5 Improvements Tim Tebow Needs to Make to Last as an NFL QB

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5 Improvements Tim Tebow Needs to Make to Last as an NFL QB
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It doesn't take a seasoned football analyst to tell you that Tim Tebow is struggling as a quarterback in the NFL. However, what is the true nature of Tebow's problems? How might he go about fixing them? 

Furthermore, is it even possible that Tebow can correct his errors and become a legitimate starting quarterback in the NFL?

One of the most difficult issues to understand is why so many excellent collegiate quarterbacks fail to make the transition to the NFL. How can a player like Tebow, who dominated college football and became one of the greatest quarterbacks in Southeastern Conference history, struggle so mightily in the NFL?

Even more interestingly, how can someone like Josh McDaniels be so sold on Tebow while most other coaches and media members suspected he would be a sub-par quarterback?

Many NFL media members can observe that Tebow has an ineffective delivery, but how many truly understand why his delivery is mechanically poor? How many average fans know why Tebow's pocket presence will, unless improved, forever haunt him?

Currently, Tebow doesn't pass the eye test as an NFL quarterback. But, why is this? 

Here are five flaws Tim Tebow needs to fix in his game to become a legitimate NFL starting quarterback, and why those flaws are the cornerstone of quarterback play in the NFL.

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