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    Who is worse?

    I really think Tebow is worse here. He is absolutely worse passing the ball. His completion rate is terrible, but he does manage to win game. I believe that reason is cause the defense is keeping their games close. He had a few lucky runs for touchdowns cause the opposing team failed to commit to tackling him.

    Russell on the other hand didn't have a defense supporting him or a team as well as the broncos have. I guess what I am saying is the WR for DEN are way better than what the Raiders ever had. Either way JR could balm it down the field
    and make some completions.

    You could make a case for one or the other, but either way its a close call.
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    I would still have to go Russell being worse then tebow . He doesn't put up the numbers that a starter should. But the thing that makes him better IMO is that Tebow limits the turnovers where Russell didn't. I think that makes Tebow a bit better.
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    Tebow is the better leader, and as any leader he gets the rest of the team motivated.This and this alone would make him better than JR.

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    Tebow is light years ahead of Jamarcus Russell, as a leader, passer, runner...everything. And, he works hard to continually improve. Jamarcus never even thought about practicing hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryfo18 View Post
    Tebow is light years ahead of Jamarcus Russell, as a leader, passer, runner...everything. And, he works hard to continually improve. Jamarcus never even thought about practicing hard.
    Ill give tebow credit for heart, but he is still awful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Ill give tebow credit for heart, but he is still awful.
    I'd like to have those 7 wins! That's the whole deal with him-he wins. No one wanted to rally around Russell.





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    Jamarcus Russell= 0 character


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    Quote Originally Posted by AkChief49 View Post
    I'd like to have those 7 wins! That's the whole deal with him-he wins. No one wanted to rally around Russell.





    Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character.-Albert Einstein

    Jamarcus Russell= 0 character
    He wins at the last min. Why not score enough points so you don't have to have a comeback win?

    Plus look at the teams he won against. Look who they lost against. Now look at where he will be in the future.

    4 picks against a sub par defense. Hope the Chiefs can play like what the bills did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    He wins at the last min. Why not score enough points so you don't have to have a comeback win?

    Plus look at the teams he won against. Look who they lost against. Now look at where he will be in the future.


    4 picks against a sub par defense. Hope the Chiefs can play like what the bills did.


    #1) Because on the other side of the field there is a defense that is getting paid to stop the points. It's a struggle, part of the reason why the NFL is so popular is the fourth quarter comeback.
    Would you honestly watch games with no intrigue?
    In my mind it would be un-American for the underdog to not have a chance.

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    #2) He won against the Dolphins, Raiders, Jets, Chiefs, Chargers, Vikings, Bears.

    He( I realize this is a team sport) lost to the Lions, Patriots and Bills- Three teams we lost to as well.

    He's now 7-3. that will usually keep you around. At least for a little while. This is the NFL, things change.

    #3) Maybe a sub par defense, but they(Bills) are #4 in interceptions. The Chiefs by the way are #6.
    so hopefully a good Tebow beat down is coming. We stop the run game, It'll be Tebow and not Orton who hears a boo!


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    Tebow is a horrible passer. But since Russel was a 1st overall pick and considering how bad he actually was, I'd have to stick with him.

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