Ah, this is quite exciting. Tebow is on the market and who knows if there is any solid interest in him. I would love to see him join up with my beloved Pats . I think he needs a change in position desperately and I think Belichick could make him into a much better player.
But really, what do you think of Tebow as a player? Where will he go?
He's a class act, and will probably graciously leave Denver, thanking them for the opportunity, and wishing Peyton luck in the future. I respect the heck out of him for that, but as a QB, he's rather low quality. Maybe a team like SF or even Baltimore could use him -- teams with strong running games, that need a QB that can manage the game, add a running threat, and occasionally pass. I wouldn't be surprised to see him start a few games next season, but I doubt most teams will take a serious look at him...
I'm saying with the pats he could have an exceptional running game as well as get direct snaps and throw it down the field. We have plenty of offensive power and Tebow could utilize it. I do not want to see him play QB any more. Give him the option, but limit him to the running game.
If Tebow was smart he would stay in Denver because Peyton Manning has been in the NFL for 13 now and most likely has about 2 solid years left in him and once he leaves/retires Denver is just going to need a new QB. Besides it's not like Tim won't have any playing time at all while Peyton is there, he will get his share of PT. Not to forget, Denver fans already have a love for Tim to begin with so removing him completely would make alot of fans mad which might hurt the orginization money wise.
Tebow is a good QB, not the best, not the worst. What I really like about him is his character. For example, before every game, he flies a family out to the game, and gives them a tour of the stadium and the players. He covers all expenses and their stay as well. People found out about this because other players would talk about it, he never talked about it. And for that I respect him highly.
Tebow isn't capable of leading a team deep into the playoffs on his own. The only reason he got Denver as far as he did was because the defense held every team under 20 points and the offense got within field goal range every drive.