Haha, fair enough and you're absolutely right that just because one fails in one place they can't succeed in another but you named 2 players who could actually throw and one who wasn't a QB but could actually play his chosen position. Point is, all 3 deserved another chance somewhere else. TT's had that. Failed to improve and is staring NFL exodus in the face.<quoted text>Opening one's mouth too wide leaves one more prone to one day finding his own foot firmly planted inside of it. In my 50 plus years of closely following sports, I have seen my share of flash in the pan overnight successes quickly flame out into obscurity while I have seen others initially rejected as failures eventually succeed in sports. There are NFL Hall of Famers who were previously cut by another team before they established themselves as star players. Do the names Johnny Unitas, Len Dawson and Don Maynard ring a bell? I am not counting on Tebow to be a Hall of Famer, but it is also too early to write him off completely.
Your problem is you choose not to see TT's massive flaws, shortcomings and total ineptitude as a pro QB but instead choose to see him as a decent "christian" person who deserves a chance again and again and again and you blame everyone else instead of the one who truly deserves the blame. Get off your fence already and stand up for the one you're afraid to proclaim your devotion to Catman. We all know you're a tebowmaniac, come out and make it official.