Can Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels Really Fix Tim Tebow?

June 11, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Guess what, Tim Tebow is finally fixing his mechanics this offseason!
If that sounds a bit like deja vu for you, it's because we've heard this narrative before. In 2009, the Florida Gators hired quarterback coach Scot Loeffler to mentor Tebow and help his throwing mechanics. The next spring, before the draft, Tebow famously worked out with current Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman to get his mechanics ready to be drafted in the first round.
Every offseason, the storyline is trotted out that Tebow has, once again, fixed what has ailed his troubled throwing. This year, Vinny Testaverde and Chris Weinke had their turn as gurus de jour and, once again, Tebow is ready to be a capable NFL passer.
Maybe, but probably not.
Personally, I have felt that the New England Patriots were a good fit for Tebow ever since it was rumored that he would be leaving Denver. The Bill Belichick and Urban Meyer connection is a big factor there, as well as the Patriots' low-key attitude ...

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