Re: The Tebow Conundrum
Originally Posted by medford
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.
And a lot of that wasn't Tebow's fault- fans glorify the QB. They see a win and he was the QB, that means he is great.
but it's never a good sign when casual observers- my wife did this without prompt- watch him throw a football and question why he's out there.
I'm good at fantasy football, I watch a lot, but I don't claim to know a lot about the inner workings of the game or how to judge raw talent and even I could tell you he's not a thrower.
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