The Big Apple was really the Bad Apple for Tim Tebow. His connection with the New York Jets and possibly the city came to an end Monday when the Jets let him know his services would no longer be needed.
There are apparently many who deem the end of his NFL career has come with his departure from the New York team.
For a person that should be so non-controversial, Tebow has become a person that seems to bring out the ‘I told you so’ pundits from a bunch of so-called experts.
It does make one wonder that if his religious beliefs bother these people so much, just what is this country coming to?
I always felt and said that Tebow going to the Jets was possibly the worst scenario that could befall him. The Jets, like the city, are a circus. And any circus is full of animal dung.
To a lot of people’s consternation, Tim Tebow is still one of the greatest college quarterbacks ever. Tim Tebow still had one great NFL quarterback run in 2011 and Tim Tebow might yet, despite what those so-called experts think, become a reliable pro football player. You would think a franchise like Jacksonville would give the hometown hero a chance to become that reliable pro. It appears that franchise might be brain dead.
But no matter what happens, you can be assured of one