Tim Tebow Doesn't Need to Respond to Brady Quinn's Comments
There are two items of news to pop up recently regarding Tim Tebow, and he needs to be concerned with one of them…and pretend like the other doesn’t exist.
A recently released GQ article by Mike Silver quotes former Denver Broncos back-up QB Brady Quinn as saying Tebow was lucky, the coaches only put him in because of the fans and he only prays in front of a camera.
Well then, tell us how you really feel, Quinn.
Instead of standing by his words, he backpedaled faster than Tebow against the pass-rush. Apparently, it’s the writer’s fault for the portrayal, even though Silver used direct quotes.
Quinn comes off as nothing more than a jealous backup that has been playing the “what if” game for the past six months. Tebow has no reason to respond. He is the starter for 2012 and under contract. He resurrected a lifeless Broncos team to a victory in the playoffs. Quinn is a street free agent who didn’t play a single snap in his two year tenure with Denver.
Tebow needs to keep working with coaches in California and pretend like the story doesn’t even exist.
While the Quinn story is a lot to do about nothing, the other news should spark his attention. John Fox recently told Mile Kils of the Denver Post that he plans on bringing in two QBs to play alongside Tebow. Kils lists Chad Henne, Josh Johnson, Jason Campbell, Shaun Hill and David Garrard as potential options. While all of them are on the market for a reason, they are all capable of overtaking Tebow if he struggles during the season.
Garrard has playoff wins. Henne and Campbell were starters last year before injuries derailed their season, while the others have shown flashes.
Tebow never was really worried with Quinn as the backup. That’s because Quinn has 10 TDs and nine INTs in his career. Quinn was a failure of a first-round pick, and there is no way in the world the unrestricted free agent comes back to Denver.
Quinn comes off as nothing but a whiny and jealous ex-player that knows he won’t be back. That’s fine, but don’t take your on-the-record comments back. Now, he just looks like a politician flip-flopping based on how the public reacts to one of his comments.
Tebow is working on his throwing motion every day to ensure a guy like Henne or Campbell doesn’t take his job. That’s his current focus.
Quinn is nothing more than a distant memory at this point.
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