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John Morgan Wants the Jags to Hire Tim Tebow!



What better way to spend your hard-earned money than to take ads calling on your favorite football team to hire The Tebow:
Orlando-based lawyer John Morgan has developed an ad aimed at cajoling Jaguars owner Shahid Khan into signing Tebow.
The spot has been posted by the Orlando Sentinel.
“I’m John Morgan of Morgan & Morgan, and I wanna talk Tebow for one minute. 
Here’s the evidence.  Tim Tebow played on two national championship teams.  He won the Heisman as the best college player in the country and was drafted in the first round by the Denver Broncos.  Somebody knew somethin’.  And after he got his only chance to start, the Broncos were 1-4 and he led them to the AFC playoffs, and beat Pittsburgh.
“The Jaguars are 27-42 in the last five years, one of the worst records in NFL history.  And more in store for this year.  We can’t even fill an entire end zone.
“Tebow is one of us.  He has class, character, and he’s a winner.  Let’s win, Mr. Khan.  Once upon a time, so-called experts probably doubted your potential, and now look at you.
“Give our guy a shot.  I’ll even buy that box your tried to sell me.  Remember this:  You can’t TiVo Tebow.  Let’s do this Mr. Khan.  For the people.  Let’s win.”
Maybe John should have spent more time and money in Tally fighting recent legislative restrictions affecting plaintiffs?

(The elimination of the Frye standard and the adoption of Daubert seems pretty big, though we've been dealing with that in federal court for a long time.)

Thoughts?

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