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If you aren't up to speed on the specifics regarding Tim Tebow's time in the NFL, you might expect that he's had a rough go of things in the limited time he's played.
While this is partially true, as Tebow went 1-2 as a starter in 2010 as a rookie, the statistics show he has ability.
In 2010, Tebow only completed 50 percent of his passes, but threw for 654 yards and five touchdowns versus only three interceptions. He also rushed for 227 yards, a 5.3 yards-per-carry average, and six touchdowns.
His quarterback rating was 82.1.
Wait, I thought this was the H-back-wanna-be-quarterback with the terrible release, incapable of succeeding in the NFL.
Tebow's stat line in limited action makes one wonder where all of the drama comes from surrounding his play.
In nine appearances and three starts, he had a 300-yard game, at least one touchdown in each start and accounted for 11 total touchdowns.