Tim Tebow Silences the Critics and Makes His Case

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tim Tebow leads Denver to a comeback win over Houston with over 300 yards passing—that’s the headline. The headline could also read:  Much maligned, former Heisman trophy winner begins to silence his critics.
To those who think Tebow has no business in the NFL, I point to this breakthrough against the Texans as evidence that Tebow can be an effective, if not very good NFL quarterback.  
Does this one game say everything about Tebow?  No, but it does give us an indication that he won’t be a disaster, as so many quarterback purists have predicted.  I continue to believe Tebow was too much of a leader—and a winner—at the University of Florida to say otherwise.
Okay, Tebow’s throwing motion isn’t what many so-called experts say is optimal, but those same experts questioned the throwing motion of San Diego Chargers’ quarterback Phillip Rivers.    
Turned out that Rivers has been one of the leag...

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