Jason's note: This column has spoilers from Sunday night's "Breaking Bad" season finale.
Maybe Tim Tebow is a football force of nature, the answer to Denver's mile-high longing for the next John Elway. But it's going to take more than a screen pass, a 12-yard TD scramble, constant fist-pumping and yelling and a moral victory to convince me.
I hope I don't get struck by lightning or my Tebow-loving, FOXSports.com colleague Jen Engel for writing that.
I'm not for or against Touchdown Timmy. I'm a Kansas City-fed, Show Me State, fence-sitting skeptic when it comes to the religious symbol/Broncos quarterback. You have to show me more than a 4-of-10, 79-yard passing half to get my heart racing about a Tebow Era.
I was stunned Sunday night when none other than Tony Dungy declared on NBC's "Football Night In America" that Denver coach John Fox had to start Tebow in two weeks after Denver's bye in the aftermath of the Broncos' 29-24 close loss against San Diego. Dungy, while a religiou...