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Postby Ringer » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:25 am

Listening to NFL Color Analyst extoll the virtues of the Spread Option attack and how much pressure it puts on defenses. Wasn't it these same fools who said it would never work in the NFL?

Maybe what they really meant to say was " It won't work with Tebow playing QB".

I can only hope that the success of Seattle, Washington and San Fran will translate into more demand for the versatile QB sitting the bench in NYC.


On a related note, someone in Washington needs to explain why RG111 was allowed to play without their team Doctors clearance... Read what the Doctor said....
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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby Ringer » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:30 am

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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby williston_gator » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:35 am

I've noticed that this year too. It's cool to hate Tebow and everyone wants to be cool. I also love how much pub these rooks got for being "nice Christian guys", good family values and such but with Tebow it was detrimental.
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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby jand3k » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:39 am

Ringer wrote:Listening to NFL Color Analyst extoll the virtues of the Spread Option attack and how much pressure it puts on defenses. Wasn't it these same fools who said it would never work in the NFL?

Maybe what they really meant to say was " It won't work with Tebow playing QB".


I can only hope that the success of Seattle, Washington and San Fran will translate into more demand for the versatile QB sitting the bench in NYC.


On a related note, someone in Washington needs to explain why RG111 was allowed to play without their team Doctors clearance... Read what the Doctor said....


Couldn't agree more and I've been saying/wondering the same damn thing all year. :madevil:
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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby DaddyGator » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:52 am

williston_gator wrote:I've noticed that this year too. It's cool to hate Tebow and everyone wants to be cool. I also love how much pub these rooks got for being "nice Christian guys", good family values and such but with Tebow it was detrimental.


Nor have I heard anyone ragging on Ray Lewis for his faith-based comments on his retirement yesterday.
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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby williston_gator » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:56 am

DaddyGator wrote:
williston_gator wrote:I've noticed that this year too. It's cool to hate Tebow and everyone wants to be cool. I also love how much pub these rooks got for being "nice Christian guys", good family values and such but with Tebow it was detrimental.


Nor have I heard anyone ragging on Ray Lewis for his faith-based comments on his retirement yesterday.


He's still got that "may have murdered someone" vibe which is "cool".
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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby WestSideGata » Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:08 am

I thought it would be interesting had Chip Kelly accepted a job for him to run a version of the offense. Guess he won't get that shot now.
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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby Double Gator Dad » Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:25 am

I agree with everyone on this.

I find it fascinating that the talking head haters aren't even smart enough to realize that they are contradicting themselves and thus exposing their real feelings.

At the end of the day, it appears that Tim's opportunity is limited to the Jaguars willingness to embrace the spread option and ditch Gabbert. I am not real confident in that happening since Chaka Kahn is halfway to Los Angeles by now.
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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby WestSideGata » Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:29 am

As an aside, in my expert opinion (and by that I mean I am an expert at nothing) Hoge is a ******!
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Re: Kind of interesting

Postby gatordad » Mon Jan 07, 2013 11:29 am

+1
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