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Bet on NFL: Robert Kraft wants Tim Tebow to feature in Patriots’ roster
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 29 August 2013 07:53
On Tuesday, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said that he is “rooting for” QB Tim Tebow to make it in the 53-man roster, but said that head coach Bill Belichick is the one to decide, and many fans that enjoy making a bet on NFL can’t wait to see what awaits the player.
“I’m rooting for him big time,” Kraft said.
“I’m in his corner, but I have the privilege of letting Bill make those decisions. He has a pretty good record doing it.”
And many fans that follow the player and make a bet on NFL would also like to see the player picked.
Pay per head services saw that on Tuesday, Tebow survived the cut-down to 75 players, but as New England’s third quarterback, the player is at risk of being cut on Saturday when the team makes their final roster trim.
Tebow’s NFL betting fans and price per head services saw that in his most recent preseason appearance on Aug. 16, the player had an interception and went 1-for-7 passing for negative-1 yard. He didn’t feature in the Patriot’s loss to the Detroit Lions last Thursday, and many fans that like to make a bet on NFL were hoping to see him play for the team.
“Week to week [in the regular season] you’re going to ask the questions, if we don’t perform up to standard, why we didn’t [perform],” Kraft said. “I think you want to make sure we have the best 53 people to help us win games during the year.”
Pay per head services saw that last season, the Patriots only had two quarterbacks. NFL betting fans found out that both of them – Ryan Mallett and Tom Brady – continue to be at the top of the depth chart as they enter this season, something that raft says is a “privilege” compared to uncertain QB situations with the New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills.
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“If you look around the league and see what’s happening to two of the teams in our division, I just give thanks to the position we’re in,” Kraft said.