Will Tebow fit in anywhere ?

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  1. Im really not trying to come off like i hate Tebow or the gators, I think hes got character and leadership the NFL can use more guys like him. I just don't think he has the goods. Im sure Michale Vick could Let Tony Dungee stay retired and higher Tebow as a life coach OR he could be Pacman Jones chaperon for when he goes out with the guys

    (edit: remember how in the 90s whatever team signed D. Rodman had to sign Jack Haley lol it could be like that)
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    if you call a guy who lost his only game against a ranked opponent a winner I guess that's your prerogative.
    Your saying that Tebows only game against a ranked opponent was the Alabama game? So the other 30+ games of his career against the powers of the SEC (LSU, Auburn, F-State, Georgia etc...) and the National title games were all against unranked opponents?
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  3. Florida should have never been ranked #1 based on strength of schedule they played 2 ranked teams all year and got out classed by Alabama. (my bad for saying they had 1 ranked opponent this year I forgot they had to play LSU lol)

    1 Alabama
    2 Texas
    3 TCU
    4 Cincinnati
    5 Florida
    6 Boise State
    7 Oregon
    8 Ohio State
    9 Georgia Tech
    10 Iowa
    11 Penn State
    12 Virginia Tech
    13 LSU
    14 Miami (Fla.)
    15 Brigham Young
    16 Oregon State
    17 Pittsburgh
    18 West Virginia
    19 Stanford
    20 Nebraska
    21 Oklahoma State
    22 Arizona
    23 Utah
    24 Wisconsin
    25 Central Michigan
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    if you call a guy who lost his only game against a ranked opponent a winner I guess that's your prerogative.
    4 years of dominating the SEC, I would say he has beat some quality teams.

    Alabama got the best of him this year. The guy is not perfect. However, as a QUARTERBACK he has dominated the game playing top quality programs for years.

    Not to mention, I can name quite a few great Quarterbacks in the NFL right now who at times looked down right AWFUL in some college games. Eli Manning comes to mind with Ole Miss....

    Tim Tebow threw for a 58% completion percentage and for 247 yards with a touchdown. Not to mention ran for another 63 yards. He had nothing to do with Florida losing to Alabama. He had a 120.0 QB Rating for crying out loud.

    Anyone with a career 65% completion percentage, 8,803 yards, and 85 touchdowns in 4 seasons has my respect.

    Tebow vs Alabama:
    2006: Florida defeated Alabama - 28-13
    2008: Florida defeated (1)Alabama - 31-20

    -I would say Tebow has had his fair share of good games against Alabama. As Meatloaf would say "2 out 3 ain't bad."

    I apologize for rambling. I just think summing up this guys' QB ability by how he played against the best team in the nation this season (which wasn't a "bad" showing by any stretch if the imagination) is ignorant.

    I am not a Florida Gators fan, quite the opposite actually; but this guy is a proven winner. He has won 2 BCS National Championships. He will help any team he plays for WIN, regardless of what position he plays.
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  5. again i say see Tyler Hansbrough
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    again i say see Tyler Hansbrough
    Bringing up Basketball players does nothing for your side of the debate. This is Football. I could care less what someone did in the NBA after college.

    At least use Football players for your arguments.

    What's next? Are you going to look up what Women's College Basketball star didn't succeed in the WNBA and compare them to Tim Tebow?

    P.S. Give Tyler some time, holy cow!
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    Florida should have never been ranked #1 based on strength of schedule they played 2 ranked teams all year and got out classed by Alabama. (my bad for saying they had 1 ranked opponent this year I forgot they had to play LSU lol)

    1 Alabama
    2 Texas
    3 TCU
    4 Cincinnati
    5 Florida
    6 Boise State
    7 Oregon
    8 Ohio State
    9 Georgia Tech
    10 Iowa
    11 Penn State
    12 Virginia Tech
    13 LSU
    14 Miami (Fla.)
    15 Brigham Young
    16 Oregon State
    17 Pittsburgh
    18 West Virginia
    19 Stanford
    20 Nebraska
    21 Oklahoma State
    22 Arizona
    23 Utah
    24 Wisconsin
    25 Central Michigan
    Based on what, your opinion?

    They entered the season the defending national champions returning their entire team on defense; as well as the most dynamic player in college football (Tebow). Yes, they most certainly did deserve their #1 ranking.

    Oh yeah, who was it again that had a 22 game win streak (the longest in CFB) extending from last year? Yep, that was Florida too...

    Florida has nothing to be ashamed of. You can't win every game, and you're going to have bad games no matter how good you are (as a team). It's not Tebow's fault they lost that game. Alabama played very well, and the Gator Defense was apathetic. A sugar bowl berth is a great bowl game, and I look forward to watching my boys stomp the bearcats into the ground.

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  8. We'll have to agree to disagree for now. Come next year well see what he does, because i think someone is going to give him the ball (Oakland, Washington etc.) I just don't see him on a Vince Young/Mark Sanchez level. I hope I'm wrong cause as I said before he seems like a quality guy and the NFL can sure use some good role models.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by Tansui View Post
    We'll have to agree to disagree for now. Come next year well see what he does, because i think someone is going to give him the ball (Oakland, Washington etc.) I just don't see him on a Vince Young/Mark Sanchez level. I hope I'm wrong cause as I said before he seems like a quality guy and the NFL can sure use some good role models.
    Yes, we'll agree to disagree at this point.

    You are right that the NFL needs some good role models. The "Thug" image that some of them display has gotten really, really old.

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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Yes, we'll agree to disagree at this point.

    You are right that the NFL needs some good role models. The "Thug" image that some of them display has gotten really, really old.
    I seriously agree with the last point both of you have made. The thug mentality has made the NFL look more and more like the NBA.
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  11. And what pray tell does the NBA look like
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