Look at the caliber of back-up quarterbacks in the league. Tebow may not have the perfect NFL quarterback skill set, but he is skilled enough to last a long time in the league. Whether that be as a starter or a back-up is yet to be seen.
Who said Al Davis is alive at this moment. He is the epitome of the "living dead."
Al Davis is Weekend at Bernies
I will make up for what my audio screwed up on....Tim Tebow is not cast in the mold of a successful NFL Quarterback. He doesn't have the arm or mechanics of a Tom Brady or a Peyton Manning, hell, even of an Eli Manning. I don't think that he has the mental acumen to be able to be an effective scrambler or on his toes kinda passer like Tony Romo or Drew Brees. Quite frankly there is no prototype to point to as evidence of his success in the league, which I believe is pretty compelling evidence of inevitable failure and professional futility.
Audio should work this time. Tebow is already better than 1/2 the NFL QB stiffs in the league as it is. There is such a lack of talent at the QB position in the NFL it is sad. He will have a role.
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