Tim Tebow a Bad Pick at #25? Only Because it Was Made by McDaniels

April 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now let me clarify a few things before we move on. First, I am a Denver Broncos fan. Second, I support McDaniels in every decision he has made. Third, I am really excited to have Tim Tebow in Denver.
So why was Tim Tebow such a bad pick at #25? It's simple, actually.  Because Josh McDaniels made it. Looking back at the last year, no coach took as much heat as McDoofus. McEgo, McPowertrip, McWhatever you want to call him.
We all know the story. He ran the great and powerful Jay Cutler out of town (he led the Bears to a Superbowl last year, right? Oh...well he surely put up better numbers than Kyle Orton, I'm sure. WHAT?!).  Then Brandon Marshall and Tony Scheffler get the boot.
He took an 8-8 team, got rid of the "superstar" players, and led them to...8-8. So wait a second, he got rid of the pro-bowl elected quarterback and still finished 8-8? McDaniels continues to take scrutiny over his personnel decisions, and why shouldn't he? He did exactly what ...

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