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Yes, he's on this list.
Tim Tebow in the Super Bowl is for some vindication, but for others a moment to throw their hands up in the air.
Tebow is such a polarizing player that in Bleacher Report's debate about him, I said this:
If you think Tebow doesn't affect the defense, think again. This is a D that plays hard to keep it close even when things aren't looking well because they know that they'll always have a chance to win.
Nothing takes more pressure off of a defense than having the confidence in your offense.
If you doubt him, then you're likely going to take it like this:
So...you're saying that even Tebows OWN defense knows he can't go out and win games with a great performance so they play harder to make up for his deficiencies!
That's what I got out of your statement.
Normally when someone comes to a different conclusion then what I try to say, I get upset and privately call the person an idiot. I write as clear as day and try to leave as little room out for interpretation as possible.
But with two subjects in sports (Tim Tebow being one, the Miami Heat being the other) I know that if you have an opinion on them, you're stuck to that opinion.
I believe in Tim Tebow, so I know if someone else said that, I'd take that as them saying he just knows how to win.
I also know that if I didn't believe Tebow was a good quarterback, I'd take it the same way that gentleman took it.
Well, if the Broncos win the Super Bowl, throw out the numbers. Tim Tebow will win the MVP award.
Why? Because if the Broncos win the Super Bowl, it will be after he leads them on a game-winning drive.
Of course, it's silly to think about said stuff. I believe in Tebow as a winning quarterback, but the Broncos aren't making the Super Bowl this year.
*Attempts to duck lightning bolt.*