Arnette's ad, which was signed 'The citizens of Jacksonville,' asserts that the fans will fill the stadium it Tebow is signed.
This is honestly quite absurd on every level.
Arnette and other Tebow apologists seem to think that signing Tebow will suddenly make the Jaguars into a serviceable team, like it seemed to do with the Denver Broncos.
What they fail to realize is that the Broncos were an incredibly talented team, and the QB at the time (Kyle Orton) simply wasn't the right fit at the time. The infusion of Tebow led to a change in game plan, and he had a short enough leash that he wasn't allowed to make too many mistakes, and they won.
In Jacksonville, it's an entirely different story.
Yes, they might fill the stadium the first time he puts on a Jaguars uniform, if that ever happens. Maybe even the second time, as well. But when the Jaguars continue to get blown out, thanks to a serious talent deficiency throughout their entire roster, will people still come to see their beloved Tebow get crushed on a weekly basis?
I'm not sure if Arnette really has any business speaking for the people of Jacksonville, and I'm not even sure they want Tebow anymore. Arnette says that from what he has seen, people are very supportive of Tebow. From the ESPN report:
The fact that people are still clamoring for Tebow is a sign that the rumors swirling around the Jaguars moving away from Jacksonville are completely legitimate. This city doesn't deserve a football team.
If they view Tebow as a viable option, it's obvious that the Jaguars are no longer viewed as an actual football team. They're a side show. Get them out of Jacksonville, get new coaching and front office personnel, and start fresh. What a joke.