TWO BITS: Tim Tebow DVD, Haden’s stock up

By Adam Silverstein
September 22, 2011

1 » The DVD version of the documentary Tim Tebow: Everything in Between, directed by Chase Heavener and originally released as part of ESPN’s Year of the Quarterback television series, is already available for pre-order and is scheduled to go on sale on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011, according to ordering pages from stores like Amazon.com, ChristianCinema.com and Walmart.com. The DVD has a run time of 90 minutes and is expected to feature a longer cut of the documentary as well as some special features. Click on the cover below to pre-order through OGGOA via Amazon.com.

2 » Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who along with his team will play a road game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, said he is so impressed with second-year cornerback Joe Haden that he has been following the former Florida Gators star all offseason. “A young guy like that, he’s very talented,” Marshall said, according to ESPN. “He’s hungry. He puts a lot into it. I followed him on Twitter just to keep up with him and see what he’s doing. When I got on Twitter in February, he was one of the first guys I followed, just to check him out and for this weekend here. I have my work cut out for me. He’s pretty good.” Haden finished his rookie campaign with 64 tackles and six interceptions including five in his last eight games. He is already off to a fast start in 2011 and hopes to continue proving he is one of the top coverage corners in the NFL.

13 Comments

  1. Daniel M. says:

    Tebow DVD? Sorry, I love the guy like we all do, but I’m experiencing serious Tebow fatigue. Earn the starting QB spot then release it Tim. Enough!

  2. Joe says:

    Kind words from a WR who can out-jump and out-muscle any DB in the league. This will be a great 1-on-1 match-up.

  3. scooterp says:

    Joe always seems to get overlooked. He was just as impressive as a rookie CB as Suh was a rookie DT, but hardly mentioned last year. Even when he was at Fla he should have won the Thorpe Award for the best DB in 2009, but it undeservingly went to Berry. Hopefully people in NFL media circles will start to take notice.

  4. El Meester says:

    I always thought Haden was going to be an awesome cover corner in the NFL. He has a high level of instincts to go with his natural ability. It’s so hard to remember that he FIRST starting playing corner as a freshman at UF. Unbelievable.

    By the way, I remember all the off coverage we played in 2007 with 2 freshmen and 2 sophomores playing significant time in the secondary, led by Joe Haden. Yeah, our defense gave up a ton of yards, but holy hell was that secondary awesome in 2008.

    Foreshadowing?

    • Joe says:

      IMO, this year’s DB core is way more solid fundamentally than 2007. I think they will be better as a unit next year than the 08 crew.

      • scooterp says:

        Maybe, but in 08 Haden, Jenkins, Wright and Black were as good as any backfield in the country.

      • El Meester says:

        I think you may be right. Also, Muschamp is really letting our secondary play man coverages and press coverages, while Meyer/Strong didn’t really do much of that in 2007. I think I like this year’s defensive scheme better.

        Still early though…

  5. Gio Showtime says:

    Adam! Random question, but do you know when the TV networks finalize the gameday schedule? I’m heading up for the Bama game and they currently have it scheduled for 12, 3, or 8. That doesn’t tell me anything!

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