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Tim Fleabow back in NFL
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Tim Fleabow back in NFL
Tim Tebow now on the Eagles Roster.

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/127237...-agreement
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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
Meh. He won't make it out of camp. He's Sam Bradford's ball boy. Or Marcus Mariota's. Well see next weekend.
"There remain four irreducible objections to religious faith: that it wholly misrepresents the origins of man and the cosmos, that because of this original error it manages to combine the maximum servility with the maximum of solipsism, that it is both the result and the cause of dangerous sexual repression, and that it is ultimately grounded on wish-thinking." ~Christopher Hitchens, god is not Great

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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
He may not see a play in regular season but according to the news I have been seeing he does have a 1 year contract.
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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
Tebow's lack of an NFL career is primarily due to his previous declaration that he only wanted to play quarterback; perhaps this has changed. If I were a head coach I could find plenty of value in Tebow just based on his size and athleticism. I see him as a third string quarterback that can contribute on Sunday more than just carrying a clipboard.

Even in the NFL, I think Tebow has tremendous value in short yardage situations and I'm not thinking about under center. Fullback? 

Hell, I can even see him lining up as an H-back or TE in 3 to 5 yard situations. The fact that he has some experience at quarterback simply means a team can extract value from a roster spot that is typically a waste of space.
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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
(April 20, 2015 at 8:19 am)Cato Wrote: Tebow's lack of an NFL career is primarily due to his previous declaration that he only wanted to play quarterback; perhaps this has changed. If I were a head coach I could find plenty of value in Tebow just based on his size and athleticism. I see him as a third string quarterback that can contribute on Sunday more than just carrying a clipboard.

Even in the NFL, I think Tebow has tremendous value in short yardage situations and I'm not thinking about under center. Fullback? 

Hell, I can even see him lining up as an H-back or TE in 3 to 5 yard situations. The fact that he has some experience at quarterback simply means a team can extract value from a roster spot that is typically a waste of space.

Yea yea yea, RG3 also thanks god for making touchdowns, no I wouldn't keep either off the field for that. I simply cant stand our species logic. 

It just annoys the fuck out of me that any moron who scores in a game, or wins an award for music or acting or gets to the top of business, that some invisible sky hero helped them. Especially when 50 million humans die worldwide from everything on average per year.

The logic sucks. 
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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
Jesus gets a hardon whenever Tebow makes a successful play.

I might get a little stiffy too . . . .
 The granting of a pardon is an imputation of guilt, and the acceptance a confession of it. 




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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
He needs to make a switch to fullback/te.  He'd have to train as a fullback/te, he would get injured like a fullback/te, he would not be able to pursue a career as a quarterback.....if he were a fullback/te....
But he'd make for a terrifying fullback/te.  Confronting that fact that every play is a credible option...even after the ball has been legitimately thrown..... isn't something that many defenses can handle.  Get yourself a sprinting machine as wr on the other end.....
(he's not fast enough to be h-back...credibility is important...lol)

-also, they need to get a muzzle or something......I think he should be required to wear a muzzle any time he's playing or attending a press conference.
For what it's worth, it seems like I'm too late to bring up this point about his OP: Whether or not it's possible if something can come from nothing, it's clear that God, if he exists, definitely violates that principle: After all, what is the creation of the world but his creating something out of nothing?


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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
Even Terry Bradshaw thinks he should just keep his mouth shut about religion, and when you're even annoying your fellow Christian, it's time to reign it in.

But thanks to his Jesus fixation, never has more been said about such a mediocre player.
Even if the open windows of science at first make us shiver after the cozy indoor warmth of traditional humanizing myths, in the end the fresh air brings vigor, and the great spaces have a splendor of their own - Bertrand Russell
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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
(April 20, 2015 at 10:09 am)Rhythm Wrote: -also, they need to get a muzzle or something......I think he should be required to wear a muzzle any time he's playing or attending a press conference.

Is it weird that gave me a lady boner?
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RE: Tim Fleabow back in NFL
(April 20, 2015 at 10:25 am)rexbeccarox Wrote:
(April 20, 2015 at 10:09 am)Rhythm Wrote: -also, they need to get a muzzle or something......I think he should be required to wear a muzzle any time he's playing or attending a press conference.

Is it weird that gave me a lady boner?

It'd be weird if it didn't!
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