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Patriots fans have been spoiled with excellent quarterback play over the last decade or so, and Tom Brady is still performing at a high level, so it’s no surprise that fans aren’t going ballistic for newly acquired Tim Tebow. DOWN & DISTANCE - Presented by Sports-Kings.
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I agree. As I’ve said before I think the success of the 2013 team depends on the defense....
The white numberless unrecognizable jerseys might as well have been a metaphor.
Tom Brady delivered passes to a relatively anonymous group of receivers throughout organized team activities and minicamp and Danny Amendola was the sole target who gained sustainable recognition amid the obscurity of seven dozen numberless jerseys.
Today when the Patriots take the practice field for...
Pats need Amendola to catch on quickly — ESPN Boston
This one is certainly a no-brainer. Exit Welker, enter Amendola. As of right now, Amendola is New England’s No. 1 wide receiver and he needs to get on the same page with Tom Brady ASAP.
Tebow can catch — Boston.com
Well there’s no surprise here. Everyone knows that quarterbacks have the best set of hands of the team....
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The role of Tim Tebow on the New England Patriots is unclear. On Friday morning Patriots head coach Bill Belichick told reporters that Tebow would be used in the best interest of the team.
“We’ll use Tim wherever we feels it’s best for the team” said Belichick.
Tebow was signed by the Patritos but his role has yet to be fully...
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Tim Tebow did not have a good first day at New England Patriots training camp. Tebow played quarterback, running back and caught passes as camp opened.
According to Comcast SportsNew New England’s Tom Curran the former Jets punt blocker looked “horrendous” throwing passes and throwing an interception.
Of course Tebow did catch...
Training camp for the New England Patriots opened today, and, as assumed, QB Tim Tebow’s performance was the subject of much attention and scrutiny. Tom Curran, NFL insider for CSN New England, weighed in on Tebow’s first day at training camp via Twitter, with a succinct, four word tweet that spoke volumes…
Practice over. Tebow horrendous. #patriotstalk
— Tom E. Curran (...
Tim Tebow has completed his first official training camp practice with the New England Patriots, and he was involved with plenty of action that could spark the Tebowmania talk once again. For starters, ESPNBoston.com’s Mike Reiss pointed out that Tebow caught a few passes and took part in some run-after-the-catch drills. This is worth noting [...]
Tom Curran from Comcast Sports New England said that Tim Tebow looked "horrendous" in his first official practice with the Patriots.Fantasy Spin:Curran was referring to Tebow's passing as two of his seven passes were intercepted. Tebow also took part in some receiving drills and even lined up as a running back a few times. He'll get reps this season, just probably...
FOXBORO, Mass. — The Patriots understand they play a game for a living. That’s probably why they stressed the distraction they have faced this offseason is a real-life situation.
That distraction is, of course, the murder investigation regarding Aaron Hernandez. Tom Brady referred to the arrest as a “real-life situation” once, while Vince Wilfork said the phrase six times...
FOXBORO, Mass. — Tim Tebow was teammates with Aaron Hernandez for three years and 15 days. — three years at the University of Florida and 15 days with the New England Patriots.
The third-string quarterback met with the media on Friday morning after his first training camp practice with the Patriots and said all he was allowed to about his former teammate.
“It was heartbreaking...
The Oakland Raiders are entering the 2013 season with quite a bit of inexperience at the quarterback position. As of now, Matt Flynn is expected to be the starter. However, former Ohio State star Terrelle Pryor could challenge Flynn if he puts together a strong training camp. Pryor claims to have taken huge strides with [...]
Things a Jersey guy noted this week: The press conference on Wednesday was short and to the point, but also included glimpses of humanity and humility–from Patriot Coach Bill Belichick. The next day, Patriot QB Tom Brady and many of…Read more →
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One training camp practice down.
The general takeaway from the media's observations was that this was one sloppy day. Tim Tebow threw two interceptions, but did catch a few passes. From all accounts, Ryan Mallet didn't look that great either.
A sloppy day for the whole team. What else would you expect of a rainy first practice of the year?