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Tebow, Stafford continuing their QB rivalry

leakbrewergator

Awesomeness
oh if you want to talk about their team the team records are like 47-36 but as far as being starting QB's the records are tebow-0 Stafford-1

I was always tought football was a team sport. All I know is that Tebow, as a Florida Gator is 1-1 vs. Georgia.

This is one of those arguments we can go back and forth on all day long.

I look forward to this year's game. Like I've said, I hope both teams are undefeated heading into Jax.
 

GatorGuy8

VIP Member
I find it pretty comical all Georgia fans can say about Stafford in reffernce to Tebow is that he will be a "better pro prospect". That may end up being true, since Tebow is more of a running QB and Stafford may end up with the better passing skills from the pocket. But there is no contest on who the better college QB is. That is all that really matters to me.
 

O-town Gator

Gator Fan
I find it pretty comical all Georgia fans can say about Stafford in reffernce to Tebow is that he will be a "better pro prospect". That may end up being true, since Tebow is more of a running QB and Stafford may end up with the better passing skills from the pocket. But there is no contest on who the better college QB is. That is all that really matters to me.

I'm hearing some banter around cyberspace that Tebow won't make it in the NFL because he's not that strong of a passer - as if they're all clairvoyants (LOL).

Who's to say at this point in time how Tebow will fare in the NFL. He has two more years of college football ahead of him and IMO more room to develop before his career at UF is complete, so it's really hard to predict what potential he has in the pros.

If going back to the two-QB system has an advantage, it should help Tebow become more of a rounded QB as well as take some of the pressure off him. With a revamped running game due in part to the addition of Emmanuel Moody and Coach Carter coming on board we should see a little less of Tebow making rushing plays. If there are some who think he's not much of a passer, they haven't been paying attention as I've seen him make some awesome deep passes - so we know he has the arm strength.

With a few NFL teams recently introducing a "hybrid" form of the spread offense into their playbooks, Tebow stands to be a good fit for their schemes.
 
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