Love him or hate him, it's hard to deny that people feel strongly one way or the other about Tim Tebow. For those who can't separate their Saturdays from their Sundays, Tebow is a great topic of adamant emotions. For some, it's an undying devotion to a very Christian kid who was a hell of a college football player. To others, it's white hot hate for the former Florida Gator who more than likely whipped up on his or her team in the SEC.
But here we are in the NFL, and it seems like not much has changed. People still feel strongly about Tim Tebow in either a very positive or negative light. With the insane amounts of coverage the media feels like shining on him, it's easy to understand why the casual NFL fan has become tired of hearing about him. When was the last time a backup quarterback has received Brett Favre-like play-by-play coverage on major media outlets? I'm going with never.
With that said, many out there still believe in the kid and think he will end up being a serviceable NFL quarterback. Sure, he has his detractors, but there are still a good number of people in his corner. Remember, he was slated to be the teams starter when it seemed a foregone conclusion that Kyle Orton would be traded to Miami before camp started. But Denver Broncos GM John Elway wasn't satisfied with the trade package the Dolphins were offering and didn't pull the trigger. Just like that, Tebow went back to second on the depth chart.
Does Tim Tebow still have a shot at being Denver's starting quarterback again? It's possible. Let's take a look at five reasons how "The Big Tebowski" could reclaim that role in Denver.