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While leading his team in receptions and receiving yards, with a little bit of rushing yards... He adds this...

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He is already better than Reggie Bush.
 
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Reggie Bush wears Percy Harvin pajamas.
 
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LMFAO

Percy and Adrian are the two most explosive players in the NFL and the Vikings have them both. I would love for Tebow to get drafted by Minnesota. Train him behind Favre!
 
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I can't believe AD and Harvin fell as low as the did in the draft. The Vikings got a couple steals. With these two plus Favre defenses are in trouble. And through Chester Taylor in the mix and they are really confused. They still need a better head coach though.
 
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Train him behind Favre!

Don't you know that Favre is playing for the 49ers next year...?
 
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Don't you know that Favre is playing for the 49ers next year...?
Doubt that, lol. Besides, he signed a 2 yr deal. lol Altought it is Favre. I bet he'll retire if he wins a SB. Naw, I bet he'll stay for another year. On second thought, maybe he will retire... THE SECOND HE DECIDES WHAT TV TO BUY!! lol
 
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Found this on a Vikings blog.

2. Tim Tebow, Florida: Could you imagine Tebow reuniting with Harvin on the Vikings roster? He will have a lot to prove this season as there were a lot of nay-sayers out there at the end of this last year. Tebow is a high character, gigantic, and athletic player suited to play many positions on an offense. And with the Vikings selecting Phil Loadholt for the right side of the line, having a lefty QB may not be such a disaster.
I think the Vikings would be a great fit for Tebow. He wouldn't have to run that much since they already have a strong running game, this would only increase his yardage when he did run, since the defense wouldn't have a QB spy on him almost every down like they do now. I'm sure Play action to Peterson then Tebow running the option with Harvin running a reverse for him to toss it back to would be a fun play to see. Also reuniting Harvin and Tebow can't be a bad thing. They could keep Favre around another year, draft Tebow and let Favre mentor Tebow and give him a chance to develop. Then when Favre retires (It's gotta be sooner than later) Tebow can start. Then you're not forcing him to start his rookie season. Just my 2 cents.
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MIAMI - JANUARY 08: Tim Tebow #15 of the Florida Gators celebrates as he walks off the field after their 24-14 against the Oklahoma Sooners during the FedEx BCS National Championship game at Dolphin Stadium on January 8, 2009 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images) (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)

This might seem to be just a fantasy, that's because it is. Although it isn't a far-fetched one, when you consider the circumstances Minnesota is in and that Tebow will face next April during the 2010 Draft.

But why Tebow? Why not trade up for the likes of Colt McCoy or Sam Bradford? Why not go looking for a free agency ****** with a big name QB that finds his way onto Free Agency?

These questions are easily answerable.

Tim Tebow began his first season with the Gators as a reserve dual-threat quarterback that came in late in the season and lead the Gators to their first national championship in ten years by defeating the Ohio State Buckeyes 41-14 in the 2007 National BSC Championship.

Upon entering as sophomore, he became the Gators' starting quarterback and became the first college football player to pass (32) and run (23) for at least 20 touchdowns in a season, breaking numerous Southeastern Conference records. He also became the first sophomore to win the prestigious Heisman Trophy.

In addition to the Heisman Trophy, his performance in 2007 also earned him the Maxwell Award as the nation's top football player, the Davey O'Brien Award as the nation's best quarterback, and the James E. Sullivan Award as the nation's most outstanding amateur athlete in any sports.

It was after the 2007 season was complete, Florida head coach Urban Meyer announced that the Gators would likely move to a two-quarterback system in order to take the pressure off Tebow as he had played a large portion of the season with a bruised shoulder and broken (non-throwing) hand.

Regardless, Tebow continued to play week in and week out to lead the Florida Gators to a 12–1 record in 2008. After clinching the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division title, the team played for and won the SEC title in the 2008 SEC Championship Game against the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The win secured the No. 2 ranking in the final BCS standings, which earned the Gators the chance to play the No. 1 ranked Oklahoma Sooners in the 2009 BCS National Championship Game, which they won 24–14.

Tebow finished the 2008 season with 30 passing touchdowns, 2747 yards passing, 12 rushing touchdowns and 673 rushing yards.

On Dec. 13, 2008, Tebow finished third in the 2008 Heisman Trophy voting with Oklahoma's Sam Bradford taking the top spot followed by Texas' Colt McCoy, despite Tebow receiving the most first-place votes. Tebow also won the Maxwell Award in 2008, becoming only the second player to win the award twice.

It was Jan. 11, 2009, at a national championship celebration held at Florida Field, that Tebow announced that he would not make himself eligible for the 2009 NFL draft but would instead return for his senior season at Florida.

He has since been practicing with the team and adapting to a more pro-style. This of course being a preparation for his move to the pros that he is bound for in 2010.
 

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