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This was a pure Jersey seller move. What right wing conservative isn't going to buy a Tebow Patriot Jersey lulz

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View Postsmokeyone, on 10 June 2013 - 03:33 PM, said:



Of the places to go this one just doesnt make sense to me.

No pressure to perform and plenty of time to improve with a staff that wants him at QB.

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View PostHothotz, on 10 June 2013 - 03:58 PM, said:

This was a pure Jersey seller move. What right wing conservative isn't going to buy a Tebow Patriot Jersey lulz

If you think a thread of patriots memorabilia will touch my skin....
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View PostUK4Life, on 10 June 2013 - 04:05 PM, said:

You're kidding yourself if you think he'll ever be a successful QB in the pros. Guy needs to change positions
You're kidding yourself if you think one of the best QB's to ever play in college would switch positions when he is finally in a good situation to play QB. And people weren't complaining when he was in College, only until he got to the NFL and everyone expected thhe guy to play in a pro style offense.
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View PostJoeGator, on 10 June 2013 - 04:01 PM, said:



No pressure to perform and plenty of time to improve with a staff that wants him at QB.
his pro career has an expiration date. If he isnt atleast second team by 2014 he will never make a roster. The best thing Tebow brings is buzz and thats almost gone after the Jets.

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View PostShaunMac, on 10 June 2013 - 03:44 PM, said:

No one will trade for Gabbert. His contract is stuck with us.

How dumb are we to leave Mallet (SEC QB, Big arm, Pro Set Expierence)

To pickup Gabbert. WTF.

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View PostDawgfan4life24, on 10 June 2013 - 03:41 PM, said:

For the love of God please send Mallet to Jacksonville
Well on the bright side. Jacksonville will probably Take Tajh Boyd or Teddy Bridgewater in next years draft.
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View PostStefanozz, on 10 June 2013 - 03:25 PM, said:

I guess I am in the minority in the country but....

I like the guy and actually want to see him play some QB in the big leagues.  Lesser QB's were given more starts on many NFL teams.

(Not that they are gonna bench Brady..)
Well your not alone. I wish him well. I think he is a good guy. And he really has not had a chance to see if he could adapt to the NFL. Not a serious fair chance anyway.

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I frankly believe that if you don't like the guy then you're moral compass is screwed up or your team got their asses handed to them by him in colege. Any other reason for not liking the guy other than being burned out by seeing him on ESPN, I just don't understand. I wish there were more men like him in professional sports for kids to look up to. And I wish even more that he can find a way to succeed in the NFL, whether that be at QB or another position.

He won't see any playing time at QB, obviously. But, New England may just be the best fit for him right now. He's with his old OC that drafted him in Denver, he'll get to learn from one of the greats in Brady and he'll be around an organization that is arguably the best in the league. Even if that never gets him on the field in Foxboro, it may prepare him for an eventual "comeback" with another team in a year or two. We'll see.

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The Pats needed a semi-competent backup I guess?

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View PostBoba Fett, on 10 June 2013 - 04:47 PM, said:

Well on the bright side. Jacksonville will probablytake Tajh Boyd or Teddy Bridgewater in next years draft.


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View PostBoba Fett, on 10 June 2013 - 04:47 PM, said:

Tajh Boyd

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View PostWeston M, on 10 June 2013 - 06:21 PM, said:

I frankly believe that if you don't like the guy then you're moral compass is screwed up or your team got their asses handed to them by him in colege. Any other reason for not liking the guy other than being burned out by seeing him on ESPN, I just don't understand. I wish there were more men like him in professional sports for kids to look up to. And I wish even more that he can find a way to succeed in the NFL, whether that be at QB or another position.

He won't see any playing time at QB, obviously. But, New England may just be the best fit for him right now. He's with his old OC that drafted him in Denver, he'll get to learn from one of the greats in Brady and he'll be around an organization that is arguably the best in the league. Even if that never gets him on the field in Foxboro, it may prepare him for an eventual "comeback" with another team in a year or two. We'll see.

He came into the NFL in 2010, 2 more years til the comeback that puts his comeback in 2015. That puts him at 27 and 5 years removed from seeing the field. Good luck with that.

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View Postsmokeyone, on 10 June 2013 - 07:00 PM, said:

He came into the NFL in 2010, 2 more years til the comeback that puts his comeback in 2015. That puts him at 27 and 5 years removed from seeing the field. Good luck with that.

I know it doesnt matter but there is the Pre-Season......it is technically seeing the field
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View PostShaunMac, on 10 June 2013 - 07:02 PM, said:



I know it doesnt matter but there is the Pre-Season......it is technically seeing the field
could you imagine if Tebow took this time and worked on being a half back? A guy that can run, pass and catch the ball for the Pats? He could get on the field, be a productive member of the team and create a buzz to keep him marketable.

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