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Old 11-29-2011, 06:02 PM   #1
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There are a lot of "IFs" for Tebow to get MVP considerations.

If we finish with a winning record, a 10-6 and/or if make the play-offs should be enough acomplishments to get some votes for MVP...

Another point:
As crazy as this may sound, a probowl berth is not out of the realm of possibilities, considering how in the AFC only Brady and Flacco at this point seem to be the only ones that stand out. Plenty spots left to fill the QB position for the probowl in the AFC...

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Old 11-29-2011, 06:03 PM   #2
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There are a lot of "IFs" for Tebow to get MVP considerations.

If we finish with a winning record, a 10-6 and/or if make the play-offs should be enough acomplishments to get some votes for MVP...

Another point:
As crazy as this may sound, a probowl berth is not out of the realm of possibilities, considering how in the AFC only Brady and Flacco at this point seem to be the only ones that stand out. Plenty spots left to fill the QB position for the probowl in the AFC...

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Tebow could slip in if he wins enough to go to playoffs. He will get fan votes, but even some coaches and players will respect a comeback like that. It would be funny to watch tebow go balls out in the pro bowl and piss off some NFC players by str8 arming him into the ground when he is loafing.
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:06 PM   #3
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There are a lot of "IFs" for Tebow to get MVP considerations.

If we finish with a winning record, a 10-6 and/or if make the play-offs should be enough acomplishments to get some votes for MVP...

Another point:
As crazy as this may sound, a probowl berth is not out of the realm of possibilities, considering how in the AFC only Brady and Flacco at this point seem to be the only ones that stand out. Plenty spots left to fill the QB position for the probowl in the AFC...

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hell will freeze over before either of these happens...
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:16 PM   #4
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[QUOTE=Tombstone RJ;3396517]hell will freeze over before either of these happens...[/QUOTEFor a team -the broncos- that was given little chance to make it over 6-7 wins, let alone make the play-offs, I think hell's got a good chance to freeze over...
Remember, I've said getting votes, not that he would get the MVP, but he's got a good chance for some nomination...
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:21 PM   #5
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One of the Denver Post guys made the suggestion today that Tebow could be an MVP runner-up to Aaron Rodgers.
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:25 PM   #6
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Won't happen. He doesn't get the credit for the wins. It's always winning despite Tebow. Bad opponents, good defense, bad coaching, fluke plays etc.
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:34 PM   #7
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maybe if he throws 4 TDs as the super bowl MVP

otherwise, no.
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Imagine the chaos that would ensue if Denver made it to the playoffs and won their first game!

Watching Teebs in the playoffs would be awesome. When the stakes get higher, his play elevates. We have a super-clutch QB.
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For a team -the broncos- that was given little chance to make it over 6-7 wins, let alone make the play-offs, I think hell's got a good chance to freeze over...Remember, I've said getting votes, not that he would get the MVP, but he's got a good chance for some nomination...
yah ok but doesn't his name have to be on the ballot in order to get some votes? Who decides what names go on the MVP ballot?
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:40 PM   #10
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The level of play Aaron Rodgers has consistently shown this season, there's no way anyone else should seriously be considered as league MVP.
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Florida won 2 championships despite Tebow and Tebow's HS team won a state title with him as the senior starting QB who had nothing to do with that either. It's just been a coincidence teams tend to win with him at QB. That is what the bozos would like you all to believe. Whether Tebow develops into a great QB, we will see if he is given a chance, but the idiots who want to believe he won't for various reasons, (mostly stupid), are just as annoying and silly as those they say worship him.

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Florida won 2 championships despite Tebow and a state title in HS even though Tebow was the QB. It's just been a coincidence teams tend to win with him at QB. That is what the bozos would like you all to believe.
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The level of play Aaron Rodgers has consistently shown this season, there's no way anyone else should seriously be considered as league MVP.
Plus the media loves them some Green Bay. I personally can't stand the little stink hole Green Bay and their stupid cheese-eating-fatass fans. Where were these diehard sell out crowds in the 1980's when the packers sucked? Oh yah, they were at home eating cheese.
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Imagine the chaos that would ensue if Denver made it to the playoffs and won their first game!

Watching Teebs in the playoffs would be awesome. When the stakes get higher, his play elevates. We have a super-clutch QB.
True. I remember the second half of that Alabama game of his junior year. The game was in the balance and Tebow unbelievable. People can try to dismiss it because that was college, but he's been doing it in the NFL under less than ideal circumstances.
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Plus the media loves them some Green Bay. I personally can't stand the little stink hole Green Bay and their stupid cheese-eating-fatass fans. Where were these diehard sell out crowds in the 1980's when the packers sucked? Oh yah, they were at home eating cheese.
Can't really argue with "undefeated" though.
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True. I remember the second half of that Alabama game of his junior year. The game was in the balance and Tebow unbelievable. People can try to dismiss it because that was college, but he's been doing it in the NFL under less than ideal circumstances.
Well, the naysayers will say "only college" then tell us how great QB's in college are doing and would be better than Tebow, using their stats in college no less. I just love logic the Tebow haters use.
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True. I remember the second half of that Alabama game of his junior year. The game was in the balance and Tebow unbelievable. People can try to dismiss it because that was college, but he's been doing it in the NFL under less than ideal circumstances.
Tebow is the best when he is under pressure. When he gets his feet under him in this league, he's going to be the next Elway. He's going to be the guy who starts charging back and the other team starts getting shaky-knee'd and nervous and watches the Tebow train run them over.

There's not a better player in the league to root for. The tough guy in a generation of prissy QB's. The mega-clutch dominator. The guy everyone wants to see lose, but who beats their team instead.
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OK, so the reality MVP ballot will probably be something like this:

1. Aaron Rogers

2. Drew Brees

3. Tom the lady Brady

4. Peyton Manning

5. Joe Flacco

any other guesses as who might be on the ballot?
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Tebow is the best when he is under pressure. When he gets his feet under him in this league, he's going to be the next Elway. He's going to be the guy who starts charging back and the other team starts getting shaky-knee'd and nervous and watches the Tebow train run them over.

There's not a better player in the league to root for. The tough guy in a generation of prissy QB's. The mega-clutch dominator. The guy everyone wants to see lose, but who beats their team instead.
When you hear Tebow talk and constantly thank the coaches, the rest of the team, and the fans, I really find ir hard to believe any Bronco fans not liking the guy. I mean, he has to miss practices, call out teammates, complain about play calling to get some people's respect or something? It's ridiculous and really a shame to think a guy that goes out of his way, showing humility can still have Bronco fans rooting for his failure.
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Tebow is the best when he is under pressure. When he gets his feet under him in this league, he's going to be the next Elway. He's going to be the guy who starts charging back and the other team starts getting shaky-knee'd and nervous and watches the Tebow train run them over.

There's not a better player in the league to root for. The tough guy in a generation of prissy QB's. The mega-clutch dominator. The guy everyone wants to see lose, but who beats their team instead.
I agree for the most part but, having said that, I don't think he should be in discussion for the MVP--at least, not yet.
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OK, so the reality MVP ballot will probably be something like this:

1. Aaron Rogers

2. Drew Brees

3. Tom the lady Brady

4. Peyton Manning
5. Joe Flacco
any other guesses as who might be on the ballot?
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Yah, Flacco is a long shot but Manning is obviously the colts MVP, just look at how the team is doing without him. Plus, he's a big time media star, so he's got that going for him too.
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