In particular, Demaryius Thomas had some less than glowing words about his former signal-caller. Keep in mind that it was Thomas who was on the receiving end of a few of Tebow's most highly praised passes, particularly in the playoffs against the Steelers.
Clearly, as anyone who watched the games could easily suspect, Thomas was frustrated with Tebow's inability to hit his receivers on a consistent basis.
While the mindless fanboys and blind Tebow-maniacs would praise him for his late-game "heroics," Thomas was stuck trying to chase after uncatchable balls and dealing with constant frustration with a stagnant offense led by someone who was clearly unqualified to be there.
Despite the accolades, this is what was going through the Broncos WR's head, as his QB tossed passes that looked more like dead ducks than tight spirals.
Still, despite his painfully poor overall performance, Tebow continued to get a lion's share of the credit for the Broncos' streak of success. Thomas knew it, and the rest of the team knew it as well.
Thomas makes an excellent point. While people were heaping praise on Tebow, the Broncos defense was quietly putting together some dominant performances.
Perhaps now, people will realize that the Broncos really weren't winning because of Tim Tebow. Maybe they'll see the Broncos offense with Peyton Manning and realize how much damage they can do with a REAL quarterback. Maybe they'll see Tebow flounder around with the Jets and realize they were wrong about this football Messiah.
But then again, if logic has eluded them for this long, why would it change now?