I thought that myself when I read that article that talked about a Data Scientist(tm)
Chris Brown at Smart Football uses Mattison on the challenges posed by Nebraska's offense to make a point about watching the Denver Broncos. Brown also makes a point how the Michigan defense is developing. Both are highly complimentary. I think most of us will agree. http://smartfootball.com/defense/what-coach-said-this-about-facing-what-...
Start Tebowing. Soon Denarding, a faster version of Tebowing, so fast that you can't capture it in a photo!
"People may say it's underwear, but everyone wears underwear -- it's not like I'm doing something risque," Tebow said this week from his home in Denver. "I wouldn't do anything that goes against what I stand for. The whole campaign is very classy."
Can't wait to see the photoshops
Here's a Squidbillies treatment of Signing Day. Everyone's favorite QB has a prominent role.
Apologies if this is old (or offensive to anyone).
Before playing a single down of professional football, Tim Tebow's mere name scrolled across your back is already the must-have accessory for the season. While his on-field ability remains in question, I have to admit that he is a proverbial cash cow for the Broncos and the NFL, and part of me wants to see him succeed simply because he seems like a decent kid who happens to generate orgasm-inducing praise from middle-aged men in announcing booths.
For consideration: Who would you draft higher? Not who is going to be drafted higher.
As much as can't stand the knob-slobbering media following of Tebow, the guy was a winner. I personal found Mallett to be kind of funny while at Uof M, but for those reasons, as a GM I would stay the hell away from him. Also I think hes a fumbling arm punter.
Mallett is being thrown around in (very ) early First Round talk for next year, and Tebow is almost a lock for 3rd or later this year.
What say you Internets