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Ten off-radar potential destinations for Tebow

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For weeks, I’ve been pushing the Tebow-to-Jacksonville or Tebow-to-Miami theory if/when Peyton Manning picks the Broncos.  Not long after that the “if” has become a “when,” I reiterated that idea, throwing out the Patriots as an option that at first blush looked like a ridiculous proposition but given the presence of former Broncos coach Josh McDaniels and head coach Bill Belichick (close friend of Tebow’s former Florida coach, Urban Meyer) and in light of Belichick’s penchant for outside-the-box thinking, it makes plenty of sense to make Tebow into something other than a quarterback.

But are there other not-so-obvious destinations?  Teams that shouldn’t be interested but, when considering all factors, maybe should be.

It’s a given that any team that acquires Tebow, whether he’s traded or, quite possibly, cut would face a significant decision:  (1) install Tebow as the starting quarterback and design an offense that suits his strengths and minimizes his weaknesses; (2) make him a backup, part-time quarterback (which would require one playbook for Tebow and one for the “real” quarterback); or (3) move him to a new position.  On the other side of the coin, Tebow will generate significant interest, not just in football circles but in the mainstream media.  Ultra-casual fans who watch only the Super Bowl will start following Tebow’s new team.  It will be an opportunity to craft a truly national brand.

So taking those important business realities into account, let’s consider the teams that should at least have the conversation regarding whether there’s a way to bring Tebowmania to town without unnecessarily undermining football interests — and notwithstanding Brian Billick’s warning about the Broncos’ effort to move Tebow:  “If they don’t want him, why should I?”

And so which teams should consider Tebow, either as a full-time quarterback (not likely), part-time gimmick quarterback (more likely) or “football player” to be used at a position to be determined (most likely)?

1.  The Rams.  

They volunteered to play in England in part because they believe that it will make them like the Cowboys and Steelers.  It won’t.

Tebow could.

Throw in the ongoing struggles to sell tickets (sellouts undoubtedly come from owner Stan Kroenke buying up the unsold seats at 34 cents on the dollar) and a possible move to Los Angeles, and Tebow makes plenty of sense wearing horns from a creature other than, you know, the devil.

2.  The Vikings.

Speaking of horns, Tebow could help maximize local interest during what could be a lame-duck season in Minnesota.  The Vikings are getting no closer to getting a new stadium built.  Tebowmania could be the thing that gets it done.

3.  The Bengals.

Wanna sell those empty seats at Paul Brown Stadium?  Put Tebow in orange and black.

He’s relatively inexpensive, and he’d help owner Mike Brown shed, to some extent, the perception that he isn’t interested in doing something bold.

4.  The Saints.

What better way to push the Bountygate mess off the front page than to give coach Sean Payton a unique weapon?

Once, of course, Payton’s likely suspension ends.

5.  The Eagles.

If coach Andy Reid can’t turn Tebow into a traditional passer, no one can.

Given what Reid did with Mike Vick, the Eagles may make the most sense of any team.

6.  The Cowboys.

America’s Team can’t be America’s Team without the most popular NFL player in America.

They’d have more than 100,000 for every home game — assuming they can get enough seats installed in time.

7.  The Steelers.

Offensive coordinator Todd Haley would surely love nothing more than to be the guy who finds a way to get the most out of Tebow.

Especially since his nemesis Josh McDaniels got fired before he could really try.

8.  The Colts.

Concerned that fans won’t show up to watch a crappy team?  Add Tebow.  They’ll be there.

9.  The Buccaneers.

The Bucs bought several big-name (and big-money) free agents in order to fill up a half-empty stadium.

For a lot less money, they could sell the place out every week by adding Tebow.

10.  The Chiefs.

Spurned by Peyton Manning an developing a penchant for taking quality players cast aside by division rivals, why not give Tebow the chance to return to Denver once per year?

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178 Responses to “Ten off-radar potential destinations for Tebow”
  1. grizzlyfox says: Mar 19, 2012 9:40 PM

    120 off the radar potential destinations for Tim Tebow:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_NCAA_Division_I_FBS_football_programs

  2. sportsmeccabi says: Mar 19, 2012 9:40 PM

    Run the double shotgun, read option pass offense in Carolina with Cam. Could be fun.

  3. kilo0986 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:40 PM

    I just want to thank my lord and saviour Jesus Christ that the broncos are getting a real qb

  4. beartime333 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    …Tebow… SMH….

  5. sean6886 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    I think you’re giving Tebow wayyy to much credit.

  6. mrmarcus55 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    How about cfl? Or arena?

  7. aflak305 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    Well he ain’t coming to Miami unless we play him and then we honor him. What a joke.

  8. jets13 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    Tebow to the Patriots, forget the mcdaniels thing…..BB was rumored to want to draft him in the 2nd round…..now he can get him for a 5th….that’s a jackpot for BB and the patriots system

  9. 28loose says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    The Colts? Are you stupid? They are getting Andrew Luck. People will be there. There is still a long wait list for season tickets. I’m sure Luck would love having Tebow-mania in Indy. NOT HAPPENING.

    Half of these teams are on here just to sell seats. Why don’t you try to actually analyze the situation instead of just copping out by saying “Tebow will sell the place out.”

  10. pestilence1972 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    Here is the logic for the Vikes:
    1. Ponder did not impress anyone last year.
    2. Tebow makes any lack of WRs less worrisome.
    3. Reunited with Harvin (a pseudo WR).
    4. Instant perfect backup in Joe Webb.
    5. Power Running Game with Tebow, Harvin, Adrian Peterson, and Gerhart.
    6. How else can the Vikings hope to compete in perhaps the strongest division in the NFC? Mix it up!
    7. Stadium drive needs momentum.

  11. sprest83 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    You forgot the most logical destination, IFL or Burger King.

  12. zerodime says: Mar 19, 2012 9:42 PM

    If Tebow goes to the Chief, Quinn will throw his helmet against a locker and say “Damn it! Now I’m Done!”

  13. philly4lyfe says: Mar 19, 2012 9:42 PM

    The day tebow is an eagle will be the day I stop watching football.

  14. We'reFineThere says: Mar 19, 2012 9:42 PM

    Tebow is also left handed like Vick. Just fueling the fire.

  15. hawkitnow says: Mar 19, 2012 9:42 PM

    Spokesperson for ChristianMingle.com?

  16. paxtonboyd says: Mar 19, 2012 9:43 PM

    Yeah, he could REALLY fill the hole at running back for the Bengals!

  17. faderwader says: Mar 19, 2012 9:43 PM

    Why no mention of the Browns?!?!? They have basically told Colt McCoy to get used to the bench and they aren’t even mentioned!?!?!? President Mike’s ego is big enough to think he can help Timmy, right?

  18. maxvv says: Mar 19, 2012 9:43 PM

    Seems all Timmy can offer a team are ticket sales and media attention. That says a lot about the priorities of the unfortunate team that eventually decides to bite on this guy.

  19. eswanny11 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:44 PM

    Honestly I think Belichick would be able to find a way to turn him into a weapon. Not as a QB though. Look at what he did with Vrabel coming off the line and out of the back field. He would be a master-mind, and teams wouldn’t know how to game plan against it.

  20. clarkisgod says: Mar 19, 2012 9:44 PM

    Maybe he can throw to T.O. on the wranglers!

  21. rantfire says: Mar 19, 2012 9:44 PM

    As an Eagles fan, it is a great fear of mine that Reid will decide to take up another QB project like this one. I think it would be a horrible distraction, especially after all the nonsense last year.

    Tebow is a great person, i don’t know that it’s all his fault, but somehow his presence on a team suddenly makes it all about him. The last thing we need to worry about is a pointless QB competition after Vick misses a game.

  22. joenash72 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:44 PM

    Thank God (pun fully intended) Seahawks got Matt Flynn

  23. raiderinva says: Mar 19, 2012 9:45 PM

    Mike….

    Once again you missed the boat. Timmy Tebow will be playing in Centro Sportivo Italiano next year.

    Timmy will be the Clericus Cup MVP, put it on the board…. Championship

  24. 7ransponder says: Mar 19, 2012 9:45 PM

    I don’t get it, Tebowmania only works when the team is winning. Most, if not all, of these teams are not going to install an offense that works with the Tebow style.

  25. beltlessbuckler says: Mar 19, 2012 9:46 PM

    Yeah why don’t you include CFL and Arena league teams too. Most of the cities listed have knowledgeable fans that would boo the sight of Tebow in their uniforms, they prefer winners ON the field, not off.

  26. teal379 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:46 PM

    Can we PLEASE get off the “Andy Reid is a QB guru” talk?

    Seriously – what QB he’s coached has won a Superbowl? What QB has he coached to a HOF career? How many NFL MVP’s? Heck – I’d settle for any QB of his that’s left Philly and done something somewhere else?

    If I had a guy, a QB that was lacking some refinement – I’d send him to McCarthy LONG before Reid.

    Flynn might be a bust but he played a game better than any starter ever did for Reid.

  27. wtfchiefs says: Mar 19, 2012 9:46 PM

    I swear if the Chiefs sign Tebow You will see me, a grown man, cry real tears.

    That would be the entire QB squad from the 2011 Broncos signed by the Chiefs in less than one calendar year btw

  28. xpensivewinos says: Mar 19, 2012 9:46 PM

    Buffalo has to be in the mix.

    I think the criteria really has to include teams with quarterbacks that can realistically be taken off the field in the red zone. Brees, Vick, Romo, Roethlisberger???????? No way those guys come off the field when their team is about to score. Ain’t gonna happen.

    That leaves Miami in play…..

  29. hpeters77 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:46 PM

    Tebow to the saints. Headlines: Tebow really is a saint. I like it who dat

  30. dell52 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:47 PM

    Call me crazy, but I think the best place for him to go would be Green Bay. Now hear me out. Tebow goes to Green Bay, a place known for their fans. They will give him respect there and there is no way he is going to be the starter, so there’s no debate. He provides a quality upgrade from Graham Harrell as a backup QB, can learn from one of the best QBs in the game, and if by chance Rodgers does go down, he will look great in the system. Matt Flynn looked great in this system, and i’m not saying that he isn’t a good quarterback, but when his Offensive Coordinator offers him basically nothing to lead his team, that raises a huge red flag to me. He can go there, start over, learn from one the best and be put in a pro style system that utilizes the spread on a regular basis. Probably won’t happen, but I think it would work out great for both Green Bay and Tim.

  31. yelix says: Mar 19, 2012 9:47 PM

    Charles, Hillis, McCluster, and Tebow sounds like a pretty good running game!

  32. phillyphever says: Mar 19, 2012 9:47 PM

    I will burn all my Eagles stuff if they sign Tebow.

  33. johnnyb216 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:48 PM

    How bout the packers? Mccarthy can make a qb out of just about anybody. Except for Brian brohm of course.

  34. bigginger1 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:49 PM

    Brady Quinn would be Soooo mad if Tebow showed up in KC…

  35. cuda1234 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:50 PM

    Maybe he could join TO on the Allen Wranglers

  36. driftw00d says: Mar 19, 2012 9:50 PM

    Yes I’m sure the Chiefs would like to rerun the Denver Quinn Tebow drama.

  37. sod61 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:51 PM

    Hey sprest83, will tebow be taking your place at Burger King?

  38. johnschatzan says: Mar 19, 2012 9:51 PM

    Umm the bills? They were looking at him in the draft. Not to mention they already seen a rise in sales with Mario. And gailey uses these type of gimmick/gadget players. Example being kordell Stewart and bras smith.

  39. cardsfann1 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:52 PM

    Saints make sense to me. He is better than Chase Daniel and Brees is getting older in NFL years…

  40. cowboysallday says: Mar 19, 2012 9:52 PM

    (2) make him a backup, part-time quarterback (which would require one playbook for Tebow and one for the “real” quarterback

    I don’t agree with that..you bring in Tebow as a backup and you automatically create quarterback controversy with all the fans that want him to start.

  41. justwinbaby29 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:52 PM

    Sounds crazy but how about the Raiders? If for nothing else but to get info about Denver (along with coach Dennis Allen) and to use in some packages. Raiders need a back-up for Carson Palmer. Tebow is better than Kyle Boller.

  42. mbart82 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:53 PM

    It makes me sick that there are that many people out there that give 1/2 a sh!t about what happens to tebow. The guy proved it last yr that yes he may have been a good college qb but has no skills as a NFL qb. I shot ducks that look just like his long ball every fall. STAY AWAY FROM MN TEBOW! I would rather endure another 3-13 season!

  43. shieldsisland37 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:53 PM

    Dell, Tebow will not look good in the “system”. Do you know what the GB system is? Its 80 yard bombs and back shoulder throws. Its pinpoint passes 40 yards down the field. Its not even a system. Its called talent. God, how much football have you even watched in your life?

  44. kingdm8 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:53 PM

    Every one of these teams either has an established QB, just drafted a QB high or is about to draft a QB high. The only one with a questionable situation is the Chiefs. Here’s my list:

    1. Dolphins. They can’t get more mediocre than Matt Moore.
    2. Jaguars. Did anyone think Gabbert resembled an NFL QB last year? Didn’t think so.
    3. Bills. Did anyone think Fitzpatrick resembled an NFL QB last year. Didn’t think so.
    4. Jets. Tebowmania in New York? Match made in heaven.
    5. Browns. Nobody can throw the ball in Cleveland’s crappy weather so his lack of skills won’t matter.

  45. laeaglefan says: Mar 19, 2012 9:54 PM

    No way Tebow ends up on the Eagles. That’s the most ridiculous idea I’ve ever heard.

  46. brownsalwaysrebuilding says: Mar 19, 2012 9:54 PM

    I’m happy the Browns aren’t on the list.

  47. ductguy says: Mar 19, 2012 9:55 PM

    Since day one I said tebow would be a decent if not good HB/TE

  48. quadya says: Mar 19, 2012 9:56 PM

    He’s not going anywhere unless he’s willing to change positions.

  49. 123makarov says: Mar 19, 2012 9:57 PM

    “If coach Andy Reid can’t turn Tebow into a traditional passer, no one can.”

    That’s easy. No one can. His accuracy, motion, and footwork are all terrible.

    It would be interesting to see Tebow as an H-back in the NFL, but no sane GM is going to take on $4.5M in salary guarantees to convert him. There might be an insane owner or two out there, though, concerned more with jersey and ticket sales than actually winning games.

    The Broncos will end up cutting Tebow at the appropriate time, when they can spread his remaining guaranteed salary over into next year. Where he goes then is anybody’s guess.

  50. jenniferxxx says: Mar 19, 2012 9:57 PM

    No sane organization will volunteer for all that Tebow drama.

  51. dell52 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:57 PM

    @shieldsisland37

    Yes it is a pass based offense, but when Flynn got there he was no where near the passer he is today. Besides, a lot of the packers throws are quick slants, curls, and yes back shoulder throws. It would require a little bit of tweaking to fit Tebow, but it’s a system he could grow in.

    And i’ve watched quite a bit of football in my life. Have a nice day

  52. jh500 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:00 PM

    Tebow can’t even throw a spiral, and we are supposed to believe Reid can turn Tebow into a ‘traditional’ passer?

  53. The Overtime Sports Talk Show says: Mar 19, 2012 10:01 PM

    For all of the TEBOW Hate, he’ll be on someone’s NFL roster cashing checks a lot bigger than ESPN’s Merrill Hodges.

  54. discosucs2005 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:02 PM

    @teal379

    You might need to check Wikipedia. I think you are forgetting someone.

  55. raiderinva says: Mar 19, 2012 10:02 PM

    As a Raider fan…….

    There is a sunny side to not having the cap space to sign Timmy Tebow.

    Thank you Al

  56. bishopslappytruelove says: Mar 19, 2012 10:03 PM

    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers! They have cool jerseys!

  57. We'reFineThere says: Mar 19, 2012 10:03 PM

    teal379 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:46 PM

    Can we PLEASE get off the “Andy Reid is a QB guru” talk?

    Seriously – what QB he’s coached has won a Superbowl? What QB has he coached to a HOF career? How many NFL MVP’s? Heck – I’d settle for any QB of his that’s left Philly and done something somewhere else?

    If I had a guy, a QB that was lacking some refinement – I’d send him to McCarthy LONG before Reid.

    Flynn might be a bust but he played a game better than any starter ever did for Reid.

    ——-

    lol Brett Favre on your own team, clown. The league didn’t start last year.

  58. shieldsisland37 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:04 PM

    Dell, its called practice. Flynn practiced making all those throws for 2 or 3 years before he had his shot. News flash, he did not score all those points and yards on slants and curls. He was launching pinpoint bombs down field. Now explain to me how long it would take Tebow to develop like that? 5 years?

  59. tharoostah says: Mar 19, 2012 10:05 PM

    I don’t think you could be any more long by saying ” as a full-time quarterback (not likely), part-time gimmick quarterback (more likely) or “football player” to be used at a position to be determined (most likely)?”

    Chances of a GM wanting to take on the the Tim Tebow circus only for him to play a position that no one know how good he can be at? None.

    Chances of GM or HC wanting to bring in him in as a part-time or gimmick QB if they think the have another “real qb”. Slim to none. This is basically self destruction, Tebow mania will infect your fan base, ruin any chances of winning with your “real QB”. The slim chance I give this of happening is that a team like the Dolphins, Jaguars, or Vikings, get him then he can’t win the starting job so they give him a package to work with.

    The most likely scenario is that a team brings him in as a full time QB. This would be strictly a business decision by upper management from a team who already knows that can’t win so they deciede to sell tickets while not winning for a year or two get a high draft pick. Let Tebowmania run his course and let Tim prove that he is not good enough to be in the NFL and move on.

  60. firegoodell says: Mar 19, 2012 10:05 PM

    If the steelers sign him I will pitch all my steelers stuff in the trash and quit watching NFL football….

    and by the way – anyone reading and posting here could have written the same lame as* article – if this is what passes for writing on a website – sign me up…I am in the wrong profession.

  61. jkapps3 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:07 PM

    I found this article quite disturbing. It made me realize this is the kind of crazy move Andy Reid might actually make…I guess they consider him a guru because he made #5 look like a decent QB for years?

  62. teal379 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:08 PM

    discosucs2005 says:
    Mar 19, 2012 10:02 PM
    @teal379

    You might need to check Wikipedia. I think you are forgetting someone.

    *******************************************

    I did – he became QB coach AFTER Favre won the SB. I didn’t forget anyone.

    Reid was named the Packers’ quarterbacks coach in 1997, the season after the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI. Favre had already been successful BEFORE Reid was his coach.

  63. canadianvikingfaniii says: Mar 19, 2012 10:08 PM

    Really, Ponder has had less than one year under centre and you clowns are till trying to find a replacement. I didn’t know rookie QBs were judged solely on their first year and then kicked to the curb if they don’t make it to the playoffs or win the division. Why we are at it why don’t we make this thing retroactive and dump all the feet QBs of now and past who had non-stellar first seasons…

    Hell the guy didn’t even get a full offseason.

    I think people also fail to realize the Vikings will not be in contention for the NFCN for at least two years. At Least! They have more holes than a bullet riddled block of Swiss Cheese. It more than offence, it’s the whole team.

  64. yelix says: Mar 19, 2012 10:10 PM

    You guys are acting like Tebow would be going to these teams to play QB. He could just be an “offensive specialist” who comes in for short yardage draws, wildcat plays, and trick plays. Could actually work in KC.

  65. kenny1976 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:11 PM

    I could see the Jets picking Tebow up. They run alot of gadget plays.Not to mention they got to witness Tebow in action last year BEATING them.
    He could fill the leon Washington/ Brad Smith Wildcat position.

  66. knicks4life says: Mar 19, 2012 10:12 PM

    Bucs for cheap

  67. coop16 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:14 PM

    I think I’m going to be the only one to post a comment like this, but I don’t see Tebow as a hopeless cause. He’s big, strong, young, healthy, has a good arm, has won games in the league (including a playoff game), and unlike some NFL players, he’s never going to end up standing in a police lineup at 3 a.m.

    Does he need to learn and improve? Absolutely, but so do most young quarterbacks. At least he has size, arm strength and a willingness to work hard. You could do a lot worse when looking for a young backup QB to groom. And unlike most young backup QBs, this one sells tickets. If I were running a team, I’d be tempted to give him a chance.

  68. okeedokeesmokee says: Mar 19, 2012 10:14 PM

    Local Jags radio stations are saying TT is willing to change positions to come home to Jax. I guess that Gene Smith is out of a job now.lol GOOD!

  69. nyjad says: Mar 19, 2012 10:19 PM

    you should put the jets on the list too. Sanchez kind of sucks, fat rex loves his wildcat, and fist pumps sparano is the OC.

  70. bengalsmofo says: Mar 19, 2012 10:20 PM

    Well, the Bengals DO need a running back…

  71. davidrodney87 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:21 PM

    As a Bengals fan, no no no no no!

    I don’t care if they sell out seats, I want wins. Dalton to Green and further building on their current strategy is what will get them there.

  72. randomjim says: Mar 19, 2012 10:21 PM

    Vikings have Joe Webb. Besides popularity, he has more than Tebow has shown.

  73. christhefish says: Mar 19, 2012 10:22 PM

    The Vikings won’t be interested. Why put new tires on a car you are trying to sell?

  74. ericn42000 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:22 PM

    Better file unemployment!!!!

  75. profootballwalk says: Mar 19, 2012 10:22 PM

    I say Indy. Colts fans think they’re God’s gift to the planet – it’s a perfect fit!

  76. wtfru2 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:22 PM

    Okay Vikings, 8th round pick for him is fair! Oh, hold it there aren’t 8 rounds.

  77. hutch76 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:25 PM

    If I’m Tebow I’m hoping to somehow land in San Francisco to play for the guy who turned the last ” bust” from an Urban Mayer offense into a solid NFL QB in a single year. If Harbaugh can’t save him, he’ll be off the the league where they punt on 3rd down.

  78. dicecoldsr says: Mar 19, 2012 10:25 PM

    As a Vikings fan all I can say is “oh no, please dont”.

  79. jets8080 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:27 PM

    Ok ok ok….can be realistic please….I’m tried of this tebow crap. He is overrated, can’t throw, and shouldn’t be in the NFL. Tebow should join the free agents list and stay there….

  80. psychonolfi says: Mar 19, 2012 10:28 PM

    The Lord’s will….paper or plastic, maam.

  81. thousandcasts says: Mar 19, 2012 10:29 PM

    Tebow is such a bad QB that not even Calvin Johnson would be able to catch his passes. And somehow he’s going to get that fixed by just going to another team?

  82. mtheparrothead says: Mar 19, 2012 10:31 PM

    You know what’s sad? Your not obvious predictions are the places that stand a chance.

  83. khuxford says: Mar 19, 2012 10:32 PM

    I’d snap if my Jets tried to get him (and not in a good way). If KC got him, with much sadness, I’d help Quinn pick out the best bridge.

  84. sfsaintsfan says: Mar 19, 2012 10:34 PM

    Tebow to the Saints.

    Maybe he can play Defense, since they have been a “soft” defense for so many years.

  85. savvybynature says: Mar 19, 2012 10:36 PM

    I think the author is failing to realize that Tebowmania took off because the dude was starting and winning games in a very improbable, dramatic fashion.
    I don’t think many fans are going to spend a lot of money to go watch him sit on the bench. Now if they have a package of plays for him to get on the field, sure, but I don’t think too many coaches would be keen on the idea of ownership forcing someone out on the field to sell tickets.

  86. 7to10for6allday says: Mar 19, 2012 10:38 PM

    I’d take tebow to back up Vick, why not? As long as Vick is healthy, tebow won’t play much. Besides, Reid can trade him next year for another 2nd rd pick.

  87. teal379 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:38 PM

    We’reFineThere says:
    ——-

    lol Brett Favre on your own team, clown. The league didn’t start last year.

    *******************************

    Well, clown, Reid wasn’t his QB coach until AFTER he won a SB. Favre had ALREADY won and been successful.

    So again, Reid hasn’t coached a SB winning QB and considering Favre didn’t do a thing SB wise SINCE Reid became his QB coach (for what – 2 years before he went to Philly) I’d say Reid apparently didn’t help him all that much.

  88. deconjonesbitchslap says: Mar 19, 2012 10:39 PM

    the vikings probably didn’t even know peyton manning was available.

  89. tangysizzl says: Mar 19, 2012 10:39 PM

    Mike McCarthy did say he’d love to work with Tebow before he was drafted by the Broncos. Thats the only connection GB has ever had to Tebow.

    I highly doubt Ted Thompson would trade for him even for a 5th rounder and Im not even sure I would want him to but the guy isn’t chopped liver. He is a pretty good football player, just not neccesarily a QB in the traditional sense.

    Remember when God told Reggie White to come to GB, and when God told Randall Cobb to return a kickoff 8 yards deep when he wasn’t supposed to and took it to the house. Maybe just maybe God will get involved in this one too, the other two worked out pretty well.

  90. mtheparrothead says: Mar 19, 2012 10:40 PM

    8 of your 10 are all ticket related. Just admit this kid doesn’t have the chops.

  91. habsfanatic says: Mar 19, 2012 10:44 PM

    C’mon Mike, you missed an obvious location. Where’s a place with few WRs with an offensive philosophy grounded in the run game and with a coach familiar with Tebow?

    Think Silver and Black…

    Look out Carson, her comes Timmy!!!

  92. 52ismycopilot says: Mar 19, 2012 10:45 PM

    I think he will end up with the Pats. BB will find a way to use him. Like him or not, he is very athletic and can make plays. FB , TE and maybe some QB packages. I think it’s the best place for him.

  93. brkyle89 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:47 PM

    I don’t believe that Tebowmania will take hold by bringing Tebow in to hold a clipboard or play tight end. I would bring him in to compete for the position or serve as a backup to a QB who will be headed to the bench if things go badly early. Tebow did a decent job in that role this past year.

    I do find it funny, by the way, how so many everyday fans are are now experts on quarterback footwork and mechanics when discussing Tim Tebow. Philip Rivers throws the football like a shot put, but no one discusses his mechanics.

  94. jfrogwi says: Mar 19, 2012 10:50 PM

    McCarthy loves the FB/TE players. Partly because they double as special teamers (don’t see Tebow doing that), and partly because they can do different things in the offense. I could see Tebow in Green Bay primarily as one of these hybrid role players, and secondarily as a 3rd string quarterback. Makes more sense than some of the teams listed in the top ten list. I would have no objection to giving up a 5th round pick for the guy.

  95. phillyfreak24 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:51 PM

    teal379 says:
    Mar 19, 2012 9:46 PM
    Can we PLEASE get off the “Andy Reid is a QB guru” talk?

    Seriously – what QB he’s coached has won a Superbowl? What QB has he coached to a HOF career? How many NFL MVP’s? Heck – I’d settle for any QB of his that’s left Philly and done something somewhere else?

    If I had a guy, a QB that was lacking some refinement – I’d send him to McCarthy LONG before Reid.

    Flynn might be a bust but he played a game better than any starter ever did for Reid.
    ————————————————–Andy Reid was the Quarterback coach from 1992-1998 for the Green Bay Packers and a certain Future HOF comes to mind that he coached up, Brett Favre.. Just saying

  96. fatfreddystubbs says: Mar 19, 2012 10:52 PM

    I’d take Tebow on the Eagles for the next year or two. You’d have an inaccurate left-handed QB that will never win a Super Bowl replacing an inaccurate left-handed QB that will never win a Super Bowl who also happens to be total piece of crap. (should also be noted that Tebow has more playoff wins the last two years than said piece of crap).

  97. rodell77 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:53 PM

    Tebow in Dallas…..Jerry could make that work. The worlds most valuable franchise with only one playoff win since 96. Yea Boss Hog can make money off that.

  98. ezra954 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:53 PM

    he can go for number 11 start his own football league full of virgins and future kid touchers

  99. concernedcitizen001 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:54 PM

    I think this “Tebow will FILL a stadium” thing is getting a little out of hand. Does he have a following? Definitely. Will thousands of extra fans flock to see a quarterback who can barely muster a spiral on a marginal team? Maybe, but doubtful.

    And I love how all the Tebowmaniacs were b!tching about how Tebow had “no one” to throw to, or else the Broncos would have been a LOT better. And now that it looks like Timmy’s out and Peyton’s in (with pretty much the same supporting cast), the Bronco’s are Super Bowl contenders. Just an interesting observation.

  100. kenrw1 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:55 PM

    I think if the Jaguars can get Tim Tebow for a decent price they should get him. They already have the coaches in place that can make Tim Tebow a better quarterback. They coaches were hand selected to help a struggling Blaine Gabbert, why not let them try to get something out of Tebow too.

  101. swagjag says: Mar 19, 2012 10:58 PM

    Tebow is a Kardashian. He sucks but you cannot go 10 minutes without seeing something on him.

  102. loytomaki says: Mar 19, 2012 10:59 PM

    if the eagles could get him for a song they should. Andy Reid makes mediocher qb’s good all the time. Vick is likely to moss 2-4 games most years and the offense could be similar in the sense that you can have some designed runs that the line is used to blocking for. Obviously he can not throw like Vick but he can run. Also not being in the b belt would keep fan chatter to a minimum.

  103. xtb3 says: Mar 19, 2012 10:59 PM

    Tebow should take a year off and go play for the CFL Toronto Argonauts who then wou;d seell out all year. He’s perfect for the CFL game just like Flutie was. Then he could come back and join the Raiders as they overtake the Broncos.

  104. ahs2 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:01 PM

    Unless he winds up a starting QB (yeah, right), I can’t see how he’s going to fill extra seats as a back up or in bit role. Touches = more seats…

  105. yssupasigninnamnotyep says: Mar 19, 2012 11:03 PM

    What the hell makes you think that just because Teblow is in town that tickets will automatically fly off the shelves?

    People don’t go to games to watch guys roam the sidelines…which is exactly what he is going to do. This was his one shot at starting, and no sooner did Elway say he deserved to be the starter in 2012…then he plunged a knife in his back.

    Until Teblow’s agent/disciples/cult/followers/JC finally accept the fact that he will never be a starting QB in the NFL ever again and must change positions…then this is all one very fruitless endeavor.

  106. dolphins4 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:03 PM

    What about SanFran Harbaugh is a great QB coach.

  107. metalhead65 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:03 PM

    yea it is just ashame that the team that ends up with will only be getting a qb who took a 1-4 team to a division title and a playoff win. oh wait that was a result of the defense and all the great players around him right? you know the very same players who were 1-4 before he took over! so he is not a classic nfl drop back passer so what? he won for them and that is what he was paid to do right? what he did was amazing whether you like the guy or not. think about it for a minute,he was playing for a coach and a whatever the hell elway is who did not want him on the team to begin with. that means besides no off season workouts he got zero reps when camp started. he won with raw talent so why is it so hard to believe he could not improve as a passer with someone who was willing to take a chance and actually work with him on making him better? I can’t wait for all the excuses when peyton does not lead the broncos to the promised land. you won’t have tebow to blame it on! they will be this years eagles! all hype and fail to deliever.

  108. suhisabeast90 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:09 PM

    He is due 1.1 million for this season, I am willing to pay half of that if Mr. Rooney will split it with me. After the season, if all works out, then it is on the Organization to decide if they want to resign him. I will not pay for any additional bonuses or travel expenses. NO JOKE………

  109. roamingabriel says: Mar 19, 2012 11:11 PM

    Is there still an NFL Europe?

  110. henson58 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:13 PM

    a buddy of mine is the head coach of an indoor team if Tebow plays his cards right I could get him a tryout.

  111. stanklepoot says: Mar 19, 2012 11:14 PM

    sean6886 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:41 PM

    I think you’re giving Tebow wayyy to much credit.
    _______________________________
    Bingo. Tebow has two main fan bases, Gator fans and casual fans who love him for the kind of person he is. Unfortunately for Tebow, that will eventually wear off if he can’t prove that he’s actually a good QB. Having said that, the notoriety that Tebow brings with him is actually a double edged sword. Yes they’ll sell some tickets early on, but unless he’s sitting behind a truly elite QB the team had better be prepared to put their franchise in Tebow’s hands. That devoted fan base people talk about will make life pure hell for the front office, coaching staff, and other players if they don’t. That brings us to the idea of “packages” for Tebow. If you do have an elite QB like Brady, Brees, or Rodgers, who in their right mind is going to take them off the field and disrupt the flow of the offense to have Tebow run some gimmick plays? No, if a team is going to bring in Tebow they need to be willing to play him, and play him as a QB. That means completely retooling your offense and planning on trying to win a lot of small ball games. That simply doesn’t make sense for too many teams. Jacksonville and Miami are the only teams that could honestly expect to really profit from the move, and even then unless Tebow succeeds that will only last so long.

  112. rajbais says: Mar 19, 2012 11:14 PM

    Stop being a cynic!!!!!!!!!

  113. bigzant82 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:16 PM

    @zerodime best joke of the night goes too you LOL
    NOW IM DONE!!!!
    and why havnt the browns been on this list

  114. stanklepoot says: Mar 19, 2012 11:17 PM

    We’reFineThere says: Mar 19, 2012 9:42 PM

    Tebow is also left handed like Vick. Just fueling the fire.
    _____________________________
    Oh, heck no. They just got rid of that dumb dream team BS. No way do they bring that circus to town now.

  115. NFL In L.A. says: Mar 19, 2012 11:17 PM

    Tebow to the Cowboys sounds very good!

  116. Intense Football says: Mar 19, 2012 11:20 PM

    You name 10 teams that are not the Buffalo Bills. The main reason I say the Bills are perfect because Chan Gailey has taken QB’s like Tebow (Kordell, Tyler Thigpen) and use their strengths in creative ways. Fitz remains the starter but now you can have packages for Tebow to run. But the best part is Gailey will already be prepared to adjust the offense to Tebow’s style if he has become the starter due to injury. Where most coaches would be worried about having Tebow being the starter Gailey would make it work.

  117. denverscott says: Mar 19, 2012 11:20 PM

    brkyle89
    That’s because 90% of the morons here think that by posting to a site that begins with “ProFootball” makes them experts. If they studied anything but their own poops in the toilet, most likely checking for “rest rings” to ensure a proper push and splash, they’d realize that TT had a better first season than Elway. I’m a huge Elway fan but TT didn’t line up under the wrong person on his first NFL snap.

  118. dolphinatic says: Mar 19, 2012 11:21 PM

    Elways stats as a first yr starter 1983
    11starts — 123 of 259 47.5% 1,663yds 6.4ydsper 7tds 14int 28car 146yds 5.2percar 1td

    Guess He should be glad he wasn’t in charge back then…..Tebow is better than he was at this stage of the game.
    I understand wanting Pay-Ton. As a Dolphan you get it. But I hope we trade for Tebow, he is the next Steve Young. I said it before and I’ll say it again. . He is a winner.
    PS- God is an imaginary friend for grown- ups. Deal with it. Let the down votes begin ;)

  119. pcoisma says: Mar 19, 2012 11:23 PM

    Where do you get off Mike spreading these lies?

    Name ONE fan base that would accept the Rams record. I hope you enjoy egg because the Vikings are going to LA. Just like the Lakers.

    1. The Rams.

    They volunteered to play in England in part because they believe that it will make them like the Cowboys and Steelers. It won’t.

    Tebow could.

    Throw in the ongoing struggles to sell tickets (sellouts undoubtedly come from owner Stan Kroenke buying up the unsold seats at 34 cents on the dollar) and a possible move to Los Angeles, and Tebow makes plenty of sense wearing horns from a creature other than, you know, the devil.

  120. drumsomeone says: Mar 19, 2012 11:25 PM

    How about Denver and New England trade Tebow for Mallet? Fair for both?

  121. phazard says: Mar 19, 2012 11:26 PM

    How are the Bills not on this list? They were considering taking him with their 2nd round pick but McDaniels swooped back in and stole him. The Bills run an offense with Chan Gailey that benefits athletic passers and while they just paid Fitzpatrick, he didnt show enough down the stretch to warrant that money. A read-option mis direction package involving Tebow, Fred Jackson/CJ Spiller could be productive.

  122. zampft says: Mar 19, 2012 11:27 PM

    His best future is not to get signed, that way he can stay a quarterback which is what he wants.

    There’s always a team out there that needs a quarterback midway through the season, due to either injury or poor performance. Whatever team that is just doesn’t know it yet.

  123. zampft says: Mar 19, 2012 11:29 PM

    Exactly what plays would Tom Brady prefer to sit out for?

  124. bucforever says: Mar 19, 2012 11:29 PM

    I can’t believe I am joining in on this ,but the idea of Tebow in a Buc uniform is interesting and would definitly sell tickets! But so would Peyton Manning. Oh well , maybe the “new” Bucs won’t be blacked out too much this year. GO BUCS.

  125. denverscott says: Mar 19, 2012 11:30 PM

    coop16
    Exactly, keep him and groom him. Vick couldn’t hit his sister in the eye if she was going down on him at first. He RAN first and everyone awed. Now, mostly from the prayer thing he’s a loser. I’m an Atheist but I don’t care if he “Tebows”. Better than killing dogs, Vick, raping women, Ben, beating women,1/2 the rest of the ghetto beast out there. Or how ’bout stompin’ downed players (insert Suh or others). NFL fans don’t want class and character because apparently they exhibit less and less.

  126. suite34 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:32 PM

    No one has mentioned the best destination (in my opinion, of course)–Tennesse Titans. They already have a young mobile QB with questionable accuracy (Locker) so they won’t have to revamp their offense for Tebow. In fact, you could rotate QBs per down and keep defenses on their toes. Really, what more can you get out of Hasselbeck? He’s serviceable but will not get this team to the Super Bowl and generates no excitement in the fan base. How fired up would the fans get having to cheer for an ex-Gator, especially Tebow?

  127. wipastor says: Mar 19, 2012 11:37 PM

    I also say Green Bay.

  128. serpentsage says: Mar 19, 2012 11:40 PM

    I think Tebow will do well where ever he goes. Just don’t let him anywhere near the Skins, we got enough problems as it is.

  129. raidermike says: Mar 19, 2012 11:42 PM

    “Hello, my name is Tim. Welcome to Wal-Mart and have a Blessed Day”

  130. randygnyc says: Mar 19, 2012 11:46 PM

    I’d love to see the cowboys or my beloved Giants sign him. He’s valuable in all the different things he can do in a game. He can even be a short yardage specialist. Wherever he goes, I hope he’ll be nurtured and respected. You can all say he’s a terrible QB. But he’s not a terrible person so I hope he’s welcomed and appreciated wherever he lands.

  131. glen1904 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:46 PM

    I can see Bill Belichick bringing him. Give him a strong football player and he will figure a way to use him. that is why every year teams are trying to copy what BB did the year before just like this year with the 2 TE’s.

  132. marcinhouston says: Mar 19, 2012 11:48 PM

    How about the Falcons? At least Tebow scored and won a game in the playoffs. The Matt Ryan experiment is a failure, the guy has the measurables but isn’t a leader and cracks under pressure, so why not sell tickets at least? Heck, with weapons like White/Jones/Gonzalez/Turner and a decent o-line a QB like Tebow might be able to win some playoff games, almost any QB could, except Matt Ryan. You could try to say the same for the Jets, but at least Sanchez shows up in the playoffs.

  133. codysteeler says: Mar 19, 2012 11:56 PM

    The Steelers should sign Tebow……has Roethlisberger’s waterboy!!!

  134. Deb says: Mar 19, 2012 11:57 PM

    I understand the Auburn Tigers are offering six figures … but I digress ;)

    Yeah, sure, bring him to Pittsburgh! Tebow’s a heckuva football player and we need a new running back! I’m good with that! We also need some depth at backup QB, and Tebow would at least be more durable than Leftwich.

  135. keyshawn22 says: Mar 19, 2012 11:57 PM

    He beat the steelers in the playoffs and he shredded them the supposedly number 1 defense. What more do you want from the guy???

    That being said unless you have Brady, Brees or Rodgers then a healthy 36 old Peyton is an upgrade and is a smart move by the Broncos.

  136. nfl1818 says: Mar 20, 2012 12:04 AM

    dell52 says:
    Mar 19, 2012 9:47 PM
    Call me crazy, but I think the best place for him to go would be Green Bay. Now hear me out. Tebow goes to Green Bay, a place known for their fans. They will give him respect there and there is no way he is going to be the starter, so there’s no debate.

    I like this line of thinking – he need’s to be a backup, restructure perhaps, and learn to throw, w/o being a threat to the starter. It will take 2 years. – If he could learn to throw, his scrambling and strength would be asset as w/ Big Ben. The running he does is great but too risky – look at the beating he took in his final game where he hurt a rib. The Tebow/Vick style just isn’t a long term plan.

    Pack, Steelers, Saints ? someone with an unchallenged leader at QB. Pats too crowded I think with 2 capable backups. Actually seems like Denver is also a good choice. I guess Elway thinks he cant teach him ?

  137. kilo0986 says: Mar 20, 2012 12:09 AM

    Raidermike! ROFL thats the funniest post ive ever read

  138. dolphinatic says: Mar 20, 2012 12:23 AM

    you know if you compare Tebow’s second yr stats on a team that hated him. http://www.nfl.com/player/timtebow/497135/profile
    Too Steve Youngs stats on a team that hated him. http://www.nfl.com/player/steveyoung/2503843/profile
    They look a lot alike. Hope Tebow becomes a Dolphin. Philbin/ Sherman could be his Walsh.

  139. babyhorsemorgan says: Mar 20, 2012 12:34 AM

    It’s Tebow, he could end up playing for all of those teams next season. Schedule permitting, of course.

  140. denverscott says: Mar 20, 2012 12:38 AM

    Agreed, Let Shanny work, get the owner out of the way, you’ll contend again

  141. denverscott says: Mar 20, 2012 12:39 AM

    Your name is Tim too? You want fries with that?

  142. denverscott says: Mar 20, 2012 12:42 AM

    I dignify your response with a response. Hell yes, train him. He’s raw, but a raw leader.

  143. jamfed619 says: Mar 20, 2012 12:43 AM

    Tebow will not improv out of being released. No NFL team will take him. He’s a coach killer. A GM destroyer. An Elway nightmare.

    Sign Tebow, lose your job…

    Coaches and GM’s want to look good and keep their jobs. Tebow can make a lot of people (who hired Tim) look bad. …and get fired!

  144. nolabountyhunter says: Mar 20, 2012 12:44 AM

    You have been ragging on the Saints since your girlfriend Brett got his butt kicked.
    Quit crying like a little girl, it’s never going to change. You just look more and more foolish, petty and ridiculous, but then again, you’ve had a lot of practice.

  145. denverscott says: Mar 20, 2012 12:46 AM

    The only way the Raiders over take Denver in the next 2 yrs is if Missy Davis rides Mr Bowens face… doodle flaps beware! Bowen like Steak! Meat curtains PART! Bowens is a meat eater. Snap doors CRINGE, Bowens likes the Sunday funnies.

  146. nagaswan says: Mar 20, 2012 1:06 AM

    written by Chris Chase

  147. denverscott says: Mar 20, 2012 1:09 AM

    I agree. I want Denver to keep him. They already put 6 mil in roster bonus, what’s another 1.2 mil to keep him?. I think they are trying to get top dollar if they can. If they can’t then cool. Idiots here don’t study. They just puke spurm (spl to pas censors)

  148. denverscott says: Mar 20, 2012 1:10 AM

    Touches more seats worked for Big Ben. You idiots make this too easy

  149. enx31 says: Mar 20, 2012 1:16 AM

    Pats fan: I’d take him but not for more than a 6 or 7 pick. And I’d shoot for a back position similar to what we saw in Hernandez with some coverage blocking perhaps? He’s athletic, big, strong and fairly quick…

    I would just worry about the media drama anywhere he goes. Ugh. I do hope it stops next year.

  150. mdc21787 says: Mar 20, 2012 1:25 AM

    look at all these ungrateful ass dolphin fans on here. you’d be LUCKY to get tebow over garrard or henne.

  151. stopthehate15bowdown says: Mar 20, 2012 2:00 AM

    All the haters are out in force! People want to know what a hater looks like… all these jackasses with their stupid wal-mart and burger king jokes. It took a once-in-a lifetime shot at a Top 5 all -time quarterback for the broncos to replace Tebow. It’s not like they were trying to re-sign Brady Quinn was it? Only idiots would see this as an indictment of Tebow. He’ll have plenty of options and he’ll be in the league for a long time. Hopefully the broncos will do the right thing and release him. I don’t blame Elway for going after manning but he hasn’t ever been honest with Tebow and the dude doesn’t deserve being lied to. Release him and let him go where he can get another shot. If they don’t then I think he should hold out and force them to cut him like they did with Orton. Thanks Tim for the wonderful year and us true football fans will be rooting for you!

  152. stercuilus65 says: Mar 20, 2012 2:00 AM

    teal379 says:
    “Flynn might be a bust but he played a game better than any starter ever did for Reid.”
    ————————-
    Man you read some stupid homers on here but this is the worse in a long time….

  153. freedomispopular says: Mar 20, 2012 2:38 AM

    Philadelphia was my first thought. Say what you want about Andy, but he knows how to coach up QBs.

  154. kyannalashae says: Mar 20, 2012 2:50 AM

    I think my Packers should try to sign Tim Tebow make him a backup to A-Rod…Aaron Rodgers and him are similar in their scrambling abilities,Mike McCarthy and Ben McAdoo can put him through QB school to get him familiar with the offense and Aaron can help him to read and understand defenses better. most people forget that when Aaron first came his mechanics wasn’t that good and his throwing was terrible…with that being said I think Green Bay can help Tebow become a pure passer!!! #TimTebowToGreenBay

  155. puckthefatriots says: Mar 20, 2012 4:47 AM

    Colts fans will show up to watch Tebow hold a clipboard??..I think Luck is the draw here

  156. stonedwhitetrash says: Mar 20, 2012 5:59 AM

    Oh sweet Jesus and his virgin mother! What’s her name?

  157. drednot says: Mar 20, 2012 6:18 AM

    I still don’t understand why he can’t stay in denver.

  158. bonniebengal says: Mar 20, 2012 6:34 AM

    The two people with the Wal-Mart jokes: Do you realize Tim Tebow can make millions just from speaking engagements, commercials, and writing more books? He’s already written a New York Times Best Seller. He is playing football because he wants to play football. He is a hard worker and he is going to succeed wherever they will give him a chance.

  159. dewalt2990 says: Mar 20, 2012 6:44 AM

    The Lions aren’t on that list because we don’t need the circus that follows him around coming here. A desperate team needs Tebow. The Panthers I would say…or Packers…

  160. dirtybird28 says: Mar 20, 2012 6:58 AM

    This is a joke. He’d make headlines for a little while, then training camp and season start, but will be condemned to a back up roll and fall into oblivion.

  161. tapochau says: Mar 20, 2012 7:08 AM

    Tebow took one of the worst teams in the NFL, won their division and beat in the playoffs the #1 defense with 316 yards passing. He turned losers into winners and that’s what counts.

  162. sj39 says: Mar 20, 2012 7:21 AM

    The Rams have no tropuble selling tickets. Must we here your BS about 34 cents on the dollar again this season?

  163. imaginesuperbowlwin says: Mar 20, 2012 7:31 AM

    CFL anyone?

  164. tackledummy1505 says: Mar 20, 2012 7:31 AM

    I don’t understand why Eagle fans don’t like this. All the guy does is win and uplift your team. I think he needs a couple years of getting his timing down and get into a West Coast Rythm. Shoot we had McNabb for all those years and he couldn’t rocket the ball at the broad side of a barn. Plus McNabb crumbled at the end of the game. This guy gets up for the last minutes of a game. Why are sports people so stupid. Guess sports is all about how you look and not what you do lol.

  165. theytukrjobs says: Mar 20, 2012 7:43 AM

    You obviously don’t know Minnesotans if you think Tebowmania would be a good thing here. This ain’t the deep south. We’re amused by Tebow, but not enamored. Plus the Vikings already have a super athletic backup QB who doesn’t throw all that good.

  166. buckybadger says: Mar 20, 2012 7:54 AM

    Tebow is only a temporary solution for ticket sales. He isn’t going to make anyone the Cowboys or Steelers and to say so is just ridiculous.

    Once he fails, which any QB who can’t throw a spiral will, he isn’t going to be able to sell out any stadium and everything goes back to the way it was.

    Winning is what sells and if you want to be like hte Steelers or Cowboys you have to win a lot. Wasting roster spots on a QB who can’t play the position efficiently is a sure way to go in the other direction.

  167. sackbombs says: Mar 20, 2012 8:09 AM

    Tebowmania does not exist without his team winning. No one likes warching anyone lose.

  168. mrgdawg says: Mar 20, 2012 8:33 AM

    Can we please end this “Tebowmania” crap. Its all media created to generate headlines that weak minded fans can follow.

  169. dspyank2k11 says: Mar 20, 2012 8:38 AM

    Tebow = Peyton Hillis

  170. sakatak says: Mar 20, 2012 8:39 AM

    Tebow could become a writer for PFT, his name draws more hits to this site than anyone else. PFT would become the busiest site on the Internet.

  171. myopinionisrighterthanyours says: Mar 20, 2012 8:55 AM

    I love all of these comments about please don’t let Tebow come to my team. We want to win. Are you kidding me? Did you check his record last year (yes, I realize it was not all him)? The Broncos were flatlining with Orton behind center. All this kid does is win, due in most part because of a will stronger than all of you basement jockeys put together.

  172. fringetastic says: Mar 20, 2012 10:06 AM

    Two things:

    I doubt those tickets get sold unless Tebow is not on the bench most of the game. Most of those teams would not start Tebow.

    You’ve started using “Bountygate” again? Ugh.

  173. zampft says: Mar 20, 2012 10:27 AM

    49ers if they don’t re-sign Alex Smith have the biggest need. Josh Johnson is the worst projected starter in the league.

  174. tatum064 says: Mar 20, 2012 10:58 AM

    We’reFineThere says:
    Mar 19, 2012 10:03 PM
    teal379 says: Mar 19, 2012 9:46 PM

    Can we PLEASE get off the “Andy Reid is a QB guru” talk?

    Seriously – what QB he’s coached has won a Superbowl? What QB has he coached to a HOF career? How many NFL MVP’s? Heck – I’d settle for any QB of his that’s left Philly and done something somewhere else?

    If I had a guy, a QB that was lacking some refinement – I’d send him to McCarthy LONG before Reid.

    Flynn might be a bust but he played a game better than any starter ever did for Reid.

    ——-

    lol Brett Favre on your own team, clown. The league didn’t start last year.

    ============

    OWNED. I love it when Eagle fan gets loose on people.

    “Come in first class , leave in coach, thats how we roll in Philly”
    -Vai Sikahema

  175. tluke25 says: Mar 20, 2012 11:06 AM

    Tebow’s popularity is so overwhelming that if you bring him in, you bring him into start.

    It doesn’t matter who the QB is. One bad game and the fans will be going berserk for him.

    If he is the backup, the pressure on the starting QB would be too overwhelming. I think it would even be a major distraction for Manning if Tebow stayed there.

    I don’t see any team bringing in Tebow as a backup. If they do, they are taking a gamble.

  176. olcap says: Mar 20, 2012 11:57 AM

    Being the devout Christian that Tebow is, I seriously doubt that he would want to play for a team and its coach that got caught cheating.

  177. Deb says: Mar 20, 2012 12:26 PM

    dspyank2k11 says:

    Tebow = Peyton Hillis
    ——————————————

    If you mean Tebow is really a big, bruising running back, I’ll go with that. If you mean Tebow is a crybaby diva who’d pretend to be sick and let down his teammates just to stick it to owners in a contract dispute … no, not a chance.

  178. oldblueeyes182 says: Mar 21, 2012 9:36 AM

    “Can we PLEASE get off the “Andy Reid is a QB guru” talk?

    Seriously – what QB he’s coached has won a Superbowl? What QB has he coached to a HOF career? How many NFL MVP’s? Heck – I’d settle for any QB of his that’s left Philly and done something somewhere else?

    If I had a guy, a QB that was lacking some refinement – I’d send him to McCarthy LONG before Reid.

    Flynn might be a bust but he played a game better than any starter ever did for Reid.”

    Brett Favre for one.

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