Skip to comments.Tebow leaves feeling good
Posted on 01/15/2012 5:56:45 AM PST by Boston Blackie
FOXBORO Not thats there any way to quantify this, but the betting here is that the same people who were crowing last week about how theres no such thing as divine intervention in pro sports were pointing at the flat screen last night and saying, Hey, Tebow, wheres your divine intervention now?
But before continuing, lets be clear:
(Excerpt) Read more at bostonherald.com ...
Haters gotta hate, don’t they? Tebow’s a class act.
It was a sad game to watch. Tebow wasn’t the prob. The whole Broncos team was...totally outmatched in all phases of the game.
Next time, Denver should send an NFL team, not a college team.
It could have been 56-0 had New England not made those two turnovers.
That’s a pretty good piece. Real thoughtful — and his bottom line is right on target: the bottom line is winning.
Personally, I think Tim can develop into an excellent second-tier QB — at the level of a Rivers, Big Ben, or Doug Flutie. It’s possible he could achieve first tier — but, that will depend on his ability to read defenses, go through the progressions, and such.
IMO, the horrible bashing last night was less his fault than that of his offensive line and porous defense. Still, he did fail to spot a good many open receivers. And, I still can’t figure out why he didn’t run for the TD down on the three.
What say you much sharper sports analysts than I?
Keep it classy, typical Massachusetts arsehole.
I really have no idea why you say that.
I second that.
TT has already created a miracle. He got atheists to pray to God - that he loses.
Hey, doesn’t Bain capital own the Patriots too. ;-) snicker
What is with the nasty attacks by some people over this article? I agree with you .... its a pretty good piece.
I dont understand the Tebow hate. Can anyone deny that he is a good human being? Why hate the guy, regardless of your religion or what kind of QB you think he is. He does a lot of great things off the field and is a good role model for any kid.
I agree with you 100%, and I hope my comments did not come off as a Tebow attack. I love the guy. This off-season is going to be very important for him. To tell yu the truth, were I Tim, I would hire Donovan McNabb (or some other former top pro QB) as an off-season tutor (as LeBron james did with some basketball pro). Tim just needs some schooling.
The state did build an access road off the highway to the stadium property line. snicker,snicker.
Ah hah! ;-)
Can you point out where the writer shows hate for Tebow in this article?
From the article, “But before continuing, lets be clear: Unless George Burns was correct in Oh, God about how the 1969 Mets really were a miracle, The Big Guy Upstairs doesnt get involved in sports.”
I’ve got news for him. There isn’t one thing — one breath, one bird that falls to the ground, one hair on our heads — that God hasn’t counted and ordained. Nothing. It’s not that God is so big He doesn’t sweat the small stuff...He is so big that He does it all. I would expect no less from the one true God.
That said, Tebow is a class act alright.
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