Why Tim Tebow Doubts Are Justified

July 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Two starting points for this very short article.
First, this article is based on the 2009 BCS National Championship game between Oklahoma and Florida.
This game is the focus because the full game is available on Hulu for any reader to view and form his/her own opinion and also because it the competing quarterbacks are Sam Bradford and Tim Tebow.
Second, this article is not meant to predict that Tebow will fail as a starting NFL quarterback.
In this game, two things are noteworthy.
First, Bradford passes laser beams. It is obvious, while watching this game, why Bradford was the number one pick. If you blink you will miss the pass. Bradford gets high velocity on his passes, and every pass seems to be perfectly placed.
Second, Tebow's role in the Florida offense seems to be very dissimilar to the role a pro QB plays on an NFL team.
On Tebow's behalf, when he is called on to make a passing play in this game, he throws an accurate and effective, if slightl...

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