Broncos vs. Jets: Tebow Runs for Late TD

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  1. mandym

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    His testimony grows stronger and stronger. He praises God for his abilities. I have the utmost respect for Tim Tebow.
     
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    Tim Tebow: Confounding His Critics One Game at a Time

    http://networkedblogs.com/qbEzd
     
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    I really wanted to watch that game but I don't get the NFL Network.

    Denver is tailoring their offense around Tebow, and it's working.
     
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    You have to have a talented QB who is ready and prepared to be there for it to work.
     
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    I hardly get to see whole games....(MST) 11 AM starts are during church, and 2 PM starts run into choir and ensemble rehearsals. So Monday and Thursday night games are a real treat.

    It was a pleasure to see Tebow leading my Broncos to an amazing, made John Elway stand up and clap, victory!!!
     
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    Tebow is a class act all the way. Wished that more players of all sports would show a testimony about Jesus! Amen!
     
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    A friend of mine posted this on Facebook concerning Tebow after last week's win:

    My response below:

    Tebow is confounding the experts because he is not the "best" according to the numbers, but he is a leader, a faith-filled man, and an example of humility through servanthood, all at the same time.
     
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    Denver won today in OT. Tebow ran the ball 22 times for a total of 65 rushing yards which has not been done in the NFL since the 50's.
     
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    I got to see the first half and then left for music rehearsals and evening service.

    TEBOW!!! The boy never opens his mouth without first thanking his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for his talent.

    I love that!!!
     
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    This is what I have been talking about. Sure, he is a great leader, the four wins in a row attest to that. But he can not hold up doing this. If he doesn't learn to pass the ball effectively he will be done in less than five years.
     
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    Your wrongheaded assumption is that he does this just because he cannot pass. The whole game is not about passing and his passing stats are not bad. He does it because it is effective. They said he couldn't last doing it in college ball and he did. He can last doing in the NFL as well.
     
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    The Mules Defense is keeping them in games and securing wins.

    Other opps will figure this scheme out soon enough. They really haven't played a good team yet either, excluding the Lions, who by the way spanked them. :)


    Yes, this includes the Raiders who were in dissaray when they met with their QB situation.
     
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    Well, in college, D-linemen aren't as big as they are in the NCAA. All it takes is for one big 350lb+ DL to nail him, and he's gone.


    He must stay in the pocket more or he will not last. Why do you think the average lifespan of a RB is only 3.5 yrs? It's because of all the hits they take. The QB is not supposed to get hit that much. Look at what happened to David Carr in Houston, and Tim Couch in Cleveland. They got pounded game in and game out. David Carr is now a backup somewhere(don't know which team), and Tim Couch is out of the league.
     
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    He is not an average size QB. He doesnt come out of the pocket unless he has no other options.
     
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    Sorry Sissy, but they have been running an option style formation a majority of the time. Shoot, in the KC game, he only threw eight passes the whole game.

    Look, he's a leader, I give him all the credit in the world for what he has done. But the NFL stands for "Not For Long" if he doesn't learn anything other than the option. If he continues on taking a pounding each and every week like he has been doing, he's in trouble.
     
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    I am not a sissy
     
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    You know all the squawking from the anti-Tebow folks proves to be futile. And when he surpasses the bar they set for him that set a new bar. You are just wrong.
     
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    Not really. Many of the plays in that style of offense are designed runs for the QB. It's not a throw first offense.
     
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    Sorry if you took that the wrong way. "Sissy" is slang for Sister. Sorry again.
     

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