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No person ruined Tebow. Tebow is what he is. If he is good enough to start he will regardless of who loves or hates him. Michael Vick was accepted backi , because he could start.
Actually the problem isnt that Freeman stinks. He is average. He puts up good numbers just often enough to make you think he is better than he is. Bad and great are convincing. But mediocre makes you live with the delusion for too many years. He is just good enough to waste our time and not good enough to get us where we want to go.
Chace, I swore I heard Colin on the radio saying that bit earlier in the year but c'est la vie, you have a date stamp. GREAT read; thanks for posting.Doc, I have to disagree. Most of his fans are fringe-to-OK football fans and thought because he had such a great college career and was MISTAKENLY drafted (my words) in the first round that he should start. They got soooo loud about it in Denver (and across the U.S.) that he jumped the 2nd stringer (sound familiar?) and surprised a few with some wins, fueling the fire and the ridiculous mantra "all he does is win". The backlash from the rest of America comes from all of this; football-knowing fans that cannot stand weak arguments about a <50% passer who cannot throw a ball or read defenses in the NFL.But, hey, he beat the Steelers so he's better than Peyton Manning, right?
Illuminator is a good poster. He sticks to his guns and makes good points. Some don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t like that.
" football-knowing fans cannot stand weak arguments about a <50% passer who cannot throw a ball or read defenses in the NFL. "You talking about Freeman or Tebow?
Quote from: Illuminator on January 15, 2013, 02:09:26 PM " football-knowing fans cannot stand weak arguments about a <50% passer who cannot throw a ball or read defenses in the NFL. "You talking about Freeman or Tebow?Even Freeman manages to have a competion percentage above 50%. (That is deliberately faint praise.) That's one thing that I've always found somewhat ironic about people who don't want Freeman but DO want Tebow. Sure, I can understand being frustrated with Freeman's lack of accuracy and poor decision making. You'd think (or at least, I'd think) that they'd want to replace him with an accurate quarterback who could read defenses though.