My friend swore Tim Tebow was going to make it.
At work, as you approached his desk, you couldn’t help but notice how he placed ESPN’s magazine cover of Tim Tebow right in front of your walking path.
To greet my friend in the morning, you had to greet Tim Tebow — first.
My friend loved him. As a person. As a player. As an icon. Tim Tebow was going to be the future of the NFL, he thought.
And when the 6 foot 3 inches, former 2007 Heisman Trophy winner, took over for Kyle Orton, landing the Denver Broncos an AFC West division title and a playoff win against the Steelers, the world in Tebow’s eye was, essentially, his.
But that was 2011.
Reality and gravity were elements riding Tebow back to the surface; it scoped his blemishes so visibly that even the common eye saw flaws.
Today, the conclusion is clear: quarterback Tim Tebow does not have the skill set to be a starter in the NFL.
That, however, doesn’t mean Tim Tebow couldn’t be put to use for some team. Take the Dallas Cowboys for example.
Here are reasons the Cowboys should consider signing Tim Tebow as their third string quarterback.