My problem with Tim is one word, consistency. Look at his numbers early in the game. Here are his completion percentages in the first three quarters respectively:47.7%, 38.2%, 36.9%. He wouldn’t have been forced into so many comeback, dire situations, if he had played better in the first three quarters.
This, to put it mildly, will not cut it. He can rush for as many yards as he likes, and Tebow is good at that. But, teams now have a full season of game film to watch this guy. They are going to know how to play against him. To be successful, and for his avant garde wildcat plays to work, he is going to have to complete passes. And he just doesn’t do that enough, sorry Tebow fans out there. He just doesn’t. Furthermore, a lot of QB experts don’t think his passing is going to get any better, after all this time doing it one way.
Clearly, Tim Tebow has attributes as a QB. He’s a winner, no doubt about it. He plays well when the game is on the line. I would like nothing better than to be wrong about everything I have said in the past, and have Mark Sanchez/Tim Tebow be the first two headed monster at QB to win a Super Bowl.
I don’t see it though.