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broncobum6162
04-05-2009, 07:43 PM
Am I missing something here? I can't believe that this has not been posted before since the departure of Jay Cutler. I strongly believe we should use this draft to upgrade our defense, that is reason #1. It didn't matter last year that we had Jay because our defense sucked so bad. That alone should be reason enough to think defense. Reason#2 is that this is considered to be a weak year on QBs and I myself have never been that impressed w/ Sanchez. On top of that, I believe that in Orton and Simms, we have good enough talent to make it through a few seasons w/ them. #3 reason to wait is that IMHO we have one of the great superstar college quarterbacks graduating, yes graduating, from college. Not only does Tim Tebow hold many SEC records and turn in gutsy performances from week to week, he has a great head on his shoulders. I believe him to be even a greater talent than Jay C. What does everyone else think?:yayaya::thumbs:

PaintballCLE
04-05-2009, 07:45 PM
Sorry Bum......your a great tailgater and a great bronco fan but tim tebow? I would take bradford or mccoy over tebow in a hearbeat.

Although maybe we could draft him as a RB LOL jk

Br0nc0Buster
04-05-2009, 07:46 PM
Ha......no

Peyton Hillis would be a better qb than Tebow

BroncoBuff
04-05-2009, 07:47 PM
I dunno about Tebow, but 2010 is the quarterback drafting year, no doubt.

Come to think of it, Tebow seems like Josh's kinda guy ....

Rohirrim
04-05-2009, 07:49 PM
Tebow sure is fun to watch. The guy plays with passion and abandon. He's a great college player.

BroncoBuff
04-05-2009, 07:56 PM
Tebow sure is fun to watch. The guy plays with passion and abandon. He's a great college player.

NewRohirrim is right ... Tebow is a great COLLEGE quarterback (and an imposing physical specimin). I'm not sure his skills set translates to the NFL, though.

broncobum6162
04-05-2009, 07:57 PM
Sorry Bum......your a great tailgater and a great bronco fan but tim tebow? I would take bradford or mccoy over tebow in a hearbeat.

Although maybe we could draft him as a RB LOL jk

Your bustin my b@lls man. LOL The dude can play football w/ a broken leg too! Betcha he could play football w/ half his brain tied behind his back just to make it fair!

tsiguy96
04-05-2009, 07:57 PM
most scouts dont have him playing QB in the NFL

Breck Bronc
04-05-2009, 08:04 PM
Maybe McDaniels wants to add the jump pass to the offense in 2010? You never know.

Tebow can also perform circumcisions if need be.

spdirty
04-05-2009, 08:05 PM
maybe as an H-Back.

BroncoMan4ever
04-05-2009, 08:05 PM
Sorry Bum......your a great tailgater and a great bronco fan but tim tebow? I would take bradford or mccoy over tebow in a hearbeat.

Although maybe we could draft him as a RB LOL jk

i'd take a shot on Tebow in the 3rd round maybe. if McCoy and Bradford aren't available to us. Regardless of when he gets taken, he will need to sit for a couple seasons, so we need someone who can shoulder the load for at least 3 years, and i am not sure Orton or Simms could do it.

JCMElway
04-05-2009, 08:07 PM
Jevon Snead is coming out in this class too. Im my mind the Broncs options are:

--Take Sanchez at #12, no trading up bulls**t!
--Grab Rhett Bomar in the 5thish round
--Take whoever falls to us at QB in 2010. My prefered order would be Bradford, Snead, McCoy, Tebow.

And yes, Tebow is a great college QB. COLLEGE. His skills may not translate to the pros.

broncobum6162
04-05-2009, 08:14 PM
most scouts dont have him playing QB in the NFL

Awwwww.... what do the scouts know! They had Jay C behind Young and Leinhart. How many other first round busts have been homered by the scouts. I know, its a real crap shoot. It will be real interesting to see how his game progresses his senior year, a year which is passed up by many QBs anxious for the big bucks. His momma would have gave him a real @ss whipping if he would have declared his junior year. I've been real impressed w/ his toughness and the way he can bring his A game when needed most.

400HZ
04-05-2009, 08:15 PM
Tebow's throwing mechanics are a mess, but not neccessarily uncorrectable. I wouldn't ever bet against anyone with his level of commitment, work ethic, and drive.

Archer81
04-05-2009, 08:16 PM
Meyer built an offense around the skills of his quarterback, and has won 2 national titles...not a horrible thing. If we draft tebow it wont be the end of everything. He would need alot of work on his mechanics and footwork.


:Broncos:

broncobum6162
04-05-2009, 08:20 PM
Meyer built an offense around the skills of his quarterback, and has won 2 national titles...not a horrible thing. If we draft tebow it wont be the end of everything. He would need alot of work on his mechanics and footwork.


:Broncos:

And that would make him a great project for our boy genius of a coach! I can hear him gloat now "See, I made Cassel into a great QB, and now I've created a QB monster in Tebow" "Tebow or not Tebow, that is the question":clown:

Archer81
04-05-2009, 08:23 PM
And that would make him a great project for our boy genius of a coach! I can hear him gloat now "See, I made Cassel into a great QB, and now I've created a QB monster in Tebow" "Tebow or not Tebow, that is the question":clown:



HAHA.


He takes us to a superbowl or 4, and he can gloat all he likes.


:Broncos:

Dudeskey
04-05-2009, 08:24 PM
Tebow? LOL LOL LOL LOL

This makes the idea of signing Michael Vick seem sane...

Kaylore
04-05-2009, 08:26 PM
We could totally draft Tim Tebow. I would love to see us throw a fourth round pick at him if he's available. :)

theAPAOps5
04-05-2009, 08:27 PM
Retarded, that is all

Pony Boy
04-05-2009, 08:35 PM
You got to think "what would Belichick do"? Belichick would not take a QB in the first round. He has had Bomar in for a close look and will probably take him in the 3rd round and keep him on the shelf. McD will mirror Belichick, OB's are not a priority for him. Stock pile the draft picks, it's the Patriot way.

Atwater His Ass
04-05-2009, 08:45 PM
You got to think "what would Belichick do"? Belichick would not take a QB in the first round. He has had Bomar in for a close look and will probably take him in the 3rd round and keep him on the shelf. McD will mirror Belichick, OB's are not a priority for him. Stock pile the draft picks, it's the Patriot way.

That works great when you luck out beyond belief and get a franchise QB in the 6th round. You know, that kind of affords you the ability to address other areas of your team and move guys with attitudes around other positions since they aren't near as important (and are more plentiful) as the guy lining up behind center.

So tell me. How does this "patriot way" bull**** apply when lightening doesn't strike for you w/ a QB in the late rounds and you trade away an already proven top 5 talent?

You end up with **** like Kyle Orton and Chris Simms.

Broncoman13
04-05-2009, 08:48 PM
Tim Tebow and Tyler Hansborough... two of my favorite college players of this decade, but neither will be great pros. Both will be servicable though and you can't measure heart so anything can happen!

McDman
04-05-2009, 08:51 PM
I hate Tim Tebow. I pray to God we do not take him.

Pony Boy
04-05-2009, 08:54 PM
That works great when you luck out beyond belief and get a franchise QB in the 6th round. You know, that kind of affords you the ability to address other areas of your team and move guys with attitudes around other positions since they aren't near as important (and are more plentiful) as the guy lining up behind center.

So tell me. How does this "patriot way" bull**** apply when lightening doesn't strike for you w/ a QB in the late rounds and you trade away an already proven top 5 talent?

You end up with **** like Kyle Orton and Chris Simms.

Oh I agree with what you are saying, I'm just trying to figure out what McD will do and he mirror Belichick. I think he is happy with Orton and Sims.

Hercules Rockefeller
04-05-2009, 09:01 PM
I hate Tim Tebow. I pray to God we do not take him.

Uhhhhhh . . . Tebow=God

So you hate God and are praying to Him that the Broncos do not draft Him?

s0phr0syne
04-05-2009, 09:03 PM
I saw the subject line and thought this was going to be a pro-abstinence thread.

lex
04-05-2009, 09:04 PM
Tim Tebow took some criticism last year for going to the Phillippines and not working enough on his craft over the summer. I dont know if he will work on the finer points of passing this summer. That remains to be seen but the guy has been totally raw compared to a lot of QBs. The thing is though that he held passing records in high school and considering Florida is one of the big three states when it comes to HS football, that deserves some consideration. He may have it in him to be a good passer (again, he has passing records in FL high school football) but he is definitely a project and then the question becomes where you draft him.

BTW, you will also have guys like Snead and Lefevour who are also mobile but probably more polished as passers.

SouthStndJunkie
04-05-2009, 09:18 PM
I saw the subject line and thought this was going to be a pro-abstinence thread.

Very clever....wish I would have thought of that line.

Pony Boy
04-05-2009, 09:27 PM
I like it when he fakes the run up to the line and stops, sets and does the Tebow jump shot. You would get your head ripped off if you tried that in the NFL. Kind of like trying to run the option on Ray Lewis.

RhymesayersDU
04-05-2009, 09:31 PM
Tim Tebow makes Chuck Norris cry.

Tebow will revolutionize the Wildcat formation.

'Tis all.

Xenos
04-05-2009, 09:31 PM
If anything it gives people an excuse to post pictures of the women he's been with:

http://watchmojo.com/blogs/images/tim_tebow_girlfriend2.jpg

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_CezbgHDlN3A/Rzk_RQImmVI/AAAAAAAAAXY/-RTCsez2Zu4/s400/sam-kellers-girlfriend-3.jpg

http://img257.imageshack.us/img257/5757/pic21056d16b2kx9.jpg

http://thesportsculture.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/tebow2no9.jpg

http://liberalvaluesblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/tebow-girlfriend-2.jpg

http://nysuperblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/lucy-pinder-superman-shirt.jpg

OBF1
04-05-2009, 09:34 PM
I have watched over half the games Tebow has played and to say he does not have an arm is a joke. The guy is the toughest QB in college and with the right coaching could be a very good NFL caliber QB.

Atwater His Ass
04-05-2009, 10:11 PM
Oh I agree with what you are saying, I'm just trying to figure out what McD will do and he mirror Belichick. I think he is happy with Orton and Sims.

Which is a huge problem.

Ramathorn
04-06-2009, 05:10 AM
Hell NO to tebow in the top 4 rnds. I would venture a 5-7th on him for other posistions. I mean, we did take clarett with a 3rd or 4th. Tebow would make a good fullback or part time halfback.

WolfpackGuy
04-06-2009, 05:57 AM
Tim Tebow is a "slash" player at best.
Anybody that drafts him to be a fulltime QB is a damn fool.

Drek
04-06-2009, 07:01 AM
Which is a huge problem.

Why?

Orton is a great fit for the style of offense we'll be running, and he was a solid NFL QB when given a consistent shot in a much worse offense, with a scheme less conducive to his talents.

TheElusiveKyleOrton
04-06-2009, 07:24 AM
Am I missing something here? I can't believe that this has not been posted before since the departure of Jay Cutler. I strongly believe we should use this draft to upgrade our defense, that is reason #1. It didn't matter last year that we had Jay because our defense sucked so bad. That alone should be reason enough to think defense. Reason#2 is that this is considered to be a weak year on QBs and I myself have never been that impressed w/ Sanchez. On top of that, I believe that in Orton and Simms, we have good enough talent to make it through a few seasons w/ them. #3 reason to wait is that IMHO we have one of the great superstar college quarterbacks graduating, yes graduating, from college. Not only does Tim Tebow hold many SEC records and turn in gutsy performances from week to week, he has a great head on his shoulders. I believe him to be even a greater talent than Jay C. What does everyone else think?:yayaya::thumbs:

But... Jay Cutler wasn't a fullback...

I'm confused...

socalorado
04-06-2009, 07:31 AM
One thing about Tebow is hes a very smart guy. and he has a HUGE drive to be the best, so i wouldnt bet against him.
Hes one of those guys that wants you to bet against him, so he can prove you wrong. His attitude and competitive nature actually reminds me a bit of Elway.But he is very raw still.
I will reserve my judgement until i see him this year. If he fixs that throwing motion, he could be a very interesting player.

Archer81
04-06-2009, 07:41 AM
One thing about Tebow is hes a very smart guy. and he has a HUGE drive to be the best, so i wouldnt bet against him.
Hes one of those guys that wants you to bet against him, so he can prove you wrong. His attitude and competitive nature actually reminds me a bit of Elway.But he is very raw still.
I will reserve my judgement until i see him this year. If he fixs that throwing motion, he could be a very interesting player.


His throwing motion is something that can be corrected, but Florida may throw more next year. Never know until we see it though.


:Broncos:

MOCRUSH
04-06-2009, 08:19 AM
Tim Tebow and Tyler Hansborough... two of my favorite college players of this decade, but neither will be great pros. Both will be servicable though and you can't measure heart so anything can happen!

Hansborough at tight end? BRILLIANT!!!!!

Doggcow
04-06-2009, 08:28 AM
Everyone that doubts Tebow's ability to play in the NFL, See Ben Roethlisberger.

COWBELL
04-06-2009, 10:07 AM
I would take Taylor Mays over Tebow

epicSocialism4tw
04-06-2009, 10:15 AM
Jevon Snead is coming out in this class too. Im my mind the Broncs options are:

--Take Sanchez at #12, no trading up bulls**t!
--Grab Rhett Bomar in the 5thish round
--Take whoever falls to us at QB in 2010. My prefered order would be Bradford, Snead, McCoy, Tebow.

And yes, Tebow is a great college QB. COLLEGE. His skills may not translate to the pros.

I agree on Bomar. I saw him play at OU quite a bit and he has some real physical gifts...not sure about the brain though. He would be worth a flier in the 5th.

I would rather see us wait til' next season and make a hard run at Bradford, who is the perfect QB for McDork.

epicSocialism4tw
04-06-2009, 10:17 AM
Everyone that doubts Tebow's ability to play in the NFL, See Ben Roethlisberger.

Why?

Benburger has a great arm. Tebow throws wounded ducks.

Tebow is good because teams line up at the LOS to prevent him running the ball for 5-10 yard gains on every play when the 'backers drop into coverage. He's hard to tackle, so once he gets across the LOS, its almost a certain 5 yards.

Rock Chalk
04-06-2009, 12:23 PM
I have watched over half the games Tebow has played and to say he does not have an arm is a joke. The guy is the toughest QB in college and with the right coaching could be a very good NFL caliber QB.

Would you like to make a Wager on that Dmitri? I'll bet you that Tebow is never even an average QB. To be honest, I will be SHOCKED if he ever plays a down as QB in the NFL.

broncofan7
04-06-2009, 01:03 PM
As a huge Gators fan, I wish I could say that I think Tebow's Game will translate into the NFL. But it just won't. He lacks the perimeter quickness necessary to get the edge in the NFL and his QB draws will get stuffed to no end. His accuracy has much to be desired and in the NFL, the passing windows are even smaller than in the SEC--and his WR's have to do a GREAT job of adjusting to his passes NOW. In the pros, they are going to be incomplete or worse. Tebow should not even be drafted as a QB in the NFL IMHO and unless he drastically changes his mechanics, I don't see that changing.

broncofan7
04-06-2009, 01:06 PM
If anything it gives people an excuse to post pictures of the women he's been with:

http://watchmojo.com/blogs/images/tim_tebow_girlfriend2.jpg

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_CezbgHDlN3A/Rzk_RQImmVI/AAAAAAAAAXY/-RTCsez2Zu4/s400/sam-kellers-girlfriend-3.jpg

http://img257.imageshack.us/img257/5757/pic21056d16b2kx9.jpg

http://thesportsculture.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/tebow2no9.jpg

http://liberalvaluesblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/tebow-girlfriend-2.jpg

http://nysuperblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/lucy-pinder-superman-shirt.jpg


Now that is some GRADE A A$$. Got a name? How do you guys find this stuff? Like Orton's Drunk pics, etc.......I would have no idea where to look.....

AbileneBroncoFan
04-06-2009, 03:03 PM
Am I missing something here? I can't believe that this has not been posted before since the departure of Jay Cutler. I strongly believe we should use this draft to upgrade our defense, that is reason #1. It didn't matter last year that we had Jay because our defense sucked so bad. That alone should be reason enough to think defense. Reason#2 is that this is considered to be a weak year on QBs and I myself have never been that impressed w/ Sanchez. On top of that, I believe that in Orton and Simms, we have good enough talent to make it through a few seasons w/ them. #3 reason to wait is that IMHO we have one of the great superstar college quarterbacks graduating, yes graduating, from college. Not only does Tim Tebow hold many SEC records and turn in gutsy performances from week to week, he has a great head on his shoulders. I believe him to be even a greater talent than Jay C. What does everyone else think?:yayaya::thumbs:

If you think Tim Tebow's passing talents are in the same league's as Jay Cutler, I must seriously question how much of either one of them you have watched. Cutler has superior arm strength, accuracy, mechanics, and is better at reading a defense.

Sam Bradford and Colt McCoy would be 10x as good of fits for our offense as Tebow. Tebow simply cannot pass well enough to run a spread type offense in the NFL. We need someone who is smart, has a quick and consistent release, excels at spreading the ball to different receivers, can move in the pocket before stepping up and making the throw, and hopefully has enough arm strength to fit the ball into the tight passing lines of the NFL. Tebow does not possess all of those things, and while I will never question his leadership (even if it is a little too melodramatic for my liking) or toughness, I seriously question his ability to complete passes in the NFL. With Bradford or McCoy we will not have that problem. If you want a Tebow type QB, hop on the McCoy bandwagon. He brings all of the leadership/toughness/playmaking intangibles, and is a superior passer, especially accuracy wise. Bradford hasn't proven to be as "big game" yet, but he has the best passing skill set of all of them. I have not seen enough of Dan LeFevour to accurately evaluate him, but others on this board I respect are high on him, so I would include him as a first round possibility for us at the present time.

Breck Bronc
04-06-2009, 03:18 PM
Now that is some GRADE A A$$. Got a name? How do you guys find this stuff? Like Orton's Drunk pics, etc.......I would have no idea where to look.....The first and last pictures are of British model Lucy Pinder, who is not Tebow's girlfriend and has probably never even met Tebow.

The girl in the FSU Cowboy hat is Jen Sterger, who rose to fame by flaunting her big fake cans while sitting in the front row during a nationally televised FSU/Miami game a few years ago. She is also not Tebow's girlfriend.

Doggcow
04-06-2009, 03:27 PM
Now that is some GRADE A A$$. Got a name? How do you guys find this stuff? Like Orton's Drunk pics, etc.......I would have no idea where to look.....

Lol you should watch the Southpark Episode: The Snuke.

ZONA
04-06-2009, 03:49 PM
There have been discussions and polls with Tebow's name but honestly, most people would rather have Sanchez or Bradford or McCoy. No way in heck do I want Tebow as my future "pass first" QB of the Broncos.

broncofan7
04-06-2009, 03:54 PM
The first and last pictures are of British model Lucy Pinder, who is not Tebow's girlfriend and has probably never even met Tebow.

The girl in the FSU Cowboy hat is Jen Sterger, who rose to fame by flaunting her big fake cans while sitting in the front row during a nationally televised FSU/Miami game a few years ago. She is also not Tebow's girlfriend.

Dude--you are the walking wikipedia of hot women..If I wind up divorced(and if my wife were to discover some of my posts, that is probably likely)--I am going to hit you up for advice on the who's who of hot...you need to have your own web show/blog--like a 'straight perez hilton'

Breck Bronc
04-06-2009, 04:24 PM
Dude--you are the walking wikipedia of hot women..If I wind up divorced(and if my wife were to discover some of my posts, that is probably likely)--I am going to hit you up for advice on the who's who of hot...you need to have your own web show/blog--like a 'straight perez hilton'lol. Nah, I've just been on too many college football message boards for the Florida schools - UM, FSU, UF.

broncobum6162
04-06-2009, 05:29 PM
If you think Tim Tebow's passing talents are in the same league's as Jay Cutler, I must seriously question how much of either one of them you have watched. Cutler has superior arm strength, accuracy, mechanics, and is better at reading a defense.

Sam Bradford and Colt McCoy would be 10x as good of fits for our offense as Tebow. Tebow simply cannot pass well enough to run a spread type offense in the NFL. We need someone who is smart, has a quick and consistent release, excels at spreading the ball to different receivers, can move in the pocket before stepping up and making the throw, and hopefully has enough arm strength to fit the ball into the tight passing lines of the NFL. Tebow does not possess all of those things, and while I will never question his leadership (even if it is a little too melodramatic for my liking) or toughness, I seriously question his ability to complete passes in the NFL. With Bradford or McCoy we will not have that problem. If you want a Tebow type QB, hop on the McCoy bandwagon. He brings all of the leadership/toughness/playmaking intangibles, and is a superior passer, especially accuracy wise. Bradford hasn't proven to be as "big game" yet, but he has the best passing skill set of all of them. I have not seen enough of Dan LeFevour to accurately evaluate him, but others on this board I respect are high on him, so I would include him as a first round possibility for us at the present time.

Maybe a better way of putting my post would be to say he has just as good of potential if not better providing he improves on his mechanics. Yes he needs work, I agree, he's got his whole senior year ahead of him. All of his weak points can be worked on which I'm sure he's heard all of the things he needs to work on from his coach, scouts etc. I don't think he would be a first rounder at this point either. BUT I do think he is worth a look and depending on how he matures this next year will make a big difference on what round he would go in. If Orton pans out he could be worth at least 2 years and let Tebow ride the pine and let our boy genius help him mechanically. We may have a totally different perspective on him in another year at this time. There's been a lot of good points made by all posting.

AbileneBroncoFan
04-07-2009, 03:04 PM
Maybe a better way of putting my post would be to say he has just as good of potential if not better providing he improves on his mechanics. Yes he needs work, I agree, he's got his whole senior year ahead of him. All of his weak points can be worked on which I'm sure he's heard all of the things he needs to work on from his coach, scouts etc. I don't think he would be a first rounder at this point either. BUT I do think he is worth a look and depending on how he matures this next year will make a big difference on what round he would go in. If Orton pans out he could be worth at least 2 years and let Tebow ride the pine and let our boy genius help him mechanically. We may have a totally different perspective on him in another year at this time. There's been a lot of good points made by all posting.

I'm thinking Orton is going to start for 2 years if he has moderate success this year. I think Tebow can improve (he will never be a dominant NFL QB as he simply doesn't have the arm strength or the accuracy) into a decent player if given a few years and a system that caters to his strengths. However, neither of those things are luxuries that we have. McCoy or Bradford would be absolutely perfect fits for what McDaniels wants to do, and they could conceivably be starters from day one if Orton can't handle the job. Of course it's very feasible someone we've never heard of could explode on the scene between now and then. Matt Ryan wasn't a big ticket prospect until the latter stages of his college career.

garandman
04-07-2009, 03:36 PM
I think most opinions are based of what people hear. I have watched a lot of Tebow here in Florida and I too thought he was not a good NFL QB prospect but my thinking has changed. His mechanics need work for sure but he does have a live arm and can be accurate. What hurts him is the offense FL runs is a wacky style that does not translate to the NFL.

I love his leadership and drive and he no doubt has talent, he is nothing like former UF Qb's (See wuerfell, leak, etc.)

Worth serious consideration

GoBroncos84
04-07-2009, 03:52 PM
Not many people agree with me on this, and many don't even know if Tim will play QB at the next level, but I honestly feel he will be the best QB in the 2010 class. You can all come back to this post and laugh at me if he ends up playing H-Back or anything other than quarterback. I think he will transition and be very good, and I would like to see him in a Bronco uniform if Simms or Orton don't prove to be more than a stop-gap


Also, I hope we do not draft Sanchez. Bomar in the 5th i'd be ok with

broncobum6162
04-07-2009, 05:25 PM
I'm thinking Orton is going to start for 2 years if he has moderate success this year. I think Tebow can improve (he will never be a dominant NFL QB as he simply doesn't have the arm strength or the accuracy) into a decent player if given a few years and a system that caters to his strengths. However, neither of those things are luxuries that we have. McCoy or Bradford would be absolutely perfect fits for what McDaniels wants to do, and they could conceivably be starters from day one if Orton can't handle the job. Of course it's very feasible someone we've never heard of could explode on the scene between now and then. Matt Ryan wasn't a big ticket prospect until the latter stages of his college career.
I definitly agree and I'm not into saying we gotta blow a #1 or trade up for Tebow. I would love to steal him in a later round and let Josh fix him up. I think the Wunderkind Coach has a need to develop a project QB(see Matt Cassel) and a guy like Tebow might would be a great one to start on if thats what he wants. (But this all may change if he suddenly fixes his faults and has a blazing senior year). I'm definitely gonna be watching him close next year. I guess I'm more impressed w/ his intangibles more than anything else.

AbileneBroncoFan
04-07-2009, 08:42 PM
I definitly agree and I'm not into saying we gotta blow a #1 or trade up for Tebow. I would love to steal him in a later round and let Josh fix him up. I think the Wunderkind Coach has a need to develop a project QB(see Matt Cassel) and a guy like Tebow might would be a great one to start on if thats what he wants. (But this all may change if he suddenly fixes his faults and has a blazing senior year). I'm definitely gonna be watching him close next year. I guess I'm more impressed w/ his intangibles more than anything else.

Colt McCoy's intangibles are just as good if not better. This guy is an outstanding leader and is money in the clutch (plus he is a better passer than Tebow). I have complete faith in his skill set and intangibles, but I'll want to see how he weighs in at the combine. I'm thinking we'll get a really good look at both of them in the national championship next year. We shouldn't sleep on taking one of the safeties or Jahvid Best (if we don't pick up an RB this year) either. I think we're going to try to fill out the roster/positions of need this year and go for some studs next year. At least we should.