T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercial 2014: Watch Tim Tebow in Game Day Ad

Tim KeeneyContributor IFebruary 2, 2014

FILE - In this Jan. 6, 2014 file, photo shows Tim Tebow on ESPN before the NCAA BCS National Championship college football game between Auburn and Florida State in Pasadena, Calif. Tebow will be a special guest on ABC's
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T-Mobile has finally figured out why no one will give Tim Tebow a contract. 

The polarizing quarterback wasn't able to land on an NFL team this season. It's something that angered many of his adoring fans out there, but look at everything he was able to accomplish with the free time:

Delivering babies. Saving cute puppies from burning buildings. Perfecting his stand-up comedy. Rocking out. Hunting down Bigfoot. Solving world peace.

Tim Tebow really can do it all. 

It's hard to pick out the best moment from this commercial. Tebow saving a couple of adorable puppies is obviously near the top of the list. Taking a selfie with Bigfoot and his classic "uh-oh" as soon as he realizes he's floating off the moon are also pretty funny.

But my favorite comes when Dr. Tebow is calling audibles in the delivery room and the soon-to-be mom asks "Is that Tim Tebow?" The subsequent look of admiration that the husband gives is just hilarious:

Photo credit: Screenshot from YouTube video

Tebow may not be employed by the NFL, but he's showing he has plenty of talent to make a living on-screen. He impressed as a college football analyst on ESPN during the BCS championship, and this commercial shows off his not-too-shabby acting chops, as well. 

"A little bit of everything, you know," Tebow told Good Morning America when talking about his versatility (h/t Bleacher Report's Gabe Zaldivar). "Just trying to dabble at a little bit here, a little bit there."

I'd say so. 

Whether or not you like Tebow, you have to appreciate his performance in the new T-Mobile Super Bowl commercial. 

Not only is the ad entertaining and funny, but it's good to see the young quarterback self-aware with the whole "no contract" thing and able to make fun of himself. 

And if you're not a fan, then you probably hate cute puppies.