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Old 01-09-2012, 10:12 AM   #181
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....one reason (and a big one) The Defensive unit that played today ....never played the Skins...this year, not as a whole.Same could also be said for the Offense.Simply put ...not all the talent was healthy at the time.
......could be (AND the Skins could use the injury bug on both occasions as well) OR maybe they just got their.....ass kicked by the better team on those days.....
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:18 AM   #182
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Haha that video of Tebow is fantastic! Much better than the one with Skip!
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:21 AM   #183
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Haha that video of Tebow is fantastic! Much better than the one with Skip!
It reminds me of the America's Funniest Home Videos segment they do putting the host's head on video clips. Hilarious stuff!
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:14 AM   #184
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REPORT: Tim Tebow now trailing Mitt Romney by 5 pts ahead of tomorrow's New Hampshire primary.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:26 AM   #185
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....one reason (and a big one) The Defensive unit that played today ....never played the Skins...this year, not as a whole.Same could also be said for the Offense.Simply put ...not all the talent was healthy at the time.
Yes, and the Skins could say the same thing. All teams could say the same thing.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:27 AM   #186
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As much as I can't stand Tebow I have got to give him credit today. He made some outstanding throws today. 10 competions for 300+ yards in the NFL is unheard of.
Also James Harrison and the Pittsburgh defense had an awful game.
You can't stand Tebow. Why?
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:29 AM   #187
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As much as I can't stand Tebow I have got to give him credit today. He made some outstanding throws today. 10 competions for 300+ yards in the NFL is unheard of.
Also James Harrison and the Pittsburgh defense had an awful game.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:35 AM   #188
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I can´t stand him either, so we could share the clouds.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:40 AM   #189
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I typically dislike Tebow because of the mania that surrounds him. He doesn't nothing, they talk about him, he sits on the bench, they talk about him, he has a terrible game or mediocre or great or wins, they talk about him. I don't even watch Sportscenter or any football talk except before games and it is just at nauseam.
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How can you hate Tebow and not admire what he has done? I can see hating the media hype but him personally makes no sense.
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I could do without all the media hype too, but that's not his fault. Regardless he's a good story IMO.
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......could be (AND the Skins could use the injury bug on both occasions as well) OR maybe they just got their.....ass kicked by the better team on those days.....

....ah no.
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:37 PM   #193
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Yeah the media annoys the hell out of me. I like Tebow (Loved him in his florida gator days), but the more attention he gets the more jesus-y he gets, and the more the media debates over him...it gets so annoying.

agreed , and frankly the rest of the Broncos are being left out for how well the're playing. The last play of the game was more the reciever then the QB!
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:42 PM   #194
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Redskins beat the giants twice and would do it again. The g men just played well in th playoffs against choke artist Matt Ryan, injuries can never be an excuse, everyone out there is an NFL caliber player, 11 skins > 11 giants the two matchups speak for themselves and there is no arguing that
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:43 PM   #195
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I like Tebow and his story is a good one as it has been said before. I think the annoyance comes from the ultra-hype from the media and fans. If Tebow can improve his passing game, he is going to be a starter in the NFL for a long time.

That said, he had a lot of help in winning this game. D. Thomas was RIDICULOUS and it is a bit sad that his amazing game will get lost in Tebow-mania. The Steelers were banged up and got even more banged up during the game. Finally, Dick LeBeau was not able to adjust to Tebow actually passing the ball (including in the game winning pass).

Tebow should be highly commended for not screwing up and for doing so in such a huge stage (playoffs). He made the right passes at the right time. And in the end, he took advantage of a huge opportunity. I truly hope Denver beats the Patriots next week, but unfortunately for them they won't be facing a hobbled up Brady.
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