Special Christmas Gifts For NFL Teams: Part 1
Here’s the first part of this year’s NFL teams receiving special Christmas gifts from Dan-a-Claus:
Jacksonville Jaguars–The Gift of Tim Tebow
For those of you that have watched the Jaguars during the 2012 season, it’s safe to say there’s not much to look forward to in 2013 as the team displayed one of the most embarrassing offenses in the league. The connection between Tebow and the Jaguars has been around for a few years now considering he’s from the area–so why not have this move happen sooner rather than later?
Plus, the New York Jets have made it clear they’ll part ways with Tebow once the season comes to an end–which means Jacksonville fans may have some sort of excitement in 2013.
Arizona Cardinals–The Game Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
After a 4-0 start this season, the Cardinals looked like they were going to be one of the most dangerous teams in 2012 thanks to a steller defense. Unfortunately, those dreams fell apart quickly as they went on to lose their next nine games as they’ve struggled to figure out their quarterback situation all season.
Arizona was willing to give Kevin Kolb a hefty contract prior to the 2011 season despite his lack of experience in the league–so maybe this game will help them deal with the fact they made a wasted quarterback get rich in exchange for nothing.
Cleveland Browns–a Draft Analyst
Anyone in the Browns organization who thought drafting Brandon Weeden in the first round of this year’s draft needs to learn a thing or two about selecting players. What makes this move even more difficult to take in is the type of success Russell Wilson is having in his first year with the Seattle Seahawks.
Next year–let’s hope Cleveland does a better a job when it comes to their draft picks with a better analyst.
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