In a Radio Row interview with Mike Dempsey of 1010XL in Jacksonville, former Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann was candid regarding the pro prospects of former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow.
Theismann thinks that Tebow should have retired after his college football career ended.
“Rock star status preserved,” Theismann said.
“Obviously at Florida they don’t teach throwing the football,” Theismann opined in explaining that Tebow’s mechanics are “poor.” Theismann also said that Urban Meyer and his staff have “no clue” regarding the process for preparing a quarterback to play “at the next level.”
In Theismann’s view, the point of no return came with Tebow’s participation in the Senior Bowl. Now, it’s too late for Tebow to turn back; Theismann said that Tebow’s pride and ego won’t let the 2007 Heisman winner abandon his plan to play pro football.
Since Theismann knows a thing or two about pride and ego, we’ll defer to his views in this regard.