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Re: Is Tim Tebow an Awful Quarterback?

Postby Purple1 » Wed Dec 28, 2011 11:30 pm

stomperrob wrote:
dgan wrote:
Dawinner127 wrote:And Elway commits to Tebow for next year.



He didn't say in what capacity he would be a Bronco...as a backup QB? HBack? His performance this week is what I think will happen a majority of the time. He plays so poorly, it has been amazing that games have been close enough in the 4th quarter for him to make a comeback. You start getting blown out of games like this, and his stint will be short-lived. He's got to make a huge leap in the offseason...and it will be his third year, so he could do it. We'll see.

John Fox turned Delhomme from a probowler to the worst QB in the league - and he turned the most dominant running game in the NFL into a predictable, low-scoring, ultra-safe offense. Didn't understand why he got this job regardless of who the QB is. I doubt he's the answer to turn TT into a viable QB. All-in-all, I think this franchise is in the crapper for the next decade...so enjoy this little maybe-playoff run Bronco fans. ;-D

Merry Christmas all!


That one mystified me too. Fox was a decent but not great coach at one time. Latterly the game seems to have passed him by - not sure why anyone would think he was the answer to their problems.


I wouldn't blame Fox for Delhomme, he just wasn't the same QB after the elbow injury. Other than that I do agree with both your opinions on Fox. I've never seen Pro football teams run on 3rd and 5+ as much as Fox does its been laughable watching his teams the past few years. It's like he will only pass on 3rd and 10+ and only if its in the second half...maybe I'm being to hard on him though, I mean in his defense his QB's have been Tebow and Clausen the past 2 years.
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Re: Is Tim Tebow an Awful Quarterback?

Postby stomperrob » Sun Jan 01, 2012 7:37 pm

Hmm, 27.3% completion rate, QB ranking of 20.6.

Some have suggested he would better as an RB or FB or to use only in wildcat formations.

The way he looked today, I think maybe Elway has another position in mind for him:

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Re: Is Tim Tebow an Awful Quarterback?

Postby moochman » Mon Jan 02, 2012 10:58 pm

stomperrob wrote:Hmm, 27.3% completion rate, QB ranking of 20.6.

Some have suggested he would better as an RB or FB or to use only in wildcat formations.

The way he looked today, I think maybe Elway has another position in mind for him:

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...used car sales??? ;-) :-b


nice :-b

I guess the verdict is in and the answer to the "Is Tim Tebow an Awful QB?" is: Yes, God-Awful.
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Re: Is Tim Tebow an Awful Quarterback?

Postby UnitedFive » Mon Jan 09, 2012 10:18 pm

In my opinion the guy wins games and that is all that matters really... It doesn't matter how you do it the ends justify the means!!
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