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Monday, April 29, 2013

Tim Tebow is a perfect fit in New England

Tim Tebow was finally released this week and there's one place where he fits perfectly, with the Patriots.

After leading the Broncos to the playoffs two seasons ago, Tim Tebow was traded to the Jets.  Rex Ryan promised to use Tebow all over the field and would give them a great weapon.  The only thing the Jets managed to do with make a joke out of themselves and Tebow.




So, what should Tebow do?  The Jets let him down again by releasing him after the draft, giving him the lowest possible chance of landing a starting job in the NFL.  As of now, the only team I see that hasn't tried to address their QB situation is the Jaguars.  Jacksonville seems to be the perfect fit for Tebow since it's his home town.  The new Jags owner is on record stating they are not interested in bringing Tebow to town.   It was easy to say that when Tebow wasn't on the market.  Now that Tebow is on the market, do they make a move on him?  It's no secret that Jacksonville cannot fill their stadium and could use any help they can get to bring people to the games.  That would be Tebow's best chance to start.

That leaves one option, the Patriots.  New England is set at QB with one of the best of all time in Tom Brady.  In addition to Brady, they have one of the best coaches of all time.  Belichick loves to use players in different ways and try to outsmart the opposition.  He's used WRs on defense and loves to have guys that are versatile.  Tebow fits that mold perfectly.  Tebow can play offense, defense, special teams, you name it.

This opportunity for Tebow would give him a chance to learn from one of the best QBs of all time for an outstanding organization.

If Tebow wants to play QB, he has his work cut out for him to find a landing spot.  I think Tebow has the skills to play QB in the league, I just don't know if there is a team that will give him that opportunity.

By

Scott King
@fballxtrpoints

16 comments:

  1. I think it would be a good idea for tim tebow to join new England patriots

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  2. Tebow would be well trained in New England and provide a high draft choice once they see what he does for NE.

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  3. all i can say is kevin faulk replacement all over it if he came to NE. 3rd and short little flare passes to tebow all day, he can run. this would be a great move for both

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  4. go for it. bring him here.

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  5. Tim Tebow should go to the Canadian football league where he belongs!!!

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  6. In my opinion.Rex has been hanging on to Tebow,cause he knows BB will use him unlike the Jets wanted to.ithink this guy can be a weapon,his problem was going to NEW YORK,where they are a joke,with Pats no joking around,play and be a team player

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  7. Tim my advice to you is to keep your head up.do not let petty talks misguide you.You did a lot in college,you are talented and you are young.You have a lot ahead of you.
    I am a believer on the fact that some one without a roller coaster in his/her live is not yet successful.
    New York is new york and you are Tim Tebow.
    Good luck I am from Africa and I know it when some one is a born victor.
    God is with you and the people love you

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  8. I believe Tim Tebow would be a great acquisition for NE. He's got excellent leadership abilities and is an athlete in the largest sense of that word. The word from the QB coaches in Arizona where he has been training this off season is that he has corrected the mechanics/footwork issues that have impeded his accuracy in the short to intermediate range passes. While visiting Arizona a few weeks ago, former all-pro and Super Bowl QB Steve Young took a look at his passing and was very pleasantly surprised: "Wow, he's really got it" were his exact words. His QB coaches have praised his remarkable improvement and have said he is clearly NFL ready. Since NE needs a good back up to Brady, he would be an experienced candidate to bring in for a tryout so that BB can see for himself the changes. We already know he throws a good long ball. With these newest improvements and his well-documented running ability, he would be a great fit for NE....perhaps short yardage and some wildcat wrinkles for now, and then, if Brady gets hurt, be ready to step in as a replacement. BB is so creative in working versatile athletes into a winning combination. And we know that he has had good things to say about Tebow in the past. What's more, unlike the NY Jets, I think NE has the maturity to properly handle the media.

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  9. IM NOT A BIG TEBOW FAN AS A QUARTERBACK FULL TIME...BUT,,USED IN BILL'S SCHEMES AS DUMP AND RUN GUY I THINK HE COULD GET SOME MILES AND MAYBE PLAY SOME QUARTERBACKING IN BLOWOUTS. I SAY SIGN HIM CHEAP AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS,JUST DONT LET HIM SIT THE WHOLE GAME ON THE BENCH,THIS GUY HAS LEGS AND THEY SHOULD USE THEM AS MUCH AS THEY CAN.

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  10. BB likes athletic FOOTBALL players. Tebow fits the profile. At Florida he completed passes to Arron Hernandez(81)all day. Two championships, one Heisman, eliminated the Steelers in playoffs, he's tough. Look at some other players on the team and tell me there's not a roster spot for a guy with his ability. Use him.

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  11. I would like some team to give Tim a real chance. After leaving the Bronco's no one ever did. As much heat as he took, he always took the high ground. He is serious about his playing and works harder than most I have ever seen. I think it would be a great opportunity for any team to pick him up and really see what he can do. What was the Jet's plan? Did not appear they had one - a wasted season for everyone, including the team. BB knows what to do with talent and could take Tim to the next level. That could pay off big for the Patriots. Whoever picks him up, give him a chance. Otherwise, we will never know what he is really capable of. I think he could be a diamond in the rough.

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  12. Wait,......Tebow can play defense??? Since when??? I haven't seen him play defense or special teams with any kind of positive results. Where the hell did that come from??

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  13. As a life long Pat's fan I can see where it would be a good fit. If and only if he has truly learned to throw the ball. While his Wild Cat talents could be used for trick plays New England is a passing team, period. Oh and he has to leave his bible at home. Everyone has their beliefs and I'm fine with that. Just don't hit me over the head with them everytime you get the chance.

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  14. I think Tebow would be a very good QB givin a chance.Ithink he would be a great fit in Green Bay,if Rogers ever goes down we would have a guy that could step up and win.Hey TED THOMPSON what do you think,if you'r worried about the media frenzy think back about when you got rid of Brett.Now that was DRAMA!!!

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  15. not gb we have other proven qbs

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