I'm not complicating anything, you're in denial about your feelings for Tebow and that's cool. Everyone who's debated you about Tebow who was anti-Tebow has come away believing you're a closet Tebow-maniac using this 50/50 approach. Just own it.<quoted text>Why do you always have to complicate a simple statement of mine. Tebow has not yet proved himself as a solid NFL QB by any stretch of the imagination. I would give him about a 50/50 chance of becoming a decent or better than average QB. If Tebow does fail, I will be the first to admit it. If he doesn't, you will likely be the last to admit that.
If Tebow continues to fail, I will go on as usual because in my eyes Tebow has been throwing the football with intents on going pro for over a decade and he still can't do it with any decent accuracy or consistency at the NFL level.
If Tebow decides to quit cheating the NFL and actually place the game and the people who are cutting him the check 1st he might just earn his job and be successful. That NFL money affords him his house, cars, clothes, trips, Hollywood appearances etc. etc. because Jesusing might have got him the job but Jesus sure isn't paying the bills!
If Tebow stops hiding behind his religion and using it to further his career and popularity and takes the game seriously and wants to Jesus in his own time OFF CAMERA and becomes a good solid NFL QB by putting in the time and the blood and the sweat and the tears then I will say good for him because he has proved himself and earned his place. I will then support Tebow the football player.