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Old 12-08-2011   #481
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T.J. Yates worships at the altar of Tim Tebow: Does the new Houston Texans quarterback know magic?

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Yates may be the most unlikely starting quarterback in the NFL this year — one of the most unlikely this decade. A rookie third stringer, a fifth-round draft pick to boot, on the Houston Texans, who came into the season with one of the most secure quarterback situations in the entire league.

When's that guy ever going to see the field?

The answer is all too real for Texans fans of course: When an 8-3 team loses Matt Schaub to a crushed foot and his backup Matt Leinart to a broken collarbone in consecutive games, that's when. To expect Yates to keep Houston in contention for the No. 1 seed in the AFC, or even to keep the starting job for the rest of the year, one would almost have to believe in magic.

Yates found himself getting booed during his junior year of college at North Carolina, he went to Atlanta to attend the SEC Championship Game, even though the Tar Heels are in a completely different conference and weren't going to play either Florida or Alabama. Yates went, in part, because he wanted to check out Tim Tebow.

This was in 2009, during the heart of Tebow Mania in college football, eye black messages and all. Tebow didn't perform any miracles on that day, in fact his Gators got drilled by Nick Saban's soon-to-be national champion Crimson Tide 32-13. But Yates still soaked up everything he could........

"I was kind of mesmerized," Yates told the Greensboro News & Record at the time. "I had good seats, so I was studying everything Tim Tebow did, how he carried himself throughout the game. It was definitely a good experience. It gives you motivation to want to play in a game like that on a big stage like that."

Hey, if you're looking for quarterback magic, you check out Tebow. With Tim now Tebowing the NFL, going 5-1 as the Denver Broncos starter despite passing stats that would make most Texas high school coaches toss in their sleep, Yates comes across as ahead of the curve. He knew the way Tebow carried himself in the huddle (notice, he didn't say he studied Tebow's passing motion) was extraordinary. Worth going to school on..........
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Now two years later, Yates find himself starting a big NFL game sooner than even he ever could have expected. He'll be going up against Atlanta Falcons quarterback and Schaub buddy Matt Ryan — who's still one of the top young quarterbacks in the league, no matter what his critics think — at Reliant Stadium Sunday afternoon. While no one expects Yates to win a quarterback duel with Ryan (who has a nine to two touchdown-to-interception ratio the last four weeks) — in fact, the Texans cannot win that way — the 24-year-old making his first career NFL start could bring a little Tebow to the table.

No, not in playing style. While more mobile than Schaub (you can also say that about some cement trucks), the 6-foot-4, 220-pound Yates is not anywhere close to the running weapon that Tebow is.

But where he might be able to bring some Tebowing is in the unnatural composure part.
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His understanding of the need to lean on tight end Owen Daniels (still the Texans' most dangerous downfield passing weapon until Andre Johnson shows he's completely back) on that rushed-on drive is also encouraging.

“He’s fine," Schaub said of Yates going into the game. "His state of mind . . . he has a calm presence. He has good poise and composure.

"He’s not going to be deer in the headlights or anything like that."

None of this guarantees that Yates will play well against the Falcons. Or even that he won't be benched for veteran Jake Delhomme, who the Texans just signed off the farm this week, by the fourth quarter of Sunday's game. There are few grace periods in the NFL and an 8-3 team cannot wait for anyone — even if that someone has near-Tebow grace.

Yates is used to making quick decisions. He gave up on football his junior year of high school, convinced that he'd make a better major college basketball player. But when the schools he expected to want him in hoops showed little interest, he went back out for football his senior year — and became a four-year starting quarterback at North Carolina, one of those schools where he always wanted to play basketball.

This is a man who can adjust on the fly. That SEC title game trip shows he knows who to study too. But now the Texans want to know: Does T.J. Yates have any magic of his own?
Written before the Falcons game but a good read.

http://houston.culturemap.com/newsde...ck-know-magic/
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Written before the Falcons game but a good read.

http://houston.culturemap.com/newsde...ck-know-magic/
It's not a good read. It's a great read. Thanks for posting. I just don't want to start seeing fans tattooing "TJ YATES across their bare backs."
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TJ rockin' his trademark pinkie on his free hand. Truely a man's man who's comfy with his style.

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TJ rockin' his trademark pinkie on his free hand. Truely a man's man who's comfy with his style.

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Yeah, but he's not sticking his tongue out.
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TJ rockin' his trademark pinkie on his free hand. Truely a man's man who's comfy with his style.

I really like this guy.
Hey now, he's just practicing by throwing the football with one hand and holding the hardware in the other. Can't blame the guy for preparing for his destiny!

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Yates, a former third-stringer for Houston who played well in his first start, a win over Atlanta, is one of several inexperienced quarterbacks thrust into prominent roles with playoff contenders.

Texans quarterback T.J. Yates is given some encouraging words from wide receiver Kevin Walter in the fourth quarter Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.

The Houston Texans have never made the NFL playoffs, but they're heading into the stretch run with a two-game lead in the AFC South, the league's No. 2 defense and No. 3 running game.

And they have a rookie quarterback in T.J. Yates, a fifth-round pick who was an afterthought invitee to the scouting combine and spent most of this season as a third-stringer behind Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart.

Yates might sound like a 16-year-old kid holding the keys to a Maserati, but that's not how his teammates look at him — especially after his respectable performance in Sunday's 17-10 victory over Atlanta. Making his first NFL start, he completed 12 of 15 passes for 188 yards with a touchdown and no interceptions.

"I knew he was going to come out poised," tackle Eric Winston said Monday by phone. "I knew he'd embrace the moment and the moment wouldn't be too big for him."

That's good, because the moments are only going to get bigger. Yates is among a handful of young quarterbacks thrust into the spotlight for teams still alive in the playoff race.

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I think a lot of TJ Yates' poise and early success is because of the team he has around him. The Texans are clearly a confident team. The defense can hold their own against anyone and the offense, while not spectacular, is very gritty with Arian Foster and Ben Tate leading the way (along with the O-line). Even with all of our injuries, the Texans haven't lost confidence in their ability to dominate a game. I think that gives Yates a lot more confidence about managing the game and helping this team win.
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Yates just looks more quarterbacky than Schaub.

Does that count for anything?
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Until TJ has to bring the team back from a big deficit, or convert some critical 3rd downs to keep a drive going, I don't think we really know what we've got. He certainly hasn't had to do either in the 6 or 7 quarters that he's played so far.

Maybe he will have such an opportunity in Cicinnatti.
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Yeah... Hopefully he doesn't.
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Yeah... Hopefully he doesn't.
This.

Lots of qb's don't have to do that on a regular basis especially not as rookies.

Id prefer a good ol' mud stompin.

Converting 3rd downs, he kind of did that this past weekend.
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Until TJ has to bring the team back from a big deficit, or convert some critical 3rd downs to keep a drive going, I don't think we really know what we've got. He certainly hasn't had to do either in the 6 or 7 quarters that he's played so far.

Maybe he will have such an opportunity in Cicinnatti.
Exactly. But also, if TJ Yates is everything the team and the fans make him out to be, we also need to see steady progress - game by game - and not a regression or simply the status quo.

That's not to say if he goes in and stinks it up against Cincy I would be off his bandwagon, per se, but if he falters, he would really need to bounce back against the Pathers, and so on.

In other words, with 4 games left in the schedule it will be about his body of work going into the playoffs that will not only tell us how we'll fare in the post-season, but also how Yates could perform as a future starter.

A reminder: No rookie 5th round QB has ever one three games in a row.
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Exactly. But also, if TJ Yates is everything the team and the fans make him out to be, we also need to see steady progress - game by game - and not a regression or simply the status quo.

That's not to say if he goes in and stinks it up against Cincy I would be off his bandwagon, per se, but if he falters, he would really need to bounce back against the Pathers, and so on.

In other words, with 4 games left in the schedule it will be about his body of work going into the playoffs that will not only tell us how we'll fare in the post-season, but also how Yates could perform as a future starter.

A reminder: No rookie 5th round QB has ever one three games in a row.
One has to wonder how many rookie 5th round QBs have even played three games in row.

Anyway, I think that it will be a tough game tomorrow.
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One has to wonder how many rookie 5th round QBs have even played three games in row.

Anyway, I think that it will be a tough game tomorrow.
Only 3 since the 1970 merger. See post #465 of this thread.
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What happens is....... What I said was....

TJ will make a number of good plays, BUT he will throw a pick (or in general) make a bad play.... That said, when we ALL freak out after that, we WIN!! We are laying 3, but I got us for the straight up WIN!!

Of course whenever I say "Book it"!!! I am all about FAIL!! We'll see tomorrow. I have the Texans by 8!!!! 24-16(ish).....
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A reminder: No rookie 5th round QB has ever one three games in a row.
No Tarheel has ever started as a QB either.
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Here is a fantastic pre-draft scouting report on TJ Yates leading up to the draft & now his opportunity to lead Texans into the post season, enjoy! http://www.draftnasty.com/football/a...-center-stage/

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