Was Tim Tebow’s Throwing Delivery Really As Long As Advertised?

May 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now take it from someone who appreciates great quarterback mechanics. I know Tim Tebow had some huge mechanical issues and we all heard about his elongated throwing motion. This lead to people picking apart Tebow inside and out, and from the time he took over the reigns as Florida's starting quarterback after the graduation of Chris Leak, he was scalded for his inability to read a defense coming from a spread offense, make all the NFL throws, and other things that would hurt his draft stock.

Then we heard nothing but talk about how long his delivery is and how it will make it easy for defenders knock the ball of out his hands and how much easier it will be for defenders to jump his routes. It was an ongoing tale of how this guy would never make it to the NFL and he is going to be the next Danny Weurffel (Weurffel too is also a very strong Christian, go figure) or Jason White.
But is his delivery really even that long? Take a look at some of the elite quarterbacks in the ...

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