Why Tim Tebow Should Be A Packer Next Year If Available
If, for whatever reason, you have never liked Tim Tebow and never given him a shot, don’t read the rest of this article. If you think the media overplays what he does on and off the field to make him look like a saint, definitely stop reading this article. Ever since the University of Florida’s all-everything quarterback gave his apology speech to Gator Nation after a loss to Ole Miss last season, he became my role model and also one of my favorite athletes to play the game.
Anyone who watched #15 tearfully enter The Swamp for the last time in a Gator uniform had to feel for him. What a legacy the Heisman Trophy and two-time National Champ will leave in Florida in about a month. He has received more trophies than he probably knows what to do with, run for more yards as a quarterback than Duke has a team, and scored more touchdowns in his career than anyone to play in the SEC. Yes, that means you Bo Jackson and Herschel Walker.
That’s why in next April’s NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers need to draft Tim Tebow if he is within reaching distance on Day One. The verdict on Tebow’s draft stock is still out, with some believing he can be a first round, starting quarterback while others believe he will move to running back and work out of the Wildcat formation on most plays as an H-Back.