Tebow, the winner of the 2007 Heisman Trophy who led the mediocre Broncos to a 7-4 record and a stunning 29-23 victory in overtime against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2012 playoffs, intentionally gained weight to appease the wishes of Jets head coach Rex Ryan and offensive coordinator Tony Sparano.
Bizarrely, despite doing exactly as asked and being one of the lone offensive weapons on the Jets, Ryan and Sparano refuse to place Tebow in the backfield and have rarely run the wildcat while amassing a paltry record of 3-5.
The 6-foot-3, 250 pound Tebow, a talented athlete who regrettably throws like a glorified version of Corky Thatcher, has become so large that he is physically incapable of playing quarterback.
The greatest quality a signal-caller can possess is accuracy and Tebow, lacking even a shred of touch on the ball, is flatly the most erratic passer in the league.
Now resembling a miniature version of “Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner, Tebow, a southpaw who completed a paltry 46.5 percent of his 271 pass attempts for the Broncos in 2011, is less equipped than ever to succeed under center.
Granted, even if Tebow managed to shed some bulk, the former Gators superstar wouldn’t exactly be confused with the legendary Johnny Unitas.
Nevertheless, Tebow’s grit, passion and gumption had always offered fans a granule of hope that he could mature into a standout ballplayer.
Unfortunately, due to excessive workouts in the gym, Tim Tebow will win a bodybuilding contest before ever becoming a competent NFL quarterback.by