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Old 08-01-2010, 08:05 AM   #1
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Apparently he was there an hour early and the line of people trying to get in was into the street. He said It's the most full it's ever been.

Follow up text: Tebow came onto the field and the crowd went completely nuts.

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Old 08-01-2010, 08:08 AM   #2
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This is so awesome! I can't wait to get my first "real" camp report!

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Old 08-01-2010, 08:09 AM   #3
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I think the "Tebownites" are going to make me barf come reg. season. Just like the "Cutlerites".
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I think the "Tebownites" are going to make me barf come reg. season. Just like the "Cutlerites".
We needed it as a franchise. I'm still not sold he can make it, but his work ethic alone will ensure he stays in the league for some time. More than that, this franchise needed a super-star get people excited about Bronco football, and not one who is mopey or beats women and drives drunk. Tim Tebow brings a lot of fresh fans who are optimistic in Broncos Country, and I like that.
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Old 08-01-2010, 08:17 AM   #5
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Thanks for the update kaylore. should be an interesting training camp, glad the long wait between the draft and TC is finally over. Tebow wasn't my choice of QB back in April, but time shall tell, hope he's ready for the spotlight.
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Thanks for the update.

Not really psyched about the bandwagon fans, but hey... I'm just going to sit back and enjoy the ride. Hopefully he matures as a football player and does well for us.
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every team has bandwagon fans. if we didn't have any the stadium could never be sold out.. just the way it is.
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I don't care if it's only for a week, a day, or three hours; for whatever time a person is cheering for the Broncos, they are my brother.
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We needed it as a franchise. I'm still not sold he can make it, but his work ethic alone will ensure he stays in the league for some time. More than that, this franchise needed a super-star get people excited about Bronco football, and not one who is mopey or beats women and drives drunk. Tim Tebow brings a lot of fresh fans who are optimistic in Broncos Country, and I like that.
This.

I was afraid that it would be a mad house today. I was going to take my nephews out but told my sister-in-law yesterday that it would be a long wait in line and that we would have to be there about an hour or two early and then sit facing the sun for two more hours. For me, it would be worth it but I'm not sure I can handle it right now (just had surgery) but I knew that my nephews would get restless. We went to a Lax camp yesterday and he was spent after about an hour and a half on the turf field. Long work week but hope to be able to catch a camp this weekend and then hook up with Khan next Wed for a day of camp.

Stoked about Tebow. I saw a post earlier from SSJ regarding Tebow being kind of ugly in throwing/producing. I usually agree with most of what SSJ posts but I don't think this will be the case. Tebow throws a beautiful ball. Its the sketchy mechanics he uses to throw that aren't all that appealing, but when he launches the ball he, more often than not, throws a beautiful pass.
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Old 08-01-2010, 08:40 AM   #10
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I don't care if it's only for a week, a day, or three hours; for whatever time a person is cheering for the Broncos, they are my brother.
Very true. . . I suppose I can grin and bare it.
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Old 08-01-2010, 08:44 AM   #11
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  • When Tebow throws touch passes, they wobble. Accurate but not a tight spiral.
  • Demaryius Thomas isn't just tall, he's thick.
  • 1st Team D-line: McBean, Fields, Bannan
  • 1st team LB's: Doom, Haggan, DJ, Ayers
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  • 2nd Team LB: Moss, Woody, Ayodele, Kirlew
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Old 08-01-2010, 08:48 AM   #12
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I was reading tweets from the Media. Maxblog says that whenever Tebow does anything remotely mediocre like complete a simple pass the crowd roars!
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Old 08-01-2010, 08:51 AM   #13
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Apparently Quinn has his fair share of fans. Lots of ND jerseys in the crowd. Poor neckbeard.
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If there is a worthwhile afternoon session I am going to try and go or at least drive by the complex and see if its worth even trying.
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You talking today Nick or just through out camp?
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We needed it as a franchise. I'm still not sold he can make it, but his work ethic alone will ensure he stays in the league for some time. More than that, this franchise needed a super-star get people excited about Bronco football, and not one who is mopey or beats women and drives drunk. Tim Tebow brings a lot of fresh fans who are optimistic in Broncos Country, and I like that.
That's a good point. We thought we had two but that obviously didn't work out.
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Apparently Quinn has his fair share of fans. Lots of ND jerseys in the crowd. Poor neckbeard.
Its Sunday, people who really appreciate him are still hungover. They will be there for the afternoon practice, after they wake up find their pants, and sneak out of whatever skankbots house they ended up in.
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You talking today Nick or just through out camp?
I meant tomorrow, I might try to get down there depending on how work goes tomorrow.
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We needed it as a franchise. I'm still not sold he can make it, but his work ethic alone will ensure he stays in the league for some time. More than that, this franchise needed a super-star get people excited about Bronco football, and not one who is mopey or beats women and drives drunk. Tim Tebow brings a lot of fresh fans who are optimistic in Broncos Country, and I like that.
I was telling Ironclady last night at my gig I bet Tebow accounts for 10 tds this yr alone. I think he is going to change the game for what a QB can do in a short yardage package. He may not run 10 in per se, but overall I really think he could be a goaline beast with his size, speed and heart. Not just that but hes a winner. He will do anything to get the ball across the goal line.

People should remember Elways stats in many ways stink compared to QBS like manning, brees, steve young, montana etc etc. Elway just refused to lose. Tebow not like Elway as far as his arm goes, but in regards to heart I think he has a lot in common.
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  • 1st O: orton, buck, r quinn, eddie, jabar, lloyd
  • 2nd O. B. Quinn, Knowshon, graham, decker, Thomas, Stokley
  • Dawk dropped a pick of Orton's. Pushups per usual.
  • Lot's of Knowson split wide with Buck as the up-back.
  • Orton and Willis just burned Nate Jones for huge gain.
  • Knowshon's hurt. Limping off field. Sad face.
  • Looks to be a hammy.
  • Tebow just hit Willis with a bomb. Watch yoo talkin 'bout Willis!
  • Moreno getting carted off the field. Sadder face
  • QB sweep Teebow, big play.
  • Lance Ball looks good. Couple of big runs.
  • Eddie jumping catch in traffic.
  • Quinn lazered one to Willis.
  • Baker trucked Moss to the ground.
  • Tebow Lazered one 30 yards down the sideline, good catch Alrett over Alphonso Smith.
  • DJ just destroyed a Screen play.
  • Decker just got a PI call go his way being covered by Cox, long ball thrown by B. Quinn.
  • R. Quinn just caught a pass on Dawkins using his body to shield himself from the hit.
  • Tebow taking reps with the ones.
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I was telling Ironclady last night at my gig I bet Tebow accounts for 10 tds this yr alone. I think he is going to change the game for what a QB can do in a short yardage package. He may not run 10 in per se, but overall I really think he could be a goaline beast with his size, speed and heart. Not just that but hes a winner. He will do anything to get the ball across the goal line.

People should remember Elways stats in many ways stink compared to QBS like manning, brees, steve young, montana etc etc. Elway just refused to lose. Tebow not like Elway as far as his arm goes, but in regards to heart I think he has a lot in common.
Good analogy. I think the same of Tebow. I just hope he doesn't get roughed up trying to be the same player as he was in college. Don't get me wrong, I want him to make the same plays just not take the same hits. Yes, I want my cake and want to eat it too.
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Old 08-01-2010, 09:33 AM   #22
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Bandwagon fans are never good. As quickly as they come, they go.

I look forward to the day when Tebow is even remotely talked about for his on-field abilities in relation to his off field personality. Fans who build their fandom around Tebow's celebrity are not the kinds of fans that the team needs to stay healthy long term.
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Old 08-01-2010, 09:34 AM   #23
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The tweets I've read say if you want to go to the evening practice (530pm) you better get there about 330pm.
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Old 08-01-2010, 09:46 AM   #24
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Practice just ended.
  • "Tebow's killing the gassers they do them same time now - offense on the other field." I think this means suicide runs.
  • Team just broke to "hard work." Crowd chanting "Tebow! Tebow!".
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Same thing happened when Plummer took the practice field for the first time. I know the Tacos of the mane hated him but he brought that winning swagger back that we need after griese.

Their was a spontaneous chant of "Superbowl! Superbowl! Superbowl!" Love Plummer or hate him that's the closest we came to sniffing one.

Thank God Culter and the bad attitudes in Denver are finally gone! Go Broncos!
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