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Where should Tebow play? Any suggestion what team can he play and why?

  1. alexandriaruthk profile image73
    alexandriaruthkposted 5 years ago

    Where should Tebow play? Any suggestion what team can he play and why?

    He can be a good back up quarterback and a starter after some training. He can throw, but needs to polish it more.

  2. profile image59
    pgornerposted 5 years ago

    He could play on the Bears. A) He's a tough kid, and can take cold weather as evident in Denver B) Cutler's offensive line sucks and even if he comes in as a second stringer, by Week 5 he'll rack up tons of minutes, C) I used to hate Tebow because I'm an athiest and a big big Alabama Crimson Tide fan but then I saw him play and I see how he gets along with so many people, I think he's a nice guy and he uses his religion properly, it's alot more then just "praying we win this game", he uses it to find the proper strength to play gritty and gutsy despite the enormous odds and detractors D) everyone wants to see him play anyway, and he'd be doing it in the 3rd biggest market in the country

  3. number2son profile image60
    number2sonposted 5 years ago

    First of all, I am not an atheist, so I like to see someone who is religious, using that to propel him forward in sports.  I would like to see Tim Tebow play.  It might be in his best interest to be a backup to one of the elite quarterbacks for one season, so he can learn from a master at the position, and turn himself into a very capable passer, along with being a winner, and a good runner.  Afterwards, I think that many teams would be interested in him, if he played even just a little, and showed them that he has made adjustments for the better.  I hope that he puts in the extra work, so that he will finally get the respect he deserves, and so he will deserve being a respected player more.

  4. Alphadogg16 profile image91
    Alphadogg16posted 5 years ago

    Please don't wish any favors on my Bears......Tebow does not need to go to Chicago.....its bad enough we have a lil girl playing QB in Cutler......don't need a Tight end pretending to be a Quarterback.

    1. number2son profile image60
      number2sonposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Hey man, you are being a little mean to both of them.  Jay Cutler is actually pretty tough, and Tim Tebow can play quarterback, and with a little extra work, could be a good starting quarterback.

 
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