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what do you think of the tebow jags rumor?

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Hope it doesnt happen. Not trying to see tebow on the field against us any more this year.

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Sounds interesting.... Either way I don't think it matters to us. We're headed in the right direction. Jags will be getting best by us again soon.

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Hope it doesnt happen. Not trying to see tebow on the field against us any more this year.

# 1 - Don't care

# 2 - Not the proper forum

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I don't think Tebow would be the answer for Jags problems.

He would put some butts in seats down in Jax, which is one of their problems...

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I don't think Tebow would be the answer for Jags problems.

With Jones-Drew, they would be a dangerous combination. The Jaguars just traded away Mike Thomas, so it's not like Gabbert has anyone to throw to but Mercedes Lewis...Plus I would take Tebow over Gabbert in any game lol.

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With Jones-Drew, they would be a dangerous combination.

Not if you put 11 men in the box.

I'm pretty sure air can guard against most Tebow passes.

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Not if you put 11 men in the box.

I'm pretty sure air can guard against most Tebow passes.

Tell that to Ike Taylor...

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Jags' D is solid but suffers from being on the field too much. If Tebow and MJD can keep drives alive with their running, they will either get one-on-one matchups on the outside hands down and can keep the D rested to make it more efficient. The big question is, how has Tebow's throwing improved to make those basic throws vs one-on-one matchups. He did go a lot of 3 and outs putting that Denver D on the field a lot but he sure did his own thing in the 4th qtr.

I think Tebow is a good fit for the Jags for several reasons.

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Either way they're not much of a threat.

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Not to worried about T-bone, it may give them a boost in attitude because you cannot deny T-bone has one heck of a positive vibe..... What the dude lacks in his throwing game he maked up in attitude and drive.

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Not to worried about T-bone, it may give them a boost in attitude because you cannot deny T-bone has one heck of a positive vibe..... What the dude lacks in his throwing game he maked up in attitude and drive.

makes up*************

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Tebow would leave 1 lackluster NFL team for another... :thinking: seems like a gargantuan step backward to me...Like willingly walking off a cliff to your own demise.

Tebow does deserve to at least play QB somewhere in the league strictly based on what he helped Denver achieve last year. Considering that the new Jags HC is named Mike Mularkey, Tebow being sent or traded there sounds like a lot of malarky to me anyway. Like someone is making it all up as we stroll and travel along IMO.

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Dude is a horrible NFL QB....
please let it happen...
Either way they're not much of a threat.

God, I love train wrecks especially when the locomotive goes full speed ahead with reckless abandonment and flies right off the tracks and explodes into a million little pieces literally and figuratively.

Provided of course that my Indianapolis Colts are strong, intact, and ready to set the NFL world on fire that is... :pass: :Nuke::lombardi:

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If he can't beat out Sanchize what makes anyone think he could beat Gabbert? :shrug:

He'll probably get a chance in New York at some point if the Jets keep losing.

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Tebow is NOT a NFL QB. He is horrible. He would be the Vince Young/CJ combo everyone feared, where is that? Yeah, it died.

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If he can't beat out Sanchize what makes anyone think he could beat Gabbert? :shrug:

He'll probably get a chance in New York at some point if the Jets keep losing.

Eh, I think the thing with that is the fact that Rex Ryan is tied to Mark Sanchez, he was his first ever draft pick as a head coach. Mularkey, however, is not bound to Gabbert in any way. He could bring Tebow in to revitalize both the fanbase and the team. Tebow has one more playoff win on his belt than Gabbert, anyway...Lol.

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Eh, I think the thing with that is the fact that Rex Ryan is tied to Mark Sanchez, he was his first ever draft pick as a head coach. Mularkey, however, is not bound to Gabbert in any way. He could bring Tebow in to revitalize both the fanbase and the team. Tebow has one more playoff win on his belt than Gabbert, anyway...Lol.

I take joy in this only because it causes Steelers fans great pain. :)

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I take joy in this only because it causes Steelers fans great pain. :)

They still see the number 15 in their nightmares I'm sure hahaha. As well as 31.6...

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I think it's drama as usual, cause ESPN can't go 15 seconds without nearly wetting themselves by talking about Tebow.

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