Do you believe that Tebow will be an effective NFL quarterback long-term?
Did the Broncos/Patriots playoff game change your opinion or has it remained the same?
No i dont, I think this season was his defining moment, and from now on he'll degress, But We will never forget what a remarkable season he put together, and made us believe in miracles again. No one can ever take away the Story Book year of 2011, and Tebows Amazing last second comebacks...In the year of the Warrior movie. Just Like Rocky. Tim Tebow made us remember that the game aint over until the final whistle blows, and anything can happen up until then, all one guy had to do was fall down in the field of play and we wouldnt even be discussing tebow anymore, but the boneheaded Bear ran out of bounds, and gave Tebow 38 seconds to score the TD, and from that moment on we have witnessed miracle after miracle..... It aint over mick,til its over.
People have always said that Tebow could not. They said he could be a high school quarterback and he became one. they said he could not lead his high school team to the state championship and he did. They said he could not be a D1 QB and he was. They said he would not lead his team to a national championship yet he did. Then they said he would never be drafted in the first round of the NFL draft and he was. After that they said he would never start in the NFL and he did but then they said he could not win but he not only won, they got to the playoffs, which they said he would never be able to do so, to answer your question, I think Tebow can do anything we say he can't.
by Paul Edmondson 4 years ago
I'm wondering if Tebow would be on a team if he didn't have the external publicity that seems to be garnered by his faith.
by Steven Escareno 6 years ago
I saw this debated on first take on espn a while back, but i want to know what you guys think. Do you think that Tim Tebow gets the most unfair scrutiny than any other quarterback in nfl history? Or any player history i might add?
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
I really want to see Tebow play. It's not enough that the Jets can't run the ball or pass it for Tebow to play significantly. What will it take. If he comes in and runs the table, the Jets could be a playoff team:)
by Steve Schroeder 5 years ago
Will Tim Tebow start as QB for any NFL team in 2013? If so, which one?There's a good chance Tebow will not be with the Jets after the 2012 season. Whether he gets cut or traded, speculation has been raised as to which team he may go to.
by Audrey Selig 5 years ago
Will Tim Tebow ever return to NFL as a quarterback? The word is no team wants him.He was let go by Denver, New York Jets, and recently New England. Hopefully, he won't be a Heisman Trophy winner that nobody wants.
by Nashpaul13 9 years ago
Tim Tebow is supposedly the toughest quarterback in the NCAA yet he cries after losing a football game. Sure it is a tough loss but, come on, life goes on. Maybe his football career won't but his life will.Also Urban Meyer was diagnosed with dehydration after the loss to Alabama. Could the...
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