So would America, Rob. This is not news.
Item #1: Broncos TEBOW (15) Painted Key
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"I am confident that at the end of the season, my critics will be forced to acknowledge that the 2012 season was the least shitty of my four seasons in the NFL," Sanchez told reporters. "I fully intend to have repeated flashes of competence in the upcoming season."
In three full seasons as an NFL starter, Sanchez has never thrown for 3,500 yards, completed even 57-percent of his passes or posted a quarterback rating above 78.2 numbers that put him among the very worst in the NFL over that time. But the former USC quarterback is intent on making improvement across the board in 2012.
"Completing 60-percent of my passes seems a bit bold, but I will definitely shoot for 59-percent," he said. "And I feel like I'm ready to join that level of quarterbacks with ratings in the 80s and call guys like Joe Flacco, Carson Palmer and Kevin Kolb my equals."
If all goes according to plan, Sanchez says that in the next few years, he hopes to "reach the level that Jake Delhomme was at during his prime with the Panthers. It may sound like a foolish dream, but you have to reach for the stars, you know?"
One day he may play for Anchorage's semi-pro team.
Now let's see how many times you can see "repetitive."
With Linsanity recurring and A-Fraud season starting up, they need to staff up.
While discussing the Denver Broncos' replacement of Tim Tebow, Robertson stated that Denver treated Tebow "shabbily" and went on to say: "OK, so Peyton Manning was a tremendous MVP quarterback, but he's been injured. If that injury comes back, Denver will find itself without a quarterback. And in my opinion, it would serve them right."
The statement pulled the curtain back on the inner workings of God's involvement in sports and opened up Robertson and the creator of the universe to criticism.
"Let me be very clear anyone who tries to hurt NFL players is open to a severe punishment, including God," said commissioner Roger Goodell. "In fact, the punishment is greater for someone in authority, as I exhibited with Sean Payton. God would be in for a much greater suspension than one year."
Cartoon Tebow is a missionary in Taiwan.
Well, second time if you count when Tebow hilariously beat the Jets.