The first team many people will mention is the Jacksonville Jaguars. For good reason, too. You could make a good case for Tim Tebow going to the Jaguars.
First off, the team is having trouble selling seats on game day. With Tebow comes his loyal legion of fans. Those fans will fill up the stadium. So from a business point of view, it makes perfect sense for them to get Tim.
Tebow is well-known in the state of Florida; there should be no reason he can't bring tons of attention to the Jaguars, creating a steady stream of revenue for the team.
When it comes to on-the-field production, it could be a good fit for him as well.
Tebow is a great leader. He brings confidence, toughness and belief (not just religious), among other qualities, to a team. The Jaguars would benefit from all those things.
If you were to transform the offense into something like what they had in Denver, it works. Maurice Jones-Drew is one of the best running backs in the league, so if run is the direction you are going to go with, it makes sense.
The receiving corps could use some help, however. Despite the signing of Laurent Robinson in free agency, the Jaguars still need to add more weapons in the passing game.
Robinson is still a question mark as a receiver. He had a solid year last season, but before that, the numbers don't really jump off the board.
Mike Thomas is a good, young receiver and Marcedes Lewis is a solid, young tight end. And while MJD can catch the ball out of the backfield, adding at least one more weapon would do this team a lot of good.
You could take a shot at restricted free agent Mike Wallace but you would have to surrender a first-round pick, and the No. 7 pick is not one I'd be okay with giving up. Yes, Wallace is a solid receiver, and yes, he could be very deadly on a long bomb with Tim Tebow, but worth surrendering that high of a pick? I wouldn't think so.
The Jags could hope that Justin Blackmon falls to them at No. 7, but with Cleveland and St. Louis both picking ahead of Jacksonville, I wouldn't count on it.
They could trade down and get multiple picks for their No. 7, including one that they use to select Michael Floyd from Notre Dame.
There are also some veteran WRs out there that they could take a chance on.
If Tebow can instill the very underrated Jags defense with the confidence and toughness he did with the Broncos, this could be a team to watch out for.
Assuming they do add another piece to the passing game, what kind of impact could Tebow have?
Predicted Record: 9-7, Possible Wild-Card Team
Tim Tebow could do a lot with Jacksonville; it's just a matter of the Jaguars going out and getting him.