Tim Tebow: Denver’s Southpaw Slinger’s Talent Reminiscent of Great Steve Young

January 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

There’s a new Quarterback in town and his potential hovers a mile above his second string shadow.
Tim Tebow finished the regular season salvaging what was left of his team’s pride and in the process, he may have landed a starting role in 2011.
Tebow still has a lot to prove as a starting QB, but he has at least provided a brief glimpse of better things to come for the Denver Bronco offense. Starting the final three games of the regular season, the lefty poised a run-n-gun style of play, giving his team a new method of attack and surging his status from dud to stud.
In only three games, the rookie QB galloped for an impressive 199 yards, on only 31 attempts. Albeit his passing accuracy wavered a bit, he still managed to put up respectable numbers in the air, throwing a total of 651 yards; on the downside, he was picked off three times and sacked six.  
Tebow is a beefy quarterback, at 6' 3", 245 pounds, but has quick, agile feet to help scramble his ...

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