Why bother? He's gonna flame out, and it will be worthless in a few years.
I have no axe to grind, but his style of play is going to open him up to injury. That and he is borderline average to above average to begin with.
If only Taylor Windham played for the Bengals.
Honestly though, you cheered on this here board when he got hurt and now hoping for it to happen again, sounds like an ax grinding session to me.
Throwing motions, I will give you that. Tebow is a bullrushing spread QB who can hit like a linebacker playing QB. He has been lucky in college, but I don't see it translating over to the pro's.
As for Tebow its nice and all that he scored, but he will learn real quick you don't do that on the last play of a preseasn game. The object is to get ready and come out with minimal injuries. Tebow also has to learn that if he wants to be a QB in the NFL he can't take hits like he did from Hebert.
why is it when it comes to autographs money is the first thing that comes to mind? the dudes probably are a fan of his, and wanted his autograph big deal, if that constitutes throwing someone out that is just stupid
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This is an extension of the old saying about "no cheering in the press box." If a guy has a media credential, he's supposed to be doing his job when he's in the locker room, and being a fanboy isn't part of the job description.
Not saying that media members never get autographs for their kids or anything, but there's a time and a place.
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Probably was Ken Broo
Very unprofessional. They deserved to be booted, IMHO.
You know as a media member you are not supposed to do that.
(On a side note, I question why they would want Tebow's autograph. Most seriously overhyped and overrated professional athlete ever)
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