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- 01-09-2009, 07:12 PM
I'm not the most religious person but there's no questioning the fact that Tim Tebow is a inspirational figure. As far as his quarterbacking skill, I don't think he's that great but he is overall a hell of a football player and he comes across as truly genuine and gives his all, all of the time on and off the field.
01-10-2009, 01:59 PM
01-10-2009, 02:21 PM
Thats the thing man I am a Bama fan as well...haha We have got a lot of returners so even if he comes back it should be pretty competitive.
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01-10-2009, 02:22 PM
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01-10-2009, 03:32 PM
I think he stays, as right now he might slip to day 2 of the draft. He is not a pro qb yet. His delivery is slow, and is not accurate enough
01-10-2009, 03:57 PM
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01-10-2009, 07:25 PM
Although i am a huge gator fan i must agree with everyone here, truly is an amazing person, on and off the field.
I hope he stays another year as i as well agree hes not a pro QB yet and dont really think hes Pro QB worthy, Tightend or fullback is something id love to see him goto and test out though.
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01-10-2009, 08:17 PM
Tebow is one of the most competitive athletes i've ever witnessed in college football. The kid gives it his all on every down of every game.
Do i think he's ready for the nfl right now? No, he needs to fine tune some of his mechanics first. I agree his delivery is too slow, but i disagree about his accuracy. When he has time to set up, he's as accurate as anyone.
I can assure you he'll be an nfl player in the not so distant future. He has the raw talent to proliferate at many different positions, but i truly believe that the QB role is his destiny.
He may not be the prototypical nfl QB by cliche standards, but he possesses many other talents that make him a great fit for that role. He doesn't panic under pressure, and his ability to improvise is uncanny. He's one of those unique players that makes everyone around him better. That is a gift you can't learn, it's innate. Mechanics you can work on and improve thorough practice, however many specific football talents can't be taught.
One more year, Tim! The Gators need another SEC title!
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01-10-2009, 08:22 PM
I dont disagree he will be in the NFL, it is a matter a what position. I just dont see him as a QB. It will be hard for a team to invest the time, coaching and $ on him as a franchise player.
I will say this, his competitiveness is outstanding. I remember earlier in the year watching him jump in the special teams huddle. Friggin priceless
01-10-2009, 08:22 PM
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01-11-2009, 03:32 PM
Well, so much for answering my prayers...
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01-11-2009, 03:41 PM
01-12-2009, 09:17 AM
Tim Tebow is who we thought he was, a smart guy. By coming back he has a chance to not only win another Heisman but raise his stock as a quarterback and win another National Championship. The bottom line in all of this though is that he will be successful in life even if he never plays another down in football as he's got his act together.
01-15-2009, 11:18 PM
The only thing I have to add on though...Tim Tebow has a F*cking cannon arm that really never gets displayed (I've watched a lot of film on the guy) and yet because of the system he runs his arm strength gets questioned and scouts say he can't make it as an NFL QB...I beg to differ there. His mechanics need a lot of work for sure...he needs to learn pocket presence and how to run proper 1, 3, 5 step dropbacks and fire the ball...he does throw a hell of a fastball as well. However, his raw talent is well...rarely seen. If you can hone in on his mechanics and develop a pocket presence and get away from the happy feet syndrome he is a legitimate 1st round QB...he has way too much potential and tools to pass up.
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01-16-2009, 12:13 AM
Florida focuses on giving the ball to its playmakers to make up yards after the catch/handoff, and with the speed florida has at the wide-out and running back positions, tebow doesn't need to gun it down the field. Everytime someone questions his passing ability, he's demonstrated a spectacular play to silence them.
Once he develops the ability to feel more confident in the pocket with a quicker release/delivery, that is when he'll clearly seperate from the rest. You could see that meyer had played with his mindset a bit early in the year demonstrated by his play. We already know he can run well, and improvise as needed, so adding a quicker release and some comfort in the pocket only makes this kid more lethal.
I do see him going 1st round when he does apply for the draft, the kid has just too much potential (at the NFL level) to pass up.
Too many people are comparing him in ways that they shouldn't be at this point. It's pure speculation at best. Let the kid prove himself before labeling him anything. His commendable accomplishments at this point both on and off the field speak volumes alone. How many collegiate athletes can say that!
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