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Monday, December 12, 2011

Timothy Richard Tebow

One of the greatest college quarterbacks just finished another 4th quarter comeback as the Broncos moved atop the AFC West with a 13-10 overtime win against the Bears.  Once again, Denver was down 10-0 in the 4th and have a touchdown and a fieldgoal to tie it and a 52-yarder to win.  Denver is 7-1 this year at Tim as starter and look to be in control of the west as the Raiders free fall in grand fashion.

I love Tebow.  When at Florida, he was first introduced as the quarterback to beat the high school team on MTV's Two-a-Days.  Then, as a freshmen, he came in during goalline situations and helped the Gators win a national championships.  He won the Heisman as a sophomore and led the Gators to another title.  He was then drafted in the first round by Josh McDaniels, who was fired halfway through Tim's first season.  The majority of NFL guys said Tebow is not a qb.  He should be a goalline player or a TE/FB and became an instant underdog.  That's when I went from Tebow is good to LET HIM PLAY AND SEE WHAT HE CAN DO EVEN IF HIS HEAD COACH AND PRESIDENT DON'T THINK HE CAN PLAY QUARTERBACK AND WILL PROBABLY CUT HIM AFTER THIS YEAR.  I go over the top on Twitter by poking his haters (@Americaback10 and @mattharriman) and say he is a top 15 quarterback and all he does is win.  Since the Browns suck @$$, the Broncos are my new 2011 team and here is a list of starting quarterbacks.  Here are the quarterbacks he is better than.  Take it with a grain of salt and the tie goes to Tebow, duh.  Tebow is better than the quarterbacks in bold.

American Football Conference
East:
Patriots (10-3): Tom Brady
Jets (8-5): Mark Sanchez
Bills (5-8): Ryan Fitzpatrick
Dolphins (4-9): Matt Moore

North:
Ravens (10-3): Joe Flacco
Steelers (10-3): Ben Roethlisberger
Bengals (7-6): Andy Dalton (Rookie)
Browns (4-9): Colt McCoy

South:
Texans (10-3): T.J. Yates (Rookie)
Titans (7-6): Matt Hasselback, Jake Locker
Jaguars (4-9): Blaine Gabbert
Cotls (0-13): Curtis Painter, Dan Orlovsky

West:
Broncos (8-5): Tim Tebow
Raiders (7-6): Carson Palmer
Chargers (6-7): Phillip Rivers
Chiefs (5-8): Tyler Palko

National Football Conference
East:
Giants (7-6): Eli Manning
Cowboys (7-6): Tony Romo
Eagles (5-8): Mike Vick
Redskins (4-9): Rex Grossman, John Beck

North:
Packers (13-0): Aaron Rodgers
Bears (8-5): Caleb Hainey
Lions (7-6): Matt Stafford
Vikings (2-11): Christian Ponder (Rookie)

South:
Saints (10-3): Drew Brees
Falcons (8-5): Matt Ryan
Panthers (4-9): Cam Newton (Rookie)
Buccaneers (4-9): Josh Freeman, Josh Johnson

West:
49ers (10-3): Alex Smith
Cardinals (6-7): Kevin Kolb, John Skelton
Seahawks (5-7): Tavarus Jackson
Rams (2-10): Sam Bradford

Results: He is better than 20 of the 37 other starting quaterbacks, which puts him at 17.  That also puts Josh Freeman, Sam Bradford, Cam Newton, Joe Flacco and Matt Staford above him.  Out of the teams, he is better than all the starters in the AFC South.  Also, there are a lot of injuries, but this year is arguably the best year of the quarterback in the history of the league, so don't give me who isn't playing and hurt.

What Denver is doing is odd and strange and a college system, and for the first 3 quarters, the offense looks like shit.  However, there were a lot of drops against the Bears and the defense has kept the Broncos in every game (other than the Lions thrashing).  He isn't the only reason why they are 7-1 and have won 6 in a row, but as long as he has a chance to play, the Broncos have a chance to win.  TEBOW FOR MVP!!!! 

Suck it haters.  Notice, no stats.  Stats are for dorks.  I know what I see and what I see is a man doing his thing and getting W's for his team.  I wouldn't be shocked if we all find TRT in the AFC Championship against the winner of the North or East.