Since Tim Tebow came into the NFL, he's been an attraction, like a circus sideshow. ESPN, rightly so, gets most of the blame for hyping Tebow. He hasn't started a regular season game in over a season, but yet everywhere he walks on a field, there are cameras following his every move as if he is actually the royal baby.Alas, ESPN isn't the only guilty party.While watching the NFL network today, they showed Tebow at Patriots training camp with a throng of reporters with microphones stuffed into his face like he was Tom Brady after a Super Bowl.'Don't believe me?Keep in mind this isn't a former Pro-Bowler looking to catch on with a new team or something akin to McNabb going to the Redskins. Nope. This is, for the most part, a career backup who will probably be listed as third on the depth chart at quarterback once the season begins.But for the Patriots though, considering their other problems, having Tebow as the main attraction is probably a welcome sight.