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08:03 AM ET 03.15 | Florida football fans will have the chance to enjoy "The Tim Tebow Experience," where they can work out with the Gators legend Sunday in Orlando. That's right, Timmy will temporarily be in our midst this weekend, but I'm thinking he should consider a more permanent arrangement. I'm thinking he should stay in the City Beautiful and continue his pro football career as the new quarterback of the Orlando Predators. Don't laugh. I'm not kidding. Tebow, for some baffling reason, cannot get a fair chance as a starting QB in the NFL. ... If Tebow's not an NFL quarterback, he should come to the Arena League and make himself into an NFL quarterback just like Kurt Warner did.

Orlando Sentinel

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March 15, 2013  08:18 AM ET

Yes, you too can take a snap in the shot gun then try to run around the left end. You might not want to ask Timmy for any tips on pocket presence.

March 15, 2013  08:54 AM ET

I thought Tebowchrist was in Rome hoping to become pope?

March 15, 2013  09:14 AM ET

Coming soon to a vacant lot near you! The Mark Sanchez Buttfumble Experience! Yes, you too can overpay for parking, admission and a large watered-down soft drink (offer not valid in New York City) and take a snap from center, drop back, and then run right into the posterior of an offensive lineman who will help dislodge the ball from your hands!

See how the pros do it, and maybe you'll be the next YouTube sensation!

March 15, 2013  09:21 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Yes, you too can take a snap in the shot gun then try to run around the left end. You might not want to ask Timmy for any tips on pocket presence.

Tebow is perfect for the read & react offense that the Skins and Niners use.

March 15, 2013  09:28 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Tebow is perfect for the read & react offense that the Skins and Niners use.

You're missing a key part of the read and react offense, well I suppose just offense in general: The QB needs to be able to throw the ball. RG3 and Kaepernick can run an effective read and react because they don't have the wet noodle that Tebow has.

March 15, 2013  09:35 AM ET

I'll say this!
What blows my mind is Tebow outplayed guys like Steve Young during his first 2 Years, yes ? Yes they said the same thing about Steve Young, you know that Hall of Fame Lefthanded quarterback who would never make it in THE NFL. Steve Young that's pretty heavy! By the way the Team that originally drafted Steve Young, traded him as well after his second year, who do you think is Smarter, The Tampa Bay Bucs or The San Francisco Giants, oh one more thing, the Bucs got there perfect pocket passing Quarterback, Vinny Teserverde, let's see who would I rather have Vinny, or Steve? One more thing it took Steve Young 7 Years to develop, should you give Tebow similar time he just might surprise all of us! Tebow won more games, thru more touchdowns and won a game in the playoffs, Young sat and watched. The fact of the matter is Tebow might never get a chance to prove himself, but nobody can take away his accomplishments.

March 15, 2013  09:52 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I'll say this!What blows my mind is Tebow outplayed guys like Steve Young during his first 2 Years, yes ? Yes they said the same thing about Steve Young, you know that Hall of Fame Lefthanded quarterback who would never make it in THE NFL. Steve Young that's pretty heavy! By the way the Team that originally drafted Steve Young, traded him as well after his second year, who do you think is Smarter, The Tampa Bay Bucs or The San Francisco Giants, oh one more thing, the Bucs got there perfect pocket passing Quarterback, Vinny Teserverde, let's see who would I rather have Vinny, or Steve? One more thing it took Steve Young 7 Years to develop, should you give Tebow similar time he just might surprise all of us! Tebow won more games, thru more touchdowns and won a game in the playoffs, Young sat and watched. The fact of the matter is Tebow might never get a chance to prove himself, but nobody can take away his accomplishments.

It's way too early for you to be drinking the Tebow juice

March 15, 2013  10:19 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

It's way too early for you to be drinking the Tebow juice

Ewww.

March 15, 2013  10:29 AM ET

"cannot get a fair chance as a starting QB in the NFL".....Really? He got more of a chance than most players ever get. Every team has more tape on him than most guys in his situation. Did it ever occur to his backers that they just do not like that much what they see? And that is their choice.

March 15, 2013  10:29 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Tebow is perfect for the read & react offense that the Skins and Niners use.

Except for the fact he can't throw the ball.

March 15, 2013  10:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#10):

Except for the fact he can't throw the ball.

He would be perfect in a double read option offense. Hand it off or run with it yourself.

March 15, 2013  10:38 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I'll say this!What blows my mind is Tebow outplayed guys like Steve Young during his first 2 Years, yes ? Yes they said the same thing about Steve Young, you know that Hall of Fame Lefthanded quarterback who would never make it in THE NFL. Steve Young that's pretty heavy! By the way the Team that originally drafted Steve Young, traded him as well after his second year, who do you think is Smarter, The Tampa Bay Bucs or The San Francisco Giants, oh one more thing, the Bucs got there perfect pocket passing Quarterback, Vinny Teserverde, let's see who would I rather have Vinny, or Steve? One more thing it took Steve Young 7 Years to develop, should you give Tebow similar time he just might surprise all of us! Tebow won more games, thru more touchdowns and won a game in the playoffs, Young sat and watched. The fact of the matter is Tebow might never get a chance to prove himself, but nobody can take away his accomplishments.

Wow are you blind. Denver lost their last 3 games in 2011 and they STILL made the playoffs. In the last game Tebow was 6-22 with a QBR of 2.1! He can't play QB in the NFL and every GM knows that.

March 15, 2013  10:47 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

"cannot get a fair chance as a starting QB in the NFL".....Really? He got more of a chance than most players ever get. Every team has more tape on him than most guys in his situation. Did it ever occur to his backers that they just do not like that much what they see? And that is their choice.

That one jumped out at me too.

Huge homer observation by the author.

March 15, 2013  10:57 AM ET
QUOTE(#13):

That one jumped out at me too. Huge homer observation by the author.

To me , it is as simple as this: If Wilson in Seattle or Kaepernick or RG3 were not threats to run the ball would they still be your qB? the answer is YES. If Tebow was not a threat to run the ball would you start him as your QB? Absolutely not.

March 15, 2013  11:02 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

...who do you think is Smarter, The Tampa Bay Bucs or The San Francisco Giants...

Steve Young played baseball too?

March 15, 2013  11:08 AM ET

That would be smart for Tim to go there and gain some experience. I also would not mind if I come to the Browns and compete for the starting job with Weeded. I think Tebow would be an upgrade of sorts..

March 15, 2013  11:08 AM ET

if he comes to the browns..

March 15, 2013  11:21 AM ET

Clevelandguy this is not college, Tebow is not surrounded by superior talent and throwing to wide open receivers or being chased by linebackers with 5 second 40 speed while playing Charleston Southern. The one thing you can't fix is accuracy and that's why Tebow blows.

March 15, 2013  11:25 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

You're missing a key part of the read and react offense, well I suppose just offense in general: The QB needs to be able to throw the ball. RG3 and Kaepernick can run an effective read and react because they don't have the wet noodle that Tebow has.

hahahahaha

 
March 15, 2013  11:26 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I'll say this!What blows my mind is Tebow outplayed guys like Steve Young during his first 2 Years, yes ? Yes they said the same thing about Steve Young, you know that Hall of Fame Lefthanded quarterback who would never make it in THE NFL. Steve Young that's pretty heavy! By the way the Team that originally drafted Steve Young, traded him as well after his second year, who do you think is Smarter, The Tampa Bay Bucs or The San Francisco Giants, oh one more thing, the Bucs got there perfect pocket passing Quarterback, Vinny Teserverde, let's see who would I rather have Vinny, or Steve? One more thing it took Steve Young 7 Years to develop, should you give Tebow similar time he just might surprise all of us! Tebow won more games, thru more touchdowns and won a game in the playoffs, Young sat and watched. The fact of the matter is Tebow might never get a chance to prove himself, but nobody can take away his accomplishments.

hahahahahahahahaha

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