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Old 04-25-2013   #67
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Default Re: Potential low-risk, high reward Qb for the Texans

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Originally Posted by Hervoyel View Post
I don't think Schaub is the guy either but Tebow? Damn! Why in the world would anyone want to add Tebow to their team now after seeing what his presence did for the Bronco's and Jets?

Being the team that has to tell Tim Tebow that he's not a real boy is a thankless friggin' job if ever there was one. You bring him in, his fans mob you like some kind of Jesus-loving version of the Fresno Mafia we got with Carr. Then McFarland Toys makes another version of his action figure with your teams colors on it and for the entire season whoever your starter is gets picked apart by a bunch of people who should realize that Tebow isn't better than whoever you are trotting out there but who can't for some reason wrap their brains around this. Then he finally gets to play and they don't his faults, give him credit for every other players successes, and start demanding that you start him and reshape your offense around his "unique set of skills" because it supposedly worked in Denver.

F' that! I say again "I don't want him even in Texas much less in Houston".
I laughed out loud with this post.
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