Originally Posted by Redsfaithful
Don't think this is sustainable at all, and actually think there's a good chance Denver loses by 35 this weekend, but long term it wouldn't surprise me at all if Tebow improves enough to actually be good. A smart coach that wants him would do him some good.
I agree. I don't think he is going to ever be an elite level quarterback, but he has a strong enough arm to go along with his ability to keep plays alive and the ability to flat out run the ball when he needs to, that someone should be able to do something very good with him if he is put in the right position with the right players around him. I think he still needs to shorten up his throwing motion, because it does give defenders that extra half of a second to get to where they need to be, but as far as the talent needed to succeed in the NFL, it is there with the right work.