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Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by vk3000gt, Sep 12, 2013.
You're right. He's probably waiting for the next great Muslim QB.
But he is building swimming pools at the stadium. After the Jaguar games the fans can wash off the stink.
Precisely. He's serving alcohol to thousands of infidels at every game.
Bianchi normally writes nothing worth reading but he's spot on here. Why not give him a chance, he's no worse than Gabbert at the very least and it would puts butts in the seats.
So politically incorrect. And hilarious.
This is funny as hell North!..........and Kahn shouldn't have any trouble finding one since they're all over the place.....
Bianchi makes valid, logical points in this article. From an outsiders perspective, it is frustrating that the Jaguars don't have enough business sense to pull the trigger on Tebow. I live in Jacksonville, and would purchase tickets if Tebow became a Jaguar and were given the keys to this mess. It has been 6 years since the Jaguars were relevant, and they seem to find new ways to become less relevant every year. When the most popular member of the team is a new owner, and the most interesting story is that your mascot is the highest grossing mascot in the NFL because he was smart enough to own the rights to his character, there is not much worth watching on Sundays unless its for fantasy football.
In Christ forever,
Nobody really thinks like this, right? This was satire, right?
Bianchi is right.
With tebow--more ticket sales, more than 2 points
Maybe they don't see Tebow as a long term solution. If that's the case, the Jaguars going on a run like Denver did that moves them out of the top couple spots in the draft could be quite damaging.
And them there's the whole Los Angeles conspiracy.
Screw Bianchi and the Jags.
Sadly no, I don't think he intended that as satire.
Gator fans should buy the Jags and own it like Packer fans own that franchise. The Jags are mismanaged and always have been.
I used to be a Jags fan (family lives there) but they are on a downward spiral and I can't see them coming back anytime soon. Their last GM did a really poor job of drafting, which is odd since his background was in scouting.
If the Jags become an international team, and therefore become some sort of ambassadors, then why not have some fun? They may not get to the playoffs but the number of people showing up to see Tim would be quite large. It would at least give the franchise an identity. And run the spread option, not a conventional dropback system.
But I always go back to the GM/HC situations. They get paid some major dough and for them to buy off on a circus is probably not a good career move. So it will have to be an owner's decision and would have to come with some significant golden parachutes for their brain trusts.
One last thing, their OLine is in shambles. I can't see any QB surviving with it unless they can throw the ball quickly, and that is not Tim's strong suit.
Jags sign Tebow.
Tebow is terrible.
Blame Muslim owner.
Blame the OC who hates him.
Blame the coach who wants him to fail.
Blame Gabbert and Henne for not cheering him on.
Blame Shorts and Blackmon.
Blame the OL.
Blame the No Fun League.
Boycott the Jaguars.
Now discuss how the 28 teams left should utilize him.
Rinse and repeat.
I refuse to give Bianchi a chance and I don't read Gabbert ... :wink:
You forgot to blame Elway and the Jets somehow.
Rinse and repeat? :huh:
This seems to imply that Tebow has been "given the keys" before and been terrible. The only time Tebow was given the keys and allowed to drive, the results were remarkable - as in remarkably good...as in turn-a-team-around good.
So, why do we start the hypothetical with "Tebow is terrible"?
I don't get it! And, I'm not one of those who completely idolizes Tebow. Harvin was my favorite player from those Gator teams. And, I always put Danny over Tebow when the QB ranking threads come around. But, jeez! Why do people think that Denver team went from losing to winning when Tebow took over? Yeah, the defense played great. But, wasn't it the same defense playing when Orton was losing? - a QB that seems to actually get some respect despite how much worse the exact same team did when Orton was QB'ing them.
BTW - didn't read the article....maybe later. :bored: