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Tired my best not to like the kid when he was in college. Failed.
Didn't buy into the fanboy craze or the epsn hate.
The guy lacks the skillset but he's got guts and he knows how to win.
Can't help but respect that.
Hope he's not a merchandising gimmick.
Hope he sees the field and is a productive player in whatever position.

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View PostDawgfan4life24, on 11 June 2013 - 09:07 AM, said:

True. I just dont see why the Pats want him. They have Brady and Mallet who is a pretty good QB behind him. Unless they plan on putting him in another spot. Heard someone that Billy B is a fan of Tebow which is hard to imagine because he does strike me as the type to like any player. Hints he let Wes Welker go

BB spent a lot of time in Gainesville when Meyer was the coach, and continues to.

That's why he takes a lot of Gators, because he's seen many of them play quite a bit before turning pro, and knows what to expect.

Last year there were 4 Gator players on the NE roster, and there will be again this year.


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View PostGatorUnvrsty, on 11 June 2013 - 04:24 PM, said:

BB spent a lot of time in Gainesville when Meyer was the coach, and continues to.

That's why he takes a lot of Gators, because he's seen many of them play quite a bit before turning pro, and knows what to expect.

Last year there were 4 Gator players on the NE roster, and there will be again this year.


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Makes sense. Hernandez and Spikes are the two i know of. Just not sure what he is going to do with Tebow.....QB? Behind Brady and Mallet? or turn him in to a TE behind Gronk and Hernanez,?  Im curious to see how they use him.

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Hernandez is the best Gator they have, imo. He is a real game changer.
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View PostSheLuvsBama, on 12 June 2013 - 08:49 AM, said:

Hernandez is the best Gator they have, imo. He is a real game changer.

WHen hes not hurt.

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View PostDawgfan4life24, on 12 June 2013 - 08:51 AM, said:

WHen hes not hurt.

That's the problem with giving it your all. It can be and often is the cause of injuries.
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View PostDawgfan4life24, on 12 June 2013 - 08:25 AM, said:

Makes sense. Hernandez and Spikes are the two i know of. Just not sure what he is going to do with Tebow.....QB? Behind Brady and Mallet? or turn him in to a TE behind Gronk and Hernanez,?  Im curious to see how they use him.

Jermaine Cunningham and Jeff Demps were the other 2. Demps was traded to the Bucs, so the pickup of Tebow keeps them with 4. former UF players.

I don't know what to expect from the move either; but there's probably not a more suitable team for him. NE is set at QB, so he has time to further learn and develop at QB from one of the best. NE also runs a lot of spread offense schemes, even though Brady is never expected to actually run.

And BB is one of the more creative coaches in the league, completely fearless when it comes to being unconventional. So we could very well see him at any one of 3 different positions. NE's offensive coordinator and QB coach is Josh McDaniels, the guy who drafted Tebow to Denver in the first place.

I agree with you, it'll be interesting to see what they do.
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