The Tim Tebow Show For More On Tim Tebow...Click Below! Through My Eyes Nathan Whitaker Through My Eyes: A Quarterback's Journey, Young Reader's Edition Tim Tebow "Tebow Time": The Biography of Tim Tebow Brody Anderson Growing Up Colt: A Father, a Son, a Life in Football Colt McCoy Tim Tebow has taken the NFL by storm the past couple weeks by being named the starter in Denver. He first lead Denver to a victory against the Dolphins in overtime. Tebow had a day of two stories, the first 3 quarters of the game he looked like the quarterback that everyone has been doubting by looking very ineffective and uncomfortable. Then came the 4th quarter and Tebow played great. He showed his poise and made great plays that all Tebow lovers knew he was capable of. He lead the Broncos to two late scoring drives to allow the Broncos to go to overtime. In overtime, Tebow looked good also by leading his Broncos on a drive to set up for the game winning field goal. He had a very useful day by providing fantasy owners with stats through the air and the always important rushing stats. He paid off the fantasy owners hoping to use him as a bye week fill in with possible upside the first week he was added. This week wasn't the same for the popular Tim Tebow. Tebow looked awful this Sunday against the Lions by providing the Lions with defensive touchdowns and reading the coverage wrong by missing open wide receivers and also throwing the ball inaccurately. The Broncos offense stalled constantly and the Lions continually pummeled the Broncos. Usually despite playing bad in "real" football, he can provide a usual stat line to fantasy owners with his rushing stats also added to usually his lower passing stats. There was nothing to be had this Sunday as Tebow's passing stats were minimal enough for fantasy owners not to enjoy his rushing yards. Tebow's obvious flaws and lack of NFL quarterback ability was shown full blown on Sunday. The result also showed his fantasy value, a pretty high floor because his rushing stats, and a very low ceiling. Basically, you know what you will usually get from Tebow in the fantasy football world and it is not enough to be a starting quarterback for your fantasy team week in and week out in all fantasy football formats. Tebow currently right now is uncertain if he will retain his starting position after his embarrassing performance this week, which only adds to the risk of Tim Tebow. From a fantasy perspective, steer clear from this Florida product with too much risk to justify his limited fantasy upside for your fantasy football team. For More On Tim Tebow...Click Below! Through My Eyes
Nathan Whitaker Through My Eyes: A Quarterback's Journey, Young Reader's Edition Tim Tebow "Tebow Time": The Biography of Tim Tebow Brody Anderson Growing Up Colt: A Father, a Son, a Life in Football Colt McCoy
Published on Jan 13, 2012
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