The Denver Broncos are in the middle of an apparent quarterback search, and the fans have lost their minds.
Broncos Country has been patiently waiting for a resolution to the quarterback situation in Denver. The notion that Mark Sanchez is the future is pretty hard to swallow. The waiting game for a trade for Colin Kaepernick has put some crazy notions in the heads of fans. Desperately waiting for names like Ryan Fitzpatrick or Johnny Manziel to scroll across the bottom line of ESPN have eaten away at the brains of the fans.
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And now, with mush brained logic there are fans who are pining for Tim Tebow? Is that what a fall into mediocrity and uncertainty at the quarterback position does to Broncos Country? I would have to say that those of us who have turned back to Tebow are living in a desperate state. I will not take the time to bash Tebow. He doesn’t deserve it. I refuse to continue to roll out the “In Elway We Trust” argument. Tried and true, but if you don’t trust now, how can you start today.
No, I am going to look at the reaction to Tim Tebow from the rest of the league. It is not just the Broncos who have moved on from Tebow, but so has every other team in the NFL. Part of that could be the attention that follows him wherever he goes. NFL teams hate distractions, but I think the fact that Tim Tebow has the best bounce pass in NFL history is a big part of the problem.
It is not just the Broncos who have moved on from Tebow, but so has every other team in the NFL.
I am not a talent scout for the NFL, but I know what my eyes tell me. Right now they are telling me that Tim Tebow is going to be a pretty good analyst for ESPN’s college football coverage. And why not? He is charismatic, knowledgable, well-spoken, and well-liked. They are also telling me that every team in the NFL would rather have a myriad of clipboard holders than put Tebow behind center.
This is not about Tebow. He was a great college player, and he helped inspire Broncos Country for a time when we were all a little down. However, remember who drafted him. He was a Josh McDaniels experiment. We all know how well that worked out. John Elway will not be revisiting that past. It wasn’t a simpler time. It was the time of McHoody Jr. I don’t want to go back, and neither should you.