Originally written on Football Nation  |  Last updated 9/1/13
Over the weekend, the New England Patriots ended the Tim Tebow era when they cut the four year veteran out of Florida, deciding to keep only two quarterbacks on their roster.  Upon his release, Tebow said that he would continue to pursue his dream of being an NFL quarterback.  With that said, here are five teams that could potentially use his services:Buffalo BillsIn their third preseason game against the Washington Redskins, the Bills were running the read-option with Kevin Kolb at quarterback who is not exactly known for his athleticism.  As we know, Kolb suffered a concussion in that game and with his history of sustaining head injuries, the Bills cannot count on him to return. When rookie E.J. Manuel is back he will be the starter, but anytime you run an offense in the NFL, when the quarterback is a primary runner, there will always be the threat of an injury looming.  Should Manuel get hurt again, Tebow could slide right in and take over.  Put him in shotgun with C.J. Spiller a...
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2 Comments:
  • Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't Tim Tebow and Matt Ryan have the same number of play-off victories? Tebow in Atlanta would certainly be interesting if, God forbid, something were to happen to Ryan. As dumb as he seems, he causes excitement and has won some big time ball games.
  • tim tebow should just go sign with the cleveland browns! that franchise has ruined even the greatest of greats of the quarterback position! first rounders, number one pics, it dont matter! thats where qb's go to polish off there careers! they will give him top dollar!
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