Tim Tebow says he is better QB now than he ever has been

Tim Tebow has said it before and he has said it again: He is a better quarterback now than he ever has been.

Tebow told USA Today that he still works out six days a week and that he throws four days a week. He was asked if he’s a better quarterback now than he was a year ago. “By far,” he said.

He said basically the same thing in June and in December.

But instead of preparing for the season in an NFL training camp, Tebow is preparing for Thursday’s launch of the ESPN-owned SEC Network, for whom he works as an analyst.

“I don’t know what the future holds,” Tebow told USA Today. “You never know. I know that I’m super happy doing this. I know I love training, I love playing ball, but this is a great opportunity.”

He said he is taking advantage of what he calls the “blessing” of being able to work in television.

“It’s important to me to as an analyst to really study and prepare, just like a player, and really know what I’m talking about,” Tebow said. “The viewers deserve that, ESPN deserves that, the SEC Network deserves that, and I feel like that’s just how I carry myself. I want to do a good job.

“Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might. I’m a believer in that. I want to be the best at this that I can be.”

Tebow said he took the SEC Network offer after some discussions with Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, who coached Tebow at Florida. Tebow told USA Today that Meyer, who spent the 2011 season as an ESPN analyst, talked about the positives of television, including being able to stay around the game.

“Obviously, we both love the game,” Tebow said. “You always want to be a part of it.”

Despite quarterback issues and 90 roster spots, Tebow gets no interest

Posted by Mike Florio on August 11, 2014, 8:54 AM EDT
Tebow APCurrently, NFL teams can have up to 90 players on the roster.  That’s 2,880 possible jobs.

And Tim Tebow continues to not have one of them.

Last week, Tebow talked about his new gig at ESPN’s SEC Network, making it clear that he hasn’t given up on returning to the NFL.  In the Associated Press story regarding Tebow’s unrequited love for the NFL, Panthers coach Ron Rivera supported the idea of Tebow getting a chance to return to the game.

“I’m a big fan of his and he knows it,” Rivera said.  “He has always given me fits when I’ve had to coach against him.  He’s a playmaker and he plays a different kind of football.  All the guy has ever done is win. . . .  He’s one of those guys if you were struggling at quarterback, hey, why wouldn’t you give him a shot?”

Of course, the Panthers were struggling at quarterback in the offseason, with Cam Newton having ankle surgery.  And the Panthers signed not Tebow but receiver-turned-quarterback-turned-receiver-turned-quarterback Joe Webb.

No one has signed Tebow.  In nearly a year since he was released by the Patriots, not one has shown any real interest in the man who took the Broncos to the playoffs and delivered  an on-target throw in overtime against the Steelers, allowing receiver Demaryius Thomas to sprint to the end zone for the winning score.

Apart from the distraction that comes from having Tebow on the team, with the media attention and the Tebowmaniacs clamoring for him to have a chance to play, Tebow historically hasn’t been a very good practice player.  Which is putting it kindly.

He’s bad in practice.  Bad enough at Florida, as the story goes, that the coaching staff would fret about the team’s ability to win on Saturday — until Saturday came and Tebow transformed into a guy who could get it done.  Bad enough at Denver that, as a rookie, there was talk he’d move to receiver.  Bad enough in 2011 that, before he was bumped ahead of No. 2 quarterback Brady Quinn and given the starting job, Tebow had fallen to No. 4 on the depth chart.  Bad enough in New York that former offensive coordinator Tony Sparano didn’t want to put him on the field in game situations.  And presumably bad enough in New England that the man who drafted Tebow in Denver, offensive coordinator Josh McDaneils, couldn’t persuade Bill Belichick to keep Tebow around.

And now he’s so bad that the Dolphins, who need camp arms given the injury to backup Matt Moore, have shown no interest in even giving Tebow a workout, opting instead to kick tires on Rex Grossman and other unnamed (for now) options to join a depth chart that includes Pat Devlin and Seth Lobato.

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald makes the argument that Tebow should get a chance.  And for good reason.  Tebowmania officially arrived at the NFL level in 2011 at Sun Life Stadium, with Tebow bringing the Broncos back from a 15-0 late-fourth-quarter deficit in a hokey University of Florida national championship reunion game.

While still fewer than three years ago, Tebowmania is dead.  It can come back only if he gets a chance to get on the field.  Before he can get on the field, he needs to get on a roster.  And if that doesn’t happen now, when the rosters are at the largest, it perhaps never will.

Kickin’ it with Kiz: Even Tim Tebow is a better QB than Broncos’ Brock Osweiler


By Mark Kiszla
The Denver Post

Posted:   08/10/2014 12:01:00 AM MDT4 Comments


Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler scrambles out of the pocket during the second quarter Thursday night against the Seattle Seahawks in a preseason game at

Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler scrambles out of the pocket during the second quarter Thursday night against the Seattle Seahawks in a preseason game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. (Kent Nishimura, The Denver Post)

Tim or Brock? Is Tim Tebow a better NFL quarterback than Broncos backup Brock Osweiler?

Kyle, Boulder

Kiz: Tebow had the “it” factor but ridiculously limited technical skills as a quarterback. Osweiler can throw the football but seems to have little or no instincts for the game. We at Kickin’ It Headquarters were never big fans of Tebow, but we do appreciate the fact that Tebow won an NFL playoff game before his 25th birthday. It would be a shocker if the 23-year-old Osweiler ever wins an NFL playoff game. As much as it would pain Broncos executive John Elway to admit it, Tebow is a better NFL quarterback than Osweiler.

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Tim Tebow’s Agent Has Reportedly Received Calls From Some NFL Teams, But Still No Agreement is In the Offing

By Rachelle Corpuz | August 8, 2014 8:41 AM EST

Former National Football Quarterback (NFL) Tim Tebow’s agent has reportedly received some calls on behalf of him from ‘interested’ NFL teams. However, dark clouds still rolls over the horizon for Tebow’s NFL dream because it has also been revealed that no deal or agreement is happening in the near future.

Former NFL player Tim Tebow arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood, California March 2, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok


Speaking to The Associated Press, Tebow revealed that his agent has “fielded” a few calls from some NFL teams, but he refused to name which teams have taken their interest in him and added that no deal is yet imminent for the free agent.

Even Tebow can’t quite fathom why no NFL teams have given him another opportunity to play in the league. Nonetheless, he said that he doesn’t hold any resentment and keeps on believing that what is meant to be will always find its way.

Tebow may have not landed back on the NFL roster yet, but he has his analyst job to keep himself busy while still pursuing and training for his potential NFL comeback. He said that he loves his current job and wants to be able to do it for a long time.

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Let’s talk about computer hackers

A hacker is a men who is searching for weaknesses in computer system and then use them for some cause. The cause is sometimes good, sometimes bad, and sometimes in between. Anyhow, this little article is about computer hackers. Who are they, what do they do, and why do they do it.


When speaking in general, hackers can be divided into three different categories:
1.Black Hat hackers
2.Grey Hat hackers and
3.White Hat hackers


The main difference between these categories of hackers is in their ethic and moral point of view regarding the subject of hacking.

White hat hackers are people who try to find flaws and holes in computer security and use that information in a “good way”. If they find some flaw in security that would allow someone to hack a computer system, they would let the owner know that, and they would sometimes help in fixing the issue.
Facebook is offering a money reward to anyone who finds a flaw or a hole in their security system.
White hat hackers don’t break security for malicious reasons. They are also known as: “ethical hackers”.

Black hat hackers, on the other side, are breaking computer security for some form of malicious reasons. The most often reason is money gain. But some do it just to harm people or businesses, sometimes just for the fun of it.
What they do is a serious crime and they are criminals and, if caught by law, are facing trials and looking at money charges or even years in jail.

Grey hat hackers, as you can probably assume, are guys who are both white and black hackers. Somewhere in between. They use their knowledge in a mixed manner of sometimes doing god and sometimes bad.
There is a popular claim that a hacker is either a grey or a black hat. Meaning that white hat hackers are not really telling the whole truth about themselves and their work.

There is also a category of blue hat hackers. What these guys do is test the security of a system prior to its launch. Dig trough, look for mistakes and bugs. Fun job if you ask me.
They are not that popular so I just kinda left them out of my list.

What all of these men have in common are enormous amounts of knowledge. Things the know and do are very complex and hard to achieve. It takes literary years of learning and practice to become a true hacker. And that is why in a lot of cases they end up working highly paid jobs for IT companies, jobs mainly concentrating on security. Even convicted black hat hackers. It is kinda ironic. That would be like someone gets a job as a bank guard right after robbing a bank.
As I said knowledge and skills they posses are not that easy to come around so they don’t have any problem pursuing a carrier in IT, even after jail time. You want to work for facebook or google? Become a hacker.

Tebow embracing analyst job while waiting on NFL


Tim Tebow answers a question during a interview on the set of ESPN’s new SEC Network in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014. Tebow has a new job as a commentator for the SEC Network, but is still looking for work in the NFL as a quarterback. (Chuck Burton/Associated Press)

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Tim Tebow still wants — and trains for — another NFL opportunity.

Still, while the 26-year-old free agent quarterback waits for another chance to play professional football, he isn’t about to let a potential dream job pass him by.


Tebow is embracing his latest passion: working as a football analyst for ESPN’s new SEC Network, which debuts Aug. 14.

“I love doing this,” an enthusiastic Tebow told The Associated Press on Wednesday. “I want to do this for a long time. I love talking football and I love being around it.”


The only thing he doesn’t like is “having to wear this” suit, Tebow said, laughing and tugging at his gray jacket coat. “I’d rather be in shorts.”

Or pads.

Tebow said his agent has fielded some calls from interested NFL teams — he declined to name which teams — but added no deal is imminent.

Most NFL teams are two weeks into training camp, so Tebow knows he’s missing valuable time.

Over the past several months he’s been trying to balance learning his new job and staying in peak physical condition in case that call comes. He works out five to six times per week in Los Angeles, Arizona or Florida depending on his busy travel schedule.

“I’m kind of a vagabond these days,” he said.


Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera said it surprises him Tebow hasn’t landed on an NFL roster since the New England Patriots cut him Aug. 31, 2013.


“I’m a big fan of his and he knows it. He has always given me fits when I’ve had to coach against him,” Rivera said of Tebow, who is 8-6 as an NFL starter. “He’s a playmaker and he plays a different kind of football. All the guy has ever done is win. … He’s one of those guys if you were struggling at quarterback, hey, why wouldn’t you give him a shot?”

But the Panthers — and 31 others teams — haven’t given Tebow a shot.

Tebow said he’s not exactly sure why.

But his new bosses at ESPN know if that call from the NFL does come, he’ll likely need to leave without much notice. Justin Connolly, ESPN’s senior vice president in charge of programming for college networks, said that’s fine with him.

Connolly pointed out that Tebow did well as analyst during the national championship game and that when the network hired Tebow — who has more than 2.5 million Twitter followers — it saw unprecedented social activity.

“We want to be fair to Tim in terms of things that are important to him, but at the same time we want him as a part of this network,” Connolly said. “If something happens, he has a place to come back to.”

Tebow doesn’t hide his desire to play in the NFL, but also seems resigned to the idea there is life after playing quarterback — and maybe it’s not so bad.

Tebow will serve as a football analyst for “SEC Nation,” traveling to a weekly SEC game in advance to break down film and give insight into key story lines.

Outside of playing in the NFL, he said it’s pretty close to being his dream job.

“The thing is, I would do this anyway at home because I love it,” Tebow said. “I would be watching every football game anyways and talking to the TV set. It’s my nature. It’s what my family and I have done since I was 6 years old.”

Tebow was in Charlotte to film a segment for the first show, which will be broadcast to 90 million homes across the United States.

He hopes to bring a unique insight given his SEC experience playing at Florida.

“I’m excited to talk about Xs and Os and really giving the viewers an opportunity to see what it is like as a quarterback making decisions, going through the reads and coverages,” Tebow said. “Hopefully they can get a feel for learning offenses.”

He said the job also keeps him in the national spotlight, which not only helps in his search for an NFL team but helps with his Tebow Foundation.

Tebow doesn’t hold any grudges.

He’s not angry that NFL teams haven’t called. He said he feels like if it’s meant to be, it’s meant to be.

But there is a possibility that this is it for one of college football’s greatest players.

“I don’t like to talk hypotheticals,” Tebow said with a smile. “I deal with the real life situations. I treat every day as a blessing. And it’s a blessing to be here doing what I’m doing.”

Tebow Comeback? Which NFL Team Should Take a Shot?( Buzzy Says Look Out MR Caldwell)


Tim Tebow is getting ready for another attempt to play in the NFL. The lightning rod for criticism will once again try to prove that he is indeed an NFL player as he continues to workout in hopes of a call from an NFL franchise. The 26-year-old still remains adamant that he will play quarterback and refuses to change positions. There is no question that the circus that follows Tebow wherever he seemingly travels will make it difficult for a team to give Tebow a chance. It’s hard to win with distractions in the NFL and like it or not Tim Tebow is a major distraction. However, there is one NFL team that should seriously consider bringing in Tebowmania.

After surveying the NFL landscape I found one landing spot that would be a great match for both Tebow and the team. No, it’s not Jacksonville but they are in the same division. What about the Houston Texans?video-working-out-with-tim-tebow-vert

Not buying it huh? Let me explain. Houston has a major problem at quarterback. This year the Texans will go into the season with Ryan Fitzpatrick, Case Keenum, and rookie Tom Savage. And people wonder why Andre Johnson is upset with the Texans collection of quarterbacks.

The problem is that Savage and Keenum are both still very raw prospects who need another year or two to develop. They both have great upside and I really like their potential, but exposing them too soon could break their confidence heading forward. Fitzpatrick is a decent game manager, but that is about it. With a talented defense that could be a top unit in the NFL, a great rushing attack, and the weakest division in the NFL the Texans shouldn’t settle for an average signal caller like Fitzpatrick.

Instead they should go for broke and bring in Tebow. Fitzpatrick is already there to provide a solid backup plan in case the Tebow experiment fails. However, with his effect on the running game and ability to throw the ball deep Tebow would be a nice fit in the Texans offense. Tebow’s affect running the read option will help open holes for running back Arian Foster and allow Foster to have a big season.

Not only will his presence help the running game, but also with the speed the Texans receivers have Tebow only needs to hit a few deep throw a game to have success in Houston. With the weak conference they play in, Tebow could make the Texans a playoff team. We’ve seen this in Denver with a less talented defensive team and a running back that was not the same caliber as Arian Foster. With a better supporting cast and a ferocious drive to succeed Tim Tebow could be a successful quarterback with the Texans.

Granted, it would not be as a normal quarterback. Rather than using short throws to set up the deep ball, Tebow can use his legs and his supporting running game to set up the deep throws which he has greater success with. Would there be throws that will make any NFL fan cringe, yes, but Tebow could be the piece that gets Houston into the postseason.

How you ask? Despite his flaws there is one thing that Tebow is great at throughout his high school, college and professional career. Winning.

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Former NFL playoff game winning Quarterback Tim Tebow is patiently waiting for another opportunity that might never come. In the meantime he somehow has managed to remain relevant amongst his fans. Check out Tim giving a few big fans the pic of a lifetime at the airport. At what point does he ditch his NFL dreams and get into politics.-TO


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