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« #15 : July 01, 2008, 06:39:39 PM »

All offseason we were pining for playmakers and unless several guys step up, we get to do it all again next offseason.

Can't wait.



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« #16 : July 02, 2008, 06:52:11 AM »

And if we are thinking about Tebow...he needs to learn that running is hardly going to be an option for him but his passing statistics are top notch so he could make the transition. On the outside though Tebow looks like a "college QB" hopefully he can step up.

anterrabae33, People seem to neglect that

In 2008 Tim Tebow had

234 completions and 350 attempts for 3286 yards  31 touchdowns and 6 interceptions

kid was a 67% passer in the SEC

Its hard to see how someone would say Tim needs to "learn to be a passer" but most people stll see him as a glorified fullback

Tim will be able to use his scrambling ability but not as an offensive weapon. Tim had to run in 2008 as Florida didnt have a running game to run the ball

He is a guy that could use his athletic abilty much like Steve Young did scramble escape pressure and if there is nothing there pick up a first

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« #17 : July 02, 2008, 09:23:07 AM »

all this talk about offensive guys and no body mentions michael crabbtree? he is the guy we need to focus on

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« #18 : July 02, 2008, 10:07:37 PM »

all this talk about offensive guys and no body mentions michael crabbtree? he is the guy we need to focus on

Crabtree is only a sophmore.

We should  monitor what Aaron Kelly from Clemson does, he would be a good draft pick but I would prefer harvin above anyone this year.


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« #19 : July 02, 2008, 11:07:16 PM »

I'm saddened by the fact that 6 yrs into the Gruden era, we're still lookin for a QB, RB, and WR to build our offense around.

So true...*sigh*

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« #20 : July 04, 2008, 08:21:06 AM »

Hell why not go all thew way to 2010.... first round Tampa Bay Buccaneers two words.... Knowshon Moreno

And if we are thinking about Tebow...he needs to learn that running is hardly going to be an option for him but his passing statistics are top notch so he could make the transition. On the outside though Tebow looks like a "college QB" hopefully he can step up.

He is ellgible for the 2009 NFL Draft because he redshirted in 2006.

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« #21 : July 04, 2008, 08:27:52 AM »

In 2008 Tim Tebow had

234 completions and 350 attempts for 3286 yards  31 touchdowns and 6 interceptions

kid was a 67% passer in the SEC

Its hard to see how someone would say Tim needs to "learn to be a passer" but most people stll see him as a glorified fullback

Tim will be able to use his scrambling ability but not as an offensive weapon. Tim had to run in 2008 as Florida didnt have a running game to run the ball

He is a guy that could use his athletic abilty much like Steve Young did scramble escape pressure and if there is nothing there pick up a first

Are you talking about Alex Smith or Tim Tebow? Smith was praised as an ultra athletic QB that could escape the pocket and he had great statistics.

In 2004, Alex Smith had 2952 yards, 67.% completions, 32 TDs and 4 INTs. Wow those stats are very very similar. But he has been a bust so far in the NFL because he can't play the West Coast offense because he ran Urban Meyere's spread option in college.
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