Why You Either Love or Hate Tim Tebow
Tebow, who was a product of Urban Meyer's unique Spread Wing offense at Florida, has all the talent in the world but may never pan out to be a true NFL starter. In fact, Tebow may be better fit for the ancient football formation, the Single Wing.
However, I am a firm believer that Tebow can succeed in the league if he is given the chance. Hell, if Cam Newton is going to be the starter in Carolina, then why can't Tebow be the starter in Denver?
Two words: Kyle Orton.
According to multiple sources, Orton is simply outplaying Tebow in the team's training camp and the Broncos have dismissed the possibility of trading Orton—it appears that Tebow's chances of being a starter in 2011 are slim to none.
But there's just one thing that I cannot wrap my head around: How are Broncos not realizing that Tebow has so much upside and potential whereas Orton has already peaked and is an above average quarterback at best.
Why not roll the dice and let Tebow start this up-coming season? I mean, the Broncos are not going anywhere anytime soon.
In my opinion, there is so much to love about Tebow. He has amazing work ethic, he's a leader and he has all the talent and potential in the world. He just needs some seasoning and he should be ready to succeed.
However, from the doubters point-of-view, there is a lot to hate about Tebow. Whether it's his inability to be a consistent passer, his non-traditional throwing motion or strong religious opinions, you can easily see why many tend to hate Tebow.
I firmly believe that Tebow was just short of being amazing during his rookie year. Tebow may have only completed 50 percent of his passes, but he threw five touchdowns and only three interceptions while running in for an impressive six touchdowns.
Taking a look at Tebow's rookie stats, what's not to love? He showed potential and upside while winning a game for the lowly Broncos.
Tebow is probably the most heavily debated player in recent memory and needs to get a chance to succeed in Denver.
The talent is there, don't question that. It's just a matter of Tebow gaining the experience and coaching in order for him to succeed—then I guarantee that all of you doubters out there will love him.
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