turned drew bledsoe, tom brady, and matt cassel into stars. sure, bledsoe was a 1st round pick, but he never took buffaloe or dallas to any measure of success. matt cassel looked like an all pro in belichick's offense and looks like total crap in kansas city.

granted, football is a team sport and there are a multitude of external factors that affect every player at every position, but belichick's offense makes QBs look good. He's a football genius. period. just because he had a defensive background before becoming a head coach, doesnt mean he's not a great offensive coach.
Last I heard, it was Charlie Weis 2000-2004 and Josh McDaniels 2005-2008 who were responsible for the offense at NE. I believe Bill O'Brien called the plays in 2009, but not 100% on that.
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Old 02-26-2010, 02:33 PM   #86
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Last I heard, he was also their offensive coordinator and they always seem to put up alot of points. his offense turned drew bledsoe, tom brady, and matt cassel into stars. sure, bledsoe was a 1st round pick, but he never took buffaloe or dallas to any measure of success. matt cassel looked like an all pro in belichick's offense and looks like total crap in kansas city.

granted, football is a team sport and there are a multitude of external factors that affect every player at every position, but belichick's offense makes QBs look good. He's a football genius. period. just because he had a defensive background before becoming a head coach, doesnt mean he's not a great offensive coach.
He made his name in this league by coaching the defenses of the Super Bowl winning Giants back in the 80's. It's not his offense per say, he has no direct input on the design or the play calls. The most involved he gets with the offense during the course of a game is deciding to go for it on 4th down. Thats it. Maybe he'll suggest to his OC that he would like to see more running or pass plays at certain points but not much else.

Basically Belicheck gets to pick an offensive coordinator. That is the extent of Bellichecks offense.

On top of that I can't think of a coach in the modern era that has coordinated both sides of the ball at the pro level. It's like getting an ENT to become a heart surgeon. Offense and Defensive coordinators are highly specialized positions. I mean it's hard enough for a player to switch sides of the ball let alone a coach.
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The Pats don't techically have an offensive coordinator, but those duties are basically handled by their QB coach Bill O'Brien.

They don't have a defensive coordinator right now either, looks like Belichick is going to handle that role.

Patriots will not hire a defensive coordinator, Belichick to expand role - Extra Points - Boston.com
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I am willing to bet that LeFevour's stock just dropped dramatically:

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Central Michigan QB Dan LeFevour says that he will not throw at the Combine because he wants receivers he's in rhythm with...
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Has anyone's draft stock really dropped from not throwing at the combine?
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Old 02-26-2010, 02:49 PM   #90
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Belicheck is definitely a D coach first.

Back to Tebow, good points yall about INdy & NE. NO would be a good fit too in terms of the situation, but there style might be a bit more vertical than he's cut out for. Actually, I don't know what style of O fits him at this point when I think about it. His release is slow for a west coast O. His deep ball isn't very accurate.

I don't know if he has an ideal landing spot in terms of the syle of offense, but would benefit being on a team that has a stable starter. Although that's not us, I wouldn't be made if Tebow was there in the 4th & we nabbed him. Don't see him being around that long tho.
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