Why No One in the NFL Wants Tim Tebow (TKS Sage)

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Buzzy Says : Go to Hell Chip Kelly (To say Tim Tebow was not good enough and replace

Tim with a practice player from the Jags is Just too much for me to eat.)

Sorry Tim I am not the  GRACIOUS   person that you are.

Buzzy (J L Buzard CPO USN Retired)

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55 Responses to “Why No One in the NFL Wants Tim Tebow (TKS Sage)”

  1. PhillyFred says:

    If there were any question whether it was a football decision or not, there is no doubt now that they have Stephen Morris as their 3rd QB. Did he pick the worst QB around just to make a point?

    • ck says:

      PhillyFred: It’s obvious they like interceptions b/c this Morris guy is just like Sanchez and worse in that regard…Now, let’s see how smart Mr. Chip looks after they have the worst season going w/breaky legs–glass wheels–knees and Butt Fumble/Sancrapper and now to top it off Mr. interception 3rd stringer QB who IS NOT qualified to make the team. Well, the real fans in Philly were not giving Tebow standing ovations for nothing as they know he was and is THE REAL DEAL AND CAN WIN GAMES!!!

    • Danny says:

      Buzzy, if you had a way to permanently pin that article on the home page that would be great. This article was a pure masterpiece.
      Buzzy Says I Do

  2. ck says:

    Buzzy, thanks for posting and giving your opinion…100% accurate btw and wish I could be more like Tebow also in terms of being gracious, but that is what sets him apart as well…exceptional CLASS ACT!!! GOD BLESS TEBOW ALWAYS!!

    • David Oliver says:

      TIM TEBOW IS RIGHT ON, REGARDING NEGATIVE ATTACKS..
      AND ATTITUDES TOWARD HIMSELF.

      BUT TAKING A STAND FOR “OTHERS” IS ALSO AN IMPORTANT PRIORITY.

      IN OUR CASE TIM TEBOW IS ANOTHER “OTHER” BROTHER.. BEING PERSECUTED FOR
      HIS FAITH.. AND THUS WE AS BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHRIST, I
      BELIEVE .. CANNOT IGNORE THIS CAMPAIGN OF LIES,, BUT SHARE THE TRUTH!!

  3. ck says:

    This article speaks volumes and glad I read the whole thing…thanks Sage too!!! Finally, the truth comes out…EGO’S SABOTAGE TRUE TALENT THAT OVERSHADOWS NON-TALENT!!!

  4. Shaztah says:

    I think part of the cut was Kelly getting upset that everyone just ASSUMED that Tim made the team. He probably thought “I’ll show you”. The way he reacted after at the end of press concert after the 4th preseason game spoke volumes. I am upset that he cut Tim but I am more upset about his words afterwards. It was uncalled for and why didn’t he just say “Tim isn’t what we are looking for ” instead is beyond me. I also believe that Sanchez and Bradford had a hand in it too, I seem to remember a report that Sanchez had asked Kelly not to bring Tim in but he did anyway. Well Kelly guess what Sanchez’s suckiness is what was the downfall of Rex Ryan and the Jets and if you aren’t careful he will also be your downfall.I do hope Tim goes to the CFL and I hope their ratings beat out the NFL, now that would be funny.

  5. GoGata says:

    The only thing I can think is that Kelly wanted to keep only 2 qb’s and wanted the 3rd to be on the practice squad which Tim would not have been eligible to do. That being said, screw Kelly for bad mouthing Tebow when he clearly showed in his last game that he not only belonged but could excel when he got into a rhythm. Replacing Tebow with Stephen Morris is laughable. I hope the Eagles go through like 5 qb’s this year (none named Tebow) and have a miserable year.
    I really do hope Tim goes to the CFL. That is a legit path back to the NFL if he goes there are plays well. We already know that he would go there and win.

    • David Oliver says:

      I THINK TIM TEBOW TRIED ALL LEGIT PATHS TO A NFL QB JOB..

      I THINK THE CFL COULD TAKE THE SAME ATTITUDE AS THE NFL
      IN THE TRUE REASON FOR THE NFL BLACKBALL OF TIM TEBOW:

      THEY WANT NO PART OF ANYONE LIKE TIM WHO IS UNAFRAID TO

      BE BOLD FOR JESUS CHRIST.. THE SAME TYPE OF “POWER GROUP
      OF HATERS / CONTROLLERS AGAINST ANYBODY LIKE TIM TEBOW
      MAY BE IN CONTROL THERE.

      AND BESIDES ALL THAT.. NO MATTER IF HE WENT TO THE CFL,
      AND DID FANTASTIC, DOES NOT NECESSARY MEAN ANY OF THESE
      ELITIST / CONTROLLERS, STOOGES ARE GOING TO CHANGE THEIR
      OPINION TO DEIGN TO LET HIM PLAY NFL QB AGAIN IN THE NFL..

      • ck says:

        David O.: That is more than likely the case: AN OVER ABUNDANCE OF THE SAME OLD, SAME OLD! TEBOW DESERVES BETTER AND LOOKS LIKE THE NFL IS EATING ITS OWN; I.E., “SPYGATE TO INFLATEGATE” (GUESS RG/OWNERS ARE NOT HAPPY ABOUT THE RECENT RULING…GO FIGURE!)!!!

  6. tebow fan says:

    Tebow’s only real action in the last game against the Jets he has 117 QB rating and 8ypa rushing. No QB in the NFL had a rating that high. He is a veteran with a decent amount experience and winning too including playoffs. I cannot comprehend what people are thinking when they cut such a great playmaker. I don’t believe it’s football related. I wish Urban Meyer would come to the NFL to build a championship team with Tebow.

  7. Danny says:

    I’ve noticed the Eagles are spinning Morris hard now, trying to legitimize what he’s “capable” of. The hamsters are running on overdrive!

    From the last information I have, Morris is not on the practice squad, which means he’s on the 53 man squad. Talk about a man who won the lottery!
    Teams dress out 46 for game time so he will probably be inactive for most of them until Bradford tears his ACL again.

    Even though Tebow has toyed with the CFL option befoe I’m not so sure if he’s interested. Even if he lights it up in the CFL, the “Anyone But Tebow” crowd will say that’s where he belongs and his game doesn’t translate to the NFL. It would be an option if TT gets a fair shake in the NFL when he comes back but everyone sees what he’s up against now.

  8. tawk2 says:

    I agree with you all!

  9. TheMascotArmy says:

    Kelly is a real douche. Not for cutting him, but for what he said afterwards. His new 3rd QB is a joke. I think somebody has naked pictures of Kelly or something that made him change his mind last minute (50% joking, 50% serious).

    I hope Tim goes to the CFL, one of the networks broadcasts the games, and the games are scheduled against NFL games. Man would it be embarrassing for them to have worse ratings than a CFL game every week. Im pretty sure the ratings would be amazing.

    • Sage says:

      I’ve always been satisfied with the idea of Tebow in the CFL. It’s a perfectly good stage for his talent. My question is whether the CFL is giving the same cold sholder as the NFL.

    • ck says:

      TheMascotArmy: Kinda funny at that even at “50%” and something certainly does not make a whole lot of sense jmo!

  10. GoGata says:

    I think the criticism of Tebow is legit in that he does not go through his progressions well and doesn’t anticipate throws real well. That being said, you also know what you have with him. He takes care of the football, extends plays, is competent throwing the ball to make teams respect it, and he is a proven clutch performer in the NFL (and at every level). I honestly can wrap my mind around how this all went down especially if Stephen Morris is on the 53 man roster.

    • Sage says:

      It’s about Tim being productive and a great leader and a champion. Tebow shows there is another way to play the position of QB.

      Think about it. When the Patriots beat the Seahawks in the SB, was it because of better footwork? Better throwing motion? Progressions? No, it was a bunch of athletes clashing, and one team made a few more big plays than the other.

      Tebow is a giant disequilibrium on the football field. I want no part of a league that wants no part of him.

    • David says:

      GoGata, I have a different interpretation of what you are seeing Tebow do on the field. Tebow has half the interceptions that other QBS have. The reason is that he goes through his progressions and makes good decisions. He doesn’t throw it into coverage and will run the ball when necessary for positive yardage. The other point is that Tebow averaged 15.3 yards per completion in his first 16 games and in the game against the Jets he averaged 17.2 yards per completion and 11.1 yards per attempt with a 64.7% completion percentage and went 11 of 17. That was even more impressive because there were 3 dropped passes and 2 throwwaways. Tebow is patient and fearless in the pocket and lets his long routes develop. Most of the other QBs are Checkdown Charlies and average about 10-12 yards per completion. That means they are throwing 4-6 yards in the air and the receiver takes 2 steps and is tackled. They still throw a lot more interceptions than Tebow because they are throwing into traffic with defenders in front of and behind the receiver. Tebow throws the longest passes in the NFL and scores more often with fewer interceptions.
      Throwing short passes gives you a great completion percentage, but throwing long passes scores more often with fewer interceptions as clearly illustrated below.
      Tebow threw 19 TDs in 374 attempts with 47.3% 9 ints averaging a TD every 19.6 attempts 15.3 yards per completion scoring every 9.3 completions
      Bradford threw 18 TDs in 590 attempts with 60% 15 ints averaging a TD every 32.77 attempts 9.92 yards per completion scoring every 19.66 completions.
      Tebow scored more TDs in 216 fewer pass attempts with fewer interceptions because he throws the ball 35% farther and scored 115% more often per completion. What was Tebow doing with the extra 216 plays? He ran for 15 scores and 937 yards in 175 carries. DeMarco Murray led the league in 2014 with 13 rushing scores in 392 carries. Tebow scored more times than the best running back in the NFL with less than half the carries. Now Philly has both of them. Tebow scored more than both of them combined with 433 fewer plays. Tebow was twice as good as Bradford at scoring with the pass before he went to train with Tom House.
      You will see Bradford throw a lot of short stuff, the defenses will stuff the run and let Bradford throw between the 20’s all day and the Eagles will lose a lot of games. IF he gets hurt, Sanchez will come in and get his usual 26 turnovers a season and the Eagles will lose more games. After that, Kelly has no where to turn. It’s over.
      in the Jets game, you just saw Tebow play with the 2nd and 3rd string for the first time and throw over 17 yards per completion and 11 yards per attempt with a 64.7% completion percentage and score twice in 17 attempts. He was moving the ball down the field in large gains passing. Kelly is willing to throw this away.
      When Bradford and Sanchez were with the 1st string, the running game was moving the ball and they threw a lot of lateral passes to the running backs. Defenses will stop those plays in real games or jump them for a pick 6.
      Kelly cut the highest scoring player on the team for an unknown practice squad player which is why he isn’t good enough to coach the Eagles.

      • David Oliver says:

        David..

        There you go.. confusing Kelly and his ilk with the TRUTH!

      • ck says:

        David: It like you said and THE TRUTH! Thanks for setting the record straight too! Guess they have a hard time comprehending in the NFL unless it is up to their specs which are STC (subject to change)!!!

      • GoGata says:

        David- I hear what you are saying, but I’ve seen every Tebow snap in the NFL and I disagree with you. He does not anticipate throws well and typically does not “throw guys open”. What he does is throw to guys that are already open which is why he holds the ball longer than most qbs. The great passers throw guys open and anticipate throws. Tebow will never be that guy. But, he can throw the ball, has a strong arm and has always thrown a nice deep ball. Again, it just brings me back to my same point: Tebow is a winning QB, but the way he plays the position doesn’t “look” like people want it to look so the easiest thing is just to dismiss it.
        I hope he goes to Canada to try and play his way back into the NFL. I mean, he’s got the SEC network job waiting for him whenever, go play football while you can. You spent all that time and effort working on the throwing motion which is noticeably tighter, quicker, and accuracy is improved so go play QB.

  11. GoGata says:

    Sage – I don’t disagree at all. Just saying I can see why some people don’t think he is an NFL qb. He doesn’t “look” the way most people want to expect it to look. But what we know and has been proven, is that when given the opportunity, Tebow is a winner and a great leader. An offense would have to be tweaked to his skill set but not to the extent that most people think. Just kills me that bum QB’s like Ryan Fitzpatrick are starting bc they fit the mold of what people think a qb should be. So many proven LOSERS at QB in the NFL that still have jobs.

    • Sage says:

      Right. And it blows my mind that everyone in the NFL and media prefers a beauty contest to results. They don’t admit it, but this is exactly what they’re showing me.

      Conformity is literally more important in the NFL than success. It’s probably this way in many other fields as well.

  12. lex says:

    i wonder how long it will be before we get some kind ‘news’ on tim’s next move?

    skip bayless said on his twitter account the other day that tim should go to the cfl with ‘competitive fury’. he said that he would watch him, for sure.

  13. bubbaelvis says:

    I am still in total disbelief. It is like we are not suppose to believe our eyes-Tebow looked good versus the Jets. Something changed in the last week or so. You could hear it in Kelley’s tone and answers to questions. When he said they had not made up their minds on the QB competition I thought it was a bad sign and rightly so. When Tim said something about character being more important then competition I thought that was a bit odd. Maybe things were going on with the other QB’s that Tim didn’t want to get involved in. Who knows. Who am I to say I know better then Chip Kelley on who should make the team. It may just be a matter of Tim’s age and he wanted a young guy to develop. I know that in the majority of cases if you get down to the third QB you are done. So, what would be the downside to keeping Tim? He has proven he can win and against the Jets he can move the ball and score. He might have been the only 3rd string QB out there that could actually win games. Anyways, this will always be a mystery to me because Chip’s dismissive he wasn’t good enough doesn’t hold water. CFL would be a blast. It is actually fun to watch. It is probably his only option.

    • Sage says:

      Agreed, something was much different after the 4th game than the days and weeks prior. The best explanation I can think of is that Chip became exasperated with the public and media attention on Tim. Yet the timing seems weird. After all, Kelly did tell people that the 4th game would be important for evaluation.

      You point to the character remark, which is interesting. When I saw the remark, I assumed Tim simply meant that he would try to maintain good relations with competitors because character is important. However, I agree with you that using the word “character” was not necessary to make that point. Possibly there really was something going on that week. The timing of the character remark and Kelly’s change of attitude coincides.

    • LuitLipton says:

      That’s because he isn’t a 3rd stringer Bubba! He’s a 1st string franchise HOFer. Everyone knows it but no one wants to admit it because he does play the game differently. He also donated most of his pay/endorsements to his charity so the NFL can’t take a cut. He also boldly quotes scripture with conviction which in our culture is completely taboo. I know for a fact that Elway is a Freemason and in the “fraternity” THEY KNOW Tebow would blow all their records out of the water. He’s a scoring beast!

    • Sage says:

      Thanks, lex.

      I don’t understand why Tim would resist Canada. The Grey Cup would be a fine feather in his cap. So much better to play than not play.

      Sure, he shouldn’t have to. But being inactive is not going to help him develop. It’s a pity that we’ve wased 4 years of his youthful prime. His power and speed were completely unique, but at 30 years or older, he’ll need to rely on other assets. Sharpen them. Win friends in Candada.

      Heck, I wish he’d gone to Russia as a football ambassador. Done properly, it could have been beautiful.

      As it is, too many media meatheads are able to dismiss Tim’s career as if it were just a matter of QB technique. In reality, it’s about a lot more than that.

      • David says:

        The Tim Tebow World Tour-Football Ambassador I like it.
        The Canada thing scares me because the NFL suggested it. They could be setting him up for failure there so they can say “SEE, he can’t even play in Canada” after they refuse to let him start or play. I smell a setup because it came from lying Chip Kelly.

  14. Tisa says:

    It’s my understanding that the CFL does not want Tim. Some have said his game will not transfer well. Same old thing.

    • Larry says:

      The Montreal Alouettes, who still have Tebow’s draft rights, are still interested in him. Earlier this year, Jim Popp, MA’s VP, said in an interview he was still calling Tim’s agent every week.

      “Popp was perhaps even closer to signing Tebow, the former Florida star and Heisman Trophy winner whose NFL career had stalled after leading the Denver Broncos to the playoffs in 2011. Last August he met with Tebow at an undisclosed location in the US with the intention of bringing him to the Alouettes. He said Tebow had packed his bags for Montreal and brought the luggage with him, which Popp took as a sign Tebow would come to Montreal.”

      http://www.theguardian.com/sport/2015/jun/25/montreal-alouettes-michael-sam-jim-popp-interview

      • Sage says:

        Interesting. Thanks, Larry.

        I’ve never been clear that the CFL had any interest in Tim. If they do, I whole-heartedly hope that Tim will pursue that.

  15. Danny says:

    There’s a beat writer on Twitter that follows Montreal. He mentioned that there were no indications about Tim’s interest in the CFL. He just tweeted that randomly so not sure if he was just trying to gauge sentiment.

  16. Bigfan says:

    Caught a bit of Dan Patrick”s Show today and he indicated he had heard the SEC return is in the works???

  17. Andrea says:

    I agree with everything Buzzy wrote.

    Looks like year number 3 of the NFL. Tired of all the thugs, criminals and cheaters (Yes I mean you Tom Brady).

  18. lex says:

    I do not know when the CFL season ends, but if tebow does the SEC show, then that is another period of time when he is not doing ‘reps’.

    time will tell. news soon, maybe.

  19. lex says:

    thanks, danny. so, i guess next year with the cfl would be the most likely?

  20. Pamelot says:

    Ditto to all. Disappointing! Another year, another t-shirt.
    Kelly led everyone to believe that he thought Tim was great. Maybe he was told he couldn’t keep him. Who knows?

  21. lex says:

    montreal has first option on tim, correct?

    pamelot- wouldn’t you love to know what really happened in those final discussions re tim’s future with the eagles? i would. we may never know.

  22. David says:

    One day insiders will spill the beans on the conspiracy against Tebow and name names. If they have time before the Lord returns and reveals all secret things.

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