Tim Tebow: Why the Denver Broncos Rookie QB Will Succeed in the NFL

Jason KimCorrespondent ISeptember 5, 2010

DENVER - AUGUST 29:  Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos celebrates his fourth quarter touchdown pass to Eric Decker against the Pittsburgh Steelers during preseason NFL action at INVESCO Field at Mile High on August 29, 2010 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Steelers 34-17.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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Everyone shook their heads when the Denver Broncos took college football legend in Tim Tebow with the 25th pick of the 2010 NFL draft.

People think that the Broncos fell for Tebow's great reputation off and on the field, and just paid attention to the stats. They thought he didn't have enough talent to be drafted in the first round.

He certainly does, as he might be the greatest college football quarterback of all time.

Still, people would disagree saying how his success will not carry over to the NFL.

They think he has too many problems, including his throwing motion. Tebow throws too low when he tries to pass, and that's what defensive linemen hope for. Another big problem is the question, "can he become a good dropback passer?"

Tebow also needs to be able to handle the pressure when he's in the pocket against NFL defense.

There are many questions surrounding this former Florida Gator, but if anyone's going to fix these problems, it's Tebow. Hasn't anyone thought about that he can work on these problems and one day become an above average quarterback instead of a normal 1st round bust?

He is the guy that threw over 9000 yards and 88 touchdowns in his college football career. Adding to that, he rushed for 57 touchdowns. You can't do that much not working hard, and Tebow's determination from that will allow him to blossom into his NFL potential.

Even though it might not come in his rookie year, it will some day.