Originally written on Fox Sports Florida  |  Last updated 10/16/14
It doesnt take a perfect Wunderlic score to comprehend Tim Tebows time with the New York Jets is winding down. What initially seemed to be a bold move to add a new offensive dimension with Tebow not to mention increased publicity in the same town as the defending Super Bowl champion Giants contributed largely to creating a dysfunctional atmosphere that helped produce an embarrassing season for the entire Gang Green organization. So, whats next for Tebow? Reports say hell be released by New York and will join the Jacksonville Jaguars to compete for their starting quarterback job next season. Sounds plausible, though such reports simply could be people making educated guesses in todays hotly contested media environment. Neither part of the storyline Tebow leaving NYC, landing in Jacksonville is far-fetched. Does that mean Jacksonville is the right place for the former University of Florida star? Answer: Only if the Jaguars invest in him fully. If not, it either will be a was...
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  • Spot on! Tebow player-coach! Go ahead and laugh. The masses said at one time, "if man was meant to fly God would have given us wings." The masses also believed the earth was flat. All of you Rex Ryan flat-earthers out there who are afraid of seeing Tebow succeed will be proven wrong. Go ahead and stay in your comfortable boxes. The stage is set for the biggest upset in conventional thinking of all time in NFL history. Tebow: head coach, offensive coordinator, quarterback. All in one. Chip Kelley times two. Seahawks, Patriots? No, more. This will be near NBA-like scoring! Like I said, go ahead and laugh.
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