Originally posted on The Penalty Flag  |  Last updated 1/19/12
Denver Broncos’ Vice President of football operations John Elway should be a politician.  In a few words he said everything without saying anything while managing to fool the NFL world on his opinion on quarterback Tim Tebow.  The truth of the matter is that Elway’s stance on Tebow remains the same.  He’s not sold on him. Yes, it’s been heard over and over again.  Elway is willing to train Tebow himself.  Great.  The Broncos are going to put pieces around Tebow to support him.  Wonderful.  And Tim Tebow will go into next season’s training camp as the Broncos No. 1 quarterback.  Well out-freaking-standing!  Elway has finally seen the light, right?  Wrong.  And here’s where he fooled you. What other legitimate starting quarterback in the NFL do you hear about going into next season’s training camp as the team’s starting quarterback?  You won’t hear that about Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, Eli Manning, Cam Newton, or Aaron Rodgers.  Why?  Because those quarterbacks truly have the endorsement of their respective front offices and coaches.  How would it sound if Bill Belichick came out and said that Tom Brady has earned the right to be the starter for the Patriots in  training camp next season?  [...]
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