Tim Tebow does come with a circus. But it’s nothing the 1.2 billion dollar stadium can’t handle.
The upside of signing Tebow outweighs the downside. Adding him to the roster with a one year contract (with clear intentions that he will not leapfrog Tony Romo) is low-risk.
The motivated 26-year old quarterback has openly stated his wish to play quarterback in the NFL. Knowing that signing with Dallas might be his last shot in the NFL, Tebow’s motivation should boost Dallas, even if it meant he was on an NFL bench over ESPN’s chair as a college analyst.
Tim Tebow won’t be a starter in the NFL as quarterback.
But he still has skills the Cowboys need. Who knows, with a little success, maybe my friend pulls out his magazine again. Tebow is good at stealing Kyle Orton’s thunder.