Originally Posted by htismaqe
He wasn't lucky. He made PERFECT throws at key times that won games.
The point is that this idea that "he has no business being a QB" is hogwash. He's better than at least a 3rd of the current starting QBs in the league. Hell, he's better than BOTH of the guys starting ahead of him in New York.
Does that mean I think a team should build around him as an every-down starter? Hell no. Just don't believe in hyperbole.
In my opinion, if no one is willing to build around him long-term, then he doesnt have any business being a QB... its asking too much of any team.
If they dont have a very similar player as his backup, then they have to totally overhaul their offense if Tebow is injured... its too much trouble for just one guy.
He won some big games, and made a few big throws, but as soon as he lined up in front of a top D he was totally exposed, indeed clowned... thats no hyperbole.