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Jun 18 2013 03:24 PM
Jun 18 2013 01:18 PMActually, back when the Patriots were winning their superbowls, they ran "gimmicky" type of stuff all the time, especially around the goal. Vrabel caught how many TDs? Seymour, Klecko would line up in the backfield a lot. They would do many direct snaps to other players while Brady would fake a catch and pass, or fake like a snap went over his head (they still do that type of thing a lot lately).
So,, yes. The Patriots are one of those teams that will do that stuff.
I could definitely see Tebow in for that type of role near the goal line. But, that's the only way I could see him getting in a game.
Big difference is those players that you mentioned had other roles on the team. I don't see them keeping Tebow unless he truly develops into a good offensive weapon.
Gimmicky probably the wrong word, if it is even a word, but I don't see them running a wildcat type package or lining a 2nd "QB" in the backfield with Brady.
Jun 18 2013 09:03 AMCome on man. He's on his third team provided Tampa Bay brings him back, and he's never had more than two touchdowns in a season. Last year was his best season, and he didn't even crack 500 yards. Didn't even come close in fact.
I get that he did something, but maybe I should have been more specific and wrote "anything significant".
Sarcasm...you did say something
Jun 18 2013 08:43 AM
Jun 18 2013 06:30 AMIf a player has been in the league 4 or more years, they become a FA outright when released, and don't have to clear waivers. He's free to sign anywhere. With that, I think the Jags take a look at him.
Then how were we able to get Babin off waivers? Does that rule change after the season starts?
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