Tim Tebow’s New Book Shaken Deals With Sadness Over Broncos Exit and More

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    • ck says:

      Thanks David for the link and can never view enough of TEBOWTIME!!!

    • ck says:

      And I quote: “…the greatest run the Gator’s ever experienced”—“TEBOW TIME”!!

      • David says:

        That was some great football. Tim scored 88 passing and 57 rushing TDs in college and scored 19 passing and 13 rushing in the NFL. The ratio of passing to rushing is about the same. Tebow Time came to the NFL and they couldn’t wait to get him off the stage. If he goes unsigned this year, the people that love him and football need to walk away from the politically corrupt NFL and vote with their wallets.

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  1. Sage says:

    Tebow had a rightful claim to a career with the Broncos, and would have eclipsed John Elway fully.

  2. David says:

    Tim posed for a picture with everybody at this event. See the gallery. He’s looking slender and fit and he can still beat (insert your team here).

  3. David says:

    This article has some comments from Virgil Green who has been a tight end in Denver since 2011. He has seen every QB play from Orton to Osweiler.
    Acording to the article, only 4 players are still on the team from 2011. Demaryius Thomas, Chris Harris Jr., Von Miller and Virgil Green.

    • Sage says:

      Interesting link. I had no idea Virgil Green was still with the Broncos. He has certainly seen a lot.

      “We’re all trying to do the same things.” Yep. This is why the league is stagnent and uncompetitive.

      A top running game with Tebow, plus a simplified passing game for a young QB. They didn’t need Manning to win a Super Bowl. Would have won faster with Tebow, IMO.

  4. Danny says:

    TEBOWTIME – undeniable, no matter how the NFL and the fans try to dismiss it

    perhaps as legendary and iconic as moments from Babe Ruth, the 1969 Mets, Arnold Palmer, 1999 Rams… there’s more to the list, but I guarantee it is a very short list.

    Just the fact Tebow is still being talked about illustrates how special the moment was.

  5. Danny says:

    Switching topics a bit to something that has been talked about quite a bit here at TZ, the incestuous relationship between E$PN and the NFL, this time with liberals in Congress thrown into the mix.


    The comment section is absolutely hilarious! No Tebow discussion, but from a Tebow perspective you can certainly see that we are making the same arguments here.

    • ck says:

      It is ironic at that…HMMMM! Guess they are going to self implode at some point!:D

    • Brandi says:

      Of all the things to get political on. I’ve watched this Country sleepwalk through the 21st century and sink into a pit of political finger-pointing while Countries like Bangladesh have gone from the World’s total basket case to a “Coming Economic SuperPower”.

      Heck, I’ve watched this and other Groups do the exact same thing. Meanwhile nearly all the kneejerk hate thrown at Tim has come since his earliest days in College based almost entirely on an assumption by others that his Fans are primarily politically-motivated individuals of a specific brand.

      Have I wasted these last years telling them they’re wrong?

      • David says:

        I’m encouraged that so many people recognize PC for what it is. Political correctness is censorship used to silence anyone that stands for morality. Donald Trump came out in favor of deporting illegals and exposed the fact that the PC crowd are weak anarchists. He faced them down on one of their sacred cow issues and they fell to pieces.

        • ck says:

          David: He might not be perfect, but he is better than what is out there now or the “NUT” taking up space trying to act presidential, lol!

      • Danny says:

        David: That’s it exactly in a nutshell, the light of truth on the PC culture is shining bright now. People are certainly noticing now that didn’t before.

        Certainly Trump has exposed a LOT of things we’ve felt in our bones that something was terribly wrong and now we’re all seeing it.

        Genesis 50:20 says “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.”

        I really believe that in my own life and in Tim’s. I believe right now the NFL needs Tim far more than Tim needs the NFL.

  6. andrea says:

    I have no respect for Peyton Manning – period. The only reason he shoved Tebow out of Denver was that Tebow took a lousy team and took them to the playoffs. If Denver was a 3 -13 team no way would have Peyton Manning signed with the Broncos.

    I hope Tebow’s book takes no prisoners and tells it like it is.

  7. KingSolomon says:

    I just wish someone would sign him. It is now almost too late.

    • ck says:

      Never say never…

    • David says:

      I looked at the rosters on http://www.rotoworld.com/teams/depth-charts/nfl.aspx and the teams are full of no-name quarterbacks. Even Weeden and Cassels are sitting at number 2 in Houston and Tenn after going 1-11 in Dallas last year.
      Mallett is the backup in Baltimore. How much proof do they need that these guys can’t win games? Just keep doing the same thing and expect different results.
      There might be a need in New England for a backup to Garoppolo if Brady’s suspension isn’t stayed. They don’t seem to have any faith in Brissett. We’ll see.

  8. Sage says:

    They are squaking because the NFL tried to apply improper influence in concussion studies.

    Good. Shut the NFL down and let the clowns at ESPN talk about badminton, getting back to their roots.

  9. Sage says:

    Just read this in a review of a book called “Top Dog,” co-written by Po Bronson – totally made me think of Tebow. I’m not sure it’s biological with him, but he handles stress differently from the rest. I doubt there’s another athlete in all of football that can match him for performance when the stakes are highest.

    “Genetic make up plays a huge role on how we handle stress. Our behavior is ruled by the catechol-o-methyltransferase (COMT) enzymes. The COMT enzymes reduce excess dopamine level, a neurotransmitter that fuels the brain reward center. Some people have fast acting COMT enzymes that reduce excess dopamine quickly. This allows them to handle stress well and even to need stress to perform at their best. In regular conditions, they may be unmotivated. Others have slow acting COMT enzymes that take longer to reduce excess dopamine. They get overwhelmed and don’t perform well under stress. But, they may be more focused under normal conditions. And, some people have a balance of the two speeds of COMT enzymes behaving somewhat in between the two described profiles. Pro Bronson shares an excellent table on pg. 71 that outlines the behavioral differences between the fast COMT individuals (Warriors) and the slow COMT ones (Worriers). The Warriors have sub-optimal dopamine levels under normal conditions (bored easily), but optimal ones during stress (perform well under stress).”

  10. David says:

    Tim Tebow says that he has no bitterness over how his time in Denver ended. This is the kind of positive message that will probably be in his book.

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