You can say what you want about Tim Tebow, and everyone sure does. But he deserves better than this, deserves better than having to endure cowardly lions, the kings of least, inside the Rex Ryan Zoo, growling and clawing at him. He deserves better than to have anonymous potshots taken at him by characters who have no character, deserves better than to have his pristine chapel overrun by a team that leads the league only in finger-pointing and dysfunction. He should get the hell out, ask for a trade at the end of the Jets season,
Why should he ask to be traded? He is making a lot of money and has no blame for their poor play. The Jets are a bunch of misfits, that is for sure. Those who are too cowardly to speak with their own names are the losers.
He doesn´t deserved to be praised for bad quarterbacking. It is unfair to all involved. Too many people think the guy being a class act=him being on par with Tom Brady or Peyton Manning. He is a big, strong guy who has been able to take the abuse, but is not a pro style qb.
I wish he would have came to the Browns, we´re used to quarterbacks who can´t throw well but at least he would have been a heck of a lot of fun to watch! Plus he seems like the nicest guy in the universe.
Tebow is WAY too good for the Jets. They´re a bunch of Low Lifes. Why in the world they wanted him, only to let him sit on the Bench os beyond me. He needs to be playing. He did an outstanding job in Florida and won 2 Heisman trophys. That didn´t happen because he was a BAD Quarterback. Not only that, he is a great Role Model for young men. There are very FEW Football players that qualify for that Role. Also, I thought it STUNK that Elway dumped him the way he did and then bad mouthed him on top of it. He just might get payback for that if Manning is injured again. Tebow did a great job for Denver. He´s a good and decent man and any team would be lucky to have him. I HOPE he asks to be traded from NY. He deserves better.
The problem isn´t Tebow...it´s the Jets. They´re the NFL equivalent of your standard loudmouth gangsta thug NBA team. No class whatsoever...especially the coach. At least when the Giants screw up, they accept the blame and move on. BTW, I´m with #10...go PATS. The Jets SUK!
Tebow took his team to the second round of the playoffs last year and is being treated like the scum of the earth. I´ll bet most of the people mouthing off on his current team were around last year to be beaten by Tebow and the Broncos.
Elway was a jerk the whole time Tebow was winning games. He knows he is the guy people will equate with the Denver Broncos, and he was afraid Tebow might take his place. Kind of like the stepmother in Snow White asking "mirror, mirror on the wall" and expecting to be told he´s the greatest Broncos QB of them all. He likes to forget that he was on his way to being the next Jim Kelly and a laughing stock before he finally won a Super Bowl. Elway is a small man in many ways.
The Broncos went to the playoffs with Tebow at quarterback. The Jets are going anywhere. And the Jets hired Tebow, have not played him, now talk disrespectfully, when Tebow has nothing to do with the Jet´s failures.
Sanchez is an AA hire and he routinely plays like one. Why that corrupt fat mouth coach continues to play his main squeeze while letting Tebow rot is beside me. Sanchez is neck and neck with Castle for worst QB. Tebow ain´t pretty but he moves the football down the field and he wins ball games. That not good enough for you, Fats? BTW, I don´t blame Elway for going after Manning. They are headed to a Super Bowl.
How can he be called a bad quarterback when he never gets to play? And if he ever does get to play, how will he be able to stand up to all of the negativity that will be directed to him. It´s actually Alinsky-like: pick a target, freeze it, destroy it. That said, I hope Tim gets his chance and proves everyone wrong.
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