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I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

Posted on: November 17, 2011 11:39 pm
Edited on: November 17, 2011 11:43 pm
 
Now, I'm not saying what Tebow is doing will last. I doubt it will. Eventually the NFL will catch up to this madness of an offense. But it is impossible not to appreciate, enjoy, be stunned, be amazed, at what he is doing.

You have to raise a toast to Tebow. You have to. Nothing like this has been done in the NFL since the Wildcat and this is even more impressive. That Jets defense Tebow was singlehandedly destroying is pretty good. Not great. But good. He was humiliating the Jets. Absolutely humiliating them.

The Jets should be ashamed of themselves but we have to give credit to Tebow.

I thought the Jets would crush Tebow. Finally, they'd expose him. Then he does that.

I'm in shock. The entire league is in shock right now.

But more than anything, the Tebow doubters, like me, have to take a step back.

And appreciate what we're seeing because this is remarkable stuff.
Category: NFL
Tags: Broncos
 
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Since: Dec 13, 2009
Posted on: November 18, 2011 2:10 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

Did you notice how elway looked like someone shot his dog after tebow scored?  He later was up clapping but his first reaction was priceless.  As a passer Tebow has been excutiatingly bad. he wasn't that bad in college.   Even as a runner he mainly just ran in open space.  Shrugged off an arm tackle or 2 but that was it.  i can't imagine what he will do if he has to score more than 17 points in a game



Since: Jul 3, 2011
Posted on: November 18, 2011 2:10 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

IMO, the "Option" is super boring to watch and rather annoying.  It is bad enough when it is run in college football but seeing it in the NFL is just not right.  It was nice to see the Jets lose though.  Maybe Ryan will finally shut his big mouth for the rest of the season.


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Since: May 18, 2011
Posted on: November 18, 2011 2:07 pm
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Since: Mar 10, 2007
Posted on: November 18, 2011 2:07 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

Read ESPN's analysis of how Jets D contained the Bronocos for 3 QTRS and how they changed from a succesful 3-4 in the last 12 plays of the game. You know why Ryan changed? because he saw Tebow beat oakland, miami and KC WITH HIS ARM, and he had to defend against it or watch Decker catch another TD and beat them anyway. Did the Oakland D lay down? Miami? (well that's a trick question). Did KC choke too... of course not. They got BEATEN just like the Jets. 

You wanna throw up at the prospect of having to give Tebow even one iota of credit for taking a team that was one of the worst in the nation last seaosn and going 4-1, 5-5 and a half game out of 1st place... I know. But grab the sick bag and face the facts, watch the video: Tebow and his O-Line just plain old beat the Jets when the chips were down. After some great plays in the air and on the ground, The Blitz call may have been ill-advised but Tebow read it, played it and ran around it perfectly for the win.

I know it will take a long time for you so don't rush it... deep breaths... Because if you hate this now? If you think tebow is overexposed now?

JUST WAIT TILL THE BRONCOS MAKE THE PLAYOFFS!!!

muahhhhhhh muuuahhahaha muhhahahhaha 



Since: Nov 11, 2011
Posted on: November 18, 2011 2:04 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

All those Tebow lovers seem to ignore the fact that in their last 8 possessions before the last one they went 3 and out. You do that against a good offensive team like the Texans or Cowboys and you're so far behind what you do on the last drive will not matter. Look what happened when they faced the Lions and Packers. They put up 45 and 49 points, try running that low scoring Denver offense then and see what happens. They got lucky against the Raiders because they had just lost their QB and Carlson Palmer was just getting into shape and throwing interceptions all around. Basically if this team gets more than 14 behind they are in serious trouble because they do not have the offense to catch up.



Since: Aug 16, 2006
Posted on: November 18, 2011 2:04 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

Von Miller reminds me of a Tom Jackson or Mike Singletary.  Just awesome! 



Since: Aug 13, 2008
Posted on: November 18, 2011 2:01 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

I can't wait to see the Bears play Denver.  The Bears are going to hammer them.  Final score 35-3.



Since: Aug 16, 2006
Posted on: November 18, 2011 2:00 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

I love a few of the posts about Tim Tebow out there.  I yes I do love watching this odd ball way of playing football.  I about lept out of my skin at the end of that game.

But I am also in total awe of Von Miller.  What a BEAST!  Great job by the Denver Bronco Defense.



Since: Nov 7, 2008
Posted on: November 18, 2011 1:41 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

Anyone who has ever played the game or even has watched it for a while could see the Jets severly choked and were unprepared last night.  It was  a joke of a performance on both sides of the ball.  On that final run by Tebow, the end (might have been a CB) took one of the worst lines and lost contain which let Tebow out to roam.  You would think that teams in the NFL would be able to stop a basic option offense with a QB who can't throw.  Who cares if he is a "winner" or not, if you know what is coming, it shouldn't be that hard to stop.

And not Tebow has two cake games in a row before they get the Bears.  So the myth of Tebow should continue to rise.  And, the entire defensive staff for the Jets should be fired on the spot.  Sure they only gave up 200-ish yards of offense, but they gave it up to a one dimentional team running a gimic offense.  Zone blocking or no zone blocking, if you know they are going to run it 80% of the time and the other 20% of the time you know the QB is horribly inaccurate, run the damn defense most kids ran in non passing high school games.  It worked there with bad athletes like myself, I would imagine it would kill with what we thought was a top 5 defense.

Jets are a fraud and the Broncos took advantage of that.  But then again, good teams beat the teams they are supposed to beat, and I think we learned last night which team was better....



Since: Jun 5, 2011
Posted on: November 18, 2011 1:34 pm
 

I'm in a state of Tebow-induced shock

The thing Tebow has going for him is that he seems to play his best ball late in the games when the outcome is still up for grabs.  Also, you have to give big props to the Denver D, they have been terrific which has allowed Tebow to work his late game magic.  I'm definately not a Bronco fan but I enjoy rooting for Tebow.  I think the late Al Davis would like him, he just wins , baby.


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