Posts Tagged ‘Quarterback’

To those who think Tebow has no business in the NFL, I point to this breakthrough game against the Texans as evidence that Tebow can be an effective, if not very good NFL quarterback. Does this one game say everything about Tebow? No, but it does give us an indication that he won’t be a disaster, as so many have predicted. I continue to believe Tebow was too much of a leader, and a winner, at the University of Florida to say otherwise.

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News flash …..,   Brett Favre finally signs with the Vikings.  That sounds familiar.  But wait, didn’t he say only a couple of weeks ago that he was not going to play again.   Seems we’d heard that before too!   What to believe?   Who to believe?  Certainly not Brett Favre!   I’m way […]

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Dear Mr. Campbell, You have taken the high road for weeks, while your boss, Washington Redskins owner, Dan Snyder, has now twice tried to publicly fire you and embarrass you.  I commend you for your decency during what must be an uncomfortable and trying time.   You are truly a southern gentleman.  You are much more decent […]

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Swooning Over Sanchez

Posted: 24th April 2009 by DavidBurnett in NFL, Quarterback
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I’m not surprised at all that NFL scouts and executives are swooning over USC’s Mark Sanchez.   And his stock continues to rise as draft day approaches.   The guy who started only 16 games in his college career is now projected to be the second quarterback drafted, probably within the first four overall picks. […]

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Brett Favre At The End?

Posted: 6th August 2008 by David Burnett in NFL, Quarterback
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For most professional athletes the end never comes easy. This is most certainly the case for Brett Favre who will likely leave Green Bay bitter and angry. This is in stark contrast to the scene just a few months ago when Favre “retired” with tears in his eyes after 16 mostly spectacular years with the […]

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