Tim Tebow: Polarizing QB Would Be Perfect Fit with Jaguars
Tebow reportedly will be traded or released after the season, but league sources say the Jets are likely to honor Tebow's forthcoming request to be released and therefore become an unrestricted free agent.
This couldn't make more sense. No matter how you cut it, Tebow presents a win-win situation for the Jaguars.
Not only did Tebow play his high school football near Jacksonville, but he also won two national championships with the Florida Gators. His ties to the Sunshine State will add to his comfort level with the organization, and his local connection will also give fans another reason to attend Jaguar games.
In terms of skills and how he impacts the Jags' current personnel, it also makes sense. Blaine Gabbert has been completely underwhelming so far in his NFL career. Although it's hard to cut ties with a young quarterback so quickly, it also doesn't make sense to allow him to keep failing.
Tebow is a hype machine. No matter where he goes, attention is going to follow. There is no way around that. Jacksonville needs that positive attention, whether it's winning or not.
Mortensen's report mentions that the Jaguars will have an open quarterback competition entering next season. Because Tebow was kept on the shelf for most of this year, you have to imagine that he's going to be hungry to earn a job this time around.
That doesn't bode well for Gabbert's future, but it could also push him to new heights as a player. If that winds up being the case then Tebow benefited the team in his own way, even if it wasn't through his production on the field.
When Tebow seemed to be on the outs with the Jets, Jacksonville seemed like an obvious destination. Maybe he won't wind up there in the end, but the pieces fit together perfectly.
Tebow is bound to get another chance as a starting quarterback somewhere. It might as well be for a team that suits him on every level.
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