Tim Tebow time is here

Tim Tebow time has finally arrived.

Unfortunately, it’s with the New York Jets, but that’s life.

At least Coach Rex Ryan is saying Tebow will be playing in the Wildcat in the first game. He also brazenly — and stupidly — says his job isn’t in jeopardy.

Link to story here.

(And, no, before you go there, I’m not one of Tim Tebow’s religious fanatical fans.)

I still believe Tim Tebow will DEFINITELY be the starter of the Jets. Probably by the sixth or seventh game.

Stan R. Mitchell

Oak Ridge, Tenn.

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4 thoughts on “Tim Tebow time is here

  1. I don’t think he’s quite ready, though he has a ton of talent. Whether the Jets, or any team, can have the patience to let him develop is the question. Everybody wants instant results.


    1. That’s definitely a fair comment.

      I’d like to see a team leave him alone on his throwing motion and just let him play a good four or five games in a kind of ultimate test.

      I read one columnist say that they think that’s the main problem. For three quarters, he’s thinking too much and too overwhelmed to make solid throws.

      Then the fourth quarter arrives and he has to make a play and he flushes all the crap on his mind and just makes something happen.

      Love to see someone tell him to just go play ball for four quarters.


      1. Yeah, he has that hitch, and they’re all over him for it. But he’s big and he’s smart and he can run and he can sure throw a football. A quarterback needs that certain something that makes the other guys want to do their best for him, but management needs to do their part in that. We’ll see.


        1. Agreed. And he’s gotten a bum deal learning three different systems in three different years.

          I have an additional theory. Some QBs practice great, and look sharp. They know they’re not going to get hit.

          And then there are those who don’t practice as well as some, but play better when the pressure is on and the game is on the line. I think Tebow is in this category.

          I know I’m still learning to deal with pressure and it just seems some people are born to deal with it.


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