Tim Tebow: Why He Should Never Play Quarterback in the NFL Ever Again

November 11, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tim Tebow is already the most talked-about player in the NFL. It doesn't matter if you love him or hate him—you talk about him. If you think he gets a lot of attention now, you better hope the the Jets don't continue to play poorly the second half of the season, because it's only going to intensify.
Jets fans are growing impatient, and they are getting desperate enough to start calling for "Tebow Time."
On one hand, you have to agree with the Jets fans. Tebow can't play much worse that Mark Sanchez has this season. But on the other hand, you have to ask Jets fans, have you gone mad?
Let's just lay all of our cards on the table: Tim Tebow is not a good quarterback.
Anyone who tries to argue that he is a good quarterback is confusing their argument with him being a good football player, which the majority of people will agree with. The problem with Tebow is that he has what I like to call "Eric Crouch Syndrome." For those that don't remember, Eric Crouch was a v...

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