Tim Tebow has said how excited he is to play for the New York Jets. he has been saying it since his introductory news conference, and he has continued to say it entering the regular season. Tebow is a team player if nothing else.
But does he seem as excited to sit on the bench? Is he excited getting in on seven snaps during a Jets’ blowout win over the Buffalo Bills? Will he be excited as the 2012 NFL season progresses, and he finds himself in less and less meaningful game action?
Even Tebow cannot fake that level of excitement.
Tebow wants to start in the NFL. Personally, I have never really seen him as a starting NFL quarterback and, even with the Jets, I still see him more of a reserve player. I maintain that the only way Tebow should be starting in this league is if he change his position to a halfback or tight end. If he proved he can run 20 times per game or catch seven or eight balls, he may be far more suited to start at either of those positions.
Because he is certainly not...