Throwdown wrote:...Did you just compare racism to Tebow not being able to throw?
Spokane wrote:Its kind of a non story, when was the last time a QB hit on 75% of his passes and was not picked up the next year?
Never...I think this move was expected.
Spokane wrote:I like em. But guess what is not a small sample size...NEW ENGLAND!
You and I can throw yesterdays stats out the door, thankfully 2013/14 Tebow will show if he has anything!
Bill will use Tebow right, Super late in huge blowouts. Getting him his reps, so Tim is ready.
Hasselbeck wrote:The Patriots are perennial contenders in the AFC because of two words: Tom. Brady.
pehawk wrote:Pats also play in a laughing stock of a division.
pehawk wrote:I'm glad Tebow found a squad to give him a shot. Sure, it's ugly, but dude's still 8-4 as a starter with a playoff win. You cant tell me he was worse than any bum the Jets, Jags or Cards rolled out last year. He deserves and earned a job, somewhere in the NFL. I still say starter, but not on my team.
I dont know man, the NFL robbed me of watching Flutie and Moon also. I cant help but get deja vu over the Tebow thing.
Spokane wrote:I was watching and enjoying his play at FLA long before I knew of his personal views.
But the fact that Tim is a class act who holds to his beliefs and values makes me like him, sure.
When a guy puts his views out there and lives by it, whats not to like? Very few step up in life like Tebow.
RolandDeschain wrote:pehawk wrote:Pats also play in a laughing stock of a division.
2008, the year Cassel started every game but the first one and played every quarter of every game except quarter 1 of the first game, the AFC East was won by the Dolphins with an 11-5 record. The Patriots in 2nd place in the division at 11-5, the Jets finished 9-7, and the Bills finished 7-9.
Hardly a terrible division at that point.