I have always thought Tim Tebow could find some success in the NFL. No his game wasn't pro material coming out of college, but his desire to win reminded me of Micheal Jordan. When Tebow lost a game at Florida, he was clearly upset about it. He made speeches and promises, to not let it happen again.
ESPN's Merril Hodge said this on SportsCenter: "He is awful as far as accuracy goes and what's kind of even more disturbing, he's probably worse moving and running around with the football and throwing than he is from the pocket. Can you get better there? A little bit. If everything is perfect, the pocket, your feet are good, all your fundamentals come into place, the coverage is what you want it, you can be successful. But that doesn't happen at the National Football League. Rarely does that happen."
Then Tebow and Lebron James fired back on Twitter, breaking a two week silence, when he said - "Hey Merrill...... 'ppreciate that"
Lebron used Twitter to chime in on the topic: "Guys get on that TV and act like they was all WORLD when they played. How bout encouraging him and wishing him the best instead of hating!!"
"Tim Tebow will succeed in the NFL," James tweeted. "He's a hard worker, a student of the game, a natural born leader and most of all a WINNER! It takes time and he'll be nice."
Who really knows, but Kyle Orton was not traded and has been named the starter in Denver.