Various pundits around the nation have had their shot at Denver’s starting quarterback, but with Tim Tebow a winner in three of his first four starts, it’s time to just sit back and watch the kid play.
We’ve heard how Tebow isn’t a prototypical NFL quarterback. We’ve heard all about how he won’t last running the ball, how his throwing motion is flawed and that he can’t pass accurately.
But the kid is a proven winner.
Tebow brings energy to games and a belief that the job will get done no matter how poorly he plays. They have a name for that kind of belief: Hope. Hope is infectious, and often times, it translates directly into success.
While teams will eventually figure out how to stop Denver’s zone reads on offense, for now, can't we just enjoy Tebow’s success in the face of extensive criticism?
Speaking of which, let’s take a look at some of the old knocks on Tebow, and consider how the young man has answered them.