Re: The Tebow Conundrum
One of his problems is that he doesn't want to play anywhere but QB. While I applaud his belief in himself, it doesn't do him any favors professionally. It also could hurt his image with the fans who like his personality. They may start thinking if he's such a team guy, why won't he move to another position to help the team? But of course they may be as blind as he is in judgement of his skills.
He seems to me like an all-or-nothing type of player. By that I mean that he should either be the starting QB or not on the team at all. Look what being the backup QB got him last year. Whenever the starting QB throws a pick, people are going to start to wonder if Tebow couldn't do a better job. You know that old college football saying: The backup QB is the most popular man on campus. But what if the backup QB was already the most popular man on campus? That's Tebow.