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The biggest critics of Tim Tebow believe he lacks the arm strength and throwing ability needed to be an NFL quarterback. The spread offense can work to perfection when run properly at the college level. In the NFL, defenders are typically too quick and explosive for it to be effective. Urban Meyer believes Tebow could be the exception if the Jets give him some freedom.
“Let him play,” Meyer said on ESPN according to Pro Football Talk. “Just let him play.”
Meyer said he believes the spread offense him and Tebow ran together in college would “absolutely” work at the NFL level and that it’s just a matter of a coach trusting him to execute it. A lot of people believe John Fox gave Tebow the freedom to do that when the Broncos started winning, but Meyer says Denver was still too conservative with him. Except, of course, when they were winning like in the playoffs against Pittsburgh.
“When they had success I think they did,” Meyer said. “When you started seeing him throw against those ...
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Now that Tim Tebow is with the Jets and new in town, singer Madonna tweeted that she wants to show him around New York city.
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Tebowmania was hard to miss, week after week Tim Tebow gave the NFL something different. Be it a ten yard scramble into the endzone, or an 80 yard bomb down the field to seal a playoff victory, there was no doubt that the former Florida Gator turned Denver Bronco was a hit for the league.
When EA Sports announced that there would be a fan vote for the...
Reebok wants a judge to lift a ban on its sale of apparel with the name of New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow.
Reebok International Ltd. said Tuesday it can prove it wasn't selling merchandise in violation of its expired 10-year licensing deal with the NFL.
The ban came after Nike filed a lawsuit last week, days after Tebow was traded from Denver to New York. Nike has NFL...
So much for a quiet offseason. Tim Tebow trade to the New York Jets shakes things up in the AFC East.
From Nike suing Reebok over his licensing rights to Madonna (of all people) wanting to give him a tour around the Big Apple, Tim Tebow has seen his share of strange stories in recent days.
This next one, however, may just be the strangest … and you should probably have your rabbit’s foot handy when reading.
According to TMZ, Tebow’s #15 Jets jersey — the same number he wore...
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From a locker room culture standpoint...
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Darrelle Revis shattered any ideas that the Jets' locker room issues were a thing of the past.
The star cornerback made a series of promotional appearances on a variety of television and radio shows Wednesday and talked about quarterbacks Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez. But his most revealing comments were about the dysfunctional Jets locker room.
On "SportsCenter," Revis...
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I’ve got the top stories from yesterday above the fold, but you may find a few gems further down the list. I loved Tim Tebow, but I certainly don’t miss the sheer volume of media coverage the Denver...