Tim Tebow Responds to Brian Urlacher

In case you missed it, Brian Urlacher was not too impressed with Tim Tebow despite the Broncos’ 13-10 win over his Bears.

“He’s a good running back,” Urlacher said in his assessment of Tebow.

“He does a good job for them. They have a good offense with him back there. They do some different plays. I thought we did a good job overall.”

Tim Tebow’s official response was “Coming from a really good player, that means a lot.”  But what did Tebow really want to tell Urlacher?  Hit the jump to see Tebow’s video response:

I’m not a Tebow-liever but you can’t argue with his results.  While I fully agree with Urlacher, here’s the question Urlacher and the rest of the defense need to ask themselves – if you knew he was little more than a running back, how did you let him beat you?  If the kid can barely throw it accurately more than 10 yards, why did you play your corners 15 yards back and your safeties 30 yards back?

  • Deez

    Urlacher’s comments give the feeling that defense didn’t agree with the play-calling at the end of the game. Silly Lovie Dovie, prevent D is for quitters.

    I would like to be the first person to petition that you bring back your Fire Lovie Smith site.

  • Deez

    Urlacher’s comments give the feeling that defense didn’t agree with the play-calling at the end of the game. Silly Lovie Dovie, prevent D is for quitters.

    I would like to be the first person to petition that you bring back your Fire Lovie Smith site.

  • Mr.Pickles

    @Deez I’ve been having similar thoughts all week. Perhaps I’m biased by how angry I still am at this loss but I honestly believe the prevent style that Lovie loooooves to go at the end of a game has lost a lot of close games for them. Gotta think that the defense gives a collective groan when they hear those play-calls come in. Gotta wonder what runs through Urlacher’s head while he’s watching a lead slip away cause they’re giving guys all kinds of room to work with.

  • Mr.Pickles

    @Deez I’ve been having similar thoughts all week. Perhaps I’m biased by how angry I still am at this loss but I honestly believe the prevent style that Lovie loooooves to go at the end of a game has lost a lot of close games for them. Gotta think that the defense gives a collective groan when they hear those play-calls come in. Gotta wonder what runs through Urlacher’s head while he’s watching a lead slip away cause they’re giving guys all kinds of room to work with.

  • Chicago Irish

    I thought the cover – 2 was basically a prevent defense…bend, don’t break. Their prevent defense is simply a ‘break’ defense.

  • Chicago Irish

    I thought the cover – 2 was basically a prevent defense…bend, don’t break. Their prevent defense is simply a ‘break’ defense.