4 Reasons The Jets Should Sign Tim Tebow (Buzzy Says: Not going to Happon But Being in the news does not Hurt)

October 8, 2014 4:24 PM
Tim Tebow (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

Tim Tebow (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

By Henry Hanz

Let’s face it, the New York Jets are out of options when it comes to the quarterback position. It’s clear current starter Geno Smith doesn’t have what it takes to make the Jets a contender and there are concerns about whether second string quarterback Michael Vick can still play in what has become a young man’s game. It’s time to do what everyone is too scared to do: sign Tim Tebow.

Here are four reasons why the Jets just need to swallow their pride and sign the former NFL QB:

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(Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

4. “Be completely humble and gentle; be patient” – Ephesians 4:2

Here Ephesians is suggesting head coach Rex Ryan needs to be patient with Tebow. In his first time around with the Jets, Tebow was rushed into the spotlight and not given proper training or time to learn Ryan’s system. He only appeared in two games going 6-for-8 with 39 yards.

(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

3. “Hatred stirs up dissension, but love covers over all wrongs” – Proverbs 10:12

If New York Jets fans can mute their anger and frustration, a stellar Tebow performance can be fueled by love.

(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

2. “Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged. Be strong and courageous” – Joshua 10:25

Joshua says it would be in the best interest of the Jets’ front office to get a contract ready and to be courageous about signing the former Heisman Trophy winner.

(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

1. “Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you” – Peter 5:7

When a team doesn’t have a plan this deep into the season, there’s always going to be panic — even among team members. And that’s exactly why Tebow is the perfect man to calm all those who are anxious.

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Want to hear Tebow? He’s now on Jacksonville radio

Oct 7, 2014, 11:04am EDT


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Timothy Gibbons
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Tim Tebow — or at least his voice — is back in Jacksonville.

Tebow will join 1010XL’s The Drill morning show from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Tuesday throughout the football season, the radio station announced today.

Tebow and co-hosts Dan Hicken and Jeff Prosser will discuss the Southeastern Conference football season. Tebow focuses on the conference during his day job as a college football analyst for ESPN’s Charlotte-based SEC Network.

The Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback who played for Nease High School and the Univeristy of Florida has been on ESPN since Jan. 6. As well as broadcasting from a different SEC school each game, Tebow is slated to contribute to other ESPN products, including SportsCenter and ESPN Radio.

“We are proud to welcome Tim Tebow to the 1010XL team, ” said 1010XL President and General Manager Steve Griffin. “We are excited for our listeners and sports fans who have followed Tim’s career and will enjoy hearing his expert opinions on the SEC.”

1010XL broadcasts the Jacksonville Jaguars as well as the Florida Gators, Florida State Seminoles and Georgia Bulldogs fans.

New York Daily News Calls For Tebow Time In Gotham(TKS DO)

October 06, 2014
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New York Daily News, Tim Tebow

Geno Smith flopped, Mike Vick is washed up, and the Jets are in need of a miracle. Thankfully, the New York Daily News has come to the rescue with the only possible answer: Bring back Tim Tebow.

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Tim Tebow Weighs in on Oregon Loss

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ESPN analyst Tim Tebow was on SVP & Russillo on Friday to discuss this weekend’s slate of games, but he also talked about Oregon’s upset loss to Arizona on Thursday night.

“I think it was a tough loss if you’re Oregon,” Tebow said. “That’s a game that you really need to win. Especially being the No. 2 team in the country and Marcus Mariota coming back and having the talent that they do. That’s a very tough loss, especially at night on a Thursday night at home against a team that a lot of people didn’t think was gonna be that good in Arizona coming into the season.”

“But give Arizona a lot of credit. A lot of what they do offensively is not easy to stop, all the way to when Rich Rod was doing it at West Virginia, not a lot of people have stopped it. They only have a few formations but they line up and they execute it very well and it’s tough to stop.”

“Oregon had their chances,” he continued. “The two fumbles by Marcus were very costly and that penalty on third down was a huge penalty, just something that can’t happen. So they had their chances”

Tebow thinks the loss will hurt Marcus Mariota’s Heisman chances.

“For Marcus, it’s also tough because that’s a tough game as far as the Heisman goes,” he said. “He’s someone that has the talent and he has the team to compete to win a Heisman. I think that’s gonna definitely hurt him for a little while, but it’s also a very open Heisman race right now with a few things happening to Jameis (Winston) and then Braxton Miller getting hurt and this loss with Mariota. It’s very open right now so who’s gonna really step up and claim that trophy?”

Political Correctness Leaves Christians Out

 Friday, 03 Oct 2014 12:27 PM
On Sept. 29, Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah, who is a Muslim, incurred a penalty in his game against the New England Patriots for sliding in the end zone after he scored a touchdown; he then bowed in prayer. He is man enough to admit that he was properly penalized not for praying, but for sliding. He has learned his lesson. It’s okay to pray on the field after doing something heroic, as long as you, “Stop before you drop.”

The problem is not Abdullah, it is his Muslim-fawning defenders.

Dozens of commentators have rushed to anoint him a “devout Muslim,” and quite unlike the reaction afforded Tim Tebow, a Christian who dropped to his knees after scoring, they invoked the adjective as a compliment, not as a statement of derision.

When Tebow was playing, reporters were typically snide, or much worse:

  • “Sunday, as expected, a national TV audience could see pious Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow taking a silent devotion.” — Cathy Lynn Grossman, USA Today, Oct.

    20, 2011.

  • “We don’t know when, or if, he [Tebow] will start multiplying his loaves and fishes.” — Bill Dwyre, Los Angeles Times, Nov. 27, 2011.   
  • “Most of us have learned to live with boundaries—to avoid thrusting our religion into arenas where it is unexpected or unwelcome.” “Should Tebow be so flamboyant about his faith?”— Joel Mathis, Scripps Howard News Service, Dec. 10, 2011.
  • “There are a lot of LGBT people in New York City who are also football fans,” and that “the new, possibly, starting quarterback for the New York Jets wants them to move backwards 30 or 40 years.” — Dave Zirin, quoted by the Media Research Center, March 12, 2012.
  • “If Tebow wins the Super Bowl, against all odds, it will buoy his faithful, and emboldened faithful can do insane things, like burning mosques, bashing gays and indiscriminately banishing immigrants.” — Rabbi Joshua Hammerman, quoted by the Media Research Center, March 26, 2012.

Now contrast this reaction to the fawning over Abdullah:

  • “This kid [Abdullah] playing against New England gave a brief and private, dignified prayer and he was penalized for it. Tim Tebow became an icon of prayer in the end zone.

    Two sets of rules.” — Jesse Jackson, politics.blog.ajc.com, Oct. 2, 2014.

  • “Abdullah” is “a godsend.” “We should be cheering and applauding special men like Abdullah who are a phenomenal credit to their faith and inspire Americans to give gratitude to God.” — New York Observer, Sept. 30, 2014.
  • “The penalty is another example of America’s religious bias.” “Freedom of expression and religion are important tenets of American life. But in an age when corporations have the right to impose what they call Christian values on their secular work force, we should wonder if a Muslim boss would be granted the same permission. Considering the move of some states to ‘ban’ shariah law, we can probably guess the answer to that.” — Erika Stutzman, Daily Camera, Oct. 1, 2014.
  • “It [the penalty Abdullah incurred] propels us to war. You have to rally the country in order to bomb a country that did nothing to you and you need to rally them and so that’s what I think that was.” — Rosie O’Donnell, “The View,” Sept. 30, 2014.
  • “For anyone wondering why angry Muslims join ISIL, this whole saga could easily make the list.” — Ahmed Tharwat, Star Tribune, Oct. 1, 2014.

We live in a country that is approximately 80 percent Christian and 1 percent Muslim.

Why, then, is Tebow bashed and Abdullah admired?

Our cultural elites have decided that Christianity, which is the font of freedom, is repressive, and Islam, which is the font of repression, is unfairly stereotyped.

The furniture of the mind is fixed. Christians are victimizers and Muslims are victims.

Don’t look for either logic or intellectual honesty — it’s all about political correctness.

Broncos release Matt Prater before suspension ends( Elway Has Lost His mind or the cap is geting him for PM )


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by Lindsay H. Jones, USA TODAY Sports
 — The Denver Broncos released veteran kicker Matt Prater, the team’s longest-tenured player, Friday, just days before he was set to return to the team.Prater missed the first three games while serving a suspension after testing positive for alcohol — something that was prohibited for him by the league after a 2011 DUI arrest — last spring.

Prater will be a free agent when his suspension is lifted on Monday. He converted a league-best 96% of his field goals (25-for-26) in 2013.

By releasing him, the Broncos have decided to stick with Brandon McManus, whom they acquired in a trade with the New York Giants in late August.

Prater was on the third season of a four-year, $13 million contract. His departure will free up cap room for a team seeking long-term extensions with receiver Demaryius Thomas and tight end Julius Thomas.

Kyle Terada, USA TODAY Sports

Dumping Brady absurd, but is Patriot Way still working?

Maybe Not.

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by Jarrett Bell, USA TODAY Sports
<:article data-aop=”article” itemtype=”http://schema.org/NewsArticle” itemscope><:section data-aop=”articlebody” itemprop=”articleBody”>FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Tom Brady will go down as one of the greatest winners in NFL history, but the New England Patriots quarterback is seemingly like Joe Average when it comes to the shifting winds in a what-have-you-done-lately culture.

Brady was so horrific on Monday night he was benched. Social media reaction included fans suggesting he is finished. Some are wondering whether it’s time for the Patriots to move on.

How laughable.

“Man, it’s sports,” Brady told USA TODAY Sports after Thursday’s practice. “Win, and they’ll be back.”

The real question is can they win again?

It’s not just about winning the huge game against the unbeaten Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday night.

Greg M. Cooper, USA TODAY Sports© Greg M. Cooper, USA TODAY Sports Greg M. Cooper, USA TODAY SportsIn the Patriots’ world, winning means winning big. Even now, nearly a decade since the franchise last won a Super Bowl. The high standard has not changed.

Yet the sluggish start (2-2) makes me wonder whether The Patriot Way still works.

This goes way beyond Brady, whose 59.1% completion rate is on pace to be the lowest of his career.

Bill Belichick’s personnel moves in recent years go hand-in-hand with Brady’s struggles.

As de facto GM with final authority over personnel, Belichick has fallen short of supplying Brady with the best supporting cast that can be squeezed under the salary cap.

Brady, 37, isn’t as accurate as he used to be. I saw it last year, when it was easy to point to the lack of precise route-running from young receivers as a reason. He’s missing even more now.

But some of Belichick’s decisions are also haunting the Patriots, whose offense has taken a deep plunge in productivity. Even with a defensive touchdown on the books, the Patriots rank 24th in the NFL for scoring at 20 points per game. Last year, New England ranked third in the league in scoring.

Belichick’s offense could sure use Logan Mankins to help shore up the O-line. LeGarrette Blount would add punch to the running game. Wes Welker would be a reliable blitz-busting target about now.

But that trio is gone, with varying levels of economics — and undoubtedly varying levels of ego — playing into Belichick’s decisions to part ways with them.

Maybe Brandon LaFell will continue to look like the best complement to Julian Edelman, who actually emerged as the best fill-in for Welker last season. Edelman deserves much credit for climbing from a bottom-of-the-roster specialist to play a key role. But think of all the veteran receivers — hello Chad Ochocinco — that Belichick tried that didn’t work out.

And the jury is still out on Aaron Dobson, a second-round pick last year who is apparently in the dog house this year.

The Patriot Way used to work well enough. They would cut a Ty Law, Lawyer Milloy or Richard Seymour while they were still impact players and keep winning. It was the antithesis of the Raider Way — sign older players who were no longer impact players.

But at the moment, the Patriot Way is tied with the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins for first place in the AFC East that the Patriots have owned for more than a decade.

Now what? It’s still early.

Belichick has long been, for my money, the most resourceful coach in the NFL. He won the first of his three Super Bowl titles with a team that included 21 free agents.

The challenge now is for Belichick to win — and win big — with the hand he dealt himself.

Kid apparently thinks UF is just Tim Tebow

 Maybe he’s right

Florida’s football program has certainly been in a downward spiral since his departure. It’s still too early in the season to put anything in stone, but the question of whether last year was an outlier or 2012 was is becoming clearer with each passing week. Tim Tebow may have not been the most talented guy in the world, hence his failure in the NFL, but he was one of the all time winners to ever play college football. We saw a guy last night, Marcus Mariota, that is miles ahead of Tebow as far as being talented, but he’s not a winner, and isn’t winning why you play the game? By the way, can the pundits please stop pushing mariota as college football’s best quarterback and player? He’s Mr. Statistic and still hasn’t thrown an interception, but he also has still not won a big game. And last night was not even a big game. It was a game, at home, against a 24 point underdog, and he still choked.

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Husain Abdullah Penalized By NFL For Muslim Prayer, Is Tim Tebow’s Tebowing So Different?

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