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Old 12-15-2011, 09:57 AM   #31
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The Tebow mania is definitely annoying at times, but I watched Sound Fx last night on NFL Network and I've gotta say, he definitely seems like a genuinely nice kid. As much as I try to fight it, I'm finding myself rooting for him more and more.
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Old 12-15-2011, 09:57 AM   #32
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Wouldnt mind him in the burgundy and gold. Right age, can stretch the defense and can win one on one battle against great corners, check the tape with his battles against Revis Island. last match up he borderline dominated Revis and would have if he wouldnt have drop the winning touchdown. He has had some bad drops, but i think compared to the other free agent WRs he could go under the radar. Price vs value, he could be the steal of the class.
Living in Rochester I have watched most of the Bills games this year and Stevie Johnson has had some BIG drops with games on the line. Two against the Jets this year and then the drop against Pitt last year. I am not saying he is not worth taking a look at but ultimately I would be happier with someone else I think.
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Old 12-15-2011, 10:05 AM   #33
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The Tebow mania is definitely annoying at times, but I watched Sound Fx last night on NFL Network and I've gotta say, he definitely seems like a genuinely nice kid. As much as I try to fight it, I'm finding myself rooting for him more and more.
I feel the same, i couldnt stand him at Florida but now im kinda rootin for him, i do think Denvers run comes to an end this week. Very few athletes would have stuck to thier guns the way he has with his faith. But i kinds like it when athletes get a chance to tell na sayers to shove it in a classy manner. But if he was 2-5 as a starter i figure the sentement would be different.
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:06 PM   #34
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Dude i need Tebow to lose. I am getting tired of everyone going insane out in here in Colorado. Its annoying. Idk it was cool to see a guy win by sheer will power but now that everyone girl is going crazy it is starting to get old.
Jealous is a b!%@# ain't it?!? Can't fault Tebow for being a
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:17 PM   #35
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Brutal fan violence breaks out in New Jersey and Miami - Shutdown Corner - NFL*Blog - Yahoo! Sports


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According to one report, Mohr was responding to a group of Chiefs fans telling him that "You all deserved what happened on 9/11," and screaming obscenities about New York in general. Mohr's sister Anna said that her brother was compelled to respond because "our other brother is a fireman, and my father is retired FDNY, so you can understand why a 9/11 comment would especially irk him. He was shocked anyone would actually say something like that."
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:26 PM   #36
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I'm definitely pulling for Tebow to continue his success. With all the stories of NFL players getting busted for substance abuse multiple times, shooting themselves in the leg, sexual assaults.....it's nice to see a straight-laced guy making a name for himself based on his faith and his will power to win.
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:41 PM   #37
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I'm definitely pulling for Tebow to continue his success. With all the stories of NFL players getting busted for substance abuse multiple times, shooting themselves in the leg, sexual assaults.....it's nice to see a straight-laced guy making a name for himself based on his faith and his will power to win.
Agree, positive stories are welcomed over a piece of shits like Suh, etc.

Im just loving the fact all the so called experts on ESPN, NFL network and talk radio are getting their ass handed to them week after week by what Tebow is accomplishing. Its really funny watching the back tracking. This type of story is why the NFL is top notch imo, unpredictable. no matter what type of stat or analysis is done, it can be proved wrong pretty easily.
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Speaking of Suh I'm really tired of the guy and he's only in his 2nd year.

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I always thought Tebow would make a shitty NFL QB, and I still think that. However, the guy has more guts and heart than a good majority of the guys out there playing. Tebow makes for a great back up QB, and not because of his "skill set" as a QB. He knows how to get his team to rally behind him, and I couldn't think of a better person to lead a team in those types of situations.

I'm glad to see the guy succeeding team wise even if he isn't doing it with incredible numbers. The team obviously believes in him because they've sure as hell have rallied around him. Keep on doing what you are doing and keeping those hatters (including me) quiet.
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Speaking of Suh I'm really tired of the guy and he's only in his 2nd year.

Ndamukong Suh: Criticism “not going to make me cry” | ProFootballTalk
yeah, what did it for me was the excuse after the thanksgiving game. in front of a national audience after it had happened and he had a chance to think about, he stands up there and denied it. He could have admitted the mistake and buried it. But the excuse was unacceptable.
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Right after they upset the Cowpukes on Sunday night!!!
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Feds: Bears’ Sam Hurd tried to buy huge amounts of cocaine, pot - Chicago Sun-Times

Rumor is lots of other NFL players are involved here
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Speaking of Suh I'm really tired of the guy and he's only in his 2nd year.

Ndamukong Suh: Criticism “not going to make me cry” | ProFootballTalk
Suh and Harrison are the biggest crybabies in the NFL. I don't know how on the one hand they complain about the game becoming "soft", yet they turn into whiny b*tches when the NFL slaps them with a fine.

If the NFL is becoming so tough on these penalties/fines, how come we don't hear about players like D. Ware, Fletcher, Ray Lewis, Patrick Willis, and B. Urlacher get repeatedly penalized and fined for illegal hits? Maybe these guys should quit their b*tching and work on perfecting their technique so they don't continue to get fined by the league.
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