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Jets still hoping they can trade Tebow

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Last year, the Jets and Jaguars were the only two teams interested in acquiring Tim Tebow in a trade from the Broncos. Now that the Jets want to get rid of him and the Jaguars have already said they won’t acquire him, does that mean the Jets have no hope of getting anything for Tebow in a trade?

Probably. But that doesn’t mean the Jets won’t try.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Jets do not plan to release Tebow before the start of the new league year in March because they still hope they can trade him.

That hope, however, seems incredibly unrealistic. The Jets will almost certainly find that no one is interested, and then release Tebow at some point in the spring.

At that point, Tebow would become an unrestricted free agent, and he still might not draw any interest. One NFL general manager told Schefter, “I think his career is over without playing another position.”

But before he can play another position, he has to find another team. That won’t be easy.

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  1. queensnyvegas says: Feb 3, 2013 10:41 AM

    trade him to the deadskins they need a qb

  2. tjacks7 says: Feb 3, 2013 10:44 AM

    Yes because the best way to show another team that they should trade for him is to never use him. Even when you have one of the worst starting QBs in the league. And when your starting QB finally gets hurt and misses time, you play the 3rd stringer over him. I’m sure there will be a long line of teams ready to make a deal.

  3. salutethis says: Feb 3, 2013 10:45 AM

    Its to bad if Tebow doesn’t get a real chance to play again…stupid jets, they really did this kid wrong…

  4. marvin120 says: Feb 3, 2013 10:47 AM

    Regardless of what you think about Tebow, you can’t find another similar situation in NFL history: a young QB comes in and takes over a terrible, last place team, leads them to a division title & playoff win vs. the best D in the league (a game in which the QB acct for nearly 400 yds of total offense), and now, 16 starts in with a 9-7 record, he may get run out of the league. Unique, to say the least.

  5. ottawabrave91 says: Feb 3, 2013 10:52 AM

    its not like he ever won a playoff game or anything

  6. ajgreenshands says: Feb 3, 2013 10:58 AM

    Cincy needs a fullback. We’ll give you a 10th round pick for him…

  7. bechillin says: Feb 3, 2013 10:58 AM

    Good luck with that LOL

  8. britishraven says: Feb 3, 2013 11:00 AM

    Totally insane

  9. petehemlock says: Feb 3, 2013 11:02 AM

    He would be good on a team like Houston.

  10. getyourownname says: Feb 3, 2013 11:02 AM

    It’s news the Jets are incredibly unrealistic?

  11. pemory says: Feb 3, 2013 11:07 AM

    Trade? To whom exactly?

  12. 13arod says: Feb 3, 2013 11:08 AM

    somebody will get him maybe thekansas city cheifs??

  13. kw27p says: Feb 3, 2013 11:16 AM

    The only way he remains in nfl is as a full back. Tho even those are becoming extinct

  14. NotoriousKDV says: Feb 3, 2013 11:16 AM

    Tebow deserves some credit for the wave of pistol/read option QB’s in the NFL. I mean even a guy as limited at throwing the ball as Tebow did, managed to have some success in the NFL running the read option. I think that paved the way for teams to look for pistol/read option QB’s that could

    I’m not sure if the Redskins run the pistol with RGIII if Tebow didn’t show it can be done successfully in the NFL. Sure they still would have drafted RGIII but I think they would have tried to use him in a more traditional manner if they hadn’t already seen that the pistol/read option stuff could be successful in the NFL. Maybe Jim Harbaugh would have done it anyways with Kaepernick but I believe Jim was even more convinced that it could work in the NFL after seeing what Tebow did last year. Does Russell Wilson get to start over Matt Flynn if Pete Carroll doesn’t think the read option stuff can work in the NFL? I’m not sure.

    So even if he never plays again, I think Tebow deserves some credit, not all of the credit, just some, for this wave of pistol/read option stuff that we’re seeing in the NFL. He’s helped revolutionize the NFL and that shouldn’t be overlooked.

  15. tluke25 says: Feb 3, 2013 11:17 AM

    How are they supposed to trade him when they produced the perception that he is too awful to even take a snap under center regardless of any circumstances whatsoever.

  16. thefiesty1 says: Feb 3, 2013 11:20 AM

    Trade him to the jungles of some underdeveloped country to never be heard from again.

  17. lamontjoe says: Feb 3, 2013 11:27 AM

    If he would move to TE, he could have a pro bowl career. Leave the pride alone; if he wants to stay in the NFL, it shouldn’t matter if he is not a QB.

  18. ijahru says: Feb 3, 2013 11:27 AM

    A team has to commit to Tebow as their QB and gear the offense around his strengths or he needs to accept a position change to an H back

  19. gator2006 says: Feb 3, 2013 11:29 AM

    Who remembers when all the analysts said that Tebow’s newfangled zone read was a gimmick that wouldn’t work in the NFL long-term? Seemed to work fine this year.

    Somebody needs to take him in as a backup to a mobile QB. For example, Hawks/Skins/Panthers/Eagles?

  20. jaydm84 says: Feb 3, 2013 11:31 AM

    I don’t see why the 9ers, skins or anyone else who runs some read option type scheme doesn’t scoop him up as a back up. He is already familiar with that style of offense and would be an upgrade to most, if not all, back ups.

  21. jimbo75025 says: Feb 3, 2013 11:32 AM

    Oh well. I actually feel kind of bad for the kid. In the end though, he chose the Jets over the Jags and Jax most likely would have at least put him on the field.

    Somehow, I still think somebody will pick him up on a minimum contract

  22. geefan1 says: Feb 3, 2013 11:38 AM

    Browns should offer Colt McCoy for him and then move Tebow to fullback.

  23. mike5011ad says: Feb 3, 2013 11:42 AM

    If he wants to cintinue to play in the NFL, he needs to humble himself and switch to FB before he’s too old. He has the skills to become the next Michael Robinson. There’s nothing wrong with switching positions. If not, then there’s always the Arena League…

  24. Patriot42 says: Feb 3, 2013 11:50 AM

    I believe Andy Reid would use him.

  25. mybrunoblog says: Feb 3, 2013 11:57 AM

    I see a CFL future for young Tebow. NFL is closing doors to him.

  26. 1uniquename says: Feb 3, 2013 11:58 AM

    If nobody takes him as a backup, which would be criminal with all the pistol offenses now, then he will go to Canada. Once there he will dominate and eventually an NFL team will bring him in and he will succeed ala Flutie and Cunningham.

  27. canetic says: Feb 3, 2013 12:00 PM

    They would also like to trade Joe Namath for “at least a third rounder”

  28. 1uniquename says: Feb 3, 2013 12:03 PM

    To add to that I highly doubt he will decide to switch positions in order to play next season in the NFL. Go to Canada, improve his accuracy and a few years from now someone will give him a true shot and he will make the most of it. Then skip bayless will climb to the mountain top and scream to the masses how he was right all along.

  29. glenne81 says: Feb 3, 2013 12:06 PM

    Give him to the Vikings. they have already shown that they keep athletes with no apparent regard for the position they play. (See: Joe Webb)

  30. donmcg2012 says: Feb 3, 2013 12:08 PM

    So the Jets refuse to use him and expect others to trade for him?? These clowns couldn’t operate a lemonade stand.

  31. ponder7vikings says: Feb 3, 2013 12:13 PM

    there is teams that could use him:

    Arizona
    Oakland
    KansasCity
    Buffalo
    Dallas
    Philly

  32. phinfan says: Feb 3, 2013 12:15 PM

    someone just needs to give the kid a chance. He’s been treated wrong since day one. And what has he done… oh yeah got a team to playoffs.

  33. daddyb1gdrawz says: Feb 3, 2013 12:21 PM

    On one hand I see their point. If there is no benefit to trading him before the new league season, why do it. On the other more rational appoach, it makes sense to cut our losses and move on. Everyone knew it was stupid to trade for Tebow last year. I did not think the Broncos would get anything for him last year.

  34. daknight93 says: Feb 3, 2013 12:26 PM

    unbelievable, Jets brass says he’s no good as a quarterback but have the nerve to try and trade him as tho he has value which he doesn’t is senseless…no other team wants him in a trade, just release Tebow..Good Grief!!

  35. vargavarga says: Feb 3, 2013 12:29 PM

    I recall last year steady Teddy has some interest in Tebow. Wouldn’t surprise me if they bring him in and use him as a RB/FB/ST.

  36. jagsfan1 says: Feb 3, 2013 12:29 PM

    He is not a FB or TE – he is a QB…

    Mark Sanchez
    Brandon Weeden
    Anyone in AZ
    Ryan Fitzpatrick
    Jake Locker
    Gabbert/Henne
    Matt Cassell/Brady Quinn
    Carson Palmer
    Michael Vick or new eagles dude
    Christian Ponder
    Josh Freeman
    I would take Tebow over every one of these mediocre to lousy qbs…that is 11 teams and 15 starting qb’s…all very average to flat out horrible.

  37. jjmurphy1127d says: Feb 3, 2013 12:29 PM

    Just a guess – Jets find no takers to trade him to. Then he gets released and he ends up with a traditionally winning team that has a strong locker room & smart/secure/innovative coach/coaching staff – like NE, Pitt, SF, etc. who turn him into a “swiss army knife” of sorts. McDaniels and Belichick both liked him in draft and JM drafted him in 1st.

  38. cubsisles72 says: Feb 3, 2013 12:30 PM

    Vikings, Chiefs, Bills, Browns, Titans, Jets, Raiders, Jaguars, Eagles, Bucs & Cardinals could all use him as their starting QB. What he did in Denver in 2011 was Awesome!

  39. mojosmagic says: Feb 3, 2013 12:33 PM

    This is still a guy who won two National Championship and led the Broncos to a 10 win regular season as well as winning a playoff game. The Jets had no idea how to use him. Chip Kelly might be able to put Tebow to good use in the read and react offense he will be incorporating in Philly. The Eagles are pretty much wide open at the QB position so why not let Tebow come in and compete.

  40. dolphandan says: Feb 3, 2013 12:39 PM

    John Elway 1st year starter numbers
    47.5 comp, 1,663 yards, 7 TD, 14 INT, 54.9 QB rating

    Steve Young year 2 numbers (like Tebow didn’t really play til year 2)
    53.7 comp, 2,282 yards, 8 TD, 13 INT, 65.5 QB rating

    Tim Tebow year 2 numbers (first year as starter)
    46.5 comp, 1,729 yards, 12 TD, 6 INT, 72.9 QB rating

  41. souldogdave says: Feb 3, 2013 12:40 PM

    I believe he is out of the league next season.

  42. brownspower says: Feb 3, 2013 12:44 PM

    There wasn’t much demand for him last year but things have changed a lot in the NFL since then. I think Tebow will have a few teams anxious to cash in on his skill as a QB.

  43. eastofmissball says: Feb 3, 2013 12:48 PM

    Tim, your an impact player as a person not a QB or other position. Your young, your passionate, your driven……. May sound crazy,, But the league could use some good young Coaches out there. Run with what you have. Players like you and respect you. Go after it, and show what your made of.

  44. hawkforlife says: Feb 3, 2013 12:51 PM

    @ gator2006

    “Hawks/Skins/Panthers/Eagles?”

    The problem with that theory is all 4 of those teams have a QB that can run but they can throw the ball and for the most part that’s the 1st option, throwing.

    Getting him as a backup only means you’re hoping for the best because he’ll never be able to throw the ball for any team. He’s not a rookie, everyone knows his limitations.

  45. lgwelsh1 says: Feb 3, 2013 12:55 PM

    Tim is an elite athlete, this guy is a beast. He is an incredible runner and there is no question he has a cannon for an arm. No character issues, work ethic and a drive to win.

    Some team will pick him up, I wouldn’t be the least surprised if he ended up in NE. Bill would know what to do with Tim.

  46. themackstrong says: Feb 3, 2013 12:58 PM

    So even if he never plays again, I think Tebow deserves some credit, not all of the credit, just some, for this wave of pistol/read option stuff that we’re seeing in the NFL. He’s helped revolutionize the NFL and that shouldn’t be overlooked.

    ——————————————–

    No disrespect meant but there was a mobile QB named Michael Vick was running read option plays in 2002 and a MVP candidate with his team leading the league in rushing because defenses had to pick who there were going to contain. Tim Tebow didn’t revolutionize anything. The fact he can’t hit the side of a barn in games with his passes in games and practice are the reason he isn’t worthy of even a 7th round trade.

  47. bobulated says: Feb 3, 2013 1:01 PM

    One of the teams that really thinks outside of the box on Offense will sign him, the Pats, the Niners, the Seahawks and now the Eagles might all be interested in at least bringing him to camp if he gets cut loose and they don’t have deal with his current contract.

  48. buckeye1nation says: Feb 3, 2013 1:02 PM

    Tebow over Freeman? Are you crazy? Freeman:4065 passing yards (9th in the league,more than Eli,Schaub and Flacco), 27 TD passes (T 7th, more than Eli, Schaub, Big Ben and Flacco) Plays of 20+ yards-55 (more than Rogers,Eli, Ryan and Schaub), and he led the league in plays of 40+ yards. No way I take Tebow over Freeman.

  49. bobzilla1001 says: Feb 3, 2013 1:10 PM

    Except in rare cases — Brady, Brees, Rodgers, Newton, Griffin, Kaeparnick and Manning — the team makes the quarterback, not the other way around…
    The 8-8 Broncos advanced to the 2011 postseason without a single significant win down the stretch. Once in the playoffs, they upset a 12-4 Steelers team that was closer to being an 8-8 team.
    Can we please get off this kick that Tebow was responsible for the Broncos extremely mild success in 2011?
    Keep in the mind that the Kyle Orton-quarterbacked Broncos got off to a 6-1 start in 2010.

  50. jwreck says: Feb 3, 2013 1:15 PM

    tjacks7 says: Feb 3, 2013 10:44 AM

    Yes because the best way to show another team that they should trade for him is to never use him. Even when you have one of the worst starting QBs in the league. And when your starting QB finally gets hurt and misses time, you play the 3rd stringer over him. I’m sure there will be a long line of teams ready to make a deal.
    _____________
    Man I hate when I want to make a comment but somebody says it all in the second post. That’s real selfish of you bro.

    That said, I could see New England as a potential landing spot for Timmy. That is, if he is actually is willing to do whatever is in his power to help the team; and is not just full of it, as his end of season whining seemed to indicate.

    While he would never give up a pick for Tebow; Belichick always seems capable of using athletic players in creative ways to maximize their utility and production. And whatever else you want to say about the guy, there is no question that Teebs is a great athlete. For the record, I’m not a Pats fan at all; this is just a universal truth that I feel like all NFL fans recognize. And at very least, Belichick will get the inside scoop on the Jets playbook.

  51. mantastic54 says: Feb 3, 2013 1:23 PM

    Regardless of what you think about Tebow, you can’t find another similar situation in NFL history: a young QB comes in and takes over a terrible, last place team, leads them to a division title & playoff win vs. the best D in the league (a game in which the QB acct for nearly 400 yds of total offense), and now, 16 starts in with a 9-7 record, he may get run out of the league. Unique, to say the least.

    He didn’t win a playoff game but Kyle Orton was in a similar situation in 2005.

  52. stampnhawk says: Feb 3, 2013 1:24 PM

    With guys like Smith and Flynn potentially available, the QB market is pretty soft.

    Teams also won’t want the circus that follows Tebow around (not his fault), and Tebow won’t want to go anywhere where he’ll be in the same position as he was in NY, unsure of a role.

    That said, I can’t imagine he’d have been more mishandled then he was in NY (blame the media and guys like Esaison still thinking he plays on the team, and those in the Jets listening to them instead of letting Tebow actually show what he can do)

    I am sure he’ll get a tryout assuming he gets released…Trestman helped prepare him in FLA a few years back, Philly has a college coach. This year with Wilson and Kaepernick, its proven there’s more then one way to play QB, so you get a coach and coaching staff to think out of the box a bit and use Tebow in the right situations, I think he can be effective…but again, with all the baggage that comes along with him, I am sure some teams are scared off simply to avoid that distraction.

  53. packerbackernj says: Feb 3, 2013 1:28 PM

    If hes serious about being a QB he better beg teams that could better develop him to take him in as their 2nd-3rd qb. I could see Ryan Mallett getting traded and Tebow reunites with McDaniels in New England. I could also see him as a backup in green bay. Put that boy through the QB camp and see what he comes out as. Ultimately no team will trade for him, that doesn’t mean no team will want him. This kid has tremendous upside, and when hes making league min, very very low risk. All it takes is one egotistical HC to think he can “fix him.”

  54. kgun80 says: Feb 3, 2013 1:33 PM

    It says a lot that Tebow couldn’t beat out Sanchez.. It speaks volumes

  55. metalhead65 says: Feb 3, 2013 1:35 PM

    if I were Tebow I would retire before I switched positions. he proved he could win in denver without the support of his coach and gm. all he needs is someone to give him a real shot and if they aren’t going to well they they know my number if I am him. he is better than half the backups in the league so why should he change.

  56. pastabelly says: Feb 3, 2013 1:37 PM

    5th tight end in Foxboro.

  57. jasonsoroski says: Feb 3, 2013 1:50 PM

    He didn’t complete many passes in NY, but he was 6-8, and one of those was a clear drop. Point being, he doesn’t turn the ball over. They are trying to trade him because they know this.

  58. jasonsoroski says: Feb 3, 2013 1:55 PM

    Not to mention . . . they must feel some interest from somewhere. Otherwise why bother?

  59. malvord13 says: Feb 3, 2013 2:00 PM

    Tebow for Alex smith straight up

  60. awareness18 says: Feb 3, 2013 2:18 PM

    Jets really screwed him on this deal. They brought him in only to sell tickets. That says a lot about how that organization is being run. Classless – but then again, who is really surprised when they hired Ryan as a coach? Apple doesn’t fall far from the rotton tree buddy boys.

  61. footballchic777 says: Feb 3, 2013 2:21 PM

    Trade Smith for Tebow. Tebow could back up Kaep, (same style) and Harbaugh could work with Tebow on passing, since he is a former QB and likes to throw in the practices. Both of these guys have gotten screwed. But I almost hate to send poor Smith to the Jets…..wouldn’t want any of my favorites having to land there right now.

  62. TheWizard says: Feb 3, 2013 2:32 PM

    I wouldn’t shovel dirt on his career just yet.

    Flutie got this treatment, too. All he did was win games but didn’t fit anybody’s prototype, so he got screwed. In Buffalo and his first New England tour.

  63. crappygovernment says: Feb 3, 2013 3:00 PM

    Unfairly getting rid of Tebow = financial suicide of the NFL with Christian fans!

  64. texanfan62 says: Feb 3, 2013 3:02 PM

    Yea, good luck trying to get any takers. I swear the Jets are smokin’ something over there; NOBODY is going to trade for him because they know the Jets are going to release him.

  65. mackie66 says: Feb 3, 2013 3:15 PM

    Ive never seen such a hate or bias for a player like I’ve see with Timbow. A great talent. The team who gives him some love will be hounded into getting rid of Tim like the Jets. Forgot Sanchez is their man, whos none nothing in 5 yrs,,,,,NOTHING. Florio, i bet you got to bed every night begging God for Tebows talent.

  66. orndorf2 says: Feb 3, 2013 3:49 PM

    Oh Canada we stand on guard for thee………. Don’t know if they can trade him there or if he can play at the Canadian level but its his best choice. Can’t throw…..guys ..he just can’t.

  67. jg725 says: Feb 3, 2013 3:59 PM

    It’s really a shame that the jets, with such a high-powered, explosive offense, can’t find a way to get tebow on the field.

  68. jprcox says: Feb 3, 2013 4:02 PM

    The Jets already placed a value on Tebow by how they treated him. Basicly, if Jets, who need a QB bad, wouldn’t play him since they throught he was that bad – why the HECK would anyone else see value in him?

    For marketing??? For the circus that comes to town? Jets made their bed on this, and now they will sleep in it. NO ONE WILL TRADE FOR TEBOW, but they will sign him to see if he can been a quality back-up.

  69. greenejoemean says: Feb 3, 2013 4:10 PM

    He would be the perfect back up QB in Pittsburgh. He could really improve their red zone offense. I am not saying that he could be Big Ben’s future replacement, but the Steelers need to get younger at backup QB until they find a real replacement for Ben when the time comes.

  70. darth71 says: Feb 3, 2013 4:56 PM

    Randall Cunningham , Steve Young , Steve McNair , Mcnabb , Vick all were doing before Tebow. But some fool on here gives Tebow the credit? Please shut all the way up.

  71. concernedcitizen001 says: Feb 3, 2013 5:04 PM

    For all of you that say that this team or that team should trade for him as a back up, don’t forget the divisiveness that comes with him when he starts with his “I’m a starting Quarterback” crap. And whether they believe it or not, you know the press would eat that up (just to stir the controversy). Before ANY team even considered trading for him, they would be smart to make clear who their starting QB is. Even then, I wouldn’t want to subject any team I follow to this circus.

  72. dt58 says: Feb 3, 2013 5:18 PM

    I agree that he got screwed in NY but the bottom line is that he can’t throw. Tough to be a QB in this league without that. Feel bad for the guy but also sick of hearing about him

  73. hawkforlife says: Feb 3, 2013 5:23 PM

    You people are delusional. Great talent! Play in Canada where all they do is throw the ball! Depend on him as your backup with the rate starters get injured! Named a hater just because we don’t agree he’s the next best thing to Wonder bread!

    It’s not a personal knock on him, he’s just not an NFL caliber QB.

  74. wolfiereasonedlife says: Feb 3, 2013 5:32 PM

    I find it amazing how much attention this circus gets. Why would any team want to bring in someone they know is a bad teammate?
    Are his 39 passing yards really that valuable?
    When Doug Flutie was stabbing the starting QB in the back at least he performed when he got his chance.
    Bottom line, if Tebow was an athiest, or a Muslim he’d be out of the league already. Judge him for his football skills.

    PS: To all those who say he’d be a probowl TE or FB. What makes you think that? Have you seen tons of game tape of him getting off the line after down blocking a DE then catching a pass or blowing up a LB on a blitz pick-up or do you just like how he looks with his shirt off?

  75. cometkazie says: Feb 3, 2013 5:36 PM

    I feel certain TT will have a lucrative career on the lecture/snake oil circuit when he gets out of football.

    He seems to be a nice kid, but there doesn’t seem to be a niche for a person with his skills/lack of skills in the NFL.

  76. silverdeer says: Feb 3, 2013 5:47 PM

    I was going to say that I would offer Titus Young straight up for Tebow, until I looked at the cap hits. With Tebow’s significant cap number, I can only say one thing about a trade….Good Luck!

  77. osage44 says: Feb 3, 2013 6:08 PM

    In December the Jets benched Sanchez and passed over Tebow to play the flat-out scrub Mcelroy. And now they think Tebow might have trade value? Have to be the dumbest team in the NFL.

  78. dt58 says: Feb 3, 2013 6:15 PM

    Fluties only knock was that he was short. He could throw the ball with power and accuracy with the best of them. To compare Tebow to Flutie is absurd

  79. TheWizard says: Feb 3, 2013 9:07 PM

    The similarity is in not fitting the prototype.

    Reading comprehension.

    It matters.

  80. dt58 says: Feb 3, 2013 10:05 PM

    You can’t say that everyone that doesn’t fit the prototype is like Flutie. Tebow can’t throw, Flutie can. The only similarity is the fact that they don’t fit that mold, that’s it.

    Able to think for yourself, very important

  81. jasonsoroski says: Feb 3, 2013 11:57 PM

    Watch the Cardinals. The new coach describes what he wants in a QB, and it basically describes Tebow:

    “That’s the grit,” Arians said. “When they step in a huddle, the other 10 guys, whatever comes out of his mouth, they believe is going to work. “That doesn’t mean he’s the most talented player in the world but a guy that has leadership, grit, he’s going to do whatever it takes for his football team to win, as tough as nails, that the guys will follow him into a fire.
    “That’s grit.”

  82. jasonsoroski says: Feb 3, 2013 11:59 PM

    What is going on here is that . . .

    A) Someone out there has already expressed interest, or

    B) The Jets want to continue screwing the guy by keeping him tied up until after teams are pretty much set.

  83. djp141 says: Feb 4, 2013 11:49 AM

    I’m not sure if the Redskins run the pistol with RGIII if Tebow didn’t show it can be done successfully in the NFL. Sure they still would have drafted RGIII but I think they would have tried to use him in a more traditional manner if they hadn’t already seen that the pistol/read option stuff could be successful in the NFL. Maybe Jim Harbaugh would have done it anyways with Kaepernick but I believe Jim was even more convinced that it could work in the NFL after seeing what Tebow did last year. Does Russell Wilson get to start over Matt Flynn if Pete Carroll doesn’t think the read option stuff can work in the NFL? I’m not sure.
    ====================================

    I’d put that more on Cam Newton than Tim Tebow. Even though the Broncos won games, they consistently struggled on offense. Newton & the Panthers showed that you could run the read option and still have a passing game. RG3 and the Redskins are just doing a better job of it right now.

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