- 03/19/2012, 12:29PM ET
The Book of Tebow said 03/19, 12:29 PM
I believe I had this one right...
Tebow never had the belief of John Fox or John Elway. He singlehandly botched thier plans for RG3 or Luck. He lead to the playoffs, but because of his flaws and unconventional style, the team never accepted him, and never wanted to develop him. Even in the playoff game, rumors circled they were ready to bench him for of ALL people BRADY FRICKIN QUINN!!!
With that said, Who should be the first to call about Tebow.
People point to jacksonville, but I say the Miami Dolphins.
First, They don't have any recieving threats, which Tebow is used to playing with in Denver.
Second, Kardashian-less Reggie Bush ended the season with 7 100 yard games. Him, Danial Thomas, and Tim Tebow will have the best running game BY far in the NFL.
Third, Economics. Tebow + Florida= 8 home sellouts
Fourth, Lebron Living With Tebow...I see reality show!
Fifth, looking at the list of QB's phins have started since Dan Marino, By default Tebow would be in the top-3.
HighwayCrossingFrog said 03/19, 01:06 PM
My first choice for Tebow to go to would be Jags..
I know there are alot of gator fans in miami..
But Jags is the heart of gator land..
Lets let Tebow go home..
And lets face it Gabbard has no business being in the league..
The Jags are more despearte than fins..
Moore aint too bad.. I think he can do a decent job at qb.. Heck, he is probably better at throwing than tebow! no offence:)
Yes, my second choice would be miami..
Tebow is very beloved in south florida..
But not crazy love like Jags..
Zona.. Kolb kind a sucks..
Skins.. As long as they dont get RG3
Browns.. Give Cleveland alittle excitement! There city needs it!
All there teams suck anyway!
This has to be the most exciting off season I have ever seen!
Guess Smith stays in san fran now..
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