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Those not sold on Tim Tebow as quarterback are vehemently trying to urge the Broncos to make a change at the quarterback position immediately. National pundits are also joining into the fracas and dropping names daily that could supplant Tebow as the starter in Denver.
The biggest name that is actually available for signing right now is Matt Flynn, and Yahoo Sports already thinks he is the man for the job in Denver.
Anyone who thinks that Flynn should be given excessive amounts of money right away should heed the cautionary tale of Kevin Kolb, which unfolded less than a year ago. Time may still allow Kolb a chance to earn his keep in Arizona, but that doesn't mean that Denver should take the risk.
Spending a lot of money on a quarterback this offseason totally discounts the fact that Denver was very interested in two college quarterbacks—Matt Barkley and Landry Jones—before they decided to return to college.
If Denver is going to invest a lot of money in a quarterback it will happen in one of these two ways:
1. Tebow backs up his 2011 performance with a great 2012 and becomes the man in Denver.
2. The Broncos invest first-round money in one of next year's top QBs coming from the draft.