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2012-03-19 06:14:21 PM
It seemed like the Broncos were doing pretty damn good with Tebow, and the fans loved him. Why would they throw that away on an aging star?
 
2012-03-19 06:19:24 PM

The First Four Black Sabbath Albums: It seemed like the Broncos were doing pretty damn good lucky with Tebow, and the fans loved him. Why wouldn't they throw that away on an aging to land a Super star?

 
2012-03-19 06:22:56 PM

Coco LaFemme: I don't have a dog in this hunt since I'm not a fan of football, but if Manning's injury last season was severe enough to keep him from playing at all, to the point of the team having to release him because they couldn't afford to pay him anymore....why didn't he just retire? He's got MVP's, he got a ring....what more does he need to prove?


That he can get as many rings as Lil' Brudder.
 
2012-03-19 06:24:07 PM

Publikwerks: robsul82: Stallworth to the Pats
HEADLINE.OF.THE.DAY


I think I'm the only one to submit a Stallworth headline so far.
 
2012-03-19 06:25:43 PM

Ow! That was my feelings!: *TRADE RUMOR*

straight up trade.... the Tebow to New England for Ryan Mallett


If I was DEN, I'd take it. Mallett has potential, and could learn from Manning.
 
2012-03-19 06:27:51 PM
I still dont get all the Tebow hate.

I can only think its jealousy.
 
2012-03-19 06:39:43 PM

CavalierEternal: Publikwerks: robsul82: Stallworth to the Pats
HEADLINE.OF.THE.DAY

I think I'm the only one to submit a Stallworth headline so far.


How many Stallworths long is his contract?
 
2012-03-19 06:42:34 PM
As the resident best 49ers fan on all of Fark, I'm ok with this. It would have been good to have Manning, but there are so many questions with him and so much money its a "careful what you wish for" scenario. Had we signed him I would have been jumping for joy and declaring DREAM TEAM over and over again and saying 2 of the next 3 Super Bowls were the 49ers to lose. The good thing about the 49ers is that they don't need Manning to win a super bowl, it would have just helped. They have a really strong team, returning all of their defensive starters from the leagues best D last year, and upgrading the WR situation (and will most likely again do it in the draft or maybe even grab Mike Wallace, or both). Their salary cap is now set to resign Goldson and Bowman next year, and also be in play for any free agents of need.

If Alex Smith comes back I'll be excited, because I think two years in the same system, for everyone on offense, will help a lot. I think he has a ceiling of being good to very good, and with being just above average last year the team almost made it to the Super Bowl. I'd also be fine with Josh Johnson or Kap, although thatd probably push the Super Bowl timeline back a year or two while Kap developed into the starting role.

TLDR Manning would have been cool, I'm ok with this and whatever happens with the 49ers QB situation.
 
2012-03-19 06:43:02 PM

TheManofPA: CavalierEternal: Publikwerks: robsul82: Stallworth to the Pats
HEADLINE.OF.THE.DAY

I think I'm the only one to submit a Stallworth headline so far.

How many Stallworths long is his contract?


I don't know. Are the Browns still paying him for the 7 year monster contract he signed in 2008?
 
2012-03-19 06:44:23 PM

redmid17: but the vast majority of elite QBs are top 15, usually top 10, picks. Jags have the 7th pick.


The 7th pick will either get them the 3rd or 4th best QB coming out this year. Not a real great gamble.
 
2012-03-19 06:45:20 PM

BiggityBanninated: I still dont get all the Tebow hate.

I can only think its jealousy.


Have you not yet realized that Fark is heavily populated by militant atheist liberals?
 
2012-03-19 06:45:22 PM
As the resident best Browns fan on all of Fark, let me be the first to say please, for the love of God, do not let Tim Tebow land in Cleveland. If I have to turn on the TV every Sunday and see a bunch of Focus On The Family nutjobs in Browns jerseys, I may very well light myself on fire out of shame.
 
2012-03-19 06:46:00 PM

Parthenogenetic: Deadhouseplants: Morgan Freeman is replacing Tim Tebow???

George Burns > Morgan Freeman > Alanis Morissette > Tebow


If we're covering all the bases...
 
2012-03-19 06:46:50 PM
 
2012-03-19 06:48:02 PM

CavalierEternal: As the resident best Browns fan on all of Fark, let me be the first to say please, for the love of God, do not let Tim Tebow land in Cleveland. If I have to turn on the TV every Sunday and see a bunch of Focus On The Family nutjobs in Browns jerseys, I may very well light myself on fire out of shame.


I was actually thinking on my way home he would be a good one or two year fit for the Browns. I think McCoy is the better overall QB, but the dynamic that Tebow brings and excitement would be good for the fan base. It's not like he'd be expensive, and it's not like the Browns won't be drafting their QB of the future next year anyways, so why not take a chance on someone who will sell tickets and win some games?
 
2012-03-19 06:51:33 PM

WhiskeySticks: umad: Brady went out and won his rings with a bunch of nobodies.

While wearing women's boots.


He hasn't won a ring since way back when he got Bridget preggers.
 
2012-03-19 06:52:09 PM
 
2012-03-19 06:53:29 PM
Well, this is just a stupid signing on Denver's part. Peyton is going to look ridiculous running Denver's Option Offense.
 
2012-03-19 06:53:35 PM

BiggityBanninated: I still dont get all the Tebow hate.

I can only think its jealousy.



You know, I don't see a lot of hate/. There's a little to be sure but mostly there's sick of the media oversaturation coupled with 'Tebow seems like a really good hardworking guy but I'd really prefer prefer his 46% completion percentage be inverted to take him seriously as a long-term answer at qb.'
 
2012-03-19 06:54:28 PM

Epiphany: CavalierEternal: As the resident best Browns fan on all of Fark, let me be the first to say please, for the love of God, do not let Tim Tebow land in Cleveland. If I have to turn on the TV every Sunday and see a bunch of Focus On The Family nutjobs in Browns jerseys, I may very well light myself on fire out of shame.

I was actually thinking on my way home he would be a good one or two year fit for the Browns. I think McCoy is the better overall QB, but the dynamic that Tebow brings and excitement would be good for the fan base. It's not like he'd be expensive, and it's not like the Browns won't be drafting their QB of the future next year anyways, so why not take a chance on someone who will sell tickets and win some games?


First off, Cleveland Browns Stadium sells out every game regardless of how bad the team is. Ticket sales are not an issue.

Second, the Browns don't need to win "some games" right now. If they aren't going to be playoff contenders, they're actually better off keeping their 4-5 wins per year to improve their draft stock.
 
2012-03-19 06:55:38 PM

IAmRight: redmid17: but the vast majority of elite QBs are top 15, usually top 10, picks. Jags have the 7th pick.

The 7th pick will either get them the 3rd or 4th best QB coming out this year. Not a real great gamble.


Considering that the 2 top picks are considered some of the greatest QB prospects in NFL history, that kind of takes away the main thrust of your point. However I'm not super impressed with the 3rd and lower QBs either, so I do see your line of thinking. Unless there is a BPA at a position of great need, I'd take a QB if I were Gene Smith. I don't really see a great fit for their team at 7 unless mathieu or blackmon drops to them. Coples is clearly talented, but he has a ton of maturity, motivation, and personality issues. I'm not sure a 4-3 DE is his best fit either, and the Jags are pretty set at TE. Their defense is good enough. They just need to be able to score points.
 
2012-03-19 06:55:45 PM

robsul82: Merril Hoge kicks Tim Tebow in the balls (new window)


Ouch. I kept hearing they were running a drastically simplified playbook for him but I didn't know it was that bad.
 
2012-03-19 06:57:20 PM

CavalierEternal: Epiphany: CavalierEternal: As the resident best Browns fan on all of Fark, let me be the first to say please, for the love of God, do not let Tim Tebow land in Cleveland. If I have to turn on the TV every Sunday and see a bunch of Focus On The Family nutjobs in Browns jerseys, I may very well light myself on fire out of shame.

I was actually thinking on my way home he would be a good one or two year fit for the Browns. I think McCoy is the better overall QB, but the dynamic that Tebow brings and excitement would be good for the fan base. It's not like he'd be expensive, and it's not like the Browns won't be drafting their QB of the future next year anyways, so why not take a chance on someone who will sell tickets and win some games?

First off, Cleveland Browns Stadium sells out every game regardless of how bad the team is. Ticket sales are not an issue.

Second, the Browns don't need to win "some games" right now. If they aren't going to be playoff contenders, they're actually better off keeping their 4-5 wins per year to improve their draft stock.


The Browns have had and botched plenty of high draft picks. They might as well try to compete now.
 
2012-03-19 06:58:50 PM

CavalierEternal: Epiphany: CavalierEternal: As the resident best Browns fan on all of Fark, let me be the first to say please, for the love of God, do not let Tim Tebow land in Cleveland. If I have to turn on the TV every Sunday and see a bunch of Focus On The Family nutjobs in Browns jerseys, I may very well light myself on fire out of shame.

I was actually thinking on my way home he would be a good one or two year fit for the Browns. I think McCoy is the better overall QB, but the dynamic that Tebow brings and excitement would be good for the fan base. It's not like he'd be expensive, and it's not like the Browns won't be drafting their QB of the future next year anyways, so why not take a chance on someone who will sell tickets and win some games?

First off, Cleveland Browns Stadium sells out every game regardless of how bad the team is. Ticket sales are not an issue.

Second, the Browns don't need to win "some games" right now. If they aren't going to be playoff contenders, they're actually better off keeping their 4-5 wins per year to improve their draft stock.


So you would rather your team win 4-5 games a year to improve their draft stock, then win 7 or 8 games a year, possibly still being in the playoff hunt in the last month of the season, and having an exciting QB and the media talking about the Browns a lot? You sir, are no best Browns fan on all of fark. Best Browns fan on all of Fark wants to see his team win as many games as they possibly can.

It's one thing if you don't like Tebow (and another if you don't like him because he is religious, but thats neither here nor there) but its another to actively hope your team fails to improve their draft stock, especially before a season has even started.
 
2012-03-19 06:59:06 PM

wooden_badger: He hasn't won a ring since way back when he got Bridget preggers.


C'mon. They're a dynasty. It's just a dynasty that has allowed other teams to win the last seven super bowls.
 
2012-03-19 07:00:16 PM
Who's Manning the Elder going to throw too at Mile High? Do they even have a TE?
 
2012-03-19 07:02:42 PM

LucklessWonder: Who's Manning the Elder going to throw too at Mile High? Do they even have a TE?


Quick check of the Broncos roster reveals that between their 3 TEs on the rosters, they combine for 4 catches and 2 roster numbers. Either way, Manning will make them work out Clark. If he can still play, I'd expect to see him wearing a Broncos jersey next year.
 
2012-03-19 07:04:46 PM

Epiphany: So you would rather your team win 4-5 games a year to improve their draft stock, then win 7 or 8 games a year, possibly still being in the playoff hunt in the last month of the season, and having an exciting QB and the media talking about the Browns a lot?


Why the hell do you think Tebow gets the Browns an automatic three extra wins?
 
2012-03-19 07:06:45 PM
I live across the street from the broncos training facility. There are like 20 news vans there. That's all of my input.
 
2012-03-19 07:08:44 PM

Epiphany: CavalierEternal: Epiphany: CavalierEternal: As the resident best Browns fan on all of Fark, let me be the first to say please, for the love of God, do not let Tim Tebow land in Cleveland. If I have to turn on the TV every Sunday and see a bunch of Focus On The Family nutjobs in Browns jerseys, I may very well light myself on fire out of shame.

I was actually thinking on my way home he would be a good one or two year fit for the Browns. I think McCoy is the better overall QB, but the dynamic that Tebow brings and excitement would be good for the fan base. It's not like he'd be expensive, and it's not like the Browns won't be drafting their QB of the future next year anyways, so why not take a chance on someone who will sell tickets and win some games?

First off, Cleveland Browns Stadium sells out every game regardless of how bad the team is. Ticket sales are not an issue.

Second, the Browns don't need to win "some games" right now. If they aren't going to be playoff contenders, they're actually better off keeping their 4-5 wins per year to improve their draft stock.

So you would rather your team win 4-5 games a year to improve their draft stock, then win 7 or 8 games a year, possibly still being in the playoff hunt in the last month of the season, and having an exciting QB and the media talking about the Browns a lot? You sir, are no best Browns fan on all of fark. Best Browns fan on all of Fark wants to see his team win as many games as they possibly can.

It's one thing if you don't like Tebow (and another if you don't like him because he is religious, but thats neither here nor there) but its another to actively hope your team fails to improve their draft stock, especially before a season has even started.


Trust me, there's nothing more I want to see than the Browns winning. However, to set the QB position back another 3-4 years just to sell some tickets and jerseys and go 6-10? No.
 
2012-03-19 07:09:31 PM

redmid17: However I'm not super impressed with the 3rd and lower QBs either, so I do see your line of thinking.


I'm just saying Tannehill's hype is coming around because everyone knows Luck and RGIII are going to be gone in the first two picks, so they have to promote the next QB they can find so they can act as though teams with questionable QB situations NEED to pick him.

JohnBigBootay: Ouch. I kept hearing they were running a drastically simplified playbook for him but I didn't know it was that bad.


Keep it in mind that Hoge had been bashing Tebow throughout the whole season last year, and is basically of the same mindset as the people on here that think he needs to be a TE or a FB - sure he's never played those positions in his career, but clearly he'd be better off doing that than leading inferior teams to winning records as an unorthodox QB.
 
2012-03-19 07:11:29 PM
i104.photobucket.com

Do it. Do it now!!
 
2012-03-19 07:15:43 PM

CavalierEternal: Trust me, there's nothing more I want to see than the Browns winning. However, to set the QB position back another 3-4 years just to sell some tickets and jerseys and go 6-10? No.


How does it set their QB position back 3-4 years? He can be a one year stop gap, they will draft their QB of the future next year regardless, and if he is really as good at winning as he has shown everywhere he's been, i'd be happy to take that one or two playoff wins in the next 3-4 years as a browns fan.

JohnBigBootay: Epiphany: So you would rather your team win 4-5 games a year to improve their draft stock, then win 7 or 8 games a year, possibly still being in the playoff hunt in the last month of the season, and having an exciting QB and the media talking about the Browns a lot?

Why the hell do you think Tebow gets the Browns an automatic three extra wins?


Something about taking a dead Broncos team to the playoffs and winning a game there last year. What did they start the season, 0-4? 1-5?
 
2012-03-19 07:16:51 PM

cetacei: [i104.photobucket.com image 500x500]

Do it. Do it now!!


It's not like if they traded for him he could tell them no, he's too nice of a guy to do that! Finally, things are looking up for Dolphins fans. Just trade your draft away for good players on other teams who are too nice to decline the trade.
 
2012-03-19 07:19:33 PM

Epiphany: Something about taking a dead Broncos team to the playoffs and winning a game there last year. What did they start the season, 0-4? 1-5?


Oh for fark's sake. This just in: NFL teams records vary from year to year.
 
2012-03-19 07:20:06 PM

Epiphany: CavalierEternal: Trust me, there's nothing more I want to see than the Browns winning. However, to set the QB position back another 3-4 years just to sell some tickets and jerseys and go 6-10? No.

How does it set their QB position back 3-4 years? He can be a one year stop gap, they will draft their QB of the future next year regardless, and if he is really as good at winning as he has shown everywhere he's been, i'd be happy to take that one or two playoff wins in the next 3-4 years as a browns fan.


We've already invested the last season and a half in Colt McCoy. By giving up on him now just to bring in Tebow, we'd not only be calling those nearly two years a waste, but we'd be giving away another year for a guy who's going to win AT BEST seven games. We're in the AFC North, the toughest goddamn division in football. Seven games isn't going to do sh*t. As much as I'd prefer a seven win team over what we saw last year, I want that to be a sign of actual progress, not inserting some +3 win stopgap player to sell jerseys for a year.
 
2012-03-19 07:20:26 PM

Epiphany: CavalierEternal: Trust me, there's nothing more I want to see than the Browns winning. However, to set the QB position back another 3-4 years just to sell some tickets and jerseys and go 6-10? No.

How does it set their QB position back 3-4 years? He can be a one year stop gap, they will draft their QB of the future next year regardless, and if he is really as good at winning as he has shown everywhere he's been, i'd be happy to take that one or two playoff wins in the next 3-4 years as a browns fan.

JohnBigBootay: Epiphany: So you would rather your team win 4-5 games a year to improve their draft stock, then win 7 or 8 games a year, possibly still being in the playoff hunt in the last month of the season, and having an exciting QB and the media talking about the Browns a lot?

Why the hell do you think Tebow gets the Browns an automatic three extra wins?

Something about taking a dead Broncos team to the playoffs and winning a game there last year. What did they start the season, 0-4? 1-5?


Colt McCoy has not had a chance to prove himself. Hasn't he gone thru two head coaches and two offensive coordinators?

The browns suck not because they have a bad qb, they suck because they have a horrible front office.
 
2012-03-19 07:22:47 PM
I'm sorry, Hoge doing what amounts to an end zone dance by calling Tebow stupid on the way out the door is hilarious.
 
2012-03-19 07:25:26 PM

IAmRight: Keep it in mind that Hoge had been bashing Tebow throughout the whole season last year


Look, you know how I feel about the guy. I like him. I'd like to see him succeed. But if I'm honest with myself I don't think it will be as an everyday starting qb in the NFL, I just don't.

It's one thing to sit there and spout off all the bullshiat we do on fark but if you sit there and imagine you are the GM of ___________ and your career is on the line every day and this is arguably the most important personnel decision you make every year are YOU gonna bring in Tim Tebow and convince the OC and the head coach this could work? I'm betting the answer is no. I think he could be fine as a changeup guy - a wild card sort of thing like the steelers did with randle el and what's his name. As an every day guy, no I don't see it. I could be wrong.
 
2012-03-19 07:26:19 PM

Dinobot: Epiphany: CavalierEternal: Trust me, there's nothing more I want to see than the Browns winning. However, to set the QB position back another 3-4 years just to sell some tickets and jerseys and go 6-10? No.

How does it set their QB position back 3-4 years? He can be a one year stop gap, they will draft their QB of the future next year regardless, and if he is really as good at winning as he has shown everywhere he's been, i'd be happy to take that one or two playoff wins in the next 3-4 years as a browns fan.

JohnBigBootay: Epiphany: So you would rather your team win 4-5 games a year to improve their draft stock, then win 7 or 8 games a year, possibly still being in the playoff hunt in the last month of the season, and having an exciting QB and the media talking about the Browns a lot?

Why the hell do you think Tebow gets the Browns an automatic three extra wins?

Something about taking a dead Broncos team to the playoffs and winning a game there last year. What did they start the season, 0-4? 1-5?

Colt McCoy has not had a chance to prove himself. Hasn't he gone thru two head coaches and two offensive coordinators?

The browns suck not because they have a bad qb, they suck because they have a horrible front office.


Colt McCoy started the second half of his rookie year due to sudden injuries to the 1st and 2nd string Quarterbacks.

Colt then started his 2nd year with a new head coach, in an offense he'd never played in before, without the benefit of an offseason to learn the offense. With all of these hurdles, plus not a single weapon around him on offense outside of Josh Cribbs, he still put up 2,700/14/11 in the 13 games he played before having his brain scrambled by James Harrison.

We don't need another Quarterback. We have a good young Quarterback who could be a very good young Quarterback if he actually had a receiver to throw to, very very good if he had some semblance of a running game behind him, or excellent 3/5 of the offensive line weren't made up of the wives of former USFL players.
 
2012-03-19 07:26:26 PM

JohnBigBootay: IAmRight: Keep it in mind that Hoge had been bashing Tebow throughout the whole season last year

Look, you know how I feel about the guy. I like him. I'd like to see him succeed. But if I'm honest with myself I don't think it will be as an everyday starting qb in the NFL, I just don't.

It's one thing to sit there and spout off all the bullshiat we do on fark but if you sit there and imagine you are the GM of ___________ and your career is on the line every day and this is arguably the most important personnel decision you make every year are YOU gonna bring in Tim Tebow and convince the OC and the head coach this could work? I'm betting the answer is no. I think he could be fine as a changeup guy - a wild card sort of thing like the steelers did with randle el and what's his name. As an every day guy, no I don't see it. I could be wrong.


Kordell Stewart?

/he stepped out of bounds god damn it
 
2012-03-19 07:28:10 PM

JohnBigBootay: Epiphany: Something about taking a dead Broncos team to the playoffs and winning a game there last year. What did they start the season, 0-4? 1-5?

Oh for fark's sake. This just in: NFL teams records vary from year to year.


You asked why I thought he could be worth an extra 3 wins to a bad team. I showed you that he was worth more than that to the Broncos last year. All you said was something that doesn't even mean anything in the context of what we talked about.

Dinobot: Colt McCoy has not had a chance to prove himself. Hasn't he gone thru two head coaches and two offensive coordinators?

The browns suck not because they have a bad qb, they suck because they have a horrible front office.


I don't believe Colt McCoy sucks, I believe with the pieces he has to work with that Tim Tebow can do a better job as a stopgap QB for a year, with the potential to be good for a few years. Colt McCoy isn't the same type of QB as Tebow, he needs weapons and good coaching to be effective (ala Alex Smith).
 
2012-03-19 07:28:18 PM

JohnBigBootay: robsul82: Merril Hoge kicks Tim Tebow in the balls (new window)

Ouch. I kept hearing they were running a drastically simplified playbook for him but I didn't know it was that bad.


I find that ironic coming from a barely serviceable player who's best play was to stay in and block, he's just pissy because someone is succeeding that he hates.
 
2012-03-19 07:29:48 PM

redmid17: Kordell Stewart?


That's the guy. Anyway, yes, I think Tebow could be an effective something in the NFL. He can make some big plays and he has a hell of a lot of heart. But I do NOT see him prospering as an every down qb. I will not be disappointed if he proves me wrong. I love it when honesty and hard work pay off - I really do. But that's not my prediction for him.
 
2012-03-19 07:29:59 PM

CavalierEternal: Colt McCoy started the second half of his rookie year due to sudden injuries to the 1st and 2nd string Quarterbacks.

Colt then started his 2nd year with a new head coach, in an offense he'd never played in before, without the benefit of an offseason to learn the offense. With all of these hurdles, plus not a single weapon around him on offense outside of Josh Cribbs, he still put up 2,700/14/11 in the 13 games he played before having his brain scrambled by James Harrison.

We don't need another Quarterback. We have a good young Quarterback who could be a very good young Quarterback if he actually had a receiver to throw to, very very good if he had some semblance of a running game behind him, or excellent 3/5 of the offensive line weren't made up of the wives of former USFL players.


That's my point.
 
2012-03-19 07:32:12 PM

JohnBigBootay: IAmRight: Keep it in mind that Hoge had been bashing Tebow throughout the whole season last year

Look, you know how I feel about the guy. I like him. I'd like to see him succeed. But if I'm honest with myself I don't think it will be as an everyday starting qb in the NFL, I just don't.

It's one thing to sit there and spout off all the bullshiat we do on fark but if you sit there and imagine you are the GM of ___________ and your career is on the line every day and this is arguably the most important personnel decision you make every year are YOU gonna bring in Tim Tebow and convince the OC and the head coach this could work? I'm betting the answer is no. I think he could be fine as a changeup guy - a wild card sort of thing like the steelers did with randle el and what's his name. As an every day guy, no I don't see it. I could be wrong.


I get that and I agree that without severely shortening his throwing motion he wont succeed in the nfl, I do think if I were an owner I would want him on my team for hist positivity alone.

I don't believe in the whole god made me succeed shiat but he's got too much drive to fail.
 
2012-03-19 07:34:58 PM

JohnBigBootay: Look, you know how I feel about the guy. I like him. I'd like to see him succeed. But if I'm honest with myself I don't think it will be as an everyday starting qb in the NFL, I just don't.


I'm just making sure that when you read anything Merrill Hoge says, bear in mind that he doesn't know anything about the situation, and he's said that he can't play from Day 1 and was almost shaking with rage at the idea of Tebow leading the team to the playoffs. He's the other side of Skip Bayless' extremity on the situation except I can at least buy that Bayless is a troll about everything.

If I'm a GM I ask my coaches. I bet there are several coaches that think they can "fix" Tebow.
 
2012-03-19 07:38:40 PM
Dear FARK,

This isn't "News Flash" worthy and neither was the Duke story the other day.

I miss the old FARK when admins knew the difference between Real News and Jockstrap Reviews.

/sigh
 
2012-03-19 07:40:14 PM

Epiphany: You asked why I thought he could be worth an extra 3 wins to a bad team. I showed you that he was worth more than that to the Broncos last year. All you said was something that doesn't even mean anything in the context of what we talked about.


Tebow didn't 'win' those regular games for the broncos anymore than he 'lost' the playoff game to the ravens. Look, if he's worth extra wins then why wouldn't the other NFL teams want that? He's absolutely dirt farking cheap. AND he sells tickets. If the guys who run these teams think he is worth victories then we'll see a bidding war and a high price, right?

Anyone who thinks the Browns would walk away from extra wins because of some absurd prejudice against the nice Mr Tebow should have their heads examined. They'd sign jeffrey dahmer if they thought it would get them three extra wins.

EXPLANATION: They do not think it gets them three extra wins
 
2012-03-19 07:41:11 PM

Gulliver: Dear FARK,

This isn't "News Flash" worthy and neither was the Duke story the other day.

I miss the old FARK when admins knew the difference between Real News and Jockstrap Reviews.

/sigh


I know right! Like when we got the news flash about the super high tech advanced pocket protectors! Or that scientists took a blurry picture of another star! Or when Alf was canceled :( oh Alf.

/Peyton Manning is huge news right now and the NFL is the biggest sport in America
 
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