Happy birthday, Tim Tebow! Celebrate with Tebow’s 10 greatest hits

Everyone’s favorite backup to the backup quarterback turns 26 today.

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12 Responses to “Happy birthday, Tim Tebow! Celebrate with Tebow’s 10 greatest hits”

  1. tawk2 says:

    Happy Birthday Tim Tebow!!!

  2. Sage says:

    Happy Birthday. Get this man on the field, stat.

    • David Oliver says:

      News on Tim’s Roster Status Prediction: ->

      By NESN:COM, Doug Kyed – on Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 12:16PM

      Kenbrell Thompkins’ Emergence, Tim Tebow’s Improvement Among Top 10 Takeaways From Patriots Training Camp by Doug Kyed on Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 12:16PM

      Here’s what we saw in those three weeks of training camp:

      1. Patriots found two undrafted gems: Kenbrell Thompkins and Zach Sudfeld started to stand out in the spring during OTAs and minicamp, but they proved how consistently good they can be during the summer. Thompkins has only had one bad practice, which came in the first week of camp during the team’s session under the stars at Gillette Stadium. Thompkins proved it wasn’t the time of day or bigger setting that made him have a case of the dropsies, as he impressed in last week’s preseason game against the Eagles. Thompkins can seemingly do it all. He flies by defensive backs on go routes, he can stop on a dime after the catch and his route running is second only to Danny Amendola on the Patriots’ roster. Sudfeld has been nearly as impressive, gathering more and more reps with the first team (though, Belichick says there is no such thing) as the summer has progressed. Sudfeld’s speed and quickness sets him apart from the rest of the Patriots’ tight ends. He still needs to prove himself as a blocker, but since he’s been setting up in Hernandez’s old “flex” spot, that isn’t as important as his receiving skills.

      2. Tim Tebow is improving: Let’s just get this out of the way now. Tebow was really bad when training camp first started up. There were some chuckles in the media tent over his inability to get rid of the ball on time, look off his first target or even deliver a ball in the general vicinity of his intended receiver. But Tebow showed some real improvement by the time Wednesday’s practice had finished. His favorite target is Quentin Sims, and sometimes Tebow still has trouble looking past the 6-foot-3 receiver, but the third-stringer was delivering the ball with some zip and accuracy as he got the second team moving. Tebow is still no Brady, nor is he Ryan Mallett, but if he continues to improve, he could just yet find a spot on the 53-man roster.

      Read more at: http://nesn.com/2013/08/kenbrell-thompkins-emergence-tim-tebows-improvement-among-top-10-takeaways-from-patriots-training-camp/

    • David Oliver says:

      tawk2 – Thanks for the “Neat Post” – Yes, there are
      some fair evaluative posts out there now.. on TIM !

      • tawk2 says:

        Thanks David I read this just a little while ago. It nice to know that some at training camp can be totally honest about Tim. Some I fear are already biased and never report the good things too.

        I cannot wait until Friday night I have a feeling Tim will do awesome!

  3. Sage says:

    Here’s a great link provided by Brandi on Twitter.

    http://scottgk.wordpress.com/2013/08/12/ode-to-tim-tebow/

    • tawk2 says:

      Thanks sage for posting and thank you Brandi for finding. What a great article, that states true facts. Although the haters and naysayers always try to twist the facts to their benefit. Thanks again for posting.

      Did you see the birthday cake with Tim it actually had Tom Brady holding his injured knee on it. It seems like there should be some accountability to those who posted this fixed picture. But as usual the media gets away with bashing Tim, I think it was posted on ESPN.com.

      • tawk2 says:

        Actually picture is on fox sports, just click on sports on the msn page and it is at the top of the page.

      • Tisa says:

        That is a reflection of some people’s sick idea of humor.

        • tawk2 says:

          Yes Tisa you are right. It amazes me Geno Smith gets some back lash and criticism and everyone is feeling bad for him. But Tim keeps enduring the hateful and harsh comments, the media keeps fueling the fire. Tim never says a bad thing about another even when they are attacking him.

          So tired of all the BS when it comes to the media. Another thing Bill Bellichick took a chance on Tom Brady years ago, and look what happened there. I think people tend to forget that Brady was not considered the best at what he does either then. How soon those forget.

          Elway is another one, he did awful for several years until he learned and grew. But there again Tim does not get the same chances that others have. I just hope and pray that Bellichick is the one who will let Tim learn and grow. Because we all know Tim will give his all and will win.

          • Tisa says:

            Tawk, there are several articles out there today saying that Timmy has definitely made progress over training camp. I am very encouraged that he is where he needs to be and that he will prosper. One person to follow on Twitter is Zuri Berry. He writes for the Boston Globe and we find him to be fair in his commentary.

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