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Originally written on Helmet2Helmet  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Roughly three weeks after several unidentified Jets players harshly criticized Tim Tebow, his former teammates in Denver took the same course of action. Under the veil of anonymity, of course. "When Tim was here we saw the issues up close," one Bronco told Mike Freeman of CBSSports.com. "The Jets didn't, and now they are seeing the problems, too." "I feel really, really bad for Tim. He's a good person, just not an NFL quarterback." On Sunday, the Broncos clinched the AFC West, allowing the team to cruise into the postseason. It's a night-and-day transformation, going from Peyton Manning to Tebow, a "gimmick player." "Of course we're comparing this year to last year," another Bronco said. "This year we won the division with four games left. That's all Peyton Manning. If Tebow was here, we'd still be squeaking out wins, or losing games we shouldn't be losing. The division would be coming down to the last game. "I've been following Tim in New York and I feel horrible for ...
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3 Comments:
  • Well if they are afraid to reveal their names what worth are they? Let the man play and then see he only is allowed to play one down then he is out...........give him a chance.
  • Seriously. If you're not man enough to say who you are, it makes me wonder if you're man enough to play the game. What are they so afraid of? Tim isn't going to pray to God to strike them dead. I don't know Tim personally, but having watched him since college, he seems to thrive on criticism. I just wish those who are speaking out against Tebow would have the balls to say who they are.
  • I totally agree. A critique means nothing without a name attached. If you are going to 'dis someone...at least tell us who "you" are.
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