NFL: Why Tim Tebow Is the Most Overrated QB in NFL History

Kenny ServeraContributor IIIDecember 12, 2011

DENVER, CO - DECEMBER 11:  Quarterback Tim Tebow #15 of the Denver Broncos delivers a pass against the Chicago Bears at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on December 11, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Bears 13-10 in overtime.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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I had to write this article because I am tired of this Tim Tebow circus.

The man is not a quarterback, yet he is being praised as one of the best quarterbacks in the league. Tebow is a one dimensional player. He has been downright awful in the first three quarters, but he gets it done in the fourth quarter thanks to some lazy defense and divine intervention There is nothing special about this quarterback. Look at the defense he has faced:

Miami Dolphins

Detroit Lions 

Oakland Raiders 

Kansas City Chiefs 

New York Jets 

San Diego Chargers 

Minnesota Vikings 

Chicago Bears

These are not the best defenses in the league (except for the Bears defense which was dominating him the first 58 minutes of the game). Tebow has been mostly awful all through those games, yet he gets all the credit. He does not deserve all of the credit.

If you are a true football fan, you would give all of the credit to the Denver Broncos defense and their kicker. I believe the only reason the media is praising him is because of his faith.

There is going to come a time where all NFL defensive coordinators are going to figure him out. When they do, they are going to punch him in the mouth. All I'm really saying is Tebow is really overrated and I am sick of hearing all the praises (especially from ESPN First Take debater Skip Tebow—I mean Bayless).

He is nothing special. If you want to see a real quarterback, go somewhere outside of Denver.

Tebow Time will run out eventually.