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Yes, I know, Tebow wasn't exactly lighting up Cincy's secondary, but we saw everything we needed to out of him.
The Bengals' rushers couldn't tackle him. He turned nothing into something on several occasions. Considering the lack of true playmakers on this offense, that's very important.
We saw a glimpse of what the Tebow-led Wildcat offense can do. He's going to be an effective runner and deceptively good passer.
So maybe he won't replace Mark Sanchez as the starter and go on another magical playoff run, but he's going to be a valuable contributor for this team. Considering he only cost a fourth-round pick, I'd say that was a solid investment.