Tim Tebow has found himself in a interesting yet familiar situation since he was selected in the first round by Josh McDaniels. Tim has faced many critics and skeptics along the way to finding himself, as of this Sunday, the starting quarterback for the Denver Broncos. The question that everyone is asking, debating, and what is filling up time slots on sports coverage on a national level is, will he succeed? The answer to this question is YES!
From the time that Tim Tebow laced up his cleats and played Pop Warner football he has faced doubters, skeptics, and coaches who seemed to be set on changing the position that Tim wanted to play. The simple fact without breaking down every statistic that Tebow has put up over the years is that this guy knows how to win. Tim Tebow has succeeded at every level of competition in his career and I do not think the NFL will be any different. So how will Tim do in Denver?
The Denver Broncos are a organization that is rebuilding. Denver has young talent spread throughout its roster. On the offensive side of the ball the Broncos will have some young talent that will help Tebow on the field. John Fox has always been a running guy first which I think will benefit Tebow with his unorthodox style of play. Some skeptics believe that when teams have time to prepare for Tebow that he will not be able to perform as well as he did in the 2nd half of the San Diego Chargers game. I think Tim Tebow is unique and there has never been another player quite like him. Aside from the leadership and spark he provides fans and teammates, he has a unorthodox style of play that I think will be very difficult for teams to pinpoint. If a team is built around this guy, I believe he could take a team to the playoffs. Will he ever win a super bowl? I would not go that far, but I think he will have a successful career and if the Denver Broncos give him the right tools I believe he is going to surprise some opponents this season and help the Broncos get some victories.
My final thought is that the Denver Broncos will be competing with the Kansas City Chiefs for last place in the division but it would not surprise me at all if this Tebow led team was able to get at least one victory over every team in the division. If Tim Tebow can do what he did toSan Diegolast week, then you better believe he could do it to Oakland or Kansas City.