The Broncos, John Elway and John Fox are not sold on the poor-throwing, run-first Tebow. If they keep him, then that will severely affect how they have to approach the 2012 NFL draft. In keeping Tebow, they would need to draft a backup running quarterback and offensive linemen who played the option in college. They will need to go all in on the college-style offense that no one in the pros uses.
Three years ago, the Wildcat offense was all the rage. Two years ago, teams had studied how to stop it in the offseason and effectively shut it down. Now, no one runs the Wildcat.
The same will be true of Tim Tebow. Once teams get to study the Tebow offense, they will be able to stop it with ease dropping Tebow's 48 percent completion rate to who knows how low.
I don't hate Tim Tebow. I think he WAS a great quarterback in college. Just like other scrambling quarterbacks: Eric Crouch, Tommy Frazier, Pat White, Dennis Dixon, Seneca Wallace and Vince Young. Those guys were all amazing at the college level and none of them are starters in the NFL. And that is exactly where Tim Tebow is headed—the bench, the CFL or completely out of football unless some team that loves him trades for him. Some people will argue and say I'm wrong. Hopefully, for Tebow, some NFL GMs will think I'm wrong, too.
My favorite trade scenario is this...