Discussion in 'The Pub' started by pokey, Feb 21, 2019.
Missed the point entirely
He wasn't a good influence on his college roommate.
Love the guy since his days @ Florida. Truly a great role model for kids; not just in sports, but in life. I'm not even talking about the religious aspect of his life. His views: Be positive, give back to others and give thanks for what you've got and to all those who have helped you along the way.
What's to hate about that?
You can't criticize this guy or you hate charity and nice guys and those abs.
His apologists have trouble distinguishing "guy can't throw a football" from "helping sick orphans is the worst."
I disagree with a lot of the things he stands for btw. But I also said from the get-go he would be a bad QB.
His movie, Run The Race, is out in theaters now.
It is what it is.
Which goes to prove some people are hopeless.
or Tebow makes people into murderers
Whoever this guy is he'll probably eventually wind up caught in some motel room with a dead hooker and a kilo of blow
Is this a thinly veiled religious post?
This. I've never rooted against Tebow and he seems like a good guy. And he was one of the best college FB players I've seen. Thinking he isn't (wasn't) a good NFL QB isn't hating on him.
I believe most people believed TT to be a genuine individual. It was the unwarranted and over the top media(hello ESPN) slobberfest that made people dislike him. It still happens to some degree with the baseball coverage. He seems to be a great guy and a very, very good college football analyst.
Good for him and her. I think he'd make a good husband for my daughter.
Not going to link to it because rules. But, if you are so inclined, look up T-Bowie.
Maybe the best thing Jimmy Fallon has ever done.
I understand where you're coming from, but don't agree.
I get it. Great college player (so- he can throw), but many knew he just wasn't made for the NFL. They were right. Good on those who gave him a try.
I hate him because people keep telling me not to, and when I'm told what to do, I do the opposite
Not at all....it’s a testament to his character and general demeanor.
Presumably you would want to meet him before making that call, no?
Right about what? And what would anyone recoil in fear from? Could you clarify?
Also, presuming you know that believing Tebow wasn't a good NFL QB isn't hating.