Tim Tebow: I’m Still Training for the NFL

 

11 Jul 2014 03:06 PM EST

Tim Tebow refuses to let his NFL dream die, telling TMZ Sports he’s back in LA to continue his training whether he’s on a team or not. The 26-year-old hasn’t played a single down since 2012 during a failed experiment with the New York Jets. Over the past year, he’s been working out all over Los Angeles, mostly focusing on his throwing motion. And last night, while heading into Boa Steakhouse Tebow made it seem like he’s still determined to make his NFL return even if the odds are stacked against him.

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Don’t Pine For The Past, Enjoy the Present Greatness ( Buzzy Says : You are not going to like this)

by Erick Trickel

  • Somewhat recently, the Denver Broncos had one of the most exciting seasons in NFL history, full of ups and downs and miracle wins. The team didn’t have the most talent in the NFL. But that team had something that many players don’t, heart and a desire to put up a W instead of personal gain.

 

By now you may have guessed I am talking about the 2011 Denver Broncos. Everyone knows all about the team. They were led by one Tim Tebow. Who, while he wasn’t the best quarterback, was a baller. His drive, heart and desire were second-to-none, despite all that, he had one major flaw. He wasn’t an NFL QB.

 Yes, he led a comeback in multiple games. But when you look at what the other components of the team did in those games, you have the proof that football is a team sport.

 In Tebow’s first game starting in 2011, he managed to lead a 15 point comeback to tie the game. However, the Broncos defense kept the score somewhat reasonable, allowing the Miami Dolphins to score only 15 points. Then later, in overtime, the defense stepped up, forced a fumble and four plays later Broncos kicker Matt Prater nails a field goal giving the Broncos the victory.

 Every game looks similar to that. Tebow played his part, but without the defense keeping the score low or Prater being clutch, a lot of those victories would have been losses. When the defense allowed more than 20 points, the Broncos were 2-3 while Tebow was leading the team. One of those wins, against the Minnesota Vikings, saw the offense bailed out by a big time play at a key moment by the defense with an André Goodman interception, shortly followed by a Matt Prater game winning field goal. The other victory came against the Oakland Raiders, who were a big mess from top to bottom at the time.

 

In the final three games of the season, the Broncos lost all three, 41-23, 40-14, 7-3. That’s right, even when the defense managed to keep the Kansas City Chiefs, led by former Broncos QB Kyle Orton, to 7 points, Tebow could not lead the team to put up more than 3. During the three-game losing streak, Tebow managed to put up only one touchdown through the air, while tossing three interceptions. He actually managed to throw the same amount of touchdowns to the other team, as he did his own team!

 

Despite those three loses, the Broncos still managed to win their division and make the playoffs. In wild card weekend the Broncos took on the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was an exciting game where the whole team was firing on all cylinders at the start, only to stutter and end up tied at the end of regulation and the rest is in the history books. The Broncos got the ball and on the first play. Tebow takes the snap- throws it, a little low and behind, to Demaryius Thomas, who after a stiff arm took it 80 yards to win the game. The next week, miracle season ended with a 45-10 stomping from the New England Patriots, who weeks before, put up a 41-23 stomping.

 Buzzy Says : That Is BS The Pass Was a little High and in stride to DT

One great thing about Tim Tebow was, he instilled a fire into the team that kept them fighting, but without the QB prowess to back up the drive and carry the team. So John Elway went looking for a new QB. Boy did he find one. Peyton Manning. Though the neck injury was worrisome, you never doubt the Duke.

 

Jan 19, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos executive vice president of football operations John Elway celebrate after the 2013 AFC championship playoff football game against the New England Patriots at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsOne great thing about Tim Tebow was, he installed a fire into the team that kept them fighting, but without the QB prowess to backup the drive and carry the team. So John Elway went looking for a new QB. Boy did he find one. Peyton Manning. Though the neck injury was worrisome, you never doubt the Duke.

Since then, Peyton Manning has led the Broncos to back-to-back 13-3 records, first seed in the AFC, third straight AFC West division champs and a Super Bowl appearance, though some will argue that the Broncos didn’t really show up.

 

Tebow led the Broncos to some records, but Manning’s 2013 campaign was filled with nothing but records, not just for himself, but the team as well. NFL and Broncos records fell game after game with Manning under center.

 

Going from Tebow to Manning is like eating at a fast food joint, to eating at a Michelin star restaurant. Drinking boxed wine, to drinking Cune Rioja Imperial Gran Reserva vintage 2004 (one of the best wines in the world). From liking Star Trek to Star Wars. From being a Raiders fan to a Broncos fan. Peyton Manning is just better quality than Tim Tebow.

Buzzy Says : And He had 15 years to get there ,Tim Tebow Has not had a full season yet. 

The point of all this is, not for us to forget what Tebow did for the Broncos, but to put it in the past and enjoy what the Denver Broncos have right now with Peyton Manning. 2011 was an exciting season, but 2013 was even more so.

 Buzzy Says If It were not For Tim Tebow and his 8 wins there would be no PM at Denver

When you have greatness there before you, you take the time to sit back and watch it unfold. Because once that greatness is gone, you’ll be pining for it to come back and one day it might but the possibility is there that we, the fans of football and especially the Broncos, will never see such greatness before our eyes again and if we do, it could be years away or not in our lifetime. It took 15 years to return to greatness after John Elway retired. It could be longer after Manning does.

Sit back. Enjoy the ride. Enjoy the greatness.

The NFL Tim Tebow Report 7/3/14

Maybe=0  No=32 -Someone from the team said No  

Rumor-Someone was talking/writing about it

I can Find No  In or out with any team

Maybe after the camps start or the season gets going

It does not look Good from here

Buzzy

Metta World Peace Blog: Tim Tebow Deserves Another Shot

July 2, 2014 12:11 pm EDT by Metta World Peace
 
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Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

I can’t believe Tim Tebow never got a shot. I bought the jersey the day he arrived. The excitement and hope he gave me for my New York Jets and a title in my fan error was realistic. But he didn’t play.

Now that we have Michael Vick, I believe we will win this year with the heroic play of Vick. And when we win, I will share my ring with Tebow.

Some people try to win, wanna win and try figuring out how to win by way of analytical research and data (lol), and then you have Tebow. Cut the crap and just win. It’s simple. It’s one word. It’s three letters. It’s not complicated. It’s Tebow. What more do you want?!

Top 10 college football players of the 2000s

  • By Mike Huguenin
  • College Football 24/7 writer
  • Published: July 1, 2014 at 09:47 a.m.
  • Updated: July 1, 2014 at 10:28 a.m.

 
QB Tim Tebow had a magical career at Florida, but he didn’t have staying power in the NFL.

Last week, College Football 24/7 took a look at the 10 greatest college football players from the 1990s; today, we’re looking at the 10 best from 2000-09.

Important to note: This is about college careers, not what the players did/have done in the NFL. We focused on value to team and dominant play over at least three seasons. Raw statistics also were a consideration.

10. OT Jake Long, Michigan

(2003-07)

Long redshirted as a true freshman, then was a four-year starter for the Wolverines at left tackle. In his final two seasons, Long was penalized once in 1,743 plays. He was the Big Ten’s Offensive Lineman of the Year as a junior and senior, then became the No. 1 overall pick in the 2008 draft.

 9. RB Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma

(2004-06)

Peterson rushed for an NCAA-freshman-record 1,925 yards in 2004, when he was second in the Heisman voting and helped OU reach the BCS national championship game. He battled injuries (to his ankle and collarbone) as a sophomore and junior, but still reached the 1,000-yard plateau in both seasons. He finished his career with 4,045 rushing yards, 73 yards short of OU’s career record set by Heisman recipient Billy Sims, and 41 rushing TDs. He was a first-round pick in the 2007 draft, going No. 7 overall to the Minnesota Vikings.

8. QB Pat White, West Virginia

(2005-08)

West Virginia was one of the few major programs that recruited White, from Daphne (Ala.) High, as a quarterback. Then-Mountaineers coach Rich Rodriguez knew what he was doing, as White fit perfectly in RichRod’s run-heavy version of the spread. White, the only starting quarterback in NCAA history to win four bowl games, finished his career with 4,480 rushing yards, an NCAA record for a quarterback. He also is one of just four quarterbacks ever to rush for 4,000 yards and pass for 6,000 yards, joining Nevada’s Colin Kaepernick, Michigan’s Denard Robinson and Missouri’s Brad Smith. None of the others did it with quite the style of White. White was drafted in the second round by the Miami Dolphins in the 2009 draft.

 

7. DT Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska

(2006-09)

Suh was as dominant as any defensive linemen in college history in 2009, when he became the first defensive player to earn AP College Player of the Year honors; that season, his fourth-place finish in Heisman voting was the highest by a defensive lineman since Nebraska’s Rich Glover placed third in 1972. Suh won the Outland, Lombardi, Bednarik and Nagurski awards as a senior. He was a backup as a redshirt freshman, was a solid starter in ’07, then blossomed into a star. He led Nebraska in tackles as a junior and senior, becoming the first Huskers defensive lineman ever to do that in consecutive seasons. He was a first-round pick in the 2010 draft.

6. SS Eric Berry, Tennessee

(2007-09)

Berry was a three-year starter — and a three-year star — for the Vols. He picked off 14 passes in his career and ranks second in NCAA history with 494 interception-return yards, including three returns for TDs. He won the 2009 Jim Thorpe Award as the nation’s top defensive back. He finished his career with 245 tackles, 17 pass breakups, two forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. Berry was a freshman All-America in 2007 and a consensus All-America selection in ’08 and ’09; he was the SEC defensive player of the year in ’08, when he had seven interceptions. Berry was a first-round pick in the 2010 draft.

 

5. QB Matt Leinart, USC(2002-05)

He replaced Heisman winner Carson Palmer as USC’s starting quarterback — and made Trojans fans quickly forget Palmer. Leinart was 37-2 in three seasons as a starter and led the Trojans to the 2003 AP national championship and the BCS championship in 2004; he also won the Heisman in 2004. He led the Trojans to the national-title game against Texas in ’05, but was outdueled in that all-time classic by Texas’ Vince Young. He threw for 10,693 yards and 99 touchdowns in his career, and was a first-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals in the 2006 draft.

4. RB Reggie Bush, USC

(2003-05)

While the Heisman Trust has expunged any record of his winning the Heisman in 2005, his on-field play that season (and in the previous two seasons) was quite memorable. He was the most electrifying player of the decade. As a junior in ’05, Bush had 1,740 rushing yards and 478 receiving yards and 19 total touchdowns. Bush finished his career with 3,169 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns while sharing carries with LenDale White; he also had 95 career receptions, 13 receiving touchdowns, three punt-return touchdowns and one kickoff-return TD. He was a first-round pick of the New Orleans Saints in the 2006 draft.

3. RB Darren McFadden, Arkansas

(2005-07)

McFadden finished his three-season career with a school-record 4,590 rushing yards — that’s No. 2 in SEC history, behind only Herschel Walker — and set an SEC record by gaining 2,310 all-purpose yards as a junior in 2007. He rushed for 1,830 yards that season, the second-highest total in SEC history. He finished second in the Heisman balloting in each of his last two seasons. McFadden, who rushed for 41 yards in his career, also threw seven career touchdown passes and had two TD receptions. He was a first-round pick of the Oakland Raiders in the 2008 draft.

2. QB Vince Young, Texas

(2002-05)

Texas won the national title in 2005 and it was all because of Young. He was the No. 1 national prospect in the 2002 signing class, but it took him a while to live up to the hype. He redshirted as a true freshman in ’02 and struggled as a passer as a redshirt freshman in ’03. But he began to hit his stride as a sophomore in ’04, winning Rose Bowl MVP honors in a victory over Michigan that capped off the season. He had a huge season in 2005, culminating in a masterful performance in the championship-game victory over USC. He was 30-2 as a starting quarterback, and passed for 6,040 yards and 44 TDs and rushed for 3,127 yards and 37 TDs in his career. He was a first-round pick of the Tennessee Titans in the 2006 draft.

1. QB Tim Tebow, Florida

(2006-09)

Tebow had a magnificent college career. He was a key backup as a true freshman on a national-title team in 2006 (he ran for a TD and also threw for a score as Florida steamrolled Ohio State in the ’06 national championship game), then started in his final three seasons with the Gators. He won the Heisman in 2007, the first sophomore to win the award; that season, he became the first player in NCAA history with at least 20 TDs as a runner (23) and passer (32) in the same season. In his final two seasons, Tebow guided Florida to a 26-2 record, including the national title in 2008. He was a Heisman finalist as a junior and senior, and finished his career with 9,285 passing yards, 2,947 rushing yards, 88 passing TDs and 57 rushing TDs. He is second in NCAA history in career passing efficiency and is one of only two players in NCAA history to run and pass for at least 50 TDs each and to account for at least 300 points as a runner and 500 as a passer. In four bowl games, he accounted for 12 TDs. He was a first-round pick of the Denver Broncos in the 2010 draft.

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No Tebow, but many diners at new PDQ(People Dedicated to Quality)

 

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Customers eat their lunches during the opening day of the new PDQ.

Amy L. Stuart/Correspondent

By Rick Allen
Columnist

Published: Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 6:30 a.m.
Last Modified: Monday, June 23, 2014 at 4:23 p.m.
    OK, so maybe sports icons Tim Tebow and Vinny Testaverde didn’t show up for the new PDQ restaurant opening Sunday in Ocala.

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PDQ

Hours: 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day
Where: 3410 SW College Road, Ocala
Cuisine: Chicken tenders, sandwiches and salads
Info: 484-0365 or www.eatpdq.com

But a lot of other people did. They were lining up before the doors officially opened at 10:30 Sunday morning.

Once the doors opened, the new eatery, at 3410 SW College Road, was busy until 10 that night.

“I’m hoping to see Tebow,” declared Robin Clinton of Ocklawaha.

Clinton and her daughter, Katrina Wiseman, and two grandchildren — Makayla Carter and Christopher Carter — were decked out in University of Florida orange and blue — and were among the first customers through the door.

“If he’s here, I’ll be happy,” Clinton shrugged. “If not, I’ll still be happy.”

That’s the spirit!

Tebow, the Heisman Award-winning quarterback of the Gators, and Testaverde, the Heisman Award-winning quarterback of the University of Miami Hurricanes, are part of the ownership squad of this and several other PDQ restaurants in northern Florida. Both also played in the NFL.

With the rest of their team, they’re going in on another PDQ, this time in Gainesville at 34th Street and University Avenue; its opening is planned for the end of the year.

“That’s as close as we can get to the university and still have a drive-thru,” said ownership partner Todd Alley, a Tampa lawyer.

Inside is bright, open and airy; all food prep and cooking is done in full view of any customer who might want to watch. The drive-thru eliminates the “squawk box” at too many fast-fooderies; instead, a real human will take their motoring customers’s orders.

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