Found March 19, 2012 on
Stephen A Smith
Green Bay Packers
New Orleans Saints
Before you do an eye-roll, let me make one thing clear: I'm not a Tebow hater or lover.
At times, I've enjoyed his acts of heroics. You couldn't help but get caught up in the hoopla. It was Rocky meets Rudy. While during other times, I thought the guy couldn't throw the football and was a byproduct of the 24-hour news cycle. I think what jumped out most was the hype involved with his play. On one hand, you had Skip Bayless going nuts about loving the guy (IE: I'd rather have him in the 4th quarter than Aaron Rodgers) and on the other hand, you had Stephen A. Smith's head exploding when seeing Tebow play. He's the perfect talk show topic. Haters and lovers on both ends. No in between stance unless you are rational...like me :P
To me, the hoopla is what made Tebow have a fan club of fanatics and haters.
If ESPN wasn't into propaganda and creating stories, Tebow would be a whisper in the dark in my opinion. I think people can't stand the guy b...
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Hagan caught 13 passes for 138 yards and a touchdown in four games with the Bills in 2011 after joining the team Nov. 22.
He was a third-round draft choice out of Arizona State, and has played in 69 games, with eight starts. He has 1,221 yards receiving and six touchdowns...
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The Buffalo Bills landed arguably the biggest free agent in this year’s class other than QB Peyton Manning, could they also land QB Tim Tebow and if so, would he be a good fit? After Peyton Manning agreed in principal with the Denver Broncos yesterday, the Broncos are now expected to entertain trade offers for QB Tim Tebow. At the right price, Tebow might be a very...
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Evan Silva of Rotoworld.com brought up a great point today about the Buffalo Bills possibly going after quarterback Tim Tebow.
Prior to the 2012 NFL draft, Tebow’s agent Jimmy Sexton mentioned the Bills as a very possible landing spot at the time. His agent also said that Tebow is a Chan Gailey type of quarterback. Of course Gailey is the head coach of the Bills.
At the time...
Which one? The Bills yin and yang 2011 started with a top ranked offense, a top ranked running game, an INT hungry defense, and a 5-2 record that included big wins over the rival Patriots (the first in 15 games) and the Eagles. Buffalo had first in the AFC East, the NFL was being introduced to names like Fred Jackson and Ryan Fitzpatrick, and there was much rejoicing...
Mario Williams was made the NFL's first $100 million defender by the Buffalo Bills.
He's the biggest offseason free agent acquisition in team history and made the most stunning free agency decision since Reggie White gave the Green Bay Packers a shot.
That got me thinking. How have other major pass-rushing signings ultimately fared on their new teams?