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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The Inconvenient Truth


A Fullback that can throw.
is much, much, much better than


a Quarterback who can't throw.
Tebow will be the starter in New York by week 8.  You may not like that, it may make you mad, you may expect a Georgia fan to say otherwise simply because of Tebow's undergraduate school.  Well needless to say we have taken all kinds of stances that have not been exactly "popular" with most in Dawg Nation.




12 comments:

  1. If Phil Simms could win a Super bowl, maybe Tebow can too.

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    1. Tebow is better than Phil Simms because they have the exact same throwing ability but Tebow can run.

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  2. My thought, use Tebow as a FB/shotgun back. Sanchez passes, Tebow runs and has trick plays. I drew the offense up in college during several classes. I may or may not have been sober when I created this offense, but it works perfectly for Timmy.

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    1. Tebow throws as well as Sanchez so they should trade the Dirty One and get their 3rd round pick back.

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    2. Then we see different throwers. Tebow and his sub 50% completion is the worst starting QB in league history.

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  3. It's his first year as a starter, and he didn't start the first of the year, Sanchez: http://espn.go.com/nfl/statistics/player/_/stat/passing/sort/quarterbackRating

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    1. BTW, look at Eli Manning's completion rate his first year, where he started all games (48.2): http://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/M/MannEl00.htm

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    2. Eli never had that Byron Leftwich looping motion Kev.

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    3. ...but he did have a ton of doubters and a similar completion percentage in his first full season, which Tebow has yet to have. Hey, I'm just using statistics. Hey, Tebow's QB Rating isn't that bad as a starter and what are fans looking for, a QB's completion percentage? Or wins? Completion percentage take a back stage to wins. Completion percentages are good for personal awards like the HOF. The fans don't give a shit about that as long as they're winning.

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    4. QBs don't win, teams win. Comparing Tebow and Eli? Both have had success, through very different methods and skill sets.

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    5. I'm saying Tebow was in his first year as a starter. He never had to develop as a pro-style because they ran a spread option at Florida. He can learn, and has learned. Watch the Brady 6. They had a lot of the same criticisms of Brady, lack of arm strength, etc. It's why he went in the 6th round,, and wasn't the first QB in the 6th round. No, I'm not comparing Tebow to Brady. Tebow has been in the league the past decade. Tebow has been in a pro-style offense for a little over two years and only started, what, 8 games?

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  4. ...but people have said that if he wants to develop as a true passer, he's gonna have to start laying off the bench presses and start trimming down the guns.

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