Tim Tebow -NFL

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  1. JReb1

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    And Tebow's critics were saying that "every" NFL player (BS) works hard so Tim's work ethic will not matter in his transition to the NFL. The majority of NFL players are fat and lazy, especially once they're established and paid. I just can't see Tebow failing in the NFL, I think in time he will be a great QB just like Steve Young was in time.
     
  2. ToughJ.Riggins

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    That would be awesome. If Steve Young had a long career as a starter he would have been in the running to be named the greatest QB of all time. I think he still has the highest career QB rating for a QB with over 10,000 passing yards and the guy really could run too. Arguably the greatest scrambling QBs of all time are Steve Young and Fran Tarkenton both white.

    Maybe Tim Tebow will win a few Superbowls and be talked about as the greatest scrambling QB of all time (scrambling= a term the caste hounds can't comprehend when they see a guy with melanin "deficiency" doing it). We all know that ESPN will still be talking about Donovan McNabb and Michael Vick then though. [​IMG]
     
  3. DixieDestroyer

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    JR1, good call. That's total horse$#it that every (or even the majority of) NFL player(s) work hard & have good work ethic! [​IMG] Most of the NFL afroletes spend the off-season (& even during the season) loading up at the chinese buffet, blazin' dope, getting tore up "up n' da club" & dropping c-notes (like pennies) in titty bars. Tebow is (athletically, intellectually & morally) far beyond the "average" NFL afflete.

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  4. ToughJ.Riggins

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    Great post Dixie and JReb I agree! Dixie, I like how you used the term I started using here "afrolete". I know there are many black players in the NFL who could be called affletes, who behave badly, don't study hard or aren't very smart (most afroletes have one, two or all three of these problems and often times extreme athleticism and being a "student" with brains don't seem to go hand and hand), but there are many exceptions to this rule like Warrick Dunn, Myron Rolle, Ronde Barber, Jason Taylor etc.

    Vince Lombardi would be turning over in his grave thinking about how little pride these "playas" have. He coached when pride still mattered and would have been disgusted by the laziness, letting it rain at the strip joint habits- and lack of studying from affletes who need to study more. I recommend the book "When Pride Still Mattered" about Vince Lombardi and his era! I don't think Lombardi would have allowed himself to coach in today's NFL- as it would be against his ideals/ virtues to simply hand a job to an afrolete at the expense of a more qualified white.Edited by: ToughJ.Riggins
     
  5. whiteathlete33

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    Dixie, what about "Makin it rain"?
     
  6. JReb1

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    Some high praise for Tebow from a HOF QB.

    <h1 ="">Tim Tebow has plenty of arm, according to former Broncos great John Elway</h1>
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    Tim Tebow is with the best team to start his NFL career, says Elway.
    Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels has worked with pro quarterbacks like
    Tom Brady in the past and that should help Tim Tebow.</h2>
    Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway said he thinks Tim Tebow,
    the most intriguing pro prospect since Michael Vick, will do just fine
    in the NFL as he makes the transition from combination college
    quarterback to prototypical pocket passer.



    "I haven't worked with him. I saw him in practice and obviously saw
    him when he played. I think they are focusing too much on his release.
    As long as he can get it out in a timely manner, I think he has plenty
    of arm there," Elway said.

    Elway said Tebow is in the perfect
    place to begin his pro career because of McDaniels' experience working
    with quarterbacks, but he said fans are going to need plenty of
    patience.

    Tebow attended his birthday party, Elway said, but the two didn't talk football. They will soon.
    http://www.csmonitor.com/From-the-news-wires/2010/0723/Tim-Tebow-has-plenty-of-arm-according-to-former-Broncos-great-John-Elway
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  7. white lightning

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    I agree with Elway. Bernie Kosar was a pretty good qb who though side arm. Many others have and they were successful. Let Tebow do what he knows best. If they play the kid, he will become a superstar. I see him being similar to Steve Young eventually even though he is a big slower version of him. He will be hard to bring down whether in the pocket or running. Sacking him will be like trying to take down Big Ben. I see great things within 2-3 years if he is given the chance to start.
     
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    While Tebow was awesome. It was annoying hearing about him all the time. They act like he created football or something. Good ball player, wish him the best.
     
  10. FootballDad

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    I suppose if you are a blind supporter of a school like the Alabama Ebony Tide, then yes, hearing about a rival school's QB constantly could possibly be annoying. However, any praise received by Tebow was well deserved, regardless of what people think.
     
  11. 2Legit2Quit

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    Uh...hold on dad. I am not a bama supporter. I do love SEC football though. What is all this ebony tide stuff? They are the Crimson Tide. Tebow is a good Christian man. He did a lot of good for football. Just not on my knees for him.
     
  12. JReb1

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    Tebow is one of the greatest and most humble college star athletes ever. I've never understood why there's so much hate for Timmy, it's not like he sought all the attention, his athletic play making and winning abilities created his deserved hype...
     
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    I don't hate him. He just dominated the headlines. He was an absolute punishing runner that struggled at times throwing the football. Prolly the best individual leader I have ever seen. Im just not ready to give him my virginity like some people.
     
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    It's interesting that you decided to utilize your first couple posts (on the only pro-white sports website on the internet) to give backhanded "compliments"Â to Tim Tebow.

    You "love SEC football,"Â how cute. Perhaps you would "give your virginity"Â to one of the hundreds of overrated black athletes polluting SEC rosters with their athletic inferiority?

    Please don't bother to dispense anymore of your underhanded non-compliments towards white athletes"¦you won't be "sneaking" one past me anytime soon, newbie boy.Edited by: Thrashen
     
  15. 2Legit2Quit

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    whoa....what the hell is this sports site? Am I in a white power forum? I was trying to talk football regardless of color. Although I certainly would not be calling me out on football knowledge. I can run with the best of em.
     
  16. DixieDestroyer

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    Caste Football is indeed a sports site...with an emphasis on supporting White athletes & the exposing (cultural marxist spawned) "caste" system...or as the average sheeple would call "reverse discrimination" (in sports).
     
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    [​IMG] I guess he thought he had registered with one of ESPN's DWF boards.
     
  18. Thrashen

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    Yeah, I'm sure you just "unintentionally"Â signed up at a random website without reading any articles or posts....that sort of thing happens all the time [​IMG].

    God, you're such a dreadful liar.
     
  19. JReb1

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    When exactly did Tebow "struggle" throwing the football? Tebow had a high completion % every year in college and Timmy also threw lots of TD's with very few INT's every year.
     
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    Maybe it was his 2010 Sugar Bowl performance.

    I mean, Tebow was only:

    31 out of 35 for 482 yards and 3 touchdowns with 0 interceptions. See, he had 4 incompletions! This dropped his completion % to "just" 89% with a QB rating of 232.53.
     
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    I don't even watch college football generally, but that was one of the greatest games ever. Tebow rules.
     
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    Just saw that Tebow has been hazed by his "teammates" by being given a friar tuck haircut.

    This is the second white player I've seen so far who has undergone this type of hazing. I haven't seen any black rookies with a stupid haircut.

    Has anyone seen different?
     
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    Yes I saw this on Yahoo today. Surprising his afflete teammates haven't kicked the crap out of him like they did to Cam Cleeland some years ago.
     
  24. WhiteWorld

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    What the hell is wrong with Tebow? Seen something on espn today with him and that stupid haircut. Time to cut it. WTF?
     
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