Re: Heath Evans And Darren Sharper Heated Argument
posted at 6/11/2013 10:56 PM EDT
In response to zbellino's comment:
In response to sportsbozo1's comment:
Sharper was definately trying to imply that BB was choosing TT over other qualified Black atheletes. Heath had a great response to Sharpers list of other potential QB's : Heath says I would be playing QB before any of the guys on your list ! Classic!!!!
Tyler Thigpen and Matt Leinart aren't Black athletes dude.
This is a big time stretch ... there wasn't a whiff of race baiting on that.
All the guy said that was even close was that Tebow is not fast enough to be like Mike Vick who is a guy who could make up for the fact that he wasn't the best pure passer. I've said this dozens of times.
Really, Sharper won this argument running away.
Heath Evans: "Tebow is a winner."
Sharper: "People are going to "win" just because Tebow is on the roster?"
His argument is solid.
Tebow couldn't beat out the worst QB in the NFL or McElroy a rookie.
Tebow has the worst passing stats in the NFL.
And his running stats don't merit using him as a running QB.
No race baiting at all.... that's just silly. It was just Sharper handing Evans his butt. I would have said exactly the same thing.
I usually agree with you but this time I don't. Heath won that argument handing Sharper his butt. If you go back and look at the only stats that matter Tebow has actually proven that teams win when he is on the field as the starting QB in the only chance he ever got in Denver. All Tebow did was win games, even playoff games.
I really don't care what the QB of the team I root for looks like when he is throwing or the superfluous stats that he racks up. As long as he is helping to win games in the regular season and in the playoffs, he is doing his job at a very high level.