Biggest Story in the NFL….Tebow?

January 29, 2012 at 7:36 pm 2 comments


Conventional wisdom would say a quarterback, with horrible mechanics, terrible footwork, and a very slow release time would not be able to win games in the NFL.  NFL Conventional wisdom would also dictate that an offense in the NFL which ran “The Option” would not work. Did numbers from either of these light the world on fire? No. However this team won its division, won a playoff game, and made the Denver Broncos a national story. The Denver Broncos had not been a national story since John Elway. They were an afterthought, languishing in mediocrity since those two Super Bowl Wins. It almost became painful watching Mike Shanahan go through running back after running back, shortening their careers and disposing of them like a spoiled leftover fish. With Shanahan gone, two years pass, Tebow time launched in Denver.

Opinions on Tim Tebow seem to have no middle ground. Many, say he wins and should remain as a starter. Others say he is the worst starter in the NFL, and should not be a quarterback in the NFL. His teammates on the other hand, seem to rally around him and feed off the energy Tebow emits.  John Elway, certainly seems to be a member fo those who want to bring in a traditional pocket passer. Love him, or hate him, Tim Tebow was the biggest story in the NFL throughout the season, even with records being set by Drew Brees. At least until next season, Tim Tebow will continue to be a story, both highly scrutinized, and praised.

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  • 1. sexy rexy  |  January 29, 2012 at 8:25 pm

    Tebow sucks.

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