I think you may have misunderstood the terms.
Image blur is caused when your shutter speed is too slow to compensate for your subject's movement or your own but that's not what Gordon's sample pictures demonstrate. What they're demonstrating is the soft optics of that lens, giving the appearance of a blur.
For your question itself, are you sure you don't mean zoomed in? Zoomed out refers to having the lens at its shortest focal length/widest angle. The 200mm focal length of the 18-200mm is when you're fully zoomed in whereas 18mm is when you're zoomed out.
If you do mean zoomed in, there are several lenses that offer reasonable to pin sharp IQ at a long focal length but as I implied before, your budget will dictate your options.
You can look at 200, 300 or 400mm primes but they cost an unholy amount of money for the average person though rental prices are reasonable, the practical disadvantage of course is their lack of a zoom range.
The Canon 70-200mm L is extremely popular though it's still quite pricey compared to the 70-300mm zooms I mentioned by either Canon or Tamron.
Perfect answer, you got exactly what i was aiming for! I did mean "zoomed in" LOL... THANKS again!
One more thing, does the 70-300mm zooms by Canon or Tamron you mentioned before will give a sharper result then the 18-200mm I was talking about?
Can you tell me where can I see some examples?