I love Tim Tebow as much as anyone, but that doesn't mean taking the Jets' backup quarterback in your fantasy draft is a smart move. In fact, that roster spot you're wasting on the former Bronco could end up costing you your league.
In theory, Tebow could be a valuable addition to the Jets. Unfortunately, fantasy football doesn't track hard work and leadership. It tracks raw numbers, and in that sense Tebow won't be a big-time fantasy player.
Here are the five biggest reasons why he will be a fantasy failure.