JeRmZ wrote:The stats I posted are not mindless appeals when it concerns everyones' number one issue with Tebow ... that he is primarily a running QB.
It's simply not true.
It is true. He had more rushing attempts than completions. I was not speaking in the literal sense of passing attempts, I was referring to style of play. He had more rushing attempts than completions. If that is not the definition of a running QB, what is?
JeRmZ wrote:so as you stated to keep this topic on track ... Decker will step up, and IMO is a better WR than Lloyd and will prove that.
Everyone also fails to realize that Demaryius Thomas will be back, as is Royal and Denver also has Matt Willis as well. Everyone thinks now that Lloyd is gone, that Decker will be the only WR on the field on sundays.
Unlike Fatfoot, I don't think this thread was offtrack. Unless Decker throws the ball to himself, his entire fantasy production is based on how Tebow performs. No one knows for sure how that will turn out - you are making one argument, and I am making a counter-argument.
And listing the other receivers on the team doesn't help your argument. Decker may not even be the best WR on his own team once Thomas is healthy. And, as I said, Fox wants to run the ball. Even if Tebow averages 35 attempts a game (which I think is a stretch), he'll only complete half of those which will be spread around to all those receivers and the RBs. And I guarantee you his red zone TD passes will be in the bottom of 3 of the league from this point out.
Plus, is everyone forgetting that this team is one of the half dozen dumpster fires going on in the league right now? WRs are a dime a dozen - so I think Decker is just a waste of time because of all the factors...not just Tebow. Just my opinion...we'll see how it plays out.