I would not compare Lin to Tebow......... They both have the passion to win, but Lin has a genuine chance of being a truly elite player. Whereas Tebow is a freak of nature, maybe the first great college player whose "college" skills (playing the option) have actually worked to a degree in the NFL.If Lin is Tebow then do we really wanna put all our trust in him during the playoffs
People are going to pound on Lin's turnovers again....... But it's getting to the point where I don't much care if he commits them........ Lin's turnovers have not once cost the Knicks a game. (Amongst the turnovers in this game were a horrible traveling call, a questionable offensive foul call, and several mishandled passes.)
And once again, I'll ring the praises of Lin's defensive play. In this Detroit game, it wasn't his best defensive game (he got switched on Prince and got burned, and had his ankles broken by Brandon Knight on one play), but still, yet again, the man he defended, Brandon Knight in this case, had a poor offensive game.