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This List Of QBs Who Have Gotten Jobs Ahead Of Tim Tebow Makes It Clear: He’s Not Coming Back To The NFL
Whether Tebow’s status as a circus act is making teams wary, or they really believe some guy named Jordan Palmer is a better choice to back up their starting quarterback, is irrelevant. Tebow isn’t getting consideration as an option anymore.
The “Is Joe Flacco Elite?” question actually means something now, because the Super Bowl XLVII MVP needs a new contract. It seems safe to assume he’ll get a fat one. But how much will he get, and how much does he deserve after producing perhaps the greatest quarterback performance for a QB of all-time? An investigation, after the jump.
It’s Been A Quarter Century Since A Quarterback The Kansas City Chiefs Drafted Started And Won A Game For Them
This is one of those stats that really makes you question your faith in humanity. How could any professional sports team have a front office so incompetent that it hasn’t been able to draft a marquee player capable of winning a game for 25 years running? Then again, the Kansas City Chiefs.
John Madden Anoints Robert Griffin III Second Coming Of Tim Tebow, Except That RG3 Can Throw A Football
Robert Griffin III is having a pretty damn good week. He wins his first NFL game, does it against a Saints squad in their impenetrable fortress, and becomes the first rookie to take home Player of the Week honors in Week 1. On top of that, he’s received high praise from everyone’s favorite football guru, John Madden. And even better, it came at the expense of Tim Tebow! Read more after the jump.
The Vikings entered this season with high expectations after reaching the NFC Championship game last year. But that success hasn’t held up, and, after weeks of speculation, coach Brad Childress was shown the door. Could Brett Favre be next?