In a perfect world, we would have 365 days of sunshine, the grass would always be green, and chocolate, not money, would be exchanged for goods and services. In a perfect world Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow would play under the same Colorado sky, helping the Denver Broncos to a world championship.
However, perfection just does not exist. Sometimes you have to break something up in order to build something up.
The Broncos will likely cut ties with Tebow even after the young quarterback took them from 4-12 to playoff team. This is where the riot groups form.
“My responsibility and the role that I’m in, I’ve got to take the personalities out of it, and I’ve got to make the best decisions I can for the Denver Broncos…Without a doubt in my mind, this is the best decision for the Denver Broncos at this point in time,” John Elway said in regards to signing Manning.
Elway said that the most difficult thing in this whole acquisition is Tebow because he has a great amount of respect for him. The same thing goes for what Manning thinks of him.
“Let me just say this,” Manning quickly brought up. “I know what kind of player Tim Tebow is, and what kind of person he is. What an awesome year he had this year. If Tim Tebow is here this year, I’m going to be the best teammate I can be to him, and he and I are going to help this team win games. If other opportunities present themselves for him, I’m going to wish him the best. He’s going to be a great player wherever he is.”
Right now, the Jaguars, Packers, and Jets have shown an interest in Tebow. The more teams that have an interest, the more it drives his stock up. Oh, and it helps if some of those comeback wins from last season are sitting at the top of the memory bank.
Expect Tebow to sign with someone else in the next few days.
At this point all we can say is ‘Thank you, good luck’ and ‘Wow, what a ride!’