On Tuesday, I read an article entitled "Denver Broncos' Fox, Elway Still Not Necessarily Tebow Fans" on the Denver Post's website by Woody Paige.
Let's get real, Woody.
The Broncos coaching staff have completely—and I mean 100 percent—rebuilt their offensive scheme and game plan around Tim Tebow.
Fox spent his recent interview with NFL.com's Jeff Darlington going over what he sees in Denver's offense that needs to be corrected to help Tebow and this option offense succeed.
Let's put this simply. If Fox and Elway were not fans of Tebow, they would have let him fail in the same offense that got its butt kicked against the Miami Dolphins and Detroit Lions just a few weeks ago.
If Fox didn't care for Tebow, they could have just as easily switched him out for Brady Quinn after his terrible play and consistent incompletions against Miami and Detroit.
If Fox really cared nothing for Tebow, Quinn could have come in after Orton like he should have. Let's not forget that it was widely—almost entirely—believed that Quinn was indeed the second string QB behind Orton, whether Fox made it public or not.
Instead of bringing in Quinn, or even hinting at pulling Tebow out of his new position, Fox and offensive coordinator Mike McCoy have redesigned the offense to play perfectly to the second-year quarterback's strengths.
Fox is flexing his coaching genius and rubbing it in the face of the rest of the NFL by bringing a currently college-level QB into a college-style offense and getting professional-level wins.
If Tebowmaniacs like you are concerned because Fox referred to Tebow—and this is way out of context, Woody—as "Tebow or whoever," I think you may need to focus on some more pressing matters like Tebow's development as a passer.
At the same time that this option offense has been running through its last two opponents, Tebow has been steadily increasing his abilities as an NFL-caliber passer.
There's proof in Tebow's second completion of the game against the Chiefs on Sunday.
His mechanics seemed to smooth out for one throw. His elongated throwing motion was shortened and his release was high as the ball flew perfectly into Eric Decker's outstretched arms.
Thousands of reps with the first team over the last few weeks are finally showing results—and those results happen to be in the form of touchdowns.
Tebow's being allowed to progress as a quarterback and he's doing a decent enough job in the short-term. It seems like this would be pretty tough to accomplish if the head coach didn't like him.
For not being fans of the kid they, Fox and Elway sure are doing a lot to let him succeed.
Has Tim Tebow been helped or hindered by his coaching staff and front office?
I think when a player happens to be worth reconstructing your entire offense over and it ends up working better than any expert or analyst in the sports world could have imagined—meanwhile making you look like the smartest guy in football—you would have to be a pretty big fan.
I know that if somebody made me look like a genius, I would be a fan of them. Which is why I'm a fan of yours Woody Paige.