This just in: Tim Tebow will need coaching before he is able to start at quarterback in the NFL. I thought it necessary to share that valuable information with the world.
Seriously, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to realize that Tebow is going to need coaching and development if he is going to succeed in the NFL as a QB. Who knows—he may never make the transition. But if he is going to make an impact, the team that drafts him will need patience and a very good QB coach to help him.
In the meantime, Tebow can impact one NFL team immediately—the Jacksonville Jaguars. All but one home game during the 2009 season was blacked out in Jacksonville, and owner Wayne Weaver knows that he needs to put fannies back in those empty seats as soon as possible. Tebow's presence on the sideline would be a compelling factor in accomplishing that goal.
However, once he is drafted by the Jaguars, Tebow will need an action plan if he is going to be more than a public relations and marketing tool. Here are a few ideas the Jaguars can do to bring him up to speed to eventually replace David Garrard.