It ended up being roughly as accurate as the average Tebow throw.
Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Buccaneers have no interest in acquiring Tebow.
For several reasons, the move would make sense. The quarterback position remains in flux over the long haul. Tickets aren’t selling, and Tebow would draw plenty of folks from Gainesville and Jacksonville to Tampa. Then there’s the fact that cornerback Darrelle Revis has raved about Tebow as a leader, along with coach Greg Schiano’s like-mindedness with Pats coach Bill Belichick, whom many think will be inclined to try to lure Tebow to Foxboro.
Regardless, it’s not happening in Tampa. Still, even if 31 teams say no, all it takes is one to say yes.