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Apparently, journalists across the nation will insist that the Jaguars should have drafted Tim Tebow in the 2010 draft until the end of time. This from Bucky Brooks' 2010 draft do-over on NFL.com.
"10. Jacksonville Jaguars Actual Pick: Tyson Alualu, DTDo-Over Pick: Tim Tebow, QB (Broncos' No. 25 pick)
There is no way Shahid Khan would allow Gene Smith to bypass Tim Tebow in this draft, regardless of his shortcomings as a passer. Tebow would energize the fan base and give the Jaguars a winner with a knack for coming up with big plays in critical moments. The jury is still out on whether his unorthodox style will succeed over time, but he would instantly make Jacksonville relevant on the national scene."
Brooks got a couple of things right here. The Jaguars would indeed instantly become relevant -- until they began losing games at an incredible rate. Tebow would have brought some short-term publicity to the Jaguars, true, but long-term noteriety comes from p...
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This tidbit just flew across my Twitter timeline from Tania Ganguli.
Britton's understanding is he's focusing on right tackle, but he doesn't care where he plays. Says "one way or another" he'll start #Jaguars
— Tania Ganguli (@taniaganguli) April 12, 2012
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