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Tebow and Broncos could not do it this time.

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Shooting Jack, Dec 18, 2011.

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  1. Shooting Jack

    Shooting Jack Active Member

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    Tebow did his part. The turnovers killed them not to mention they couldn't catch a pass. Kick return guy gave them a touch down too. Jackie B.
     
  2. Avaldes

    Avaldes Well-Known Member

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    Looks like Jesus loves Tom Brady more than Tim Tebow;)
     
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    EXPOSED?....EXPOSED?.....EXPOSED?


    In a fit of frustration Timmy climbed on a dog and rode it across the field....what?....That wasn't Timmy?....I get it....the horse has been replaced by the dog and the monkey as mascots at Tebowland....

    The moral of the story: College game plans don't work against the better teams in the NFL.......Timmy CAN'T THROW! Are you sure that wasn't him on top of the dog?
     
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    Tebow helps to put-up some 23 points, defense had some holes. We will see how the Patriots do in the play-offs.....with their defense!
     
  6. BIGDON

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    Maybe Timmy didn't get on his knee enough. I noticed he put the ball on the gound a couple times also. I guess God said "Timmy sooner or later you are going to have to do it without my help. So see ya got more important work to do."

    Don
     
  7. blade819

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    Turnovers = 10 points. Tim did his job, the rest of the team let themselves down. Anyway, Rick... the 63 degrees yesterday is outta there and I understand its a brewing for a bigin' tomorrow.

    blade819
     
  8. claybreaker808

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    No need for the sarcastic attacks on Tim Tebow. I don't recall Tim taking credit for the "miraculous wins" or telling anyone that God gave him preferential treatment or that God chose him to win football games. I do recall Tim giving God credit for his skills and accomplishments. Tim did not blame God or his teammates for losing to New England. Why all this animosity toward a good kid trying to do the best he can with the skills he has while praising God in the process.
     
  9. blizzard

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    "No need for the sarcastic attacks on Tim Tebow. I don't recall Tim taking credit for the "miraculous wins" or telling anyone that God gave him preferential treatment or that God chose him to win football games. I do recall Tim giving God credit for his skills and accomplishments. Tim did not blame God or his teammates for losing to New England. Why all this animosity toward a good kid trying to do the best he can with the skills he has while praising God in the process."

    Lighten up Francis.
     
  10. Shooting Jack

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    BLIZ, I totally agree with him. It amazes me how sorry(the word I will use for lack of a better way of saying it) some folks are. They are so insecure that they try to find fault in everyone but themselves. Everytime something bad happens to them it all someone else's fault. Tim doesn't make the whole team as that was proven during the game. I'm amazed that your didn't blames him for three fumbles and newscasters are blaming his team mates for 13 of the losing points. Things like that often causes teams to lose momentum as I believe it did in this game. Tim is a honest hard working individual but he's not the team, just an integral part. Personally I wish him well and pray that God will bless him. Jackie Bennett
     
  11. BIGDON

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    Maybe I and others are tired to the constant press on his greatness. They have made him out to be the great saviour. Whey in reality he is a young man with mediocre football skills with a lot of luck and some good players around him. Take him off the front page and he would probably have more fans.

    Don
     
  12. SirMissalott

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    I hope they praise him and all like him loud and often!! I am so tired of our socialist, anti American media running down everything good about about our great country ( Boy Scouts, Religion, Gun Owners, Hard Working People etc..) However they will sure praise the Michael Jackson's and all the other liberal ilk of the world. For what it's worth from a non pro sport follower, please bring on all the Tim Tebow types you can and let our kids & grand kids see what a real role model can be!!
     
  13. Calcutta John

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    BIGDON, you probably will feel a lot better if you confined your reading to Vick and Hurd..
     
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    I live here and have been a fan since the Floyd Little and Lyle Alzado days, But I wanted them to lose so we could get back to reality...The Lindsey Vonn Te "BOW" kneel was the last straw for me last week!

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    Ahem...

    Most people support quarterbacks who show remarkable skill (in quarterbacks that means reading defenses and THROWING the ball from the pocket with a modicum of scrambling).....

    Most Tebow worshipers CONFUSE the guy's charisma, value system and will power with his skill as a quarterback.....choose a quarterback on quarterback skill not on personality....

    Tebow is not running for political office yet...he PRETENDS to be a quarterback when he is really a full back...he CAN'T THROW and as such, when the HYPE dies down, will show he is a POOR to MEDIOCRE Quarterback.....

    Brees, Brady and Rodgers are REAL QUARTERBACKS...Tebow is a PRETENDER!
     
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    Calcutta I have not seen a Pro athelete who I would put on a pedastal regardless if he got on his knee or not. They are all a bunch of overpaid primadonnas. It gives me a royal pain to see athetes point to the heavens after a homerun or a TD, that my friends is a result of personal effort not devine intervention. How come it is only atheletes that make a public show. You don't see a doctor pointing to the sky or doing a knee after a successful surgery or diagnosis of a patient. You don't see it after a local merchant makes a sale or the plumber fixing a leak.

    I am sure if you looked around your community you could find many someones more worthey of being looked up to. Many thank their God but in a private way but not putting on a public display.

    The next thing you will want is bow with kneel after every 25.

    Don
     
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    Don't much care about this football or Teebow situation, but I laughed out loud to blizzard's quote from Warren Oates as Sgt. Hulka in Stripes.

    John
     
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    "Miracle" in Buffalo this week end! The "Devil" will get to Tim and Buffalo will win!!!!! Cray
     
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    Check this one out, pretty funny!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQ6vat1DIRI

    Cheers,

    George
     
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