Originally Posted by Dom Heffner
For me it's a little of all of it.
Mostly because it feels like he is overrated on the field due to the off the field stuff.
Last year it wasn't bad- you are absolutely correct.
With Denver it was obnoxious.
The problem in Denver, he kept winning games. People would say he couldn't play QB in the NFL, then in the end, when all that matters is the outcome, the Broncos would find a way to win the game. That fueled the fire of the "I love Tebow" crowd as much as anything. They desperatly wanted him to succeed, as much as the people who are annoyed by his religious views/outreach want him to fail.