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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2011 03:53 pm
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mike3775 wrote: Married Jo wrote: Chris OtL wrote:
Married Jo wrote: Chris OtL wrote: Denver trading up for him sure was a smart decision lol.

Watching the Tebow lovers defend this shitfest should be fun tomorrow.

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he racked up an impressive 70-80 yards passing in the first 3 quarters today against the worst team in the league, and every pass he threw flew like a duck. I'm sure tomorrow it'll be nothing but "he knows how to win". Maybe he can, but I want to see it against a better team before I'm convinced he's a real NFL QB.


LMAO...love the spin. Who gives a shit what team he did it against, how bad his passes looked, HE FUCKING WON THE GAME..that's all that matters. I just love the spin I'm seeing now all over the internet, for 3 quarters it was "HE SUCKS, TOLD YA!" then he does what he did last part of last season and 2 weeks ago, he put the team in a position to win, and they won. He may throw 1 for 40 next week and they lose by 50, but good god, give him some credit, THEY WON THE FUCKING GAME..
Its the same grief that Romo got when he brought them back against a shitty team earlier this year.

Until Tebow wins against a good team that is actually trying(and no Miami was not even trying yesterday, neither was Denver until the end), to win, he is not impressive.

Denver will not make the playoffs with the current Tebow as QB, until he actually gets better and has better players around him, Denver is always going to suck

Except Romo bringing the Cowboys back against the 49ers looks a lot better now that the Niners haven't exactly been shitty at 5-1.  Tebow out-quarterbacked Matt Moore yesterday, and he should have.

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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2011 05:12 pm
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tofu_chipmunk wrote: mike3775 wrote: Married Jo wrote: Chris OtL wrote:
Married Jo wrote: Chris OtL wrote: Denver trading up for him sure was a smart decision lol.

Watching the Tebow lovers defend this shitfest should be fun tomorrow.

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he racked up an impressive 70-80 yards passing in the first 3 quarters today against the worst team in the league, and every pass he threw flew like a duck. I'm sure tomorrow it'll be nothing but "he knows how to win". Maybe he can, but I want to see it against a better team before I'm convinced he's a real NFL QB.


LMAO...love the spin. Who gives a shit what team he did it against, how bad his passes looked, HE FUCKING WON THE GAME..that's all that matters. I just love the spin I'm seeing now all over the internet, for 3 quarters it was "HE SUCKS, TOLD YA!" then he does what he did last part of last season and 2 weeks ago, he put the team in a position to win, and they won. He may throw 1 for 40 next week and they lose by 50, but good god, give him some credit, THEY WON THE FUCKING GAME..
Its the same grief that Romo got when he brought them back against a shitty team earlier this year.

Until Tebow wins against a good team that is actually trying(and no Miami was not even trying yesterday, neither was Denver until the end), to win, he is not impressive.

Denver will not make the playoffs with the current Tebow as QB, until he actually gets better and has better players around him, Denver is always going to suck

Except Romo bringing the Cowboys back against the 49ers looks a lot better now that the Niners haven't exactly been shitty at 5-1.  Tebow out-quarterbacked Matt Moore yesterday, and he should have.
Maybe, maybe not.  I'm not sold on the 49ers and I really expect them to turn into normal form soon, much like it seems Detroit has the past 2 weeks.

But if Denver wins 3 or more in a  row with Tebow as QB, I will give him the credit he deserves

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DaNkinator wrote: And I don't know where Stingmark's coming up with this Sanchez love fest notion.  He gets ripped 90% of the time for his play, I sure don't see or hear anyone claiming he's in anyway a top QB.  Most say he's an inconsistent play maker that has a lot to learn.

Just reading this thread now and others pretty much refuted Stingmark's comments on Sanchez. I really don't need to add anything else.


Also about Tebow, I agree with Married Joe, the guy got it done and won the game, that's all that counts. Pretty fucking amazing ending yesterday if you ask me. Who knows if he'll stick at QB, but the guy belongs in the NFL in some capacity. He made a fan out of me.

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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2011 10:32 pm
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mike3775 wrote: Maybe, maybe not.  I'm not sold on the 49ers and I really expect them to turn into normal form soon, much like it seems Detroit has the past 2 weeks.

But if Denver wins 3 or more in a  row with Tebow as QB, I will give him the credit he deserves


Well, Detroit has lost to the 49ers and to the Falcons.  Those aren't bad teams.  Detroit is still in good position to capture a wild card if papier-mache Stafford isn't hurt again.  As far as the Niners go, the rest of their schedule looks like this:

Cleveland
@Washington
New York Giants
Arizona
@Baltimore
St. Louis
@Arizona
Pittsburgh
@Seattle
@St. Louis

To me, there's one almost certain loss in there (@ Baltimore).  The rest look like likely wins or at least toss-ups.  The tougher teams (Giants, Pittsburgh) are at home, with home-and-homes left against the mediocre Cardinals and dreadful Rams.  There's not a lot of losses in there if the 49ers just play competently.  At 5-1 and this schedule the rest of the way, the 49ers could challenge for a first weekend bye.

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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2011 11:54 pm
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DaNkinator wrote: Can we finally get the ball rolling for the "Fire Jim Caldwell because he's a clueless fucking hack" campaign?   Jesus fucking Christ.  He continues to allow that stupid as retarded fuck Tampa Two shit and allow the receivers to get open and keep getting tons of yardage.

Blitz.  Pressure.  Fucking Bubba Gump looking idiot.

And I don't know where Stingmark's coming up with this Sanchez love fest notion.  He gets ripped 90% of the time for his play, I sure don't see or hear anyone claiming he's in anyway a top QB.  Most say he's an inconsistent play maker that has a lot to learn.


I miswrote what I was trying to say....I dont think he sucks, I just think he has been overhyped, due to him being on the Jets, and so many people @ the time, liking the Jets and Rex Ryan. I'm in agreeance, that he's @ best inconsistant. I didnt want to say he was mediocre, but he's not VG either, he's just an avg qb(like Joe Flacco, who I compared him to), he(Sanchez)plays just well enough, to play, but nothing more. I do think ESPN and other outlets though, hype him to extreme's @ times, due to just what i said, him being on the Jets, and Ryan being the coach. If Sanchez, were on just about any other team, he'd be a Jason Cambell type IMO.

 

Plus, media outlets, seem to hype him up as some sort of qb god, b/c he played @ USC. Most of the USC qb's of recent past, have stunk, and aren't very good.

 

Just my opinion on all.



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To me, there's one almost certain loss in there (@ Baltimore). 
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The way Flacco has been playing this year the Niners have a decent chance against them.



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 Posted: Tue Oct 25th, 2011 05:57 am
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tofu_chipmunk wrote: mike3775 wrote: Maybe, maybe not.  I'm not sold on the 49ers and I really expect them to turn into normal form soon, much like it seems Detroit has the past 2 weeks.

But if Denver wins 3 or more in a  row with Tebow as QB, I will give him the credit he deserves


  Detroit is still in good position to capture a wild card if papier-mache Stafford isn't hurt again. 
Thats what worries me. 

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Benlen wrote: tofu_chipmunk
To me, there's one almost certain loss in there (@ Baltimore). 
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The way Flacco has been playing this year the Niners have a decent chance against them.

Very true.  Flacco looked terrible last night. 

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