Even with Broncos football over, there’s still something to tune into.
Check out ESPN’s Year of the Quarterback tonight at 7:00 p.m. ET (5:00 p.m. MST). The documentary’s premier episode follows Tim Tebow as he made the transition from a Heisman QB to a professional QB. ESPN’s camera crew followed Tebow around for six months to see what he went through and how life in the NFL was dramatically different from college.
Bill Williamson of ESPN asked Tebow a few questions about the documentary.
Bill Williamson: What do you want people to take from this film?
Tim Tebow: “I hope it’s a positive message for kids who trying to accomplish their dreams. I want to show them that there are adversity and obstacles for everyone but you can make it. I am honestly living my dream, but I had adversity and obstacles. I want kids to get hope from this.”
BW: What was it like having cameras around you all the time?
TT: “I trusted (director) Chase Heavener. We are they were friends so it was a lot of fun. They were around for six months and it was so fun, I didn’t even notice the cameras. At the end of the day I’d say “Where Y’all been today?” They’d look at me and say “Are you kidding me, we’ve been three feet away from you filming all day.’ It was very natural and I think they got a lot of good footage.”
To read the rest of Williamson’s Q&A with Tebow, go here.
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