Well then why complain about his interviews?
You asked how anyone could dislike him. I answered. Iv seen his interviews before but because I dislike them I dont anymore.
Ok sorry i will rephrase. How can anyone who is not a jerk, hate on a person who is so nice, geniune, caring, and spends alot of time with sick kids, etc?
If he wasnt in the NFL I would think he is a saint. But he sucks at the most important part of his job skill wise and gets media attention like no other. He was a joke and then everyone jumped on the bandwagon when they came up with this new gimmick offense. Sorry that because your a narrow minded idiot and refuses to belive your wrong on players you love that you think everyone else has to think like you.
hahahahaha What am i wrong about?
" How can anyone not like him?"
Thats what your wrong about. Its not up to you who gets to like someone. I can hate someone for their job as much as I want to.
Its a question. How can i be a narrow minded idiot and wrong when all i did was ask a question? I never said he was some amazing passer or best qb ever or anything? Your the narrow minded one.
Aight you two... It's over.
Your a narrow minded idiot for asking such a stupid question. If you dont see how narow minded it is to think everyone must like Tebow your stupid. I never said someone else cant like Tebow and I never said why others couldnt. I said why I dont. Thats not narrow minded at all.
Here are some areas the Denver Broncos need to focus on after a 13-10 overtime win over visiting Chicago on Sunday:
Recap: The Broncos’ amazing run continues. Denver scored all of its points after the 57 minutes, 45-minute mark. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Denver became the second team in NFL history to win four straight games after trailing in the fourth quarter. The Broncos join the 2009 Colts who ended up in the Super Bowl. Denver is 7-1 with Tim Tebow as its quarterback and has won six straight games. The Broncos are now 8-5 and have a one-game lead in the AFC West over 7-6 Oakland. If Denver beats Kansas City at home in Week 17, the Raiders will have to finish with a better record than the Broncos to win the division because of tiebreaker reasons.
Biggest area to fix: Denver receivers dropped six passes in the first three quarters, including a sure touchdown by Demaryius Thomas. According to ESPN Stats & Information, Denver averaged a drop every 3.8 pass attempts in the first three quarters. However, the receivers performed much better in the fourth quarter and in overtime as Tebow completed 18 of his 21 completions in that time frame.
Biggest area to build on: Denver kicker Matt Prater deserves major kudos. He kicked a 59-yard field goal in the final seconds to send the game to overtime and he kicked a 51-yarder to win the game in overtime. It is another example of Denver playing complete team football.
What to watch for: Bill Belichick is the defensive master of the NFL. He gets his crack at Tebow on Sunday as New England comes to Denver in a possible preview of a January matchup.
"6 drops? Prove it. Your seriously going to blame his WRs for Tebow awful arm? Just because your obsessed with him doesnt excuse his play (passing)."
^ There is your proof. Dont come in here acting like you know everything when you didnt even watch the games
I absolutely love Tebow and was a big fan of him near the end of the season last year.
But some things get so redundant that I will give up what im cheering for just so I dont have to here it anymore.
I honestly hated Lebron a few years ago, hes starting to get on my better side now but I always wished he would lose. Obviously Im going to root for my team over him, but does anyone else just want to see him get a ring just so we can all shut up about it? Im getting to that point with LeBron, that I actually just want him to get a ring so we dont have to keep talking about it for the next decade and move on.
I feel the same way with Tebow. I dont want my twitter filled with 2 pages of tebow tweets every time the Broncos win a game. I want him to lose just to end the Tebow madness and so that we can start talking about other things.
This guy's will to win is incredible. He will put uop humiliating numbers through 3 quarters and then whenever it's time to perform he finishes with everybody on his side. The guy is a proven winner, 7-1 this year and all of the great things he did at Florida. After a few years he will have learned the NFL game a lot better and I think he can be a solid starting quarterback, especially considering his ability to win games.