They say that there is more than one way to skin a cat.
I'll have to take their word for it.
But there is definitely more than one way to play the game of football. Most players go the conventional way, following the well-worn path laid down by the elders of the NFL.
Then there are those players that march to a slightly different drummer—they arrived at their destination via a non-traditional route.
Or, to put it another way, they have skinned the NFL cat a little differently.
Tim Tebow is one those players.
He plays the game like it was meant to be played—in 1955. He is a man after his time. Compared to him, Joe Kapp looks like Aaron Rodgers.
Tebow may not look pretty doing it his way, but he gets positive results.
He is not alone, however, in achieving a common goal through uncommon means. Others around the NFL have gone about business in an unconventional way as well.